Jason J Lawrence
Hairstylist
E: jasonjlawrence@yahoo.com
Jason J Lawrence
Inertia
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Trevor Sorbie Male Grooming Shoot. 
Hair by Trevor Sorbie Art Team Part Deux. 
Photography by Jason Lawrence.
Trevor Sorbie Male Grooming Shoot. 
Hair by Trevor Sorbie Art Team Part Deux. 
Photography by Jason Lawrence.
Trevor Sorbie Male Grooming Shoot. 
Hair by Trevor Sorbie Art Team Part Deux. 
Photography by Jason Lawrence.
Flow. Schön Magazine
A Very Good Hair Day
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luciekerley:

#BLOGGED| Tried and Tested - My trip to @TrevorSorbie, Covent Garden on Wednesday was brilliant. 
Stylist @jasonlawrence83 truly looked after my Cosmo Blog Awards hair needs. 
I felt utterly spoilt. 
The Covent Garden salon on Floral Street has a very welcoming feel. They even have their own Baristas!
There’s a nail bar (a file & Polish is about £15) and even eyebrow threading to indulge in - should you feel the need, and plenty of smiles from the Trevor Sorbie team.
Jason asked what kind of look I was after. I explained what the dress looked like that I wanted to wear and that my hair is usually worn quite unruly, so it might be nice to look a little bit more polished for this particular occasion.
They treated it to L’Oreal Chroma colour conditioner No.4, a lovely orangey/coppery colour that would enhance my existing one, which had, as usual after 3 weeks, faded a little.
After my hair was washed, Jason treated my locks to some serum, mousse and heat protector. They definitely made it shine.
He curled the lengths around a brush and pinned each section in place, allowing it to cool and set, which created a nice natural-looking wave.
Once all the hair had been pinned into place, Jason unraveled each section and combed it through gently.
We spoke about the in-depth training that each of Trevor Sorbie’s stylists must go through. I know this sounds daft, but it filled me with such reassurance hearing how gruelling an experience it is, so it’s highly unlikely you’ll ever have a bad hair cut after visiting one of his Salons. Well done Trevor.
Trevor Sorbie have a really cool ‘tips and advice’ section on their website full of hair how to’s, which is definitely worth exploring and pinning if you’re planning a look for a night out or even a wedding.
If you’re interested in a career in hairdressing, check out Trevor Sorbie’s video below.

A huge thank you to my stylist Jason and the Trevor Sorbie, Covent Garden salon for fitting me in for a complimentary hair session. I had a hoot and was very very happy with my hair.
Trevor Sorbie
27 Floral Street, Covent Garden London, WC2E 9DP
T. +44 (0) 207 379 6901
E. Click here to Email the Salon
Manager: Sue Haydon

Covent Garden Opening Times
Monday-Tuesday 10am - 7pm
Wednesday 10am - 8pm
Thursday 10am - 8:30pm
Friday 10am - 8:30pm
Saturday 9am - 6:30pm
Sunday CLOSED
 
Photography © Lucie Kerley
luciekerley:

#BLOGGED| Tried and Tested - My trip to @TrevorSorbie, Covent Garden on Wednesday was brilliant. 
Stylist @jasonlawrence83 truly looked after my Cosmo Blog Awards hair needs. 
I felt utterly spoilt. 
The Covent Garden salon on Floral Street has a very welcoming feel. They even have their own Baristas!
There’s a nail bar (a file & Polish is about £15) and even eyebrow threading to indulge in - should you feel the need, and plenty of smiles from the Trevor Sorbie team.
Jason asked what kind of look I was after. I explained what the dress looked like that I wanted to wear and that my hair is usually worn quite unruly, so it might be nice to look a little bit more polished for this particular occasion.
They treated it to L’Oreal Chroma colour conditioner No.4, a lovely orangey/coppery colour that would enhance my existing one, which had, as usual after 3 weeks, faded a little.
After my hair was washed, Jason treated my locks to some serum, mousse and heat protector. They definitely made it shine.
He curled the lengths around a brush and pinned each section in place, allowing it to cool and set, which created a nice natural-looking wave.
Once all the hair had been pinned into place, Jason unraveled each section and combed it through gently.
We spoke about the in-depth training that each of Trevor Sorbie’s stylists must go through. I know this sounds daft, but it filled me with such reassurance hearing how gruelling an experience it is, so it’s highly unlikely you’ll ever have a bad hair cut after visiting one of his Salons. Well done Trevor.
Trevor Sorbie have a really cool ‘tips and advice’ section on their website full of hair how to’s, which is definitely worth exploring and pinning if you’re planning a look for a night out or even a wedding.
If you’re interested in a career in hairdressing, check out Trevor Sorbie’s video below.

