An early birthday present. I'm so overwhelmed. I have been selected as regional finalist for the South East & London Heat at the 2017 Wedding Industry Awards, in the Wedding Hairstylist category. I appreciate everyone of my brides who have taken the time to vote for me, I am over the moon, it really means a lot to me. I started hairdressing only cutting and colouring ladies hair, hating doing hair up and never dream't of accomplishing doing wedding hair for brides. I used my
I got introduce to using Grow Gorgeous Hair products earlier this month, and I finally got round to using them. I've used the Strengthening Oil on my clients and love the results its given, but I hadn't had chance to use the shampoo and conditioner, as a lot of my clients use the products that suits or they prefer for their hair. I got to use the products on gorgeous top model Cheryl. After having a slight colour change to her hair, by introducing more highlights to her hair,
I had the pleasure to be asked to do one of my old regular hair clients, from back in the Midlands, when I was working full time in a salon. To do her wedding hair in Ilfracombe, North Devon. It was lovely to be considered, as its one of my favourite parts of the country, by the sea side, and to catch up and be apart of my Brides morning. My bride didn't have a trial as I know her hair, and felt comfortable for me to literally style her and her bridesmaids hair that morning,
I'm loving the hair trend of space bun's recently, and this look tied in perfectly with Model/Blogger Amy's fashion style shoot. Wearing her Bomber jacket from Dezzal Online, and silk flares from Kalayci London. Photography by Rebecca Spencer. I created this look by separating Amy's hair into a clean centre parting. Prepping Amy's hair with a bit of dry shampoo to give a bit of texture and support before back combing and placing into the space bun's on the top of Amy's head.