I've been a customer for decades. He's superb at stylish haircuts, and is always up for an interesting conversation (and I don't mean 'where are you going for your holidays'! type conversations!
Heinz had been cutting my hair for over 20 years. He is a wizzard with the razor and creates perfect layers in my long, fine, curly hair. He's accommodating when I ring up at the last minute and always a joy to see. No nonsense, no hard sell, just old fashioned charm. Just what we Chelsea ladies want!
Why do I keep returning to Heinz Schumi at various salons over four decades? Because he is totally excellent at what he does, of course. Always a most interesting and entertaining experience.
Mr Schumi offers excellent services. His salon is friendly, efficient and very welcoming. You do not stand on ceremony here, you are treated with immediate friendship and can discuss all your hair concerns with Heinz, he is a world renowned hairdresser, who now likes a quieter life in a more informal atmosphere but his cutting skills are truly magic, his brother Gregor is also an excellent cutter and stylist. They are both excellent for men and women, in fact, many famous stars and models can be found sitting chatting to them mist days. Natali is an excellent colourist and is so quick it is a pleasure unlike a lot of colourists who take forever to finish! You must try this small saloon and you won't regret it it may be the best move you ever made. 100 per cent recommended and I have been a customer for 13 years - and I have very difficult hair. - thin and curly but it looks fab . Just ring and go...
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Schumi has been cutting my hair for over 30 years,ever since he opened his first salon opposite where I lived in Yeoman's Row, Knightsbridge.Much has changed since then but my hair,expertly husbanded by Schumi ever since, has scarcely changed-apart from a few grey intruders.Not only is he a skilled expert in his craft, but he is also delightful company which makes the whole experience something one can look forward to.
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