Here at Manor Lane we provide a warm and welcoming atmosphere in the beautiful village setting of Welton. Established in 2000, Owner and Sassoon trained stylist Amanda Kirk takes care of clients from Lincoln and neighbouring counties. She has created a wonderfully relaxed and stylish salon, working alongside Kirsty who has over a decade of experience working with Aveda hair colour and products, they work closely together to ensure every client experiences a bespoke service and leaves feeling nothing but fabulous.

CLEAN, SAFE AND RELAX

At Manor Lane we take your safety very seriously. We have gone beyond all the necessary precautions set out, but what is unique to us is that you can have a truly one to one experience, in a spacious secluded environment. We use a bell system on entry to ensure there is only one client in at a time and staff workIng on separate days. We are registered to the track and trace app and have a strict mask wearing policy.  All of this to ensure you can keep looking after you in these new times.
With love – Manor Lane

ALSO AT MANOR LANE

“Glowing skin with a natural look”

Manor Lane welcomes Dr Susan Holdstock
who will be holding a monthly clinic based here in Welton.
A highly sought after Aesthetician with 30 years experience in non-surgical treatments and procedures.  For more information:
manorlanesalon.co.uk/doctorsue

OUR MISSION

Is to use only the best of the best, for the Hair Obsessed.

Try award winning ORIBE

It has an international cult following from celebrities to royalty and we are the only salon to stock it in Lincolnshire.

ORIBE is formulated without parabens and sodium chloride. All the products are gluten-free, vegan, cruelty-free, colour safe and have UV protection for hair.
They perform like magic.

BRIDAL AND OCCASION AT MANOR LANE

Start your day in style at Manor Lane, we offer a private experience in salon for you and your bridesmaids. Kirsty has many years experience in wedding and occasion hair and will help create the look you dream of for your special day.

our mission

DO YOU SUFFER FROM
Sun damageFrizzy hair
Damaged hairItchy scalp
DandruffLimp/flat hair
Lack of moistureOily hair/scalp
Dry/coarse hairProduct build-up
Lank limp hairHeat exposure
Dull hairFlyaways
WHAT DO YOU WANT TO ACHIEVE
Create volumeShinier hair
Reduce frizzinessCure scalp problems
Enhance curlsCreate texture
Repair damageCreate definition
Prevent fadingChange colour
WE CAN ADVISE YOU ON
CutsStyling products
ShampoosTreatments
ConditionersColour

DISCOVER AVEDA

The art and science of pure flower and plant essences is the core of Aveda. Our beauty products are alive with the life force of plants, and contain pure essential oils. Our solutions are so powerful we call them Purescriptions™. While we specialise in hair care, we offer other plant–based products—skin care, makeup, pure-fume™, aromas and lifestyle—that are all professionally developed, clinically tested, and go to exceptional lengths to be respectful of the earth. Our professional network, nearly 7,000 salons and spas worldwide, shares our commitment. Ever since a hairdresser founded Aveda in 1978, our products have been harvested with respect for the earth, in harmony with the web of life

MISSION

Our mission at Aveda is to care for the world we live in, from the products we make to the ways in which we give back to society. At Aveda, we strive to set an example for environmental leadership and responsibility, not just in the world of beauty, but around the world.

HERITAGE

The legacy of Horst Rechelbacher extends far beyond the creation of Aveda. a pioneer of holistic beauty, and a champion of environmental responsibility, horst’s purpose and passion have taken on a momentum of their own as part of a greater global movement toward balance and harmony, both individual and collective.

ACTING RESPONSIBLY

We believe there is no responsible alternative to doing business other than through the pursuit of environmental sustainability and this belief guides every decision we make. We find inspiration for doing so in nature and believe that nature is not merely something to be cherished and protected, but also should be emulated as a model of sustainability. We also believe that profit and environmental responsibility will increasingly work together as more industries find out that “nature works” for both sustainability and the bottom-line.

INGREDIENTS

Our Green Ingredient Promise at Aveda, we continually strive to increase our use of naturally derived ingredients, i.e. those in which more than 50% of the molecule comes from a plant, non-petroleum mineral, or other natural source, like water. We set other standards for use, too, like avoiding certain types of processing.

CRUELTY FREE

Aveda is a cruelty-free brand. we do not test on animals and never ask others to do so on our behalf. Our products are “people-tested”. Being a cruelty-free brand is an important part of our mission to care for the world we live in and for those we live with, and has been since our founding in 1978. We strive to set an example for leadership and responsibility of caring, not just in the world of beauty, but around the world. Our commitment to caring for animals and wildlife reaches far and wide. In fact, we live and breathe it.

