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My girls

Over the years I've worked in a few different salons, and at different events,  I've gained a tremendous amount of experience on the salon floor, working with colleagues, and different styles of management, some good and some not so good. 


The result being I try to look after my colleagues and clients all of the time. I worry and whittle about them like they are my own family.... Continuously.....
Whether they have been at Tip Top Hair Design for a month or for years,  
I take the salon atmosphere very seriously. 







This is the  result of my determination to have a friendly happy salon
and place to work, I think it shows in how our team work together and I really believe our clients sense this, how well we all get on is commented on often by our customers, we have so much fun together. We listen.
 I offer an open door policy with my girls, they  know that they can talk to me any day any time about anything, I try to listen, help and understand and laugh, lots of bosses can be far to serious, they are my friends and I hope that they think the same of me too. 
I'm the same with my clients, I try to help if they need it, whether its finding an upholsterer or keeping a look out for job opportunities.

I will always be there for them. 

They are my second family and I love them all. 

















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  1. I have no idea why there is a random yellow bit! I can't seem to get rid og it!

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  2. I love that you enter as a client and leave as a friend!

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    1. Me too, I've made some amazing friends over the years x

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