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Meet Malavia, part owner and senior stylist


Malavia has been Hairdressing since 2009, offering her clients colouring, cutting, styling and specialising in Hair Extensions and Bridal/wedding Hair. She first started her training at Hertford Regional College in Ware, qualifying with a NVQ Level 2 and went on to do other courses, such as Level 3 Barbering, Hair Extensions and further colouring technique courses. Malavia is considered to be loyal, creative and friendly, and wanting to make all her clients feel comfortable with each service they have. She is most passionate in making a client feel happy and satisfied when leaving Reflection Hair Studio. Malavia enjoys every aspect in hairdressing and loves making a change in how someone feels and looks.


Meet Claire, part owner and senior stylist


Claire’s induction to the hairdressing industry started in 2005, beginning at Hitchin North Hertfordshire College. Qualifying with an NVQ level one and two whilst training in a salon. She then went on to work in other salons learning their traits, in addition, attending other courses where possible. In 2015 Claire and Malavia opened Reflection Hair Studio to allow themselves to follow their passions and give their customers the best experience possible. Claire enjoys all aspect of hairdressing from cutting long and short hair, all types of colouring from highlights, balyages/ombres to all over colours and blow-drying all lengths of hair.


Meet Sherry, our Stylist

Sherry is now a fully qualified hairdresser.  She started her hairdressing journey in 2017 at the London Hairdressing Apprenticeship Academy (LHAA) studying her level 2 in hairdressing.  She qualified in November 2018 with a distinction and went on to study her level 3 in 2019 and qualified in January 2020. Sherry joined our Reflection team in April 2018.  She is passionate about doing highlights, long cuts and hair up for occasions. Sherry has always been interested in hairdressing. At the age of 15, she started doing weekends in local salons and since then, has known that hairdressing is the trade she wants to be in. Sherry wants to extend her knowledge of hairdressing by doing a barbering course in the near future, and will go on to do more courses.