A huge thank you to my stylist Jason and the Trevor Sorbie, Covent Garden salon for fitting me in for a complimentary hair session. I had a hoot and was very very happy with my hair.
Trevor Sorbie
27 Floral Street, Covent Garden London, WC2E 9DP
T. +44 (0) 207 379 6901
E. Click here to Email the Salon
Manager: Sue Haydon

Covent Garden Opening Times
Monday-Tuesday 10am - 7pm
Wednesday 10am - 8pm
Thursday 10am - 8:30pm
Friday 10am - 8:30pm
Saturday 9am - 6:30pm
Sunday CLOSED
 
Photography © Lucie Kerley
luciekerley:

#BLOGGED| Tried and Tested - My trip to @TrevorSorbie, Covent Garden on Wednesday was brilliant. 
Stylist @jasonlawrence83 truly looked after my Cosmo Blog Awards hair needs. 
I felt utterly spoilt. 
The Covent Garden salon on Floral Street has a very welcoming feel. They even have their own Baristas!
There’s a nail bar (a file & Polish is about £15) and even eyebrow threading to indulge in - should you feel the need, and plenty of smiles from the Trevor Sorbie team.
Jason asked what kind of look I was after. I explained what the dress looked like that I wanted to wear and that my hair is usually worn quite unruly, so it might be nice to look a little bit more polished for this particular occasion.
They treated it to L’Oreal Chroma colour conditioner No.4, a lovely orangey/coppery colour that would enhance my existing one, which had, as usual after 3 weeks, faded a little.
After my hair was washed, Jason treated my locks to some serum, mousse and heat protector. They definitely made it shine.
He curled the lengths around a brush and pinned each section in place, allowing it to cool and set, which created a nice natural-looking wave.
Once all the hair had been pinned into place, Jason unraveled each section and combed it through gently.
We spoke about the in-depth training that each of Trevor Sorbie’s stylists must go through. I know this sounds daft, but it filled me with such reassurance hearing how gruelling an experience it is, so it’s highly unlikely you’ll ever have a bad hair cut after visiting one of his Salons. Well done Trevor.
Trevor Sorbie have a really cool ‘tips and advice’ section on their website full of hair how to’s, which is definitely worth exploring and pinning if you’re planning a look for a night out or even a wedding.
If you’re interested in a career in hairdressing, check out Trevor Sorbie’s video below.

A huge thank you to my stylist Jason and the Trevor Sorbie, Covent Garden salon for fitting me in for a complimentary hair session. I had a hoot and was very very happy with my hair.
Trevor Sorbie
27 Floral Street, Covent Garden London, WC2E 9DP
T. +44 (0) 207 379 6901
E. Click here to Email the Salon
Manager: Sue Haydon

Covent Garden Opening Times
Monday-Tuesday 10am - 7pm
Wednesday 10am - 8pm
Thursday 10am - 8:30pm
Friday 10am - 8:30pm
Saturday 9am - 6:30pm
Sunday CLOSED
 
Photography © Lucie Kerley
luciekerley:

