Published in Hardback by Ebury Press 6th September 2018, £20
Introduction by Sali Hughes, journalist & bestselling author of Pretty Honest and Pretty Iconic
We all know the secret to self-confidence and happiness is a great hair day. And in his first life-changing, hair-changing book, Luke Hersheson – the go-to guy for cool girl hair will show you how to effortlessly achieve the hair of your life at home.
Great Hair Days & How To Have Them
is the ultimate you-can-do-it-too hair book, providing readers with straight-talking advice, expert styling secrets and hair dos and don’ts – from the man those in the know regard as one of the best in the business.
Renowned for setting the hair agenda, Hershesons is at the forefront of the hair and beauty world. So whether you’re bored of following the rules, want fabulous hair at sixteen or sixty, want to learn how to create iconic styles at home, or simply work on your daily hair routine, this is the only book you need. This glossy guide offers the perfect balance of stunning imagery and hair inspiration by Luke, alongside his essential need-to-know advice from the top of the industry.
Practical, inspirational, products tested, myths-busted, all occasions covered, Great Hair Days & How To Have Them
will offer expert advice suitable for all ethnicities, hair types and ages.
STANDOUT CHAPTERS TO FEATURE INCLUDE:
• What’s Your Hair Type?
• What You Need, What You Don’t
• Hair at All Ages
• Hair Woes
• Five Looks That Always Work
• Great Hair From the Inside Out
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Co-founder and Creative Director of Hersheons, Luke Hersheson is an internationally acclaimed hairstylist. Luke has collaborated with some of the world’s leading photographers, including Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, David Sims, Alasdair McLellan, Collier Schorr, Walter Pfeiffer, Jamie Hawkesworth and Paolo Roversi. He also collaborates with designers including Missoni, Bottega Veneta, Armani and Giuseppe Zanotti and his work can be regularly seen in Vogue, W, The Gentlewoman, Self Service, i-D
and Love among other publications. He works with high-profile clients, including Keira Knightley, Sienna Miller, Emma Watson and Claudia Schiffer and has established himself as a trendsetter, creating runway looks for designers such as Emilia Wickstead,
Molly Goddard, and Roksanda Ilincic. In 2016, Luke began collaborating with John Frieda and is currently serving as the brand’s UK Creative Director.