The condition of your hair is the start of a great hair style. We can offer a bespoke treatments and keratin Complex blow-dry services… to suit your hair type and improve the condition of your hair. Speak to your stylist for their expert advice for what will be best for you.

Rather than just abandoning your razor and hoping for the best, start by arming yourself with a pair of clippers, a comb and a jar of Uppercut Deluxe Mo Wax. If your moustache seems a little thin and wispy at first, don’t be discouraged; it may just need some time to grow out. Once it’s long enough, give your mo a trim. Be careful to only trim your moustache when it’s dry; water can weigh your facial hair down, making it appear longer, and you may end up cutting off too much.

When it’s grown in properly, take some Uppercut Deluxe Mo Wax to give your ‘stache some style. To apply, take a small amount of the product and carefully spread it across the length of your moustache with your fingertips. You can also use a comb if you’d like, to ensure even coverage. Uppercut Deluxe Mo Wax was designed to be lightweight and subtly scented, with strong hold for creating different moustache styles.

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Curated by Rolling Stone, Live Lodge is a music event that runs for three weeks, featuring some of Sydney’s best local and international performance artists. Located just around the corner from the Rolling Stone offices, the Newtown Social Club hosted an all-night set from Aussie band Boy and Bear to kick off the event, with guests also treated to local acts and a theatrical performance by Jack Colwell.

It was an anything goes kind of night, with apple bobbing, custom cocktails and tunes provided by DJ Jones Jr to keep the dance floor pumping. The turnout was huge, with people queueing.up at the door for their chance to check out the bands and have their hair styled by Tommy J and Phil. It wasn’t long before the venue was packed