Friday 11 September 2015

Launch of Rush Hair

It is so much fun to attend parties and events due to the work I do, and last night I had the pleasure of attending a glamorous party in Liverpool. The VIP launch of Rush Hair and Beauty was an exciting occasion to mark the opening of the first Rush Hair salon outside London. Housed in an elegant double fronted space at 11-13 Ranelagh Street in Liverpool city centre, the salon is perfectly located for having your hair styled before an evening out in the city or an afternoon of shopping!
The opening of the new salon heralds a very exciting time for the Rush Hair team as they continue to embark on their journey of expansion.This opening cements the reputation Rush Hair has built up over the last 21 years as one of the UK's most exciting hairdressing franchises.
The party was a thrilling occasion with delicious food, free flowing champagne cocktails courtesy of Levels and live music from the talented girl band Ego.

Celebrities such as the legendary footballer John Barnes, Big Brother star Mark Byron, Hollyoaks actors and model and celebrity Amanda Harrington were in attendance to enjoy the evening which included speeches and demonstrations of the luxurious styling treatments which will be offered by Rush.

Hollyoaks actors enjoyed the party.

Natalia Valenza with Big Brother star Mark Byron.

The new Rush Hair salon will employ over 50 staff from Liverpool and the surrounding area. Andy Phouli Chairman of Rush Hair believes the launch is a huge milestone for the company. The opening of the first Rush salon outside the South will mark an exciting new chapter in the career of Natalia Valenza, the proprietor of the Rush salon in Liverpool. This exciting career move is a milestone for the expert hair colourist and veteran stylist who has an impressive career history. 

Model and celebrity Amanda Harrington posed with the fun Rush photo frame! 

I had a lovely time at the party, enjoying the music and drinks whilst we chatted to guests and watched the styling demonstrations. I am looking forward to experiencing the Rush service soon, and the treatments offered at the stylish salon will include everything from a basic restyle to a full Brazilian Blow Dry.

Renowned stylist Lorraine McCulloch and guest enjoying the party. 

The goodie bags  at the party were filled with an array of treats, such as free treatments, champagne, Kérastase and L'Oréal products. Guests enjoyed soaking up the atmosphere of the new salon which is designed in a cool and minimalist aesthetic with large mirrors, leather seating and a spacious open plan feel. 

Natalia delivered a rousing speech to mark the occasion. 

Legendary Liverpool and England footballer John Barnes with Rush Hair bosses. 

Model Layla Flaherty with Natalia Valenza 

Delicious wine and cocktails to celebrate the occasion.

Luxury goodie bags. 

Live music from girl band Ego got the party started! 

 I had the pleasure of meeting  football legend John Barnes! 

It was a wonderful occasion and I enjoyed the party so much, as did all the other guests. Rush Hair will certainly be a very exciting addition to Liverpool and the bookings are flooding in for the luxurious treatments offered at the plush new salon. 

What do you all think, would you like to pop in to Rush Hair for a treatment? As always I can't wait to hear your thoughts and thank you so much for reading this post! 

Rush Liverpool
11/13 Ranelagh Street
L1 1JW

0151 601 8581 

Until next time,




  1. Oh that looks like such a fun event!

  2. I love getting my hair done! Looks like the perfect place to go (if I lived in London or Liverpool haha :)

  3. Amazing event! It looks super chic :)

  4. You dress is nice,I like this style.

  5. I love your handbag,and your style is so attract with me.

  6. At a Hawaiian style corporate holiday party, it would be a great idea to set your table with mismatched floral china (scour local thrift stores) or flowery plastic or paper plates. If you don't have a floral tablecloth or table runner, buy a few yards of fabric and trim to size with pinking shears.