This season PRADA had amazing wet-look hair and Givenchy took the cropped look to a new level by adding pastel colours to intricate pin curls. Gareth Pugh on the other hand sent statuesque models down the runway with a completely different take on the idea of windswept hair, showcasing wispy strands almost strapped across their faces like a mask. Recreating fashion trends straight from the catwalk is now fairly easy, thanks to the emergence of trend led high street stores, but it is the hair and beauty that helps to complete the look, something that can at times be quite unattainable.
Keeping up with the latest hair and beauty trends is not something you can always rely on your local hairdresser to do. Which is why it is always great to find salons that are not just dedicated to keeping up with current trends, but who are also in the business of creating them. Rush Croydon does just that and was the second salon to be opened in the now leading franchise, still remaining a hub for the company today.
Award winning stylists make Rush their home such as Tina Farey, who you’ll find backstage at London Fashion Week sending models down the catwalk looking their absolute best. Farey heads up the team in Croydon and the current ‘British Hairdressing Awards Newcomer of the Year’ –Jasmine Redstone- can also be found here ensuring clients leave with styles fresh out of Milan.
For more info please visit: http://www.rush.co.uk/salons/croydon/
Words / Jade Thompson
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