Kenchez A-Lister hair

Consumers no longer need to head to London to find VIP-standard hairdressing – there is plenty of incredible talent to be discovered in salons across the UK. One Midlands salon group has caught our eye. They have been creating a photographic collection that screams A-list glamour. One that is very accessible, high-street way, if you see what we mean! In fact it’s CLASS-ic if that’s possible to say.
This collection from salon group, Kenchez, is aptly titled A-List Hair. The results reflect commercial hairdressing at its finest. Classic colours, classic styling, and a celebration of the versatility of long hair and commercial colour.


Karen Basra & Kenchez


For me this shoot had to showcase the work that we undertake in our salons,” says Kenchez founder, Karen Basra. “We are renowned for our commercial eye and how to attain volume and give clients totally wearable, maintainable hair.”
The collection of images features one brunette model, celebrating her luxurious hair in various styles,. It also includes a second model with gorgeous rose gold blonde hair in a stunning side-sweep.
A big shout out to the team behind the collection – hair and clothes styling by Karen Basra, and make-up by Krissy b.

At Colour World UK we believe in colourists being equally important as hairdressers to the success of a salon business! Clients deserve excellent colour services,  therefore embracing the importance of a great colour consultation through to end result is a crucial step for all salons to follow. We salute manufacturers and brands offering a great product innovation which therefore enable colour technicians to explore their creativity and offer a bespoke colour to every client. In additon we also offer colour conversation as well as inspiration for you to browse, and respect colour-focused education and events from what’s on and where, to our own Colour World UK event 2018 which support our industry and promise to do our best to bring you news and information to help you succeed.

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