First Lincoln hair show launched in memory of salon founder

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Salon Two will be hosting Lincoln’s first hair show in memory of their founder, Richard Slight, who died earlier this year.

The show will be taking place on Wednesday, November 2 at The Drill Hall and the team hopes to raise as much money as possible for St Barnabas Hospice.

The show starts at 7pm and tickets are priced at £20 per person, which can be purchased at either of the Salons in Lincoln or on the door at the event.


Eighteen stylists will work with 90 models in the show

Eighteen Salon Two stylists from both the Burton Road and High Street branches will be preparing around 90 models to take to the runway.

Hosting the evening will be the UK’s number one Gary Barlow Tribute act Dan Hadfield, who will also be singing at the event.

There will also be a performance from Sarah Hogan’s Movement Academy dance troupe and a Luxury Charity Auction.


Richard sadly passed away earlier this year

Rachel Haddock, Director at the Salon Two Burton Road branch, said: “The Salon Two team often get involved with photo shoots and session styling and love creating something a little different to our day to day salon work.

“A hair show is a great way for us to take this to the next level and showcase our stylists work and creativity to an audience.

“We also wanted to put the event on to raise money and support for the wonderful St Barnabas Hospice – a cause very close the salon’s heart.


Tickets for the show are priced at £20 per person

“The Hospice relies solely on support from charity and fundraising efforts and would not be able to deliver the service and care that they do without this help.”

Ticket holders will also have guest list entrance to an after party, which will be held at Lola Lo’s Nightclub.