THE MOST POWERFUL & TRUSTED HAIRDRESSING BRAND

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    TONI&GUY is the most powerful hairdressing brand in the world. The company is constantly evolving artistically and commercially. It offers the best education and fabulous product ranges and a dynamic and modern image.

    TONI&GUY is the only hairdressing company to be awarded ‘SuperBrand’ and ‘CoolBrand’ status and to truly represent the catwalk-to-client philosophy.

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    TONI&GUY BAHRAIN was opened in Seef Mall on 1st December’2011. Seef Mall was the first authentic mall in Bahrain, Seef Mall continues to dominate the retail sector and is the heart and soul of Seef .

    Toni Mascolo and brother Guy co-founded the first Toni&Guy salon in 1963 in Clapham, London, joined later by their two brothers Bruno and Anthony. By the late 1990s, the company had grown from a single salon to over 100 in 20 countries worldwide. Driven by their philosophy of pushing the boundaries of hairdressing and delivering creativity, quality and consistency to every client, Toni and Guy Mascolo were amongst the first to begin the franchising boom, with the first franchised salon opening in Brighton
    in 1988.

    Toni&Guy has remained at the forefront of the hairdressing industry, pioneering the professional hairdresser and exceeding all industry standards to make expertise available on a global scale. It launches a global trend-led collection every year directed by Global Creative Director Sacha Mascolo-Tarbuck and created by the International Artistic Team, who takes inspiration from fashion campaigns and popular culture. It has long been renowned as an innovator within the hair industry, bridging the gap between high fashion and hairdressing. This is exemplified by the brand’s sponsorship
    of London

    Fashion Week and London Fashion Weekend, a partnership that began in September 2004.

    As the official sponsor of London Fashion Week, TONI&GUY creates the hair for over 80 designer catwalk shows each year, working with top designers including Giles Deacon, Jean-Pierre Braganza, Pam Hogg and Tata Naka.