ORIBE HAIR CARE

Oribe Hair Care was founded by renowned editorial and celebrity hairstylist Oribe and beauty industry veterans Daniel Kaner and Tev Finger with the goal of creating a new kind of hair company, one that was designed with the most talented salon professionals and the most discriminating customers in mind. When developing the line, we didn’t want to compromise on any detail. We leveraged skin care technology and natural actives to deliver high-performance, treatment-based products—all while never forgetting that healthy hair is the underpinning for sexy, glamorous styling. Each product has been tested at length on set, backstage and in the salon to ensure that it delivers results, leaving us with a best-in-class collection that truly meets the needs of the hair-obsessed.

THE FRAGRANCE

Oribe’s signature scent, Cote d’Azur, runs through the line at the lightest levels, designed so that the products in each individual’s hair ritual work together…and build upon each other. Developed in collaboration with one of the oldest French fragrance houses, tracing its roots back to the 1800s, Cote d’Azur was conceived to be beautiful and bright yet calming and composed—the perfect morning wake-up call, afternoon pick-me-up and evening mood-setter. The signature scent awakens with hints of citrus-soaked Italian bergamot, pink lemons, white peach, cassis and muguet, balanced with Aomori apples and leafy greens. Cedarwood, white amber and musk lend their soft woody notes, while Cuba’s national flower, la mariposa blanca, creates a sensual and invigorating experience throughout the day.

THE PACKAGING

They say you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover…in our case, feel free. For us, packaging is an immediate sign of what the consumer can expect from our brand: something elevated, sophisticated and fun. Oribe Hair Care’s award-winning packaging was designed to make the experience of using the products as beautiful as the formulas themselves. Every detail was carefully crafted and nuanced, from the shape of each bottle to the eco-friendly boxes sourced from well-managed forests and printed with vegetable inks. The architectural facets and striking jewel tones perfectly blend old-world heritage with modern elegance. Our packaging has established a new standard for hair care. Oribe products are truly a modern-day bathroom accessory.

ORIBE CANALES – INTRODUCTION

Introduction
In 1992, The New York Times noted that runway hair, once designed to show off clothes, had itself become a big deal. The occasion was a Chanel show at which the deliberately disheveled hairstyles created by Oribe—already a lauded “top stylist” and “hair maestro”—received as much attention as the clothes. “All Karl Lagerfeld, the designer, asked me to do was make the girls feel beautiful,” Oribe told the newspaper. “And they did.”
Who would have guessed that the next hair legend would be the one-time “bad boy” from Cuba with the movie star good looks and the tattooed sleeves? Today , one can’t really know fashion without knowing Oribe. It seems as though Oribe has been there for some of the most important milestones of the past 30 years, from being one of the first American hairstylists to style the European collections to working with photographer Steven Meisel and makeup artist Francois Nars on the invention of the supermodel and the rise of one-name wonders like Christy, Linda and Naomi. Oribe’s work has graced the runways of nearly every well-known designer and the covers of almost all major magazines around the world, as well as several international ad campaigns and commercials. His collaborations include countless photographers such as Irving Penn, Richard Avedon, Mario Testino, Helmut Newton, Herb Ritts, Annie Leibovitz, Patrick Demarchelier and Bruce Weber. And then there are all the models, celebrities and icons that Oribe helped transform throughout the years. Oribe is always in the right places with the right people at all of the right times—read on to discover his story.

ORIBE CANALES – THE 1980s and 1990s

It all began for Oribe in the late ’80s with an era-defining partnership with Meisel, a magical combination that demanded notice almost immediately. It can be said that, during that time, Oribe brought back the wig (after Diana Ross taught him how to properly secure one), made wild colors en vogue and started the trend back to rollers. His work in the early ’90s with Gianni Versace demonstrated a shared love for Miami decadence and led to powerful imagery that is now iconic. He was also known during that time for the Oribe Agency, which represented future beauty heavyweights including Laura Mercier, Nars, Kevin Mancuso, Bobbi Brown, Serge Normant, Danilo and Jimmy Paul.
In 1991, Oribe made news when he opened his palatial Fifth Avenue salon at Elizabeth Arden in New York City. In 1992, he received the honor of being asked by the Metropolitan Museum of Art to design hairpieces from raffia and papier-mâché for the reopening of the Costume Institute galleries, a sculptural mission well suited to his artistic hand. Oribe spent months completing the wigs, which went on mannequins specially designed in Christy Turlington’s likeness. It was a refined expression of the masterful underpinnings of his fashion work.

