Apprentices

Headmasters Introduce Mental Health First Aiders

Posted on August 9, 2018

Headmasters have taken action and started a pioneering Mental Health First Aiders (MHFA) initiative with an aim to help stop the stigma that surrounds mental health and build a supportive culture for all stylists in the Headmasters workplace. Mental health in the UK is a huge issue, its estimated that 16 million people experience a Read More

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The TIGI Inspirational Youth Team 2018 Have Been Announced

Posted on July 17, 2018

Now in its 14th year, TIGI Inspirational Youth is a mentorship programme taking young hairdressers on a life-changing voyage to develop creativity and talent. The TIGI Inspirational Youth Team 2018 have now been announced. This week 17 young finalists attended the TIGI Academy in London for a nerve-wracking selection process to choose the TIGI Inspirational Youