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Rae Peacock Hair

Local boy Rae has returned to Perth to launch a new boutique hair salon. Rae was born and raised in Perth and carried out his initial training at John Gillespie Hair and further training at Vidal Sassoon. At the age of 22 Rae left and joined the team at Urban Retreat, working between Harvey Nicholls and Harrods in London and was involved in various photo shoots and catwalk events. 

Both Rae and his husband Craig are excited to bring their vision to Perth along with the Davines hair colouring system and product range which is naturally derived, eco-friendly and promotes sustainable beauty.  They are proud to be the only Davines exclusive salon in Scotland. 

Rae Peacock Hair

Rae Peacock Hair

Rae Peacock Hair

Rae Peacock Hair

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