#BLOGGED| Tried and Tested - My trip to @TrevorSorbie, Covent Garden on Wednesday was brilliant. 
Stylist @jasonlawrence83 truly looked after my Cosmo Blog Awards hair needs. 
I felt utterly spoilt. 
The Covent Garden salon on Floral Street has a very welcoming feel. They even have their own Baristas!
There’s a nail bar (a file & Polish is about £15) and even eyebrow threading to indulge in - should you feel the need, and plenty of smiles from the Trevor Sorbie team.
Jason asked what kind of look I was after. I explained what the dress looked like that I wanted to wear and that my hair is usually worn quite unruly, so it might be nice to look a little bit more polished for this particular occasion.
They treated it to L’Oreal Chroma colour conditioner No.4, a lovely orangey/coppery colour that would enhance my existing one, which had, as usual after 3 weeks, faded a little.
After my hair was washed, Jason treated my locks to some serum, mousse and heat protector. They definitely made it shine.
He curled the lengths around a brush and pinned each section in place, allowing it to cool and set, which created a nice natural-looking wave.
Once all the hair had been pinned into place, Jason unraveled each section and combed it through gently.
We spoke about the in-depth training that each of Trevor Sorbie’s stylists must go through. I know this sounds daft, but it filled me with such reassurance hearing how gruelling an experience it is, so it’s highly unlikely you’ll ever have a bad hair cut after visiting one of his Salons. Well done Trevor.
Trevor Sorbie have a really cool ‘tips and advice’ section on their website full of hair how to’s, which is definitely worth exploring and pinning if you’re planning a look for a night out or even a wedding.
If you’re interested in a career in hairdressing, check out Trevor Sorbie’s video below.

A huge thank you to my stylist Jason and the Trevor Sorbie, Covent Garden salon for fitting me in for a complimentary hair session. I had a hoot and was very very happy with my hair.
Trevor Sorbie
27 Floral Street, Covent Garden London, WC2E 9DP
T. +44 (0) 207 379 6901
E. Click here to Email the Salon
Manager: Sue Haydon

Covent Garden Opening Times
Monday-Tuesday 10am - 7pm
Wednesday 10am - 8pm
Thursday 10am - 8:30pm
Friday 10am - 8:30pm
Saturday 9am - 6:30pm
Sunday CLOSED
 
Photography © Lucie Kerley
luciekerley:

#BLOGGED| Tried and Tested - My trip to @TrevorSorbie, Covent Garden on Wednesday was brilliant. 
Stylist @jasonlawrence83 truly looked after my Cosmo Blog Awards hair needs. 
I felt utterly spoilt. 
The Covent Garden salon on Floral Street has a very welcoming feel. They even have their own Baristas!
There’s a nail bar (a file & Polish is about £15) and even eyebrow threading to indulge in - should you feel the need, and plenty of smiles from the Trevor Sorbie team.
Jason asked what kind of look I was after. I explained what the dress looked like that I wanted to wear and that my hair is usually worn quite unruly, so it might be nice to look a little bit more polished for this particular occasion.
They treated it to L’Oreal Chroma colour conditioner No.4, a lovely orangey/coppery colour that would enhance my existing one, which had, as usual after 3 weeks, faded a little.
After my hair was washed, Jason treated my locks to some serum, mousse and heat protector. They definitely made it shine.
He curled the lengths around a brush and pinned each section in place, allowing it to cool and set, which created a nice natural-looking wave.
Once all the hair had been pinned into place, Jason unraveled each section and combed it through gently.
We spoke about the in-depth training that each of Trevor Sorbie’s stylists must go through. I know this sounds daft, but it filled me with such reassurance hearing how gruelling an experience it is, so it’s highly unlikely you’ll ever have a bad hair cut after visiting one of his Salons. Well done Trevor.
Trevor Sorbie have a really cool ‘tips and advice’ section on their website full of hair how to’s, which is definitely worth exploring and pinning if you’re planning a look for a night out or even a wedding.
If you’re interested in a career in hairdressing, check out Trevor Sorbie’s video below.

