Everything you need to know about the new Lush HairLab coming to Brighton this autumn
Lush is opening its first hair salon in Brighton, set to cater for all hair types, reduce salon waste and feature a unique ‘spa for your head’.
The Lush HairLab – coming to Trafalgar Street autumn 2023 – is a salon embracing a holistic approach to hairdressing and barbering, welcoming clients with all hair types to be free to be themselves, and leave as they’d like to be.
The salon will also feature a botanical wash room where clients are bathed in light and sound, with hair and scalp treated with the choice of hard or soft water, using Lush’s award-winning hair care products and herbal infusions.
A team of texture-specialist hair artists listens intently to the client’s desires, working in collaboration with them to express their personal aesthetic like never before.
Brighton’s Lush HairLab is determined to revolutionise the hair industry, using natural hair colouring and reducing salon waste.
Rubbish produced by the hairdressing sector in the UK could fill 50 football stadiums every year. Most of it – including aluminium foil, dye tubes and the majority of cut hair – is sent straight to landfill, even though foil can be recycled an infinite number of times.
Hair cuttings are also usually thrown in the bin, despite the fact that these can be used to soak up oil from the ocean floor and help fertilise food crops!
Washing, cutting and styling are further complimented by Lush’s henna hair dye – a natural hair colouring choice.
To fit with Lush’s ‘all are welcome, always’ philosophy, the HairLab will offer no-mirror and silent treatments, quiet hours with reduced music and lighting, and gender-affirming events, such as trans masculine shaving workshops.
LUSH HAIR CUTS from £70
LUSH HAIR STYLING from £55
LUSH HENNA from £80
LUSH HEAD SPA from £70
Notes to Editors
Since establishing over 27 years ago, Lush has been driven by innovation and its ethics. Creators of pioneering beauty products, one of Lush’s most well known creations is the bath bomb. Invented in 1989 by Lush Co-Founder Mo Constantine in her garden shed, bath bombs have become a global sensation – all hand pressed in Lush’s own manufacturing sites across the world, Lush sold over 40.5 million last year.
A beauty company with a campaigning heart, Lush is on a mission to create a product for every need and a cosmetic revolution to save the planet. The ultimate goal is to leave the world Lusher than we found it. Lush operates a strict policy against animal testing and leads the cosmetics industry in combating over-packaging by developing products that can be sold ‘naked’ to the consumer. Lush Digital champions ethical hardware, ethical data, ethical design and open source technologies and we support and elevate communities who feel the same.
Today, Lush operates in 49 countries with over 900 shops, 38 websites shipping worldwide and a global network of native apps, broadcasting channels and digital communities in over 30 languages.