Hi, my name is Abby and I'm a style director at Harrison Hair Studio. My career began in 2010 and since starting HHS in November 2013 I've been given some amazing opportunities. I love all areas of hairdressing but I'm most passionate about occasion hair, hair ups and creative colour. 2015 was my first real exciting year. It was the first year I really had the chance to work on various photoshoots and events including creating looks for boutique portfolios and magazine editorials. One of my favourites was our advertising campaign, as the images were used for our entry to the L'Oreal Colour Trophy 2015. We managed to get through to the North West Regional Finals on two categories. I was part of the team for the Men's Image Award and my role was to create a colour for our model, before styling his hair on the competition night. We managed to come 14th out of hundreds of applicants, which isn't too bad first time competitors! In 2016 I completely topped all I had previous done,  after an amazing photoshoot the salon entered the L'Oreal Colour Trophy award again and sailed through the photographic stage with a great image of our model Emily.  I was chosen by Tanya and Barry to be the head stylist of our team in the main colour trophy award which was a great honour.  We beat the odds and out of over 900 salons we actually won the Northwest L'Oreal award and got through to the national final in London which was hosted by Radio 1's Nick Grimshaw.  This was an amazing achievement as L'Oreal told us we where the 1st Liverpool salon to reach the national final in about 10 years, the last one being Barbara Daley with Tanya on the team!  We didn't win at London but being Listed as 1 of the top 35 salons in the Uk was good enough and the experiences we had will set us up well in years to come. When I'm not working in the salon, I am in university studying to become a hairdresser teaching assessors and I also volunteer one day a week at Mode Training to coach level 2 hairdressers as part of my qualification.  Hairdressing is a job where you never stop learning, so with some of the best experience in the industry, I'm lucky to work along side Tanya and the tutors at Mode.

Hi, my name is Abby and I'm a style director at Harrison Hair Studio.

My career began in 2010 and since starting HHS in November 2013 I've been given some amazing opportunities. I love all areas of hairdressing but I'm most passionate about occasion hair, hair ups and creative colour.

2015 was my first real exciting year. It was the first year I really had the chance to work on various photoshoots and events including creating looks for boutique portfolios and magazine editorials. One of my favourites was our advertising campaign, as the images were used for our entry to the L'Oreal Colour Trophy 2015. We managed to get through to the North West Regional Finals on two categories. I was part of the team for the Men's Image Award and my role was to create a colour for our model, before styling his hair on the competition night. We managed to come 14th out of hundreds of applicants, which isn't too bad first time competitors!

In 2016 I completely topped all I had previous done,  after an amazing photoshoot the salon entered the L'Oreal Colour Trophy award again and sailed through the photographic stage with a great image of our model Emily.  I was chosen by Tanya and Barry to be the head stylist of our team in the main colour trophy award which was a great honour.  We beat the odds and out of over 900 salons we actually won the Northwest L'Oreal award and got through to the national final in London which was hosted by Radio 1's Nick Grimshaw.  This was an amazing achievement as L'Oreal told us we where the 1st Liverpool salon to reach the national final in about 10 years, the last one being Barbara Daley with Tanya on the team!  We didn't win at London but being Listed as 1 of the top 35 salons in the Uk was good enough and the experiences we had will set us up well in years to come.

When I'm not working in the salon, I am in university studying to become a hairdresser teaching assessors and I also volunteer one day a week at Mode Training to coach level 2 hairdressers as part of my qualification.  Hairdressing is a job where you never stop learning, so with some of the best experience in the industry, I'm lucky to work along side Tanya and the tutors at Mode.

Name: Abby Daly

Position: Style Director

Favorite Restaurant: Matou

Favorite Book: The Secret by Rhanda Byrne

Favorite Films: Grown Ups, My Best Friends Wedding

Hobbies: Fitness, Fashion & Munchie nights with my little girl

 

You can book in with Abby:

Monday: 9:00 - 5:00

Friday: 9:30 - 7:00

Saturday: 8:30 - 5:30

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