That said, hair disaster videos have unique cache on TikTok. Step forward Brad Mondo, a 27-year-old, New York-based hairstylist with over eight million followers on the platform. Mondo’s ‘Hairdresser Reacts’ series—which sees him laugh, wince, and gasp his way through fellow users’ home haircut horrors and botched dye jobs—has garnered over 1.3 billion views. Some kids are even staging hair transformation videos purely to get a reaction out of Mondo. Now trending: #SorryBradMondo, where teens destroy their hair (cut their bangs into V-shapes, dye random patches purple) in the hopes that the stylist will notice them. With 100 million views and counting, it’s obvious why the tagline for his Xmondo line of haircare products reads “Bold Looks. Zero F*cks.”Instagram content
The old-fashioned “new hair, new me” impulse still drives people to the salon. Fran Summers is one such advert for a drastic haircut come good. The 23-year-old British model took a break from fashion during the pandemic, falling in love and moving to Austria to climb mountains and ski. When she hit the catwalk again, in September 2021, she knew it was time for a change, opting to dye her well-loved bob platinum blonde. By January, chunks of hair were falling out, so Guido Palau, widely regarded as the OG of the transformative haircut, dyed it black and cut it all off the night before Summers was due to walk in the Valentino couture show. The result had instant impact. “I felt like a completely different person! It was so special,” recalls Summers, speaking over the phone from New York. “I love playing these characters, that’s why I love modeling—you get to be a different person, every show that you do, every shoot you do. But with the hair, I had a whole new perspective on the way I dress, even the way I held myself. The jobs I got, the styling they did on me, changed too. There were a lot more womanly silhouettes. I felt more womanly, too—and I felt strong.”Instagram content
Back at the Hershesons Belgravia salon, 45 minutes of snip after delicious snip later, I left with a Jean Seberg crop and the feeling Maggie describes when she takes the scissors to her own head in George Eliot’s The Mill on the Floss: “A sense of clearness and freedom, as if she had emerged from a wood into the open plain.” Want to watch? See the Hershesons Instagram feed, or embedded above. Start scheming. In the plush basement lounge of Henry Jacques’s recently opened Avenue Montaigne haute parfumerie flagship, which boasts direct views across the Pont de l’Alma to the Eiffel Tower, Rafael Nadal is speaking freely—a rarity for the often tight-lipped tennis star, especially when discussing his relationship with his wife, Maria Francesca Perello. “I’m a very public person in my work, of course, but in my private life, one of the most important things—and what I consider to be one of my greatest successes—is that Maria and I have been able to have a really normal life,” says Nadal. The couple met as teenagers in Manacor, Mallorca, and were together for 17 years before they wed in 2019. “We’re taking the next step in our lives now, though, so we thought—why not do something together?” The collaboration Nadal has traveled to France to discuss, however, is not the birth of the couple’s first child, a baby boy who arrived in early October; it’s a set of fragrances, originally designed as bespoke eaux de parfums with the boutique French brand and available today for popular consumption.
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