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Gloss Smudging Technique

Gloss and Smudge Technique? Senior Colourist Penny gave the gorgeous girls at Marie Claire the low down on what the terms of this technique mean… “We know, we know: you’ve had enough of nonsensical hair terms. First balayage, then ombre, sombre, bronde, blorange, hair contouring – we get it. But gloss smudging isn’t just more… Read More>

Posted on 19/04/2017 + SHARE
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You can now buy R+Co and Oribe products online

We are SO EXCITED that you can now email your product orders through to us! Email your product enquiries to [email protected] and we will take care of it for you. We love R+Co and Oribe products, they make our days jobs more enjoyable and will make your home hair care more enjoyable too. Pinky promise. Flat rate $15… Read More>

Posted on 8/04/2017 + SHARE
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How to Wash your Hair. The RIGHT way!

Those wise (and gorgeous!) girls at Buro 24/7 had a chat to Barney about washing hair. Read on for how to perfect your washing technique… Warning, the massage bit needs a pro! “You know that feeling when you walk out of a salon and have the most insanely silky and smooth locks imaginable – well… Read More>

Posted on 30/03/2017 + SHARE


Forever in trend Cosmo asked us about a new hue for Autumn! “If you’re not too familiar with the term blorange, we forgive you. It is a brand spankin’ new word and all. Blorange is a hair colour that’s not-quite-blonde, not-quite-orange and not-quite-pastel-pink, as Georgia May Jagger depicts: While we love the way blorange hair looks… Read More>

Posted on 25/02/2017 + SHARE

Layer me up!

The gorgeous girls at Elle asked the question; ‘Are layers making a comeback?’ this is what Barney has to say! “Natural texture has been a strong feature for the past couple of seasons and layers have played a major part in creating current wash and wear looks.” Why? Well, “layering encourages the natural movement in the hair… Read More>

Posted on 4/02/2017 + SHARE