16 May How my Pop Up Salon works
One of the reasons I started Cool Kids Hair was I found myself being in demand for kids hair cuts in my village where I live. I’m a mobile hairdresser with 3 kids of my own so my time was limited. I decided to dedicate two maybe three days every school holiday to cutting the kids’ hair that I couldn’t get round to during term time.
Obviously this wasn’t going to suit everybody but it certainly suited me and it also meant I could still offer the kids’ service, (which I didn’t want to give up) and now I find myself booked up every time I open the bookings!So
You might ask why I don’t do it on a Saturday, and yes I would, but I also do wedding hair and make-up for bride’s which is almost always on a Saturday!
So at the moment, I work in my local village ie I serve my local village and the children that generally live there. I find a venue that’s suitable to set up in and along I go with a hairdressing chair, trolley, desk, stool and all the necessary bits to run a day of cutting children’s hair. To date I’ve used a wooden cabin in the back courtyard of a lovely cafe/home shop, a friend’s outhouse in her garden, the local cricket clubhouse and most recently a fab room at Washbrooks Family Farm which is just down the road from me!
It’s not confirmed yet but I have thought about taking the Kids Cuts Days ‘on the road’ to nearby villages but we’ll see what happens with that – I’ll be sure to keep you updated with any news!
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