Hi! I just moved to Brussels and I am looking for good English-speaking hairdresser and colorist. Any recommendations? :)
Hi, "Semeraro Maison de coiffure" next to place Stéphanie is great for expats. Emmanuel, the colorist is brilliant and fluent in English. Laurent, the owner worked for several years in a high end salon in London. Their salon is gorgeous!! 02/514 28 58
If you take the tram 44 from Montgomery towards Tervuren, then at Quatre Bras there is an excellent salon https://www.laurentpatrick.com
I would highly recommend "BLOW" for many reasons for expats: staff, atmosphere, service but most of all the results! I have my hair cut by Russell and color by Derry, super team! Definitely in good hands! They have 2 salons, one in Etterbeek and one in Schumann: 02 734 0800, email@example.com
TONI&GUY Sablon are my choice. The best in town. Very professional and friendly. I go to Rady for my cut for many years. He is fluent in English, French, Duch.
DO NOT GO TO "BLOW": THEY WILL RUIN YOUR HAIR. The WORST experience I have ever had at a hair salon. I went in asking for a touch up of my very natural blonde balayage, the colorist was so slow that left me with stripes all over my head - the one thing I specifically said to strongly dislike. Completely incapable of handling curly hair, after 4h and EUR 200 she made me walk out with wet hair. The next day I went back for a toner to fix the disaster, they turned me into a brunette, never been so dark in my life. Attempt no. 3 brought me to an orange shade that is disgusting but at that point was so scared for the health of my hair that I left the salon after having brushed and blowdried my own hair. There was no way of talking to the person responsible until much later when I was promised to a full reimbursement and that she would call me back to fix an appointment. I never got a call back, I myself called back for a week and the person was always 'so busy' to take my calls. I hate my hair, wasted my time & money, was treated so unrespectfully and unprofessionally, NEVER AGAIN.
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