My first trip to Beauty and Melody, certainly did not disappoint. I was greeted with a warm and lively reception from the girls at the desk. I was seated with a whole host of interesting and glossy magazines to read and the added bonus of a tier of quality street style chocolates to whet my appetite. My hair appointment was taken by Artistic Director Mel, a gorgeous and vivacious girl in her late twenties who I took to instantly. She led me across the shabby chic interior and past an immaculately white piano (first time I’ve seen a piano in the middle of a salon, and if I’d had the time and the audience I would have sat and played a few tunes!) I hadn’t heard of the “organic” products before, though I am now tempted by them, considering the pungent and pleasant smell, and the finish they gave my hair, incredibly shiny and easily manageable. Mel was fairly swift with the cut and gave me one of the best blow dry’s I’ve had at a hair salon. My only criticism – whilst I was having my hair washed, there was a great deal of hoovering going on which disturbed the peace and leisure of having my hair intensely massaged by Mel. I realise that hoovering is unavoidable in the salon but, perhaps encourage staff to tidy whilst it is quieter. I will undoubtedly, go back to Beauty and Melody and to Mel, she was full of life, a very chatty Aussie and a skilled hair dresser. Keep up the good work!
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