I have nothing but good things to say about this place. It makes having my hair cut a pleasure and compared to other london salons very affrodable. Ben especially gave me an amazing cut this time.
Time Out says
Posted: Wed Feb 22 2012
The House of Rush is a new upmarket flagship from the high street coiffeurs. So upmarket in fact, that the premises of this shiny beacon of beauty are slap bang in the middle of London’s Mayfair. At first glance you’d be forgiven for thinking that the House of Rush was modelled on the house of Liberace, as the flamboyant interior is very much designed to fit in with the glitzy décor of the postcode. But the combination of monochrome floor-tiling, gilded mirrors, back lit displays and chandeliers offer just the right amount of bling for when you’re feeling in the mood to indulge.
Service is seamless with staff communicating via Madonna-ish headsets in order to announce your arrival– more like stepping onto the red carpet than into a spa. The salon overlooks the buzz of Piccadilly, but for those wanting to get away from the hubbub, the beauty area, including Elemis and Rodial treatment rooms, remain separate from the snipping and the clipping. On exit, a quote from fashion maven Vivienne Westwood is printed on the wall reading ‘everything that gives pleasure is worth doing well’. It looks like the House of Rush have taken this maxim to heart.
The House Of Rush
Rush Mayfair 200 Piccadilly
Average User Rating
2 / 5
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Please please please avoid this place if you have afro hair. My hair was destroyed by a careless relaxer here, literally had massive bald patches. It is growing back but will take years to recover. The most expensive relaxer I've ever had, and by far the worst.
DONT BOTHER This salon is in an expensive part of london, however they are part of a large chain. Very average cut and poor colour service or what i could have paid a fraction of the price for at my local salon. They charge for water, aggressive add on sales. DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY
I've just had my second and last treatment at House of Rush, now having been there twice and been conned twice. I know the square footage must be expensive, but their tactics are so cynical, i have a thoroughly bitter taste in my mouth. AVOID.