In The Press
Dennie’s Vintage 62 unisex hair salon in south Croydon had just two 45-minute slots left for the rest of April, and May is nearly all booked up too. “We have been inundated, my phone is literally going 24/7”.
She has spent the last few days completely redecorating the salon in time for the big reopening. “I’ve spoken to hundreds of people and they’re all excited to come back.”
Dennie Smith, award winning owner of Vintage 62, a salon in South Croydon, Surrey, talks to the MailOnle about her views on the new trend.
“She believes men are now more comfortable with having long hair, adding that ‘they use sunbeds, face products and wax their eyebrows, etc.”
Dennie Smith speaks to Rosie Murray-West in the Metro.
Since the advent of Covid-19 she has done everything she can to deal with cash flow issues, even once her hairdressing business had reopened.
Dennie talks to Women’s Own on how how cheeky, flirty messages can spiral out of control.
“If you really need to flirty with someone else, then you need to ask yourself this – are you happy in your relationship?” – Dennie
Dennie in the press again chatting about her other business.
Dennie chatting with Nicky Patrick, @BBCSurrey explaining why she created an Old School Dating Site.
It all started with Dennie wanting to find her daughter, Laurel a gentlemen.
Are you fed up with modern dating and wishing it was like it used to be?
In this episode, James chats with Dennie Smith – the owner of the online dating site Old Style Dating.
Find out why she launched the site as a way to bring back old fashioned decency and manners between singles.
James also gives his top 6 dating expert tips about Dating with Integrity!
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Online dating expert & website Founder Dennie Smith talks about the struggle with Pandemic costs.