ABOUT US

Salon Front Entrance

When Joan Denziloe opened her hair salon on the 16th November 1964 in Lindfield, she could never have suspected that her grand-daughter Maria would be repeating history on the very same day 45 years later.

But that is exactly what happened and – since 16th November 2009 – the Denziloe name is once again gracing the hair salon at 77 High Street.

Having inherited Joan’s passion for hairdressing, Maria has worked hard to give the hair salon a contemporary look whilst retaining a sense of the past – and what has been achieved is impressive. Joan herself is delighted that Maria has taken over and is thrilled to see Denziloe revived and ready to design hair for the 21st century.

As a family run business with a reputation for quality hairdressing in Lindfield, we are passionate about hair. We strive to offer the best to our clients with a talented team and extra special hairdressing service.

Starting with an in depth consultation, we will discuss your hair type, desired look, how you usually style your hair and the lifestyle you lead. Our aim is to help you look good all the time, not just when you leave the hair salon. That’s why we will show you how to look after and style your hair so you can recreate the same hair salon look at home.

To keep our exceptional standards, ongoing training for our stylists is essential. With fashions changing all the time, we always keep up with new trends to offer our clients the latest celebrity looks and colours.

Denziloe Team view

TEAM

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MARIA Manager

Maria is the salon manager leading and inspiring her team for peak performance.She first qualified in Level 2 hairdressing in 2005 and went on to complete Advanced Hairdressing Level 3 in 2006. In 2008 she trained and graduated as an assessor.

‘I am passionate about all aspects of hairdressing and have attended many different training courses throughout my career. I have worked with Inspiration Icons such as Patrick Cameron, Darren Ambrose and Akin Konizi, to name a few. I have always worked with Wella and I truly believe in their support an dedication to the Industry.
I believe in designing wearable hair styles that clients can maintain and recreate at home. Training is essential requirement in this industry to keep my team and myself performing at our best and to continue to be able to inspire. Knowing the rules allows you to break them, taking creativity to the next level’.

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STEPHANIE Senior Designer

Stephanie first qualified in NVQ Level 2 in 2006 and then NVQ Level 3 in 2010. She then graduated as an assessor in 2011. Stephanie is also our Nioxin Consultant, specialising in thinning hair.

‘I have attended many other courses throughout my career in hairdressing including Wella Creative Colour and Inspirational courses with many of the industries well known icons such as Marc Antoni and Daniel Ambrose. This has encouraged me and kept my knowledge fresh on current trends and given me the inspiration to take my clients styles to another level’.

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EMILY Designer

Emily qualified in NVQ level 2 in 2009 and then completed Advanced Hairdressing Level 3 in 2010 She went on to graduate as Wella Master Colour Expert in 2014 and is looking forward to her continued development.

‘My real passion in hairdressing is colouring, I love having the expertise to be creative. I also enjoy inspiring clients with my cutting and styling and relish in the challenge of prom and bridal hair. I feel hairdressing allows me to fully express myself. I have been inspired by the courses I have been on with Wella and at the Sassoon Academy in London’.

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JESS Stylist

Jess first qualified in VRQ Level 2 Women’s Hairdressing in 2015 and then went on to study Level 3 Women’s Hairdressing and VTCT Mens Barbering in 2016.

‘After taking a career break to raise children I decided that I would like to take a completely different direction and learn something new. Having always had an interest in hairdressing it seemed the natural choice for me. It was the right move as I now have a real passion and enthusiasm for all aspects of the industry and my thirst for knowledge is boundless.’