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Guest Stylist Experience


Woodley & Bunny is excited to announce our "Guest Stylist Experience".  In addition to our permanent Woodley & Bunny team, we will routinely welcome a selection of cutting, coloring, styling and editorial professionals from the US and abroad.  They will be available in-salon every 5 weeks - the exact amount of time it takes until you need that trim or color touch up to maintain your perfect look!

We launch the program October 14th with the introduction of an industry leader for the past decade - J Bulluck.  He was first inspired by the world of fashion. "My experiences in pattern making, assembly and finishing natural fibers transferred over to cosmetology quite naturally."  "I approach hair design with references from apparel, architecture, chemistry and light theory."

J consistently builds on his design and color foundations by attending regular classes and studying internationally with various masters of craft, who have developed techniques he admires.  J has trained with Bumble & bumble, Aveda, Sebastian, Keune, Swiss stylist Mike Karg and extensive color training with Wella's Color Directors Christopher and Sonja Dove.

J has a  loyal cliental and is a mentor to young stylists at his salon in Greensboro, NC.  Woodley and Bunny is excited to have J share his passion and expertise with the NY area and all of Woodley & Bunny's fabulous clients.

J will be available for cut and color appointments on a 5 week rotation.
Dates below :

October 14 - 17, 2010
November 18 - 21, 2010
December 16 - 19, 2010
January 20 - 23, 2011

Please contact Woodley & Bunny - 718 218 6588 - today to make your appointment!

Woodley & Bunny
196 N. 10th St
Brooklyn, New York 11211
TEL : 718 218 6588


Williamsburg Friday Morning

Woodley & Bunny from DriggsWoodley & Bunny retailI had the great fortune to visit the renowned Woodley & Bunny of Williamsburg and get a great new cut from Sasha Alekseyeva. The space was minimalist and utilitarian and cleanly served its intended purpose. Everything was neatly arranged and free of clutter. The front desk was exceptionally enthusiastic when greeting me and I was made to feel very comfortable without being corralled. The music was eclectic and irreverent with a volume level set right at "fun". Retail was organized and diverse, and featured a variety of products that you don't find at most apothecaries and salons. The salon layout was very simple with one goal: make great hair. Do yourself a favor the next time you're in Brooklyn, and visit Woodley & Bunny at North 10th & Driggs. Look for my full interview with Sasha at Hairistocracy.