What would we be without our teams of hair stylists, managers, assistants, receptionists and in-house educator? We're super proud to have such a talented and creative group of people at ESHK. On top of the lastest trends and techniques, always going out of their way to get our clients the desired result. From our hairdressers in Shoreditch to Neukölln, these are the fantastic folks looking after you.

Daniele - senior stylist at ESHK Hair Barbican


master stylist / branch manager

Born in Germany to Italian parents, Daniele gained most of his experience working in the family business. The key to achieving client satisfaction is listening to them, he says. As a hairstylist in London he loves using products to create different looks and add volume / texture to the hair. He is always on hand to offer optimal hair care and styling advice.

Meet Haruna, stylist at ESHK Hair Clerkenwell, London.



Haruna was born in Japan and moved to London to continue exploring the world. She enjoys colouring but especially loves to cut hair. Haruna likes to focus on her clients needs and wants to create the perfect solution for them; her calm nature makes her clients instantly feel at home.

Meet Niko, stylist at ESHK Hair Barbican, London.



Born and raised in the center of Rome, Niko has developed a range of his skills by working alongside some of the most skilled hair artists from around the world. He enjoys executing creative, dynamic cuts and styles. Niko values and respects clients instructions by delivering premium haircuts tailored to the suit the clients personal style.



Meet our Italian hairstylist Silvia, with over a decade and a half experience in the industry she specialises in hair cuts, hair colours and punk-chic style. Full bio coming soon.

Monika - Manager at ESHK Hair Clerkenwell



Monika has been with ESHK for many years, seeing it expand and evolve. She makes sure clients leave with a smile, the salons look perfect and the teams in the different branches are happy and have all they need. Monika says: “Managing 3 teams with a total of 30 people isn’t easy, a serious challenge at times, but at the end of the day it’s all good fun.”