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Anyone been to Jigami in Soho? Or can recommend another natural/organic salon?

(9 Posts)
BeckyBook Wed 30-Dec-09 17:00:45

I've been looking on Jigami's website and it looks great, but would love to hear some feedback, or even a recommendation for a particular stylist. I need a new hairstyle, haven't really settled on a hairdresser since moving to London, and would much prefer an organic/natural hair salon.
Anyone know of a place with reliable stylists where they don't use hair products containing carcinogens (sulphates, parabens etc.), preferably central or north London? Not fussed about price - I realise that good hairdressers don't come cheap sad

BeckyBook Sun 03-Jan-10 20:55:51

Sooo..... nobody's into organic/natural hairdressing?

kdk Mon 04-Jan-10 10:01:11

Only ones I know are Daniel Field in Crouch End and Aveda - there's also quite a few salons that use Aveda or MOP products. I go to Holistic in Muswell Hill which uses mainly Aveda. HTH.

bunjies Sat 04-Sep-10 11:28:50

Bumping in case anyone has anything to add as also prefer natural products.

moragbellingham Sat 04-Sep-10 12:27:35

I was going to say Holistic too. They have another branch in West Hampstead.

MissWooWoo Sat 04-Sep-10 12:32:25

I went to jigami, soho about 4 years ago when I was 30 weeks pregnant. I had a cut and lowlights, was in there for about 5 hours (shoulder length hair). It looked nice, they did a good job but of course it was incredibly expensive and I went as a "treat". The salon itself is nothing to rave about but then that was a few years ago.

SevenAgainstThebes Sat 04-Sep-10 15:27:31

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bunjies Tue 07-Sep-10 09:25:10

Thanks for the replies. I think I may give them a try.

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