Regis located at Browns Ltd, Davygate, Corner, York YO1 8QT, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01904 623003

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Jonathan Cornell

5 Google Rating

Jade did a fantastic job with my hair. Friendly service! Wouldn't go anywhere else!

5/ 5

Jade did a fantastic job with my hair. Friendly service! Wouldn't go anywhere else!

Andrew Talbot

1 Google Rating

Bought some faulty ghds from regis online for my girlfriend birthday so asked for a refund in store

1/ 5

Bought some faulty ghds from regis online for my girlfriend birthday so asked for a refund in store to find out that they non refundable, also gave my wrong number for main office in leeds not happy

Annie Lester

5 Google Rating

5/ 5

Lindsay Walter

4 Google Rating

My cut felt very rushed, dashing through the scissor work, not a relaxing experience. The stylist us

4/ 5

My cut felt very rushed, dashing through the scissor work, not a relaxing experience. The stylist used thinning scissors rather than cutting into the hair to thin it, even though she had assured me on my previous (and first) visit that thinning scissors were never used. A bit of a disappointing experience, although a pleasant enough restyle.

Christine Stuart

5 Google Rating

My last trim was before the lock down but I was impressed how well my hair had stayed looking good.

5/ 5

My last trim was before the lock down but I was impressed how well my hair had stayed looking good. A tribute to Karen who is an excellent stylist. The Covid regulations had been followed by the salon, so felt very safe and again Karen gave me an excellent cut.

Geraldine Casswell

5 Google Rating

I have been to this salon before but not for awhile given the virus issues. I had an excellent pedic

5/ 5

I have been to this salon before but not for awhile given the virus issues. I had an excellent pedicure with a new beautician who was great. Will definitely be going again!

Bożena Biega

5 Google Rating

Karon is the best hairdresser, very professional and full of ideas.

5/ 5

Karon is the best hairdresser, very professional and full of ideas.

Mary Higgins

5 Google Rating

The hairdresser is brilliant, Karen is brilliant lady. I been there for 9 years.

5/ 5

The hairdresser is brilliant, Karen is brilliant lady. I been there for 9 years.

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  • Saturday09:00 - 18:00

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