Just Cuts is for all the family

Just Cuts Nightingale Court, Maed Vale Vicki Fox and Nicki Williams.

Just Cuts Nightingale Court, Maed Vale Vicki Fox and Nicki Williams. - Credit: Archant

A MOTHER-OF-TWO has opened the doors to her own family barber shop, providing the ‘no-appointments’ service she has searched for.

Just Cuts Nightingale Court, Maed Vale Vicki Fox and Nicki Williams.

Just Cuts Nightingale Court, Maed Vale Vicki Fox and Nicki Williams. - Credit: Archant

Vicki Fox, of Locking Castle, opened Just Cuts in Nightingale Close, Mead Vale, on January 13 after searching for the perfect spot.

Just Cuts Nightingale Court, Maed Vale Vicki Fox and Nicki Williams.

Just Cuts Nightingale Court, Maed Vale Vicki Fox and Nicki Williams. - Credit: Archant

The professional hairdresser said she wanted to ‘do something different’ in the area and combine ladies hairdressing with a barber service, which people could get by simply walking through the door.

Vicki, aged 32, said: “Just Cuts is just that, there are no perms or colours and people can just come in without an appointment and have a haircut or a trim. This is also something I would want and look for.

“I don’t like making appointments, if you have commitments or your children are ill it can be very difficult to keep.”


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The family barber shop offers a service, with the help of Vicki’s part-time hairdresser Nicki Williams, to all ages.

It also holds a toy car seat which keeps youngsters entertained while getting a trim.

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Vicki said: “I had thought about the idea for three years and wanted to do something different.

“We were looking around at different places to open and my daughter goes to Mead Vale Primary School and it seemed a good location with parking facilities.

“A unit became available and we thought let’s grab it now.

“When I left school I worked in a salon for a number of years and when I left there I worked in a barber shop and got more experience in barbering.

“Then I thought I am qualified to do both, so let’s start doing it and I get a lot of support from my partner and my family.”

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