This beautiful salon, found in a discreet location at the heart of Chelsea and just a stone’s throw from Sloane Square, is an absolute hidden gem. Offering exclusive and bespoke treatments as well as the standard cut, colouring and styling, this salon also boasts its own brow studio and bespoke make-up and nail bar services. Named the ‘Aphrodite of Chelsea,’ Davictor is focused on bringing out the most beautiful version of you there is.
The owner of this dazzling salon, Apollon, is a renowned stylist who has been in the business for an astonishing 27 years, and whose work has been featured in numerous fashion magazines such as Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar. As exclusive hairdresser to the Saudi royals, Apollon specialises in Middle Eastern hair amongst many other things. Famous also for his ‘5 day blow-dry,’ which I highly recommend, giving lasting volume to the roots and leaving hair looking sexy and glamorous for days, there is no doubting that this man knows what he is doing.
As the only salon in London specialising in a new H20 colouring technique, Davictor exclusively offers you a way to colour your hair with 50% less damage. The technique involves the wet hair being sprayed with an oil based mist before colouration ensuring that the hair is not stripped of oil in the process and therefore made to look and feel dry and coarse.
“Salon of choice to many a glamorous Chelsea girl, this brand new state of the art beauty parlour is the perfect place to come and get glammed up before an event or a night out on the town. Offering a ‘one-stop-shop’ for all you need to achieve that immaculate look, Davictor is a god send and will ensure a luxurious experience from start to finish. My experience at this elegant boutique salon certainly left me feeling on top of the world and slightly like a film star.”
Open Monday to Saturday 8am until 8pm (7.30 am for Beauty breakfast clients), Davictor also offers flexible working hours and Sunday appointments, subject to availability.
4 Ellis Street
Mobile: 07552 882208
Tel: 020 7730 4312
Written by Ciara Heslam 22/3/12