Gloucestershire stylist cuts hair for the homeless, Hairdressers Journal
Industry bible the Hairdressers Journal ran the story of our Cheltenham stylist Lorna Sales cutting the hair of the homeless at Trinity Cheltenham. She’s been cutting hair every other Monday for the project, which aims to bring dignity to rough sleepers, and HJi covered the story on the front page of their website. Earlier in the day, Lorna was filmed by BBC Radio Gloucestershire for their Drivetime show.
Free haircuts bring dignity to homeless, Cotswold Life Business & Professional
Cheltenham stylist Lorna Sales’ guerrilla hairdressing made it into the Charity Links section of Cotswold Life’s Business & Professional Magazine in the April 2017 edition.
Charity work, Gloucestershire Echo, Gloucester Citizen, GloucestershireLive, BBC Radio Gloucestershire, BBC PointsWest
Cheltenham stylist Lorna Sales was so moved by the plight of London’s homeless that she travelled to the capital to cut rough-sleepers’ hair as part of a charity project. There she met Pummi the Homeless Barber who, when he was on the streets, learned to cut hair by watching barbers through shop windows. Lorna was impressed with his work, and that of charity worker Chris Hill, and she now regularly brings her guerrilla hairdressing to Trinity Church in Cheltenham, giving dignity to the town’s homeless.
Spring Hair Trends, Cotswold Living
From icy KoolBlonds to 2017’s new Genderless and Athleisure trends, Artistic Director Dean Brindley put together a stunning spring hair trends feature for Cotswold Living magazine, in conjunction with Schwarzkopf Professional. The pages looked incredible, and the cover was so striking - amazing movement and gorgeous hair.
London Fashion Week Men’s, GL Weekend magazine
MD Scott Smurthwaite and Artistic Director Dean Brindley travelled to London to work on Alex Mullins’ Seventies-inspired collection for London Fashion Week Men’s in January 2017. Alex - who has worked with the likes of Alexander McQueen and Diane von Furstenberg - launched his eponymous label in 2014 and is now stocked by luxury stores across the world. Dean and Scott spent hours prepping models backstage for the runway show, which featured large, bold, simple prints, heavy fabrics and lots of exaggerated pocketing.
Party Hair Three Ways, Cotswold Life
The brief for Cotswold Life magazine’s December 2016 issue was party hair, three ways. With model and client Holly von Bock - an interior designer from the Cotswolds - Artistic Director Dean Brindley created a classic Hollywood wave, a relaxed, undone up-do and a wild party look - perfect for cocktails with the girls.
Dean Brindley appointed Artistic Director, Gloucestershire Echo, SouthWestBusiness, Punchline
Dean Brindley’s appointment as Artistic Director after 12 years as salon director in Cheltenham attracted so much coverage from the regional press. He talked about his plans for the future, with a focus on staff training and development to continue Cream’s award-winning work.
Our Gloucester salon team styled model Kylie for this shoot for Cotswold Essence magazine, creating a glamorous look for the party season.