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All Just Cuts UK salons planning to open on July 4

22 Jun 2020
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All Just Cuts UK salons planning to open on July 4

Just Cuts plan to open all UK salons on July 4th in line with UK government restrictions lifting for hair and beauty businesses.

Founder and Managing Director Denis McFadden says all Just Cuts salons remain committed to stopping the spread of COVID-19 by following essential health guidelines and observing strict social distancing measures.

All salons will resume operating under the ‘No appointments, just come in’ promise for the convenience of clients, who can download the free Just Cuts app to view their local salon queue time on a smartphone and reserve a spot, and receive an SMS when they are next in line.

All recommended additional COVID-19 hygiene steps will be taken including additional cleaning, sanitising each styling station and tools before and after each client, and regular use of hand sanitiser.

Quotes attributable to Just Cuts Founder and Managing Director Denis McFadden

We’re excited to hopefully be back in business for our UK clients and stylists from July 4, which marks an important milestone in the “return to normal” as restrictions on hair and beauty begin to ease.

As a Just Cuts client you don’t need to take any risks with your health or your hair. Contactless payments and our free Just Cuts app creates a safe, smooth and swift visit, and all our quality Style Cuts are backed by a 7 day guarantee – we’re still committed to stopping bad hair days.

Our stylists know from the multiple calls and emails they’re been receiving that there are so many Brits keen to get their COVID hair sorted, and we’re thrilled to be able to help once more from July 4!

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LJ Loch 0488 038 555 or ljloch@alphaconsulting.global

 

More about Just Cuts

Just Cuts is an Australian hairdressing franchise that bridges the gap between a barber and a high end hair salon. With salons in every state of Australia, on both the North and South islands New Zealand and the United Kingdom, it is the largest hairdressing company in the Southern Hemisphere. Based on a fixed price, no appointment system, Just Cuts offers clients affordable haircuts from fully qualified hairdressers and performs over 100,000 Style Cut cuts per week across Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom

Celebrating 30 years in 2020, Just Cuts was the brainchild of Denis McFadden, who turned a simple idea into a business concept that would change the hairdressing industry forever. McFadden ran his first ever “no appointment, $6 Style Cut” promotion at his humble Sydney salon, receiving an outstanding response from clients. It was on this basic fixed price initiative that the idea of Just Cuts was born. The following year, the inaugural Just Cuts salon opened its door to the public. And in 1990, the first Just Cuts franchise opened in the suburb of Engadine, in the south of Sydney, New South Wales. Our brand has continued to expand ever since, with over 220 locations across Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.

In 2013, Just Cuts launched JUSTICE Professional – a range of salon quality haircare and styling products available exclusively in all our salons at a competitive, affordable price. The JUSTICE Professional line has something for everyone, including everyday shampoos and conditioners, anti-dandruff and dry scalp treatments, toning products, nourishing leave-in treatments and a range of hair styling waxes and sprays.


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