5: What does Katana mean?

Back in 1999 when setting up the business we wanted a name that was different, short, and to the point. We could have been obvious and named ourselves Milton barbers, but that's too boring. Katana has a few different meanings, we initially took the name from the Japanese sword, plus it also means blade in Korean, and "to cut" in Hindi.    

2:How long will I have to wait? 

As from December 2nd 2020 we will only be taking appointments for haircuts and no longer offering the walk in and wait service for the foreseeable future. As we will generally be running 4 appointment per hour, there is a good chance that an appointment may be available on the same day, you enquire. Please arrive at least 5 mins prior to your appointment.

3: Do you cut children & baby's hair?

Yes we do, at any age as well. First haircut is key for all future haircuts. Depending on the age, we always try to persuade our youngest of clients to sit on there own for there first haircut. This can pay dividends with regards to there behaviour & confidence for the next & future haircuts. 

​Frequently asked questions 

4: How much experience do you have?

Neil & Lee Rogers who have co run Katana for over 20 years, & have seen many trends come and go, and feel like they have covered all styles in the industry. We will only ever give you the haircut that you wish for. 

1:Do you cut lady's hair?

Yes we do, but only if it's in the mould that we are used to eg, a barber style haircut. For all other ladies hairdressing eg long layers etc we recommend our sister hair salon in Milton, www.archierogers.com