Rockalily Cuts is ReeRee Rockette's Hair Salon, specialising in retro, rockabilly, vintage and alternative hair (although of course everyone is welcome!).
Based in Hoxton, East London, Rockalily Cuts aims to provide a fun, relaxing and memorable experience. Whether you just want a trim, a full cut and colour, or a retro updo for a special event, Rockalily Cuts is on hand!
For men and women, we aim to make you feel awesome. Because life is too short not to.
ReeRee Rockette - Owner
Blogger, Columinst, Entrepreneur, Coffee Maker (many thing but not actually a hairdresser). You can find out more about her at reeree.co.uk
Lucie Luella - Head Stylist
Victory Roller, Pin curler, Rockalily Cutter.
Lucie Luella has been cutting hair as soon as she was able to get her hands on scissors. Straight from school she entered the profession, and quickly advanced in her chosen field. She now specialises in rockabilly and vintage hair, and has styled hair for the front cover of Things and Ink magazine. Sabina Kelley had her hair styled by her for The London Tattoo Convention and Lucie loves the chance to wave her magic hair wand and transform people.
Whether you want a fabulous new colour, a slicked back quiff, a vintage set, or a trusty ol' trim, Lucie won't disappoint.
Emma Rae - Head Colourist
Emma Rae has been cutting hair for over ten years, and loves getting inspired by big colour changes!
Emma loves a challenge, and doesn't like being told that something can't be done!
Although Emma loves vintage and rockabilly styling, she definitely still loves the technicality of a modern cut and colour.
Trust Emma with a pair of scissors or a colouring bowl and you'll leave with a smile - guaranteed!
The rest of the team!
We are at 205 Kingsland Road, E2 8AN.
Nearest Station - Hoxton Overground (turn right when you come out of the station)
Nearest Buses - St Leonard's Hospital 149, 242, 243, 394, 67
Nearest Boris Bike Docking - Whiston Road
Within walking distance to: Old Street, Columbia Road Market, Hoxton Market, Shoreditch High Street, The Geffrye Museum, Bethnal Green Road, and Boxpark.