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Screen is Malta’s largest hairdressing franchise!

Having been in business for more than 8 years, Screen is Malta’s largest hair dressing franchise, with 16 salons spread across Malta, all the way from Mellieha to Marsascala.




Illona has owned her own hairdressing salon for the past 13 years and is exceptionally passionate about what she does. She believes that every hair colour, every haircut and every hairstyle should be created like a masterpiece.


Bugibba by Antoine and Louise

Founded by Antoine & Louise in 2002, Antoine opened his first hairdressing salon in Bugibba with his spouse as a business partner.


Fgura by Geraldine

At 16 years of age, Geraldine entered into the hairdressing industry with an open heart and a determination to never stop learning and training.


Fgura by Tiziana

Having graduated from the School of Hairdressing after a 3-year course, Tiziana started her journey in the hairdressing industry 14 years ago.


Marsascala by Alexia

Alexia set her heart on becoming a professional hairstylist 22 years ago. After 9 years of being employed, Alexia took the plunge to open her own shop.


Mellieha by Janet

It only took Janet 3 years from when she started working in the hairdressing industry to set up shop on her own. Eleven years later, Janet’s passion is stronger as she cements her presence is in the industry.


Paola by Christopher

Christopher is a graduate from the School of Hairdressing. He always felt that hairdressing was the only work he wanted to do. Christopher has been a salon owner for the past 20 years and is also one of the few SCREEN-qualified educators.


Qormi by Josephine

Becoming her own boss 16 years ago, further strengthened Josephine’s drive to always stay ahead with the newest techniques and avant guard technology.

Salini Resort

Salini by Antoine & Louise

In 2018, together with his wife, Antoine expanded his hairdressing business and opened a new Screen Salon at the Salini Resort.


San Gwann by Cynthia

At the tender age of 13, Cynthia started her journey to realise her dream by embarking on a series of professional courses to master the hairdressing trade.


Sliema by Ramona

Ramona graduated in hairdressing in 2001 and ten years later proudly opened her own hairdressing salon.


St. Pauls Bay by Ramona

Ramona graduated from the School of Hairdressing and started her work career 25 years ago. It only took Ramona 3 years working as a hairstylist to decide that she was prepared enough to open her own salon.


Ta' Xbiex by Patrick

Having attended the School of Hairdressing, at the age of 21, Patrick opened his own hairdressing salon and is now the regional President of the Screen mother company.


Valletta by ALFIO and KAREEM

Screen Valletta is a father and son strong-team salon. They are both passionate about hairdressing and complement each other in the business. The father, Alfio, has been a professional hairdresser for 40 years and has passed on the trade to his son, Kareem.


Zabbar by Mario

Having opened his first salon in 1995, Mario now leads his 5 hairstylists in a more modern and much busier salon in Zabbar. He also currently holds the position of International Artistic Director with Screen mother company.


Zebbug by Priscilla

Priscilla has been working in the hairdressing industry for 24 years. She has enjoyed being a hairdresser in her own Salon for 21 years but her journey started much earlier than that!