Johnno's celebrating 25 years of business in Northwich

We are currently closed, but you can still book an appointment
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Complementary hot drink
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35 YEARS EXPERIENCE

Johnson Hair Salon

Johnson gentlemen's hair salon which is also known locally as Johnno's  was established in October 1997 by Paul Johnson. We have some amazing clients whom we have served since the beginning and still do so. We are located at the rear of the new Waitrose store approximately 500 yards from the River Weaver Hayhurst Bridge.

OPENING TIMES

Opening Times and holidays

Monday9:00 AM — 5:30 PM
Tuesday9:00 AM — 5:30 PM
WednesdayClosed
Thursday9:00 AM — 5:30 PM
Friday9:00 AM — 5:30 PM
Saturday8:30 AM — 3:15 PM
SundayClosed
Sorry, we're closed
SERVICES

Relax, have a drink & hair cut

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STAFF

Meet the team

Paul Johnson
Paul Johnson is a Master craftsman, founder and Senior stylist at Johnson with over 30 years of gent’s hairstyling experience under his belt. United through and through but far from one-eyed. Always the Joker.
Lee
Lee is a very popular senior stylist. Lee started with Paul when the Salon opened back in 1997. He loves playing golf, cycling and following Everton and Wazza Wolves. Specialist with all hair types. Loves his food.
Joel
Family man, great all round stylist that loves fishing, walking his dogs and whistling. styles himself on Captain Chaos.
Jill
Jill is a fun loving says it as it is girl, very hard working senior stylist. She has been involved with wine tasting for the majority of her days (and nights) and is an avid Liverpool fan.
Dawn
Dawn has been involved in gents hair styling for over 35 years. With this experience when it comes to cutting mens hair there are not many styles she can’t master.
Lucy
Lucy is the versatile stylist. She loves attention to detail and also caters for Ladies hairstyling. She has a great sense of humour which adds to her other incredible assets.

Celebrating 35 Years of hairdressing

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