Kutz N Kurlz Hair and Beauty Brynmawr Abertillery

Kutz N Kurlz Hair and Beauty

Service Without Compromise
Salon Memberships & Awards

Salon Awards


2016 Regional Winners at the Welsh Hair & Beauty Awards 'Hair Salon of the Year' 2016.

2015 Donna Wallbank Finalist Welsh Hair & Beauty Awards 'Colour Technician of the Year'.

2015 Overall Winners at the Welsh Hair & Beauty Awards 'Hair Salon of the Year' 2015.

2015 Regional Winners at the Welsh Hair & Beauty Awards 'Hair Salon of the Year' 2015.

2015 Stephanie Edwards Finalist Welsh Hair & Beauty Awards 'Stylist of the Year'.

2015 Donna Wallbank awarded ISA Industry Champion Award.

2009 Recognised s meeting the I.I.P Leadership and Management Module.

2009 Stephanie Edwards received an Invite to the Cenydd [Welsh Assembly] to undertake a Hairdressing demonstration which she duly attended.

2009 Stephanie Edwards Gaining a Third Place at The Salon Cymru Competition.

2009 Stephanie Edwards Clynol Protege Team Finalist.

2007 Green Dragon Award.

2005 Finalist Five Counties - Best Use of ICT.

2005 Finalist Five Counties - Entrepreneur of the Year.

2004 NTA finalist.

2004 Finalist Five Counties Woman in Business.

2004 Western Mail Welsh Woman of the Year Winner 'Sole Trader Award - Donna Wallbank.

2003 Winner "Welsh Avant Garde Hairdressing sponsored by Goldwell.


Organisations we are Members of:-


"Good Salon Guide"
The Good Salon Guide is the only independent, nationwide scheme for assessing professional standards and services within the hairdressing industry. Listing around 2,000 salons in England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, the Good Salon Guide has become the Kitemark of quality for the public and hairdressing industry.

Hairdressing salons are visited and objectively assessed by professionally trained inspectors against a set of strict criteria in the same way as the well-known AA or RAC hotel guides, giving consumers confidence in their choice.

All salons are reassessed annually.

Kutz N Kurlz Hair & Beauty were assessed in 1999 and accredited with a 5***** Good Salon Guide rating.


Investors in People
Investors in People ensures businesses achieves best performance through people. Their mission is to help achieve the results businesses want by focusing on business objectives, and acting as a critical friend so that continuous improvement is maintained.

At the heart of Investors in People is the Standard, a framework of best practice that's outcome focused: it outlines what you need to achieve but never prescribes how, making it truly flexible regardless of your size or sector.

Investors in People provide independent assessments to track progress before you become an accredited Investors in People organisation.
Assessment is simple and based entirely on interviews with people across the organisation. They speak in person and in confidence with staff getting their views on how the organization is run.

Kutz N Kurlz Ltd passed its first assessment and was accredited with "Investors in People Status" in 1999 and have enjoyed passing continual assessments since. Our commitment to staff training has always been our focus, with organizations like Investors in People on board, we are sure to maintain our goal. "Kutz N Kurlz Hair & Beauty" have also passed Investors in Peoples "Leadership and Management Mode", ensuring its business has a structured chain of command assuring clients of Kutz N Kurlz commitment to the "Highest" level of service available at all times.


"NHF" National Hairdressers Federation
The NHF works on behalf of its members to raise the professionalism and commitment to the hair and beauty industry. Members have access to a range of benefits, including services, products, advice and information that helps develop businesses.


Hairdressers Council
The Hairdressing Council was set up in 1964 by an Act of Parliament. This meant that hairdressers can apply to become State Registered in the same way as doctors, dentists or nurses can. The only difference is that it is completely voluntary to belong to the UK Register of qualified hairdressers.

The Hairdressing Council believes in the professionalism and passion of hairdressing and its campaign is to raise standards, making the industry self regulated. Ideally every hairdresser should be state registered which would eliminate those cowboys who practise hairdressing with no qualifications or experience whatsoever.

The membership of the Hairdressing Council includes MPs, doctors, representatives from the major manufacturers, salon owners and business owners. These 17 people meet and discuss ways in which they can help State Registered Hairdressers be kept up to date with everything going on in the industry.

The Hairdressing Council advises consumers who are looking for hairdressers by the dozen. By simply putting in their post codes, their nearest State Registered Hairdresser can be found - "". Consumers are always advised to use a State Registered Hairdresser when visiting a salon.

Thousands of hairdressers support the need for professionalism including such big names as Richard Ward, Trevor Sorbie, Andrew Barton, Anthony Mascolo, Steven Goldsworthy, Lisa Shepherd, Mark Hill, Errol Douglas, Patrick Cameron and many many more.

"Kutz N Kurlz Hair & Beauty" are Proud to say, we were the "First Salon in Wales" to have all its Stylists Registered.



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