We were also shown a few hairstyles, and I volunteered to have a braided style. I felt a bit sorry for Anna Chapman as my hair was freshly washed but she did a lovely halo braid for me (she’s clearly well practised as she does hair for LFW and PFW!) She explained that it works better with 2 or 3 day old hair, and to yank it about a bit once it’s up so it looks undone. I’ve tried it at home since and it’s actually easier than I thought, Considering I have so much hair! Kirby grips are your friends people! It would be an ideal way to keep your hair out of your face at festivals when you might not get a chance to wash it as much as you would! I’ve been using it on day 3 to try and extend my hair washing from 2 days to 3, and so far so good!
We also had demonstrations of the low pony, which looks amazing but never seems to work for me. It’s all about the placement of the side part (in line with the arch of the eyebrow) and the back combing, which is something I need to try and work on, i’m always so paranoid I won’t be able to comb it out!
The two new offers that the Brighton Trevor Sorbie salon are offering are:
Root touch up & blow dry – a quick fix for between proper colours or for a pre night out boost – £25
Sun Kissed in Seconds – natural looking highlights to brighten your face/style – £25
Both these offers are available across all levels of stylist, so are brilliant value for money!