At the end of November, I was invited to go to the Rush hair event in Birmingham. I had never been to the Rush in Birmingham, or any other of their stores for that matter, but I was excited to go along and see what it was all about!
After a bit of a detour with my Uber driver - I managed to arrive at Rush a little bit later than everyone else. The shop itself is really central, very easy to get to from Grand Central and the Bullring - I probably should have walked it really! But it was cold etc. As soon as I arrived, the team were really lovely and friendly. The store was really clean and modern. I was swiftly given a glass of prosecco and given a little talk about what was going on at the event.
There were a couple of different stations, one for colour checking and another for curling. But I think by the end, they all became styling stations. I chatted to a few bloggers, some that I've met before and a couple of newbies. It's always nice to catch up and see how everyone's getting on, as well as getting to know some more fellow brum bloggers!
After nibbling some snacks and sipping on the prosecco, I went with Richard to get my hair styled. I showed him my Hair Pinterest board, showing him some of my favourite things on there and he offered to do a knot design. He then proceeded to curl my hair, while I snapchatted and instastoried it, and then created magic with his hands. I have no idea how he did it, all I know is that there were bobby pins involved. Look how cool my hair looked!
I've struggled to find a hairdresser in Birmingham that I like. Every time I have gone, they've never dyed my hair as blonde as I would have liked it to have been. As a result, I've always been getting my hair done whenever I'm home for the holidays. But with my new discount cards in my goodie bag, and the 50% off colour on a Tuesdays - I will definitely be making Rush in Birmingham my first stop for when I next need my hair doing.
What do you think? Have you used Rush before?
Thank you for reading!
Love, Gweni xxx
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