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Blue Peacock

The Blue Peacock is a boutique hair salon; a haven of peace within the eclectic, vibrant and multi-cultural South London neighbourhood of Brixton.

The Blue Peacock is a boutique hair salon; a haven of peace within the eclectic, vibrant and multi-cultural South London neighbourhood of Brixton.

Headed by Carlos Martin, a skilled craftsman who started his career more than 25 years ago, the Blue Peacock reflects his own personal values: independence, creativeness and attention to detail.

The salon is designed to stimulate the five senses. The antique furniture, together with beautiful plants and bouquets of flowers, give the salon a fresh touch, creating a rustic yet chic atmosphere, inviting clients to relax as soon as they step inside.

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The Blue Peacock opened last August to fulfil Carlos’s ideal of hairdressing: a dedicated service provided in a trendy and calming environment. He gives clients all the time and attention they require, going on to build meaningful relationships with them.

From stylish cuts to perfect colouring and more complex hair treatments, at the Blue Peacock having your hair dressed makes you look good – and feel good.

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Opening Hours:
Mon – Fri: 10am – 7pm
*Open late every Thursday until 9pm
Saturday : 9am – 3pm
Sunday : Closed

Blue Peacock
334A Coldharbour Lane
Brixton
 SW9 8QH
020 3490 0528
hello@bluepeacockhair.com
www.bluepeacockhair.com

Credits

  • Text Carmen Espinosa
  • Images Ana Escobar

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