Anyone who lives in central London knows that getting a weekly blow-dry is a stretch. Starting at around £45 a pop in a reputable salon it can quickly start totting up, especially if you’re in need of red-carpet ready hair or an updo. The alternative to this is to visit one of the numerous generic blow-dry bars that are spreading like wildfire that offer a one size-fits-all style and is filled to the brim with inexperienced stylists that want you to get out of the door faster than a school fire-drill.
Duck & Dry immediately caught my attention, especially after finding out one of the founders was hairdresser to the stars Snowden Hill. Snowden and I met when he was responsible for creating the most beautiful heads of hair at my best friends magnificent destination wedding a few years ago. He instantly put five picky bridesmaids and a bride walking into a rather large wedding at ease, ensuring that everyone was looked after, organised and most importantly happy. Partnering up with former management consultant Yulia Roarstrom (who funnily enough also had Snowden do her wedding hair), Duck & Dry was born.
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