Hair salon celebrates 20 years thanks to their loyal customers
Reflections staff enjoying the celebrations (inset) owner Jackie Winder and husband Paul

Hair salon celebrates 20 years thanks to their loyal customers

A SALON, that is 20 years in business this year, celebrated another milestone at their Tallaght premises.

On Sunday, August 28, Reflections Hair Salon celebrated 20 years of business in Aylesbury Shopping Centre, Tallaght.

The family-owned business first opened its doors on Muckross Avenue in Perrystown in 1992, before making the move to Aylesbury in 2002.

The owners, Jackie and Paul Winder, have worked tirelessly for over 20 years to ensure the success of the local, bustling, and community-oriented salon, and renovated the Aylesbury salon in 2016.

Since 2002, Reflections Hair Salon has catered to clients of all ages – offering an array of services, including colouring, perming, styling, and high-quality blowdrys.

“Like many small Irish businesses, the salon was hit hard by the recession and the recent covid pandemic, but with the dedication of great staff and the loyalty of their clientele the salon has been able to get back on track and continues to provide excellent services and a welcoming atmosphere for all clients,” Jackie told The Echo.

Jackie and Paul have seen customers, clients and staff members come and go over the years, but they are especially proud of how the salon is performing at the moment and the team they are working with.

Reflections Hair Salon is led by manager and stylist Carol Dunne, and includes stylists, Audrey, Casey, and Mandy, trainees, Courtney, Jake, and Niamh, and their always welcoming and friendly receptionist Amy.

Jackie continued: “The 20th anniversary was a fantastic opportunity to celebrate, thank, and show appreciation for their loyal clients, hard-working staff members, and supportive families.

“Myself and Paul would like to thank everyone for their kind messages and show of support. We look forward to many more years of business in the community – looking after our clients, welcoming new ones, developing the skills of their stylists, and training new, young stylists in the locality.”

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