Rush have a chain of salons across London and the south east and are celebrating their 20th birthday this year. The TCR branch has been there for about 7 years, and I was amazed to hear that a lot of the staff have been there since it opened. You don’t often get that with salons, so it must be a great place to work.
|The finished look|
|The finished look from the back|
After my colour was rinsed off, a conditioning treatment was put on to add plenty of moisture into my bleached ends and after an amazing head massage, I was lead back to my chair for a cut and blow dry.
I've been trying to grow my hair for a while now, so I was keen not to lose too much length, so Jonni gave everything a good trim, removing all the dry ends, but leaving as much length as possible. Jonni styled my hair straight using some Kerastase products, and I was left with super soft, shiny hair that I always struggle to recreate at home (seriously, I need to go on a blow-drying course or something).
Trying out a new salon is always a bit of a nervous experience, but I felt really at ease at Rush, and Alex and Jonni did a great job of listening to what I wanted from my hair, making suggestions and making it feel like a really consultative process. I will definitely be going back there again in future and would highly recommend them.
If this salon is a bit out of your travel limits, there are over 60 more across London and the south east, including a massive flagship salon near Piccadilly Circus. My cut and colour was priced at around £115, although there are lots of different stylists at different prices to choose from. They also often do special offers on certain days, so look out for those if you plan to visit Rush soon.
Have you been to a Rush salon before? What did you think?