Hailing from Limerick Ireland – Gareth Bromell started doing hair as young man of 15.
He trained with Hugh Campbell Hair Salon and was an alumni of the Toni and Guy empire.
After a few years working in Ireland, Gareth was drawn to the mega, style, Capital – London, where he would focus on becoming an editorial hairstylist.
“I started to work for Daniel Hersheson Salons in Knightsbridge and Mayfair. Daniels son, Luke, was a well known editorial hairstylist and in turn he introduced me to the fashion and beauty industry around the city. I did my first London fashion week with Luke and from that experience I then went on to work on other fashion weeks in New York, Milan and Paris”.
Working in the exclusive borough of Knightbridge, Bromell had the geographic fortune and a creative outlet to hone his craft and signature by working with members of the British Royal family to Queen Noor of Jordan and world renown artists in the movie, music and fashion industries.
“I was introduced to Neil Weisberg, Tracey’s now business partner, he was working at his prior salon, Neil George, in Beverly Hills. Instantly we became fast friends, respected peers and we remained in touch, this friendship brought me to my tenure at Meche Salon on Burton Way”.
That chance meeting Bromell had with Neil and Tracey landed him and his talents a once a month spot at the aforementioned Meche Salon – he has now been working in the USA for 5 years and splits his time between NYC and Los Angeles. In New York Bromell has a chair at the Marie Robinson Salon and is represented by the acclaimed Art Department Agency – where he keeps busy with fashion editorials and advertising campaigns and his girls red carpet ready!
Bromell keeps to his Celtic, gentleman roots and simply lets the job speak for itself, he doesn’t like to divulge names – however you can see all is work