We were fortunate enough to grab a quick coffee with celebrity stylist David Gillson to discuss haircare and this is what we unpacked.
Q: What is the best product for dry, damaged hair?
A: Nourishing line
Q: What is the best product for fine, limp hair?
A: Volume shampoo and conditioner
Q: What is the best product for oily hair
A: Balancing shampoo and conditioner
Q: How did Issy’s London start?
A: Two friends and myself were discussing opening a salon in London, and then the universe blessed me.
Q: What are your favourite cafés to frequent around Issy’s?
A Baker & Spice, Wild by tart, Peggy Porschen, and Dominique Asel
Q: Why are so passionate about green beauty?
A: It’s important that we are all mindful and aware of the impact we have on our planet, we need to know what part we play, and what products we can use that have the least negative impact on both.
David’s Davines Product of the week:
Nou Nou shampoo and conditioner:
Ignore this low-res image because this range is absolutely fabulous for daily use. This range took my hair from damaged to looking great within a matter of a few short weeks. It is ideal for bleached hair, with highlights, or relaxed hair. Its formula is characterised by a rich and full-bodied foam, is designed to gently cleanse treated hair, giving it body and nourishment. This rich formula gently cleanses treated hair, giving it deep nourishment, hydration, and restoring its natural softness.
This conditioner is ideal for bleached hair. Its formula is designed to untangle treated hair, it also makes it soft and silky, giving it body and it does not weigh down the hair. The formula moisturises and nourishes the hair in depth making it easy to untangle and making it more manageable to deal with daily.
Shampoo R315 for 250ml
Conditioner R345 for 250ml