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The Best Hairdressers in Oxford

The Best Hairdressers in Oxford

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Looking for the best hairdressers in Oxford? 

Whether you’re after a total hair makeover (post-break-up bangs are never a good idea, FYI), a stylist who can work with your natural curl pattern, or are just in desperate need of a trim, Oxford is home to some of the best hair salons in the UK. 

Don’t believe us? Check these out…

Best Hairdressers in Oxford 

Mahogany Hairdressing

Super-stylish Mahogany Hairdressing boasts not one, but two brilliant hair salons in Oxford. 

They offer a wide range of services, from a classic cut and finish to a full head of colour, balayage, and toning treatments. Add on the intensive conditioning treatment for just £15 and you’ll also get an Indian Head Massage thrown in for good measure.

While their prices might be on the higher end of the scale (read: eye-wateringly spenny), their team is made up of the excellent International Creative Director Colin Greaney and Anthony Licata, the UK Creative Director, alongside an equally-talented team of junior and senior stylists. 

PS. If you are lucky enough to be blessed with youth, they offer a generous 20% student discount.

Address: 5 Turl Street, OX1 3DQ; 30 Little Clarendon Street, OX1 2HU

Zaneta Lichnova

Since starting her career as a hairdresser in Prague over 15 years ago, Zaneta Lichnova has worked in multiple countries across the globe, finally settling in Oxford to open up this beautiful hair shop. 

This hairdressers on Cowley Road Oxford offers haircare for all genders – their prices are decent and they offer a variety of classic (and some more uniquely modern) services. 

Whether you’re just popping in for a trim or want to plan your dream bridal hair, the team is on hand to create a masterpiece.

Oh, and keep your eyes peeled for Zaneta’s pooch Noah – he likes to keep your feet warm as you’re pampered and preened.

Address: 181 Cowley Rd, Oxford OX4 1UT

Anne Veck

Known for her eye-catching work, Anne Veck is one of the UK’s top hairdressers and stylists.

If you’re looking for a style that really wows, there’s no better Oxford hair salon than Anne’s – they offer high-quality extensions and treatments, and even have a dedicated wedding team to help you feel beautiful on your big day.

Anne’s salon also caters to those with an Afro-Caribbean hair type and is fully stocked with an entire range of Avlon products to enhance your natural texture or even relax your curls. 

If you manage to book in with Anne (it’s a task), rest assured you’re being pampered by the best hairdresser Oxford boasts.

Address: 33 St Clement’s St, Oxford OX4 1AB 

Popham Hairdressing

Small Oxford salon chain Popham has a real focus on client satisfaction – allotting plenty of time for a six-step consultation so they can give you the hair of your dreams. 

Whether you’re after Matilda Djerf’s dreamy bangs (yes please) or a choppy pixie cut à la Halle Berry, Popham’s incredible team of stylists won’t let you leave until you’re completely satisfied.  

All three locations are equally brilliant, though we’re huge fans of the Jericho location – grab yourself a coffee nearby and then head for a pamper session. 

Addresses: 1 North Parade Avenue, Oxford OX2 6LX; 1 Prama House, 267 Banbury Road, Summertown, Oxford OX2 7HT; 24 Little Clarendon Street, Oxford OX1 2HU

Gracie J’s Hair

Situated on the outskirts of the city, Gracie J’s is the best hairdressers in Headington, Oxford. 

The adorable salon is the epitome of homely; fairly small and decorated with rustic furniture and garish wallpaper. The stylists work with both men and women, offering everything from trims to total restyles – in fact, a dramatic transformation is stylist Tanya’s specialty.

Both Tanya and Diane have over 50 years of experience combined – in other words, your tresses are in safe hands.

Address: 44 Downside Road, Risinghurst, Headington, Oxford, OX3 8HR

Studio E Hair

If you’re looking for the latest trendy haircut, Studio E’s young and vibrant team will be able to sort you right out. 

Located in Headington, Emily first opened up her own studio a couple of years ago, after spending 10 years cutting her teeth at some of the other brilliant salons across Oxford. And this contemporary studio is the stunning result.

Services on offer span restyles, keratin treatments, full colours, and balayage, among plenty of other treatments.

Address: 489 Marston Road, Oxford, OX3 0JQ

Boss Chic

Looking for afro Caribbean hairdressers in Oxford? Specialising in textured and European hair, Boss Chic is a cool hairdresser and cosmetic shop in Cowley

Stocking a huge range of black hair products (by black-owned businesses), you’ll be able to find everything from nourishing shampoos to combs and hairbands. 

The talented stylists offer treatments, styling, braids – in fact, get in touch and they’ll endeavour to help you with anything you need to feel fabulous. 

Address: Unit 2, 59 Cowley Rd, Oxford OX4 1HR

Brothers

Despite the name, Brothers is one of best unisex salons in Oxfordshire. 

The hairdressers have partnered with Aveda to only bring cruelty-free, natural products into their salon (this includes the use of wind-powered energy during the manufacturing process, in case you were wondering).

With salons in Thame and Marlow, they run one of the top apprenticeship academies in the UK, so their never-ending roster of hairstylist talent is trained by some of the best in the biz – particularly reassuring if you’re looking to save some cash and don’t mind an apprentice giving you the chop.

Address: 57 High St, Oxford OX1 4AS

Practical Tips for Booking Hairdressers in Oxford 

  • If you’re looking to save money, salons will tier their pricing depending on the skill level of the hairdresser – opting for a junior stylist (especially if you’re only after a trim) can often half the cost. Also, keep your eyes peeled for student discounts and training days.

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