Define your style

At Sally Montague Hair Group we’re fanatical about your hair, whether it’s curly, long or cropped we just love providing you with style inspiration and premium after care to create a truly personalised look. Our stylists are expertly trained to cut and style your hair in a way that fits your lifestyle and your features. Trust them to analyse your face shape and hair type to cut your hair in a way that suits you. 



Expert advice

As a L'Oreal Professionnel Portfolio salon recognised for our continuous hairdressing training, you can be assured of on-trend haircare advice and styling that ensure you leave with a tailored look that suits your style. Our award-winning team represent the salon group each season at London Fashion Week, working tirelessly backstage before bringing the latest catwalk trends back to the salon. From working on L'Oreal Professionnel International trend collections to styling hair for Vogue photo-shoots, our styling know-how is second to none.




Many of our guests enjoy regular blowdries, it’s the perfect solution if you’re short of time or have difficult hair that you simply struggle to style yourself. Here’s our tips on how to prolong your blow-dry:

1. Use a scrunchie or an Invisibobble  – Tie your hair out of your way without creating the dreaded ponytail kink, simply twist your hair into a chignon and secure it on the crown of your head with a scrunchie when you’re at home.

2.Invest in a silk pillowcase – It will allow your hair to move freely while you’re sleeping so you can avoid flattening the volume

3.Stop touching your tresses – Try not to run your fingers through your hair. It will increase stimulation to your scalp and cause it to produce unwanted oils.

4. Embrace bed head hair –Tip your head upside down and shake it with your fingertips, then use some of the L’Oreal Professionel ‘Crepage De Chignon’ for a matte, model-off-duty finish.


Kathy, Stylist at the Duffield salon, worked backstage at the Victoria and Albert Museum for the new-romantic inspired Preen by Thornton Bregazzi show where textured braids were woven with fabric.