In a world where we are constantly connected in a superficial sense - to our phones, our emails, and our televisions - what does it mean to connect with ourselves in a truer sense, and more importantly, how do we do it?
As a business that is constantly evolving in our approach to living a more natural and sustainable life at work and at home, Jasmine Mayhead's sustainable fashion blog, Ethical Made Easy, is a popular one for our team and our clients.
If you've been to Bob recently, you'll have noticed the calming presence of our senior stylist Shannon Senol. With a passion for sustainability and animal welfare, Shannon's inquisitive nature into a more natural and sustainable hair industry made her the perfect fit for the Bob team.
Amanda Berry - co-founder and director of Bob - loves to colour blondes, but she wants to get one thing straight: you don't need toxic crap in your colouring products to achieve a great blonde. Ever been told by a friend or a hairdresser that, unfortunately, without the chemicals, your blonde won't work out all that well? Well, Amanda's calling crap on that.
At the onset of high winter, our moods and rituals begin to shift; we crave warmth and vitamin D, we cocoon our bodies in layers of comfort that has us forgetting to look after our skin, and we’re likely to attract a bit of a beating to the immune system.
In the salon, our directors Charlotte Archer and Amanda Berry are often asked for tips and advice on natural and sustainable products for the home; from the kitchen, to the laundry, and everything in between. Here, Charlotte Archer shares her favourite sustainable and natural products and home rituals.