A huge thank you to my stylist Jason and the Trevor Sorbie, Covent Garden salon for fitting me in for a complimentary hair session. I had a hoot and was very very happy with my hair.
Trevor Sorbie
27 Floral Street, Covent Garden London, WC2E 9DP
T. +44 (0) 207 379 6901
E. Click here to Email the Salon
Manager: Sue Haydon

Covent Garden Opening Times
Monday-Tuesday 10am - 7pm
Wednesday 10am - 8pm
Thursday 10am - 8:30pm
Friday 10am - 8:30pm
Saturday 9am - 6:30pm
Sunday CLOSED
 
Photography © Lucie Kerley
luciekerley:

#BLOGGED| Tried and Tested - My trip to @TrevorSorbie, Covent Garden on Wednesday was brilliant. 
Stylist @jasonlawrence83 truly looked after my Cosmo Blog Awards hair needs. 
I felt utterly spoilt. 
The Covent Garden salon on Floral Street has a very welcoming feel. They even have their own Baristas!
There’s a nail bar (a file & Polish is about £15) and even eyebrow threading to indulge in - should you feel the need, and plenty of smiles from the Trevor Sorbie team.
Jason asked what kind of look I was after. I explained what the dress looked like that I wanted to wear and that my hair is usually worn quite unruly, so it might be nice to look a little bit more polished for this particular occasion.
They treated it to L’Oreal Chroma colour conditioner No.4, a lovely orangey/coppery colour that would enhance my existing one, which had, as usual after 3 weeks, faded a little.
After my hair was washed, Jason treated my locks to some serum, mousse and heat protector. They definitely made it shine.
He curled the lengths around a brush and pinned each section in place, allowing it to cool and set, which created a nice natural-looking wave.
Once all the hair had been pinned into place, Jason unraveled each section and combed it through gently.
We spoke about the in-depth training that each of Trevor Sorbie’s stylists must go through. I know this sounds daft, but it filled me with such reassurance hearing how gruelling an experience it is, so it’s highly unlikely you’ll ever have a bad hair cut after visiting one of his Salons. Well done Trevor.
Trevor Sorbie have a really cool ‘tips and advice’ section on their website full of hair how to’s, which is definitely worth exploring and pinning if you’re planning a look for a night out or even a wedding.
If you’re interested in a career in hairdressing, check out Trevor Sorbie’s video below.

A huge thank you to my stylist Jason and the Trevor Sorbie, Covent Garden salon for fitting me in for a complimentary hair session. I had a hoot and was very very happy with my hair.
Trevor Sorbie
27 Floral Street, Covent Garden London, WC2E 9DP
T. +44 (0) 207 379 6901
E. Click here to Email the Salon
Manager: Sue Haydon

Covent Garden Opening Times
Monday-Tuesday 10am - 7pm
Wednesday 10am - 8pm
Thursday 10am - 8:30pm
Friday 10am - 8:30pm
Saturday 9am - 6:30pm
Sunday CLOSED
 
Photography © Lucie Kerley
luciekerley:

#BLOGGED| Tried and Tested - My trip to @TrevorSorbie, Covent Garden on Wednesday was brilliant. 
Stylist @jasonlawrence83 truly looked after my Cosmo Blog Awards hair needs. 
I felt utterly spoilt. 
The Covent Garden salon on Floral Street has a very welcoming feel. They even have their own Baristas!
There’s a nail bar (a file & Polish is about £15) and even eyebrow threading to indulge in - should you feel the need, and plenty of smiles from the Trevor Sorbie team.
Jason asked what kind of look I was after. I explained what the dress looked like that I wanted to wear and that my hair is usually worn quite unruly, so it might be nice to look a little bit more polished for this particular occasion.
They treated it to L’Oreal Chroma colour conditioner No.4, a lovely orangey/coppery colour that would enhance my existing one, which had, as usual after 3 weeks, faded a little.
After my hair was washed, Jason treated my locks to some serum, mousse and heat protector. They definitely made it shine.
He curled the lengths around a brush and pinned each section in place, allowing it to cool and set, which created a nice natural-looking wave.
Once all the hair had been pinned into place, Jason unraveled each section and combed it through gently.
We spoke about the in-depth training that each of Trevor Sorbie’s stylists must go through. I know this sounds daft, but it filled me with such reassurance hearing how gruelling an experience it is, so it’s highly unlikely you’ll ever have a bad hair cut after visiting one of his Salons. Well done Trevor.
Trevor Sorbie have a really cool ‘tips and advice’ section on their website full of hair how to’s, which is definitely worth exploring and pinning if you’re planning a look for a night out or even a wedding.
If you’re interested in a career in hairdressing, check out Trevor Sorbie’s video below.

