Dineh Mohajer was a young medical student when she took a fresh approach to painting nails and mixed two colours to create a powder-blue that not only became an accidental fashion trend in the 90’s but a multi-million dollar cosmetics business.
We love it when a client decides to make a colour change whether it’s a striking fashion statement or a move to embrace their grey. It’s our kind of “good problem” that has to be solved creatively, collaboratively and scientifically. There are times however when we have to say “no”.
We feel so lucky to be connected to a community of amazing people and florist, author, and perfumer, Saskia Havekes is one of them. She is the bees knees in floristry with a truly creative soul that is very much part of Crown Hair salon.
We are so excited to share that Crown Hair is a sustainable salon meaning we now recycle 95% of our waste thanks to Sustainable Salons Australia (SSA).
Our local industry had a major win recently with the NSW Government agreeing to keep the NSW Hairdresser's Act in place. The team at Crown Hair are incredibly grateful to the Australian Hairdressing Council (AHC) for its stand on the value of our profession and this remarkable achievement.
We love our product range and make no apologies for how much we bang on about it. Every single product we use has been selected for a specific purpose and does something like no other.
Creative entrepreneur, Parish Stapleton, popped in to Crown Hair this week to offer an exclusive taste of Kakadu Plum with a little story on who’s doing what at The Bachelor mansion.
Crown’s Sophie Mosca ticked a must off her stylist bucket recently when she visited the Y.S Park in Tokyo and walked out with a set of hair tools to add to her already enviable kit.
From fashion on the street and handcrafted combs to Issey Miyake and non 80’s perms, it seems the Crown team are indulging in a little crush on Japan at the moment.
Mia Wasikowska covers the latest issue of Vogue Australia and is sporting hair coloured by Crown’s very own Kathy Gilbert. We sat down with Editorial Stylist, Sophie Roberts, who Kathy worked with to achieve the look.
It’s hard to pinpoint just where we began, because we’ve known each other and worked together on and off for around 20 years. If pressed we might say it started with a quiet after work drink at the Albury in the 90s.
Kathy and Mark trained at a hugely innovative time, when iconic hairdresser Vidal Sassoon had revolutionised the hairdressing industry with the five point cut and the asymmetric bob.