Hairdressers - Hobart, TAS
Sfuhmato, italian meaning “shaded off”. It relates to the painting technique used by Leonardo Da Vinci on his Mona Lisa which allows gradual, imperceptible transitions of color from light to dark.
What we do or, more importantly, what we won’t do.
We work for you, not for Wayne. Sure, he pays us, but he pays us with your money. So, we won’t send you away sporting a new look when all you wanted was a trim.
We won’t send you away with something we like, but you hate. We won’t roll our eyes and ignore you when you tell us what you want.
We won’t sit you in our window with your hair all over the place. We won’t even expect you to drink second rate instant coffee while you’re with us.
Call in and we’ll show you what we can do.
Declared Sf-uh-mato, the name is Italian (signifying "shaded off") and has it's causes in craftsmanship. It identifies with the work of art strategy utilised by Leonardo Da Vinci on his Mona Lisa which permits progressive, verging on subtle moves of shading from light to dull. Be that as it may, what does this need to do with us? All things considered, we're not recommending for a minute that our beauticians groups the ability of Leonardo (and perhaps they do) yet we get a kick out of the chance to consider them imaginative beauticians who do everything possible to send you away upbeat.