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UK’s largest online beauty directory reaches a milestone

Never get a bad treatment again.

Finding your ideal salon or barber isn’t a walk in the park, a lot of factors go into a great experience; staff, cleanliness, price, result. If you pick the right one your life seems marvellous, unicorns and rainbows orbiting all around you. However, pick the wrong one and well…

We’ve all heard the horror stories; from hair falling out, to nails falling off, to wonky eyebrows.

Secret Salons has come to save the day, this top beauty directory site aims to make this journey easier for you. With an impressive list of 50,000 UK salons, spas and barbers accompanied with reviews, exclusive site offers and inspirational galleries, there is truly no beauty directory like it.

Using the site effectively will mean you will never need to receive a bad or unfairly priced beauty treatment again.

Where to find it and How to Use it?

You go to either ‘By Treatment’ or ‘By Salon’ once you do, a list of relevant businesses will appear, all you have to do is select the right one for you, check the reviews and book.

Exclusive Offers

Most salons on the site have uploaded exclusive offers you can only get through the site, you should still call and double check with the salons, to see if the offers are in date, always it’s a great way to save some coins.


Its Review section offers everyone the opportunity to post their experiences both good and bad without the comments getting removed by the salon.


Stuck on which nail shape to get, half head or full head of highlights? Secret salons have created plenty of galleries targeted to inspire you and help you find the look you’re searching for.

This online directory is truly making an imprint within the UK beauty industry, by creating an equal opportunity platform for all its salons, spas and grooming services across the UK, it gives consumers the choice to browse through all the available services. Instead of having to search aimlessly through google or any other search engine.

Test it out, for yourself, your partner or friends and let us know what you think.

David Lintott is a freelance journalist, covering culture, sport and society. He hails from the decaying seaside town of Eastbourne, which he considers the source of his world-weariness.

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