Top marks all round for Shropshire hair and beauty salon

This article is more than 3 years old. Please read this page keeping its age in mind.

Salon Ten are celebrating top marks in all areas from the nation’s top independent salon assessors.

The Salon Ten team - Nicky, Lianne and Emma. Bottom: Ashleigh and Jack
The Salon Ten team – Nicky, Lianne and Emma. Bottom: Ashleigh and Jack

The company has received recognition from the expert Good Salon Guide assessment team for Beauty, Salon, Extensions Artist and Colour Expert.

Every Good Salon Guide-recognised salon is assessed by a team of highly-trained professionals against a set of criteria that has been developed with the general public, industry and trade bodies. Salon Ten received the top five star rating for hair and beauty based on their staff’s training, qualifications and expertise.

Salon owner Nicky Macar said: “We are honoured to receive these top assessments which are testament to the hard work of the entire team. The five star rating is reserved for top-of-the-range hair and beauty salons with highly-qualified staff and a personalised service.

“New customers can be assured that when they visit a Good Salon Guide recognised salon, the stylists or beauty therapists are qualified and/or suitably experienced, giving you confidence in the service they are performing.”

The hair team were also proud to be awarded Colour Expert and Extensions Artist. These accolades are given to reassure customers who are looking for a top quality professional colour or hair extension service from a salon.

Nicky added: “Having your hair coloured or choosing extensions can be a major decision which you don’t want to leave to chance. These awards reassure clients that we are highly trained in the latest fashion hair colours and styles but that we value natural hair condition and a personal service above all else.

“Evidence of our qualifications, experience and suppliers were all thoroughly investigated.”

Jodie Withers, Good Salon Guide editor, said that the awards, which started in 1993, were created as a reaction to customers’ concerns about lack of training and assessment.

She said: “The Good Salon Guide is the only independent nationwide scheme for assessing professional standards and service within the hairdressing industry and has become the kitemark of quality for the public and hairdressing industry.

“Hairdressing salons are visited and objectively assessed by professionally trained inspectors against a set of strict criteria in the same way as the well-know AA or RAC hotel guides, to give the consumer confidence in their choice. All salons are reassessed annually.

“A Good Salon Guide rating shows that the salon has suitably trained and qualified staff, top quality products and aims to achieve and maintain the highest standards.”

Salon Ten is proud to work with The Good Salon Guide and will be displaying their five star logos with pride!

Shropshire Business News sponsored by...
Shropshire Live
Shropshire Live has been providing Shropshire with independent news and entertainment since 2009. Send us your news to interact@shropshirelive.com or call 01743 818 095. For advertising information call Fiona on 01743 816 817.
Advertise with us for £50 per week

Advertisement Feature

Full Fibre shares video depicting journey of bringing their fibre network to Shrewsbury

Broadband company Full Fibre has teamed up with a local production company to create a video showing their journey of building a real fibre optic network in Shrewsbury.

Have you future proofed your business?

Preparing your business for the future is as important as focussing on the here and now.
- Advertising -
Advertise with Shropshire Live for £50 per week
Have you seen missing Gavin Anderson from Oswestry?

Concerns grow for missing Oswestry man

Police are appealing for help to locate Gavin Anderson from Oswestry as concern grows for his welfare.
The Mere at Ellesmere. Photo: Shropshire Council

Visitors urged to respect the Shropshire countryside in new campaign

Shropshire Council is calling for visitors to the county’s beautiful countryside to be respectful so it can be protected for everyone to continue to enjoy.
Fireworks Background

Fire service underlines dangers of garden firework displays

Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service has today underlined the dangers of private firework displays after large-scale public events were cancelled due to coronavirus.
shrewsbury-town-badge-generic

Shrewsbury Town boss confirms that duo are out of favour

Shrewsbury Town boss Sam Ricketts has told BBC Radio Shropshire that Sean Goss and Donald Love are not in his plans.

Match Report: Shrewsbury Town 0 – 1 Bristol Rovers

Shrewsbury Town are left frustrated by a plucky Rovers outfit as they are unable to build on their weekend victory.

Match Preview: Shrewsbury Town V Bristol Rovers

Sam Ricketts will be looking to lead his side to back to back victories as Shrewsbury Town host Bristol Rovers on Tuesday evening.
- Advertising -
Shropshire Business Live TV

First broadcast of Shropshire Business Live TV airs

Shropshire's brand new business tv channel went live today with its first show.
Yasmin Sulaman, Marches Growth Hub Business Support Lead

Marches Growth Hub helps thousands of businesses during lockdown

Thousands of businesses have been given vital help during the coronavirus crisis by the Marches Growth Hub, new figures show.

Diversity call for Telford Business Board applications

A local business board is opening its doors to applications, as part of a proactive drive to best reflect the business community it serves.
Pictured with some of the first sheep, husband and wife Adrienne and Dave Taylor. Adrienne runs the Dabberhashery in Wellington Market and Dave owns Saturday Cycles in the town.

Wellington residents flocking to sheep project

Residents of Wellington are flocking to support a new project which is encouraging them to get creative and visit their local High Street.
Kirsty Smallman, director at J&PR, and Chris Pettman, chairman of FOTTP

Voluntary group for award winning Telford Town Park gardens wins support from new sponsor

A voluntary group working to promote, conserve and protect the award winning Telford Town Park has scooped the support of a new sponsor.
Nature inspired knitted creations are on display for Woollen Woods at Attingham Park. Photo: National Trust/Jayne Gough

Tree-mendous visits to be made at Attingham this autumn

Visitors to Attingham Park, the National Trust property on the outskirts of Shrewsbury are being encouraged to enjoy a Tree-mendous visit and enjoy the great outdoors this autumn.
- Advertising -
RAF Cosford Wellington restore

Open week will let visitors see aircraft conservation work at Cosford

Visitors to the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford will have the opportunity to look behind the scenes as the doors open to the Conservation Centre this November.
Halloween online Ghost walk Ludlow

Online ghost walk through the streets of Ludlow

This Halloween explore the streets of Ludlow with an online ghost walk featuring Shropshire tales and tunes.
dudmaston hall half term

Half term outdoor adventures at Dudmaston

Families can look forward to a week of outdoors adventures at a National Trust property in Shropshire this October Half term.
Poppy Evans tries out her baking skills ahead of the community bake off

Hunt on for Shropshire’s very own star baker

The hunt is on for Shropshire's very own home star baker as Hope House children’s hospice launches its Eat Cake Week.
Al Sorriso, which is run by husband and wife team Luciana Palmieri and Mark Smith, has emerged from Covid-19 with exciting plans to become a destination dining venue

Albrighton restaurant celebrates first birthday after completing a £30,000 investment

A family-run restaurant in Albrighton is celebrating its first birthday in style after completing a £30,000 investment drive that has created an outside courtyard area, a brand refresh and the launch of an exciting new menu.
Jon and Peggy plant Black Poplar trees in the forest around the roastery in south Shropshire

Shropshire coffee company furthers its green credentials

A Shropshire-based coffee company is making a positive environmental impact not only with its packaging and ‘off-grid’ roastery but also a tree planting scheme.
- Advertisment -

Advertisement Feature

Weather

Shropshire
scattered clouds
9.5 ° C
10 °
8.3 °
71 %
3.6kmh
40 %
Thu
8 °
Fri
10 °
Sat
14 °
Sun
12 °
Mon
11 °
- Advertisment -
- Advertisment -

Latest Articles

- Advertisment -