A huge thank you to my stylist Jason and the Trevor Sorbie, Covent Garden salon for fitting me in for a complimentary hair session. I had a hoot and was very very happy with my hair.
Trevor Sorbie
27 Floral Street, Covent Garden London, WC2E 9DP
T. +44 (0) 207 379 6901
E. Click here to Email the Salon
Manager: Sue Haydon

Covent Garden Opening Times
Monday-Tuesday 10am - 7pm
Wednesday 10am - 8pm
Thursday 10am - 8:30pm
Friday 10am - 8:30pm
Saturday 9am - 6:30pm
Sunday CLOSED
 
Photography © Lucie Kerley
luciekerley:

#BLOGGED| Tried and Tested - My trip to @TrevorSorbie, Covent Garden on Wednesday was brilliant. 
Stylist @jasonlawrence83 truly looked after my Cosmo Blog Awards hair needs. 
I felt utterly spoilt. 
The Covent Garden salon on Floral Street has a very welcoming feel. They even have their own Baristas!
There’s a nail bar (a file & Polish is about £15) and even eyebrow threading to indulge in - should you feel the need, and plenty of smiles from the Trevor Sorbie team.
Jason asked what kind of look I was after. I explained what the dress looked like that I wanted to wear and that my hair is usually worn quite unruly, so it might be nice to look a little bit more polished for this particular occasion.
They treated it to L’Oreal Chroma colour conditioner No.4, a lovely orangey/coppery colour that would enhance my existing one, which had, as usual after 3 weeks, faded a little.
After my hair was washed, Jason treated my locks to some serum, mousse and heat protector. They definitely made it shine.
He curled the lengths around a brush and pinned each section in place, allowing it to cool and set, which created a nice natural-looking wave.
Once all the hair had been pinned into place, Jason unraveled each section and combed it through gently.
We spoke about the in-depth training that each of Trevor Sorbie’s stylists must go through. I know this sounds daft, but it filled me with such reassurance hearing how gruelling an experience it is, so it’s highly unlikely you’ll ever have a bad hair cut after visiting one of his Salons. Well done Trevor.
Trevor Sorbie have a really cool ‘tips and advice’ section on their website full of hair how to’s, which is definitely worth exploring and pinning if you’re planning a look for a night out or even a wedding.
If you’re interested in a career in hairdressing, check out Trevor Sorbie’s video below.

A huge thank you to my stylist Jason and the Trevor Sorbie, Covent Garden salon for fitting me in for a complimentary hair session. I had a hoot and was very very happy with my hair.
Trevor Sorbie
27 Floral Street, Covent Garden London, WC2E 9DP
T. +44 (0) 207 379 6901
E. Click here to Email the Salon
Manager: Sue Haydon

Covent Garden Opening Times
Monday-Tuesday 10am - 7pm
Wednesday 10am - 8pm
Thursday 10am - 8:30pm
Friday 10am - 8:30pm
Saturday 9am - 6:30pm
Sunday CLOSED
 
Photography © Lucie Kerley
The Perfect Ponytails
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FAB Magazine
Photography: Micheal Stuart Daley
Hair: Jason Lawrence
FAB Magazine
Photography: Micheal Stuart Daley
Hair: Jason Lawrence
FAB Magazine
Photography: Micheal Stuart Daley
Hair: Jason Lawrence
FAB Magazine
Photography: Micheal Stuart Daley
Hair: Jason Lawrence
FAB Magazine
Photography: Micheal Stuart Daley
Hair: Jason Lawrence
FAB Magazine
Photography: Micheal Stuart Daley
Hair: Jason Lawrence
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W Magazine
Photography: Benoit Peverelli
Hair: Jason Lawrence
W Magazine
Photography: Benoit Peverelli
Hair: Jason Lawrence