An age of elegance
WORTHING is blessed by Warwick Street, one of the few places left in the town centre where independent businesses dominate the retail scene. In recent months, a new age of elegance has dawned on this historic thoroughfare.
The newly opened Bouffant hair salon reminds one of the Palace of Versailles courtesy of the chic furniture and mirrors
To illustrate the point, customers are served tea in china cups, and cake.
The sign over the shop is as pretty as a picture, and a far cry from the standard plastic facade that prevail elsewhere. Lloyd Moss and his father Paul, whose family has been associated with Worthing hairdressing since 1925 when Lloyd’s great grandparents opened Evelyn salon in High Street. Mr Moss senior said, “We thought Worthing needed something uplifting and different. Hairdressing salons can be sterile and clinical, but we felt hairdressing should be an experience for ladies coming to our salon. It’s going back to the old fashioned standard of courtesy and style.”
"The salon reminds one of the Palace of Versailles"