Friday, 12 July 2013

On the road...

The beauty of being a mobile Hair Stylist is that I am free to roam where my stocking-ed feet will drive me. You have all now been introduced to the Lucille's Locks mobile salon, all colour co-ordinated obviously!! It's pretty fun visiting different people's humble abodes, but it's an even better day when I can work in the surroundings of a Charity-come-Vintage shop.

One day last week I set up shop in a small corner with beautiful dressing tables, 50's cabinets and tea sets keeping me company- heaven knows how they didn't all come home with me!

I was there for the opening of Nottingham's newest go-to place for Vintage and Retro furniture; Sue Ryder. Most of my pieces at home were from another branch of Sue Ryder, so I fear I may be back sharpish. Unfortunately I was rather late enquiring about the baby pink hood dryer they had in the window....

The Mayor of Nottingham came to open the whole she-bang and expressed great interest in the 40s and 50s tea sets, a lady with great taste!

Hey Ladies, the salon is open!

Here are a few examples of some of the styles I created on the day. Well, I had to make sure the lovely staff had a 'do to match their lovely surroundings!

I couldn't leave without taking home a little something from my day, so here is me putting my 50's bowls to good use in the garden.

Here is the Sue Ryder Goosegate shop's facebook page. Make sure you local lasses pay them a visit!

Love as always, Lucille xx


  1. Fabulous! I hope this is on our list to visit for a spot of shopping in a couple of weeks ;)


  2. Hello, I'm here again, seeing updates. Excellent post, congratulations.
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  3. Dear,
    the dressing tables are beautiful, indeed.
    Your apron is divine!

    Have a great day