About Vallender Salon
Drawing on the continental heritage of French owner Jerome Hervé, Vallenders offers moderately priced hair styling and beauty treatments direct from Paris, coupled with exceptional client service in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. Founded by Jo Vallender in 1991, the salon evolved into a classic boutique following her marriage to Jerome Hervé. Drawing on Jerome’s heritage, the stylists have mastered Parisian colouring and styling techniques that are second to none. On arrival at Vallenders, each and every client is treated exclusively by one of our vibrant young team of highly trained hair specialists. We offer a vast range of hair treatments, styles and extensions to suit your needs.
At Vallender Salon, we have always believed in putting our clients first, we follow a strict code of conduct to make sure everyone that walks out of the salon looks and feels great, whether they've had a simple blow dry, or a complete colour and restyle.
Each member of the team does all their own work, not relying on technicians or having to pass clients from one person to another. The consultation process is just as important as the cut itself, so we listen closely to clients needs and recommend the best styles, to suit them. We're proud to say each of our stylists take the time and care to advise clients the best ways to upkeep and maintain their hair between visits, meaning our clients look as good walking in the salon, as they did walking out. We always make sure to achieve results in good time and never rushing. We never overbook and will always endeavour to book appointments at the most convenient time for our clients. Our range of products both used within and on sale in the salon are chosen with great research and experience. We will only ever recommend a product that is fit for purpose, never up selling or suggesting a treatment that would have a detrimental affect. Most importantly we like to make our clients feel treated in every way when they visit, offering fresh tea, coffee and sparkling water.
Named after the Earl of Suffolk, who briefly owned the area from 1808. The square contains predominantly late Georgian and early Victorian villas and terraced houses that give a distinctive identity to the area. It has recently been described as "the Notting Hill of Cheltenham" and is home to established and new range of interesting restaurants, cafes and deli's, while a variety of antique and interior shops and a range of boutiques including vintage clothing, giftware, jewellery make this area of Cheltenham a shoppers paradise.