Friday, 13 January 2017

HM Hairdressing Launch Night


On Wednesday, I attended the grand opening of HM Hairdressing in Calne, Wiltshire.

This cute hairdressers is located on Wood Street and has such a warm feeling as you walk in. There were candles lit around the reception area and in the waiting area too.

The waiting area has a few black armchairs surrounding a coffee table. As well as two shelving units full of the amazing Aveda products that the salon are fortunate to use!


I was greeted by the hairdressers and by Azaria who is doing social media for the hair salon and who invited me along to the opening. 

After some chatting to the hairdressers, Azaria and Helen the owner of HM Hairdressing, I was treated to a Head, Neck and Shoulders massage, which I honestly needed after the week I've had! They used a selection of oils which you select one and take 3 deep breaths and suddenly you are more relaxed than ever. Mind had a slight lavender scent, not something I would normally go for but it smelt so good. This massage is a complimentary part of a cut and blow dry at the salon. As someone who works in retail, customer service is a big thing for me and this is top notch customer service. I was also treated to a hand massage, which was really great as well! The hand massage is complimentary with any colour treatment.


HM Hairdressing works with a whole range of Aveda products. I can only imagine having their products used on my hair for a cut and blow dry.

Thank you so much to Azaria and Helen for inviting me to the launch night! You can check out their website here and find detail on the owner and hairdressers and also a price list. Don't forget to check them out on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram too.

Stay tuned for another collaboration post with HM Hairdressing coming soon!


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