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The Chop!

Sophie Elkan
“ All stylists and colourists have been handpicked and approved as working to the standards Electric seek to maintain”
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Winter + lockdown + central heating + ignominious attempts to cut my own fringe = one thing. I need a decent haircut. Just me? I doubt it. Luckily, I also know where to get one. Prior to Lockdown 2.0 I had a memorable cut at Electric London’s new enterprise, Current Works on St Ebbes Street in Central Oxford. The concept is great: a shared workspace for freelance creatives. All stylists and colourists have been handpicked and approved as working to the standards Electric seek to maintain – and that standard is gratifyingly high. COVID safety regulations are firmly in place, and despite this there is still an enjoyable and discernible buzz to be found in this friendly, urban-chic salon. Whilst you’re there stock up on Electric’s product range; the anti-static Hydrate shampoo and conditioner work really well to combat hat-head.

Current Works by Electric, 34 St Ebbes St, Oxford OX1 1PU

01865 790440

Instagram @current_works_oxford

Twitter @Electric_London


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Thu 21 Oct 2021

No longer is it acceptable to countdown to Christmas with only chocolate so we have complied a list of some of our favourite beauty advent calendars.

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Wed 6 Oct 2021

Get your point across by letting your accessories do the talking

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Wed 6 Oct 2021

The Ultimate Wedding Prep:

A CACI non-surgical facelift and hand treatment at Cedar Therapy

When I was offered the chance to try a CACI facial I jumped and I’m not even getting married this summer. After all, twenty years of medical research have gone into the development of CACI’s non-surgical facials and they’re pretty much legendary within the industry.

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Wed 6 Oct 2021

Doubtless this is some sort of reaction to months of neutral but cosy leisurewear but colour has never looked quite so exciting. Colour blocking and co-ords are reigning supreme, but the beauty of the colour wheel is it helps keep your tones grouped (warm or cool) or it can be used as a quick guide to contrasting or clashing shades which look surprisingly, fantastically ‘fashion’ when worn together.