Headmasters located at 191 Linacre Rd, Bootle, Liverpool L21 8JS, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0151 944 1116

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Juliet Jarman

5 Google Rating

Great hairdressers sorted my hair fantastic and my daughter is very happy to with what she had done

5/ 5

Great hairdressers sorted my hair fantastic and my daughter is very happy to with what she had done I won't go anywhere else now

Joan Porter

5 Google Rating

Very good staff very pleasant and chatty

5/ 5

Very good staff very pleasant and chatty

Margaret Langton

5 Google Rating

Love this salon. Great atmosphere. Kate always does a fatastic job

5/ 5

Love this salon. Great atmosphere. Kate always does a fatastic job

Louise Emerson

5 Google Rating

Brilliant service at Headmasters! Kate and the rest of the ladies are lovely, so welcoming and frien

5/ 5

Brilliant service at Headmasters! Kate and the rest of the ladies are lovely, so welcoming and friendly and they really make you feel relaxed and comfortable! Kate done my cut and colour (dark chocolate brown) and a long bob with a side fringe! Love it, can't wait to go back to get my roots done at the start of March :)

alin adrian scortari

5 Google Rating

Ok

5/ 5

Ok

Donna Rooney

5 Google Rating

Very welcome to all new customers staff are lovely ☺️

5/ 5

Very welcome to all new customers staff are lovely ☺️

Linda Martin

4 Google Rating

Love getting my hair done here by Carly. It's taken a long time for me to find a hairdresser thst li

4/ 5

Love getting my hair done here by Carly. It's taken a long time for me to find a hairdresser thst listens to what I want instead of them doing their own thing. It's always a nice atmosphere too.

Nicola Orme

5 Google Rating

Sue done an amazing job as always xx

5/ 5

Sue done an amazing job as always xx

Vanessa Callan

5 Google Rating

Friendly and welcoming staff great customer service aswell

5/ 5

Friendly and welcoming staff great customer service aswell

Carol Brooks

5 Google Rating

Excellent as always

5/ 5

Excellent as always

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  • Sunday09:00 - 16:00
  • Monday09:00 - 17:00
  • Tuesday09:00 - 17:00
  • Wednesday09:00 - 17:00
  • Thursday09:00 - 19:00
  • Friday09:00 - 19:00
  • Saturday09:00 - 19:00

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