THE JLO YEARS

In 1997, Oribe’s focus turned from fashion to the new faces of fashion: celebrities. This shift came via a new face to the music scene, Jennifer Lopez, who called for Oribe after a childhood spent reading his name in fashion magazines. He accompanied the rising star to Miami to shoot the cover of her first album, On the 6, for which he lightened her hair and pulled it tightly over a wig into a long ponytail. It was a done deal—Sean Combs, her boyfriend at the time, told Lopez not to let Oribe get away, and she didn’t. Oribe worked with her during her meteoric rise (when he created the JLo persona with her) and at the heights of her millennial celebrity. Lopez was excited by fashion and dared Oribe to translate his editorial sensibility for her, creating a new vocabulary for the masses (the last pop star with comparable influence willing to represent the extremes of high fashion was Madonna). For example, Oribe had full license to create the outrageous permed wigs Lopez wore for her “Play” video and NBC concert special. And while most of Hollywood was feeling glamorous in wedding hair at the Academy Awards in 2002, Lopez arrived with classic Oribe “over-the-top sexy 60’s fashion scary hair,” as he describes it. Many critics panned the hyperbolic bouffant, but Lopez had the good taste to absolutely love it. Lopez was everywhere and so was Oribe. The two continue to collaborate nearly two decades later.

THE 2000s

Oribe is always where the news is occurring. While working on the winter 2003 Louis Vuitton campaign, Oribe met the photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. They were leaders of a new generation of hyper-fashion image makers who recognized Oribe as the perfect creative accomplice. Together Mert and Marcus and Oribe captured Kate Moss as Marilyn Monroe for W. Then, after a Giorgio Armani campaign shoot with the model Agyness Deyn, they shot the rave-inspired cover story for Katie Grand’s style magazine Pop with Oribe giving Deyn’s signature pixie cut a sparkling metallic makeover brushed into shapes usually reserved for video game characters.
Throughout the past 15 years, Oribe has continued to set new standards in his craft, with countless covers of Vogue around the world, red carpet work with nearly every A-list celebrity and ad campaigns for celebrated brands such as Louis Vuitton and Dolce & Gabbana. His current salon off fashionable Lincoln Road in Miami attracts a “who’s who” of clients and employees many of the hair stars of tomorrow.

ORIBE HAIR CARE

In 2008, Oribe took his 30-year heritage of hairdressing and his love of glamour and individual beauty and translated it into the collection of products he always imagined and envisioned—a range grounded in old-world hairstyling and blended with new-world technology and the finest ingredients. The end result was an edited line focused on the needs of the most discriminating people: Oribe, his clients, his peers and anyone who believes in elegant beauty, high performance, handcraftsmanship and luxury. Oribe loves what he does and does it passionately, continuing to invent and reinvent. Perhaps more in demand as an editorial stylist than ever, Oribe is constantly building his body of work and strengthening his influence on the hair and fashion that defines generations.

salon pricing

HAIR CUT PRICING

CUTS AND STYLINGPRICES
Ladies cut and blow dry£55.00
Gents cut£15.00 - £20.00
Children£10.00
Stand only blow dry£35.00
Hair up£30.00 - £50.00
Wedding hairOn consultation

HAIR COLOUR PRICING

HAIR COLOURINGPRICES
Root touch up£55.00
Full head colour£60.00
Full head foils£90.00
Half head foils£70.00
Stand alone toner£25.00
Blow dry addon for colour services£15.00

HAIR TREATMENT PRICING

HAIR TREATMENTSPRICES
Aveda£10.00
Oribe£15.00

salon pricing

HAIR CUT PRICING

CUTS AND STYLINGPRICES
Ladies cut and blow dry£55.00
Gents cut£15.00 - £20.00
Children£10.00
Stand only blow dry£35.00
Hair up£30.00 - £50.00
Wedding hairOn consultation

HAIR COLOUR PRICING

HAIR COLOURINGPRICES
Root touch up£55.00
Full head colour£60.00
Full head foils£90.00
Half head foils£70.00
Stand alone toner£25.00
Blow dry addon for colour services£15.00

HAIR TREATMENT PRICING

HAIR TREATMENTSPRICES
Aveda£10.00
Oribe£15.00

OPENING TIMES

MONDAY CLOSED

TUESDAY 9.30am to 4.00pm

WEDNESDAY 10.00am to 4.00pm

THURSDAY 9.30am to LATE

FRIDAY 9.30am to 4.00pm

CONTACT US

PHONE 01673 861684

POST CODE LN2 3JQ

SOCIAL MEDIA @manorlanesalon

OPENING TIMES

MONDAY CLOSED

TUESDAY 9.30am to 4.00pm

WEDNESDAY 10.00am to 4.00pm

THURSDAY 9.30am to LATE

FRIDAY 9.30am to 4.00pm

CONTACT US

PHONE 01673 861684

POST CODE LN2 3JQ

SOCIAL MEDIA @manorlanesalon