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It’s business as usual at Chagall

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Gerald and his team


The recent tragedies and bomb blasts that rocked the country, resulted in all usual life as we know it coming to a standstill. The whole nation was in shock, racked by grief at the loss of life, while businesses across the country big and small took a nosedive. However, now two weeks subsequent to the tragedies and atrocities life is slowly coming back to normal and what better way to get back to normal than a visit to your favourite salon? 

Well Master Stylist and Hair Wizard Gerald Solomons of Chagall together with his team are back at work and determined to make all you beautiful people out there to both look and feel good about yourselves.

Gerald assures his clients that Chagall is probably the safest salon now to visit as with the intensive checking that is taking place, one can be rest assured that a visit to Chagall is sans danger.

Gerald and his team are determined to make their clients feel safe and welcome and one can be assured of that magical touch that only Hair Wizard Gerald as he is fondly known, can impart to his clients. A firm believer in doing things ‘his way’ he constantly advises clients to ‘step out of the box’ they are in and reinvent themselves and he is always right in his advice, be it hair, make up or clothes. So visit Chagall and get rid of the blues that beset all of us the last two weeks as you ready yourself for life to get back to normal!


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