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The Original No Appointments Salon

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Julian Cutter’s Father Jon started his first salon in Sudbury, Suffolk in 1971.  This was the first modern salon to introduce a “no appointments” system.


Jon opened his second salon in Head Street, Halstead, Essex in 1982. This was even more revolutionary as it also included Ladies hairdressing. From then on, if you wanted your hair Cut, Coloured, Permed, Straightened or Put-Up, you could have it done on the same day without an appointment.


Julian has since taken over the Head Street salon and added another five, in Halstead, Braintree , Sudbury and Hadleigh.


Julian Cutter, based in the centre of Halstead was Julian’s second salon, it opened its doors in August 2000 accommodating seven hair stylists in a modern friendly air conditioned environment.


The next salon Julian opened was Headmasters in Coggeshall Road, Braintree. This modern salon differs slightly in that you can book, but an appointment is not always needed. Headmasters also has a Beautician on hand for all your Beauty requirements.


More recently Karl Lindekam in Gainsborough Street, Sudbury joined the group. This is a more traditional salon with separate areas for Men’s and Ladies hairdressing. This business was originally established in 1945 and is well known locally.


The next to join was Cutter & Co situated in the High Street, Hadleigh, Suffolk within a tastefully updated Grade II listed building, this is largest of the Julian Cutter chain offering six cutting stations. Like the other Salons, Cutter & Co operates on a no appointments basis, although if preferred, you can book in for a technical service such as colours or perms.


The latest addition is The Cutting Shed in Halstead. This cozy Salon offers both appointment or no appointment options, you choose!


Keeping things firmly in the family, Julian’s oldest daughter Abi joined the team as the third generation of Cutter to work in the business.


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