“Your hair is the crown you never take off.” (Anonymous) 

Hair care is important for not only our appearance, but also for our overall hygiene.To help maintain the health of your hair, it is important to not only consider regular washing and styling, but to also look into specific products or treatments that may help improve its texture and condition.Your hair can reveal your personality and how you feel about yourself based on how healthy and vibrant it is. Healthy hair is a sign of confidence and allows us to look & feel our best.It is important to visit a salon on a regular basis and use quality hair care products to ensure your hair is as healthy as possible. Book a free consultation with one of our Stylists and learn more about your hair type and condition and to explore options to obtaining happy healthy hair.


“Beauty begins the moment you decide to be yourself.”-Coco Chanel

Take a well-deserved break from your busy life and come into our warm, safe haven. Our skilled beauty therapists will make sure you feel your best, with our exceptional range of treatments.


Massage supports good health - the benefits of massage go beyond relaxation. Our massage therapists will work with you to reduce stress, increase relaxation, improve circulation, energy and alertness. Come into our luxurious beauty rooms and enjoy one of the range of massages that we offer. 


Lorna Potter is located in the old Public Trust Building at 67 Chapel Street on SH2. 

There is plenty of parking surrounding Lorna Potter. There are two free parking zones with a couple of minutes of Lorna Potter, across the road at the Town Hall & there are a few free parks avaliable in the ACC carpark. Otherwise, there are paid parks on Perry Street and the surrounding areas.

Public Transport: 
There are two bus stops close by. The Masterton District Council stop (1852) is across the road & has buses going throughout the Masterton Area. For our out of town clients, there is a stop on Church Street (1855) a few minutes walk away that goes to Martinborough & Featherston. Timetable & information can be found here.


When you visit, take a look at our vault rooms. These rooms are now used as the rooms for many of our beauty treatments.

However, during World War II when the building was the Public Trust Office the Treaty of Waitangi was sent up to Masterton to keep it safe - although no one let the Masterton Office know and the trunk sat in the hallway for some time!