Evening Standard features Glasshouse Salon
Evening Standard have included Glasshouse Salon in a feature about: The fight against the pink tax
“This is something that has been ingrained in our society for centuries. Women historically have a much closer connection to beauty than men and therefore they are expected to pay more for it,” Olivia Crighton, founder of the gender-neutral Glasshouse Salon, explains.
34-year-old Crighton founded the Hackney-based salon in 2013 and introduced gender-neutral pricing shortly after, following queries from clients about the prices they were charging Glasshouse’s website is clear: “We have and will always treat our men’s services with the same consideration and precision that we approach our women’s services with. We believe that one price for both - determined by the level of stylist, not the gender of the client - makes sense and reflects the direction of the industry.”
28th February, 2020