Electric Hair Dispensary Launch – Harvey Nichols Edinburgh*


As I hinted at in my last post (here) two nights ago I enjoyed a wonderful evening in Harvey Nichols with Mark Woolley and his incredible Edinburgh team to celebrate the launch of the new Electric Hair Dispensary. It’s the only one of its type outside of London, and it’s a great idea. You can buy a duo of generous 500ml bottles (which have limited edition designs released each season) which is filled with your choice of Electric’s shampoo and conditioner in the salon from the achingly cool apothecary-esque dispensers.


Once you’ve worked your way through the bottles, you can then return to the salon to get them filled up again complete with a discount compared to the price you would pay for the regular bottles. Every season, Electric Hairdressing are going to team up with an artist to create a limited edition design, and at the moment Paloma Faith (an Electric Hair client) is currently designing the next duo! I couldn’t resist the gorgeous design coupled with their amazing Hydrating Shampoo, so obviously had to pick one up!


As if the unveiling of the dispensary wasn’t exciting enough, Mark and his team were also kind enough to give a couple of styling demonstrations which showed off how amazing the new Electric Hair Hairspray is! (You can read my review of it here.) The models gave the entire audience some serious hair envy, as Mark transformed the first girl from rollers, to sexy bedhead, to some incredible volume and then ended with a couple of ponytail ideas.


It seemed that all he had to do was spritz the hair and give it a few strokes with a brush to take it from one style to the next.


It was incredible to watch, and has rather inspired me to try to mix things up a little when it comes to my own hair as I do have a tendency to just opt for the same thing all the time!


We then heard from Steve Robinson who works out of Electric’s Oxford salon, and even though he had had an awful time trying to travel up to Edinburgh, he performed an incredible demonstration where he recreated a hairstyle from Harvey Nichols’ fashion show which had opened London Fashion week.


Again, the new ºC7 e.Spray played a major role in the look, as Steve used it to give hair a smooth, almost plastic-y sheen which was then contrasted with a rope braid.


I adored how sleek the whole look was, and it was amazing to see such an editorial look up close! Who knew a ponytail could be so chic?! As if the evening wasn’t great enough, we were sent home with goody bags containing samples of (my favourite) Hydrating Shampoo as well as prizes which included blow outs and the special edition bottles of shampoo and conditioner.

The special edition reusable 500ml bottles of shampoo and conditioner are £55 each and are on sale in-store.

Thank you so much to Harvey Nichols and Electric Hair for inviting me to the launch of the new Dispensary.

Electric Hairdressing ºC7 e.Spray*

Electric Hairdressing C-7 e-spray

Last night I had the incredible opportunity to meet Electric Hairdressing founder Mark Woolley as well as the incredible members of the Electric Hairdressing team from the Harvey Nichols salon in Edinburgh. As well as a rather exciting unveiling which I will tell you all about very soon (I have way too many photographs to edit), the night was also about celebrating the launch of the brand’s newest product – ºC7 e.Spray which is basically the best hairspray on the market!

C-7 e.spray Electric Hairdressing

The texture and performance of the hairspray has been inspired by on-set work done by the Electric Hairdressing team, so it provides hold and shine without feeling sticky, clumpy or gloopy. It applies to hair dry, so it keeps hair soft and sleek, and it can be used to create the most incredible styles. We saw the spray in action last night, and it created the most incredible big bouncy curls, bedhead waves and sleek ponytails in seriously quick succession. It’s also an amazing choice if you have coloured hair – rather than using alcohol like many other hairsprays, which can fade hair colour, Electric Hairdressing have opted for Cotton Oil Extract and Jojoba so lengths and ends will stay soft and conditioned and your colour will be safe! I’ve been reaching for my (huge) tin of ºC7 e.Spray ever since it came through the door. Since it’s been rather humid lately, the e.Spray works to keep my frizz-prone ends smooth, and it protects against the dreaded frizz! I absolutely love it for when I’m doing something a little special with my hair too! A few nights ago I popped a couple of rollers through the top layers of my hair, and gave them a blast of spray. My volume stayed all night, and the e.Spray never gives hair that weird stiff look. Not only this, but it’s perfect for summer as it contains ingredients which protect agains UV damage, meaning colour will stay fresh for as long as possible. Electric Hairdressing ºC7 e.Spray is priced at £17.50 and is available here.

Electric Hairdressing Volume Liquid Mist*

Electric Hairdressing Volume Liquid Mist-2


I’ve been in back-to-back meetings for the past few days, with little to no time in between to refresh my looks and stay boardroom-ready. So, in my efforts to maintain a bouncy blow dry all day, I’ve been turning to Electric Hairdressing’s Volume Liquid Mist.

Electric Hairdressing Volume Liquid Mist

Once I’ve washed and towel dried my hair, I squirt a little of the Volume Liquid Mist over my roots, and brush in. I love the industrial-looking nozzle, and it makes getting an even application a breeze.  I then get to grips with a large round brush and a hairdryer, making sure to blow down the hair shaft, and tuck my ends in. The Liquid Volume Mist gives amazing root lift without product build-up, and it lasts all day.

The Liquid Volume Mist costs £18.50  and is available here.

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