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Bad Apple New Creative Hair Force in Birmingham

Thursday, 20 October 2016 09:15

Bad Apple, known for its quirkiness, creativity and professionalism, has strengthened its reputation as a hairdressing force in the Midlands after re-opening to reveal a total refit that incredibly took less than two weeks. 

 

Led by Creative Director, Adrian Tams and Managing Director, Gavin Mills, Bad Apple has an ambitious development programme and is definitely a hairdressing force to watch.  The salon recently re-opened after a refit that took just 9 days, meaning that a team of 8 builders worked around the clock to ensure the salon was closed for the least number of working-hours possible. With a complete redesign and a rebuild that encompassed everything from electrics to the reception desk, this was something of a major feat. The builders also maintained the total budget of £40,000. This latest refurbishment follows the design of their recently opened Academy, with strong colours, a pristine, clean appearance and a great retail area.

The new salon was opened by celebrity Lauren Pope. The model who found fame in The Only Way is Essex, now owns Hair Rehab London clip-in extensions, which are stocked in Bad Apple salons.  The salon stocks TIGI and at the opening clients and guests were treated to TIGI Goodie Bags.

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