Supercuts


    Supercuts

    Supercuts is one of the largest chains of budget hairdressing salons in the UK which operates under franchise from the original company in the US. There are currently more than 120 salons in the United Kingdom and the key selling point of Supercuts is value for money – good quality cuts delivered at affordable prices. Whether you want a haircut, shampoo and cut, treatment or some colouring, Supercuts is the place to go for if you want something quick, efficient and cheap.

    Supercuts Opening Times And Salon Locations

    Cities and towns the UK over will have a Supercuts within their postcode catchment area, with London, in particular, having more than fifteen of them in total. Other cities will generally have a number of them but even major towns and some villages will have a branch situated locally. The Supercuts logo is about as big and bold as you can imagine which makes it easy to distinguish one of their salons on the high street.

    Supercuts opening times will roughly be the same for all their establishments, but these can differ on occasions. Generally speaking, customers will be able to get their hair done between 9AM and 5:30 PM from Monday to Saturday and between 10 AM and 4PM on Sundays. Obviously, Supercuts opening times will probably be cut on major holidays such as over Christmas, Easter and on bank holidays so it is always worth checking them out first before going for a haircut. To find out Supercuts opening times in your are then do not hesitate to use the seamless branch locator at opening-times.co.uk. This complementary tool lets users search for Supercut opening times in their area.

    5 Things You Didn’t Know About Supercuts

    Take a look at five facts about Supercuts that you might not have known previously:

    1. There are more than 2,400 Supercuts branches located around the world
    2. Supercuts in the UK is operating via a franchise agreement between Regent L.P and the Regis Corporation
    3. Supercuts was founded in the US by Geoffrey M. Rappaport and Frank E. Emmett in 1975
    4. Customers can also order hair products from their online store
    5. Supercuts know the financial struggles for many students so offers them a 10% discount

    Products and Services

    Supercuts offers customers the ability to walk in with no appointment needed and to have their hair cut, shampoo, styled, or coloured at a far more affordable cost compared to higher-end hair salons.  

    With the dry-cut service, the professional stylists at Supercut know all of the latest styles and will be able to give you that fresh new look that you have been searching for.  If you wanted something a little more extensive, you could go for a shampoo, conditioning and cut or even a branding-specific ‘Supercut’ which offers all of that plus the finishing touches of a blowdry. Whichever service you require, you can be certain of one thing, you will not be able to find the same quality anywhere near the same price at other salons.

    A Brief History

    Supercuts was first established in San Francisco in 1975 by Geoffrey M. Rappaport and Frank E. Emmett and their first store was opened in Albany. To this day that Supercuts branch is still open and has been joined by thousands more across the world. Over the next 20 years, they quickly attracted popularity due to their affordable prices and unisex approach and soon had more than 20 branches across the nation. Alongside those additional company-owned stores, they also added close to 500 more on franchise agreements with those wanting to use the Supercuts name. This mix of company-owned and franchise-owned stores has been a recipe for success, managing to survive the market struggles of the 1990s.

    Venturing into international territory, the UK was one of the first outside of America to buy into Supercuts franchises. There are more than 120 Supercuts in the United Kingdom with most of them being run as a franchise agreement. Anyone in the UK can apply to run their own Supercuts and due to a strong reputation for affordable haircuts and treatments, many are interested in using the name to bring in customers.

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