I caught up with our very own Jana (who is super secretive about her surname I might add), while sipping a cup of Stresemann coffee on the iconic green chairs. I wanted to know more about her and what makes her hair curl. When you walk in to the salon you cant miss this energised little woman dressed in all black, in a box skirt and chelsea boots in vegan leather and gold chevron necklace for a pop of glamour. She is approachable with a certain sense of mystery about her.
L : How long have you been at Stresemann?
J : This summer it will be about 5 years
L : Thats quite a long time you must really enjoy your job, What would you say is the hair trend for SS16?
J : I would definately say that texurized hair brings a lot of fun, I think short bobs are on their way back and lots of Volume.
L : Hopefully in not in the the literal sense, What is your favorite item of clothing in your wardrobe at the moment and why?
J : I adore bomber jackets, I just got one in in a clean chic black and I am obsessed with it, Its always my favorite go_to and I think its always a good choice.
L : Three hair products you can not live without?
J : Surf Spray, Surf Infusion & Dry Spun Thickening Spray. Lots of Love!!!
L : Whats on your ipod right now?
J : The new single from The Kills, Im looking forward to their new album this year. And I also absolutely adore the band Fat Freddy’s Drop, its a infusion of reggae, jazz and soul from New Zealand
L : What is your definition of sexy ?
J : Strong & Powerful with a peaceful mind.
L : Favorite place in Düsseldorf?
J : I discovered a new concept store “Beyond Studios” , on Stresemannstraße next to Lieblings, I want to have everything in that
store, its really nicely curated.
L : When it comes to your clients here at Stresemann, what would you consider the most important?
J : To access the best of my skills and deliver this to my client, to get in touch and create something new.
Jana continued to mention that she really loves the atmosphere at Stresemann and refers to it as a Stylish Living Room with a Syling station”