BEST,BRIDAL,HAIRSTYLIST,UK 2016
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V Team

I am fortunate to have a great team to ensure that all aspects of my business run smoothly, so at Vicki Lord Bridal Hair, we can concentrate on making your day simply perfect. I have personally trained a select few talented hairstylists so that we can offer brides more flexibility with available dates, locations and fees.
The strong work ethic I gained during my time at Vidal Sassoons has stayed with me throughout my career and I ensure that my team continue to meet the same high standards. We are all proud of our reputation for creating exquisite bridal hair.
Every single bride is our V.I.P. and at Vicki Lord, we are committed to providing each of them with the highest level of skill and service. Find out more about the V Team hairdressers below.
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Amy Huttley
Amy is a fully qualified hairdresser, studying at the Central Hairdressing Academy in Essex. Having established her skills, Amy has dedicated her last five years understudying Vicki, developing her bridal hairdressing skills following Vicki’s ethos closely. Amy ensures that she creates “hairstyles that make the brides feel beautiful on their special day”. She mirrors Vicki’s passion and professionalism, whilst bringing her own style and creative approach to her brides. Amy is inspired by the “feel-good factor of making others feel good”, and her favourite styles include natural looks, loose messy curls and boho styles.
Claire Hunter Nevers
With 24 years hairdressing experience starting in Saks in Newcastle, Claire says, “By far my favourite part of my job is putting hair up for weddings and balls.” Claire’s passion grew for this during her time working on numerous cruise ships, “When every passenger is heading to the same cocktail party, you have to get inventive to ensure each guest looks different and feels amazing.” Claire has worked on a number of magazine photo shoots too, and this has given her experience working according to briefs and to tight deadlines, under pressure. It was her time working for L’Oreal Australia in 2000 that led to her do regular colour work. “I like all aspects of hairdressing and am glad I trained in blow-drying in the Farrah Fawcett era… there weren’t as many tools around in those days to assist with the final look, so it was a whole different ball game, and required patience and skill.” Claire works very quickly, but accurately too, and confesses to be “a perfectionist, and I love to be part of a bride’s special day and finish her look with an amazing hairstyle.”
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