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Betty's main interest lies in styling rockabilly/fifties hair and previously having had a salon in Toulouse she is well known in that subculture.
So if you are in London and want killer hair you know where to go. Rather Miss Betty's parlour is highly feminine, all red velvet and black chandeliers.The pictures on the walls of glamorous screen legends and rockabilly hussies are better than rows of asinine pictures of gormless looking models.In fact his barbershop 'Something Hells' takes up the front part of the establishment.His expertise attracts a steady stream of gentlemen (and the occasional lady) who wants the perfect quiff or DA.What stands out the most is that you do not feel isolated from other users of the salon, on Saturdays it is busy but you feel that you can chat with others, or not, as you wish.
It also makes a difference that whilst you wait you actually get to listen to good music.
The first thing I did upon becoming 13, and in my eyes a 'teenager', was to buy a bottle of jet black L'Oreal Recital and eliminate the dull brown locks I was cursed with.
My father said I resembled a witch; I was delighted.
) and when not around experts like Betty you end up battling with rollers, stuck with more pins that a zombie doll and drenched in Elnett.
However stylists like Betty make life a lot easier, and you know where to go for that knock-out hairstyle when you need it.
In New Bond Street I heard someone say as I passed 'she's probably here for London Fashion Week'..entirely down to Betty's styling.