Last week I attended the launch of the Peter Mark ‘Masters of Hair’ campaign. Peter Mark is a well-known name in hairdressing across Ireland, with many hair salons and lots of accolades through the years. The idea behind their ‘Masters of Hair’ campaign was to showcase the company’s position as a quality on-trend hair salon with highly trained hair stylists and colour technicians.
As I enjoyed the event with some fellow bloggers I certainly felt the pressure to make a change to my hair. The last time I spent a lot of money on my hair was actually in Peter Mark’s salon a good few years ago. Since then I’ve kept things low maintenance and just opt for a trim every three to four months.
I could definitely be tempted to go for the balayage effect after seeing the look on one of the Peter Mark models. Balayage is a French colouring technique which gives hair a sun-kissed look. Colour is applied freehand, without the use of foil or cap. This look really appeals to me as it means I won’t have to deal with horrible regrowth which I always hated when I dyed my hair blonde.
The Peter Mark team put on a great event at their flagship salon in Belfast’s Arthur Street. If you’re interested you may want to take part in their instagram competition for a chance to win one of 16 £50 gift vouchers. Take a selfie of yourself in a Peter Mark salon and upload it to your instragram account using #pmselfiestyle.
On the red carpet with Ian of Rogues and Brogues.
A captive audience at the Peter Mark Salon on Arthur Street, Belfast
Model showcasing the balayage effect.
With Louise of The Real Elle Woods.
Peter Mark’s ‘Masters of Hair’ stylists (l-r) Stephen Hanna, Cathy Moran, Alanda Patrick, and Alana Fitzpatrick are pictured with Peter Mark Area Manager Peter Wilkinson (centre).