Although hairdressing businesses rely on discretionary spend, it’s one of those professions that seems to be virtually recession-proof. Fact is, once people find a hairdresser they like, they tend to stick with their preferred stylist through thick and thin – even to the extent of travelling long distances following a house move, for instance. There’s a lot of geographical flexibility, too. Most towns have multiple salons – even small villages often support a hairdresser or two, usually operating out of modest premises. Which means that if you’re on the hunt for a hairdressing business, you’re sure to find something in your immediate locality.
Stylists often start out by setting up a mobile business with the minimum of equipment or by ‘renting’ a chair in an established salon. Some go on to open their own salons from scratch. But if you want to acquire a business that already has bookings, regular clients and a full complement of specialist equipment, buying an existing salon could be a smart move. Obviously, buying a hairdressing salon will be more expensive than starting your own in the short term but it also means you’ll hit the ground running with an income stream from the first day. You’ll need to be confident the salon has a good reputation and that the equipment is valued fairly - and–you'll probably be wise to insist on a non-competition clause within a specified geographical area.
Hair and beauty salon to include all fixtures and fittings. It has a spray tan room, salon ,cloakroom, kitchen , staff stockroom and beauty room .Town centre main street location. Paignton.
Asking price open to offers / Turnover £21,000View details
Extremely busy hair salon owner run only, no other stylists. Located in one of Devon's top wedding venue hotels with all inclusive rent & no business rates. Genuine reason for sale.
Asking price £49,999 / Turnover £60,000View details
Well known Salon in the centre of Newcastle that has been established for 6.5 years a strong team behind it and a great web and social presence.
Asking price £80,000 / Turnover £323,000View details
Barber's Shop with Ladies Hairstyling section and unique Museum of Hairdressing memorabilia
Asking price £35,000 / Turnover £98,000View details
High end salon with 8 styling sections and an existing loyal client based. Located in the heart of Ashford town centre with great visibility and a large shop front.
Asking price £70,000 / Turnover £161,000View details
Fully equipped hair salon in prime town centre location close to all local amenities
Asking price £15,000 / Turnover £48,000View details
Contemporary very spacious salon established for 16 years with a comprehensive computerised database of clients. Wella based salon. Manager led. A new build with free doorstep parking.
Asking price £35,000 / Turnover £95,000View details
Hair and beauty business on a busy main road with a bus stop directly outside. For sale with all fixtures, fitting and stock. 2 hair stations, upright Sunbed, beauty room.Kitchen and toilet
Asking price open to offers / Turnover £45,000View details
Investment property, hairdressing salon with 2 bedroom flat above which is let, and small annexe being let as beauty salon. Scope to expand, only open 3 and half days
Asking price £120,000 / Turnover £24,000View details
Hair and beauty salon for sale. Fairly new business open for 5 months at current.
Asking price £4,000 / Turnover £15,000View details
Busy salon on busy road lots of clients and new shops and houses being built by salon lots of growth
Asking price £45,000 / Turnover £68,000View details
City Centre salon with a solid reputation, looking to sell as wanting to leave the country.
Asking price open to offers / Turnover £323,000View details
Busy hair salon, Bradeley Stoke on Trent . 5 chairs, 2 washstations and beautyroom. Price to include all fixtures, fittings, equipment and stock for quick sale. More details on request.
Asking price £20,000 / Turnover £54,000View details