Salon before slice. Taming tresses at the US Open
When it comes to tennis’ biggest stage, looking good means feeling extra confident on court. If you’ve been to New York City in late August/early September you know it’s predictably hot and muggy which means SUPER frizzy hair – not a good look. Can’t have that when you’re a top tennis player being broadcast round the globe.
Enter one of NYC’s toniest salons, Julien Farel. Farel, the salon’s namesake and owner, will once again open a pop-up player’s salon at the U.S. Open. To celebrate, the shop’s Masters got creative and had some fun doing up some mah-velous ‘dos’ – see below video — not for the courts of course but I like this kind of brainstorming Very un-boardroom. How about that modified beehive with tennis ball garland?