How Queen's is different...
We believe continued growth and education is key to excelling in anything. We support and encourage our team with internal and external training & mentoring.
We know there are a lot of options and there. We want to make sustainable and socially conscious decisions easy for you. We are a plant-based salon, this means all your hair colour and hair care products. And it doesn't stop there...
Service with Compassion
We've all been to places where we've felt out of place. At Queen's we want everyone to feel welcome and at home when they visit us.
How to book your appointment...
Book your Appointment
We will show you our most popular requests and direct you through our digital booking process so you're sure to be set up for success
Come and Take a Seat
We look forward to welcoming you into our space and having a chat to better understand your hair goals
What People Say
Super happy with my first experience at Queen's Shop! Dallas gave me a great cut and was lovely to converse with. This salon is going in the right direction as they use sustainable plant-based products for all your hair needs. Definitely coming back here.
Here's what we do best...
The Buzz Around Town...
Just a great experience all around. Happy to have chosen the queen as my new hair cut place thingy.
Amazing, inclusive, talented and friendly shop. I can't reccomend them enough!
A nice, spacious salon with welcoming staff and great hair products without the pressure sales that all too often ruin many salons.
Queen’s Shop recognizes the sacred land we now call Toronto is the traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat people and is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Metis peoples.
We honour the One Dish One Spoon Treaty, the tradition of sharing and respecting the land and all peoples, together. We encourage all to live their daily lives respecting these values, honouring this treaty in the spirit of peace, friendship and respect.
We know it is our responsibility, as settlers, to continue the work towards reconciliation. And that this statement is only a small step.
Our work as settlers, is far from over.