COLOURFUL CONVERSATIONS WITH NYLON AND BROWN BROTHERS!
To celebrate Colourful Conversations at Nylon… we are running a fun giveaway!
Simply answer the question on the Colourful Conversation card to go into the draw to WIN a fabulous prize pack! Included is a bottle of Brown Brothers Moscato Wine, a pack of Brown Brothers Colourful Conversation Cards and a complimentary Nylon Blow-wave.
Head over to our Instagram page to enter. Best of luck! xx
If you are one of the many Nylonistas who loves to indulge in a glass (or two) when you visit us, then you will LOVE this… Nylon is now serving delicious Brown Brothers wine to make our late nights even more delectable.
COLOURFUL CONVERSATION CARDS
If that’s not enough to get the party started we have also introduced Brown Brothers Colourful Conversation cards into the salon. So much fun (and fits of laughter) are being had with these fabulous little cards! Next time you’re in I’m sure you’ll enjoy thinking about and engaging with our Colourful Conversation Card of the day 🙂
We love that your Nylon salon experience is not only about great hair.. but also about great conversation and if you feel like it.. great wine!
Stay tuned to our Social Media for Brown Brothers giveaways coming up over the next few weeks.
The gorgeous Camelia tells Nylon all about the latest Winter 2015 colours & prints. Along with wise words and practical advice on how to be true to your own sense of style.
“The strongest colour trends this Winter season at Camelia are navy (yay for that rinse and repeat colour trend) and magenta, maroon and burgundy.
In the print department, animal print and stripe fans will rejoice at the return of these perennial classic fashion options. You can never have too many of either we say!
As with all trends, never ever feel that you should follow all – or any – of them. If the trends don’t represent who you are then become confident in choosing new fashion pieces that make you feel fabulous, regardless of whether they are on trend. At Camelia we take pride in helping you to understand your own personal sense of style.
You don’t ever have to follow trends in order to have your own personal style”.