Saturday, 17 December 2016

    Day 3 - Samantha Cusick London | 12 Days of Christmas

    I am funny when it comes to getting my hair cut, and panic about going to the hairdressers - so when I find a good place to go, I feel I need to share! I'd seen Samantha Cusick hairdressers on Instagram and heard through a few friends it's worth a visit. And, when I went I was certainly NOT disappointed. I have been going now since August and I would highly recommend you to pay a visit.


    On arrival you're asked if you would like a cocktail or soft drink and whilst having your hair washed they prepare said cocktail and serve with a side of popcorn - I mean, already, what's not to love; cocktails and popcorn. Oh and I didn't mention the popcorn is served in a copper pineapple!! Sidney the salon dog (Samantha's) is a bundle of cuteness and every single member of staff is friendly and welcoming.

    I have never dyed my hair before just because I really like the colour and wouldn't ever be sure what colour to go so for now i'll stick with my dark brown locks but if you check out their instagram page where you can see how amazing they are. The salon decor is beautiful and Samantha describes her vision which she has created so well by saying "I've hand picked the best bits of my journey and combined them into a space for you guys to enjoy!". 



    In the past few months they have now opened a barber section to the salon and I joked with Jake that we can go get our hair done together now, I say joke, I am being serious - haha! I know hair is a big thing to some people and getting the right cut and look is very personal, I just want to share my love for this Salon. They're located in Notting Hill just off Ladbroke Grove so ideal central location and I am sure you'll not be disappointed.

    Big shout out to Adam who always makes me feel so welcome and always there to have a good chat.

    For more information head to their website here!

    Lots of love,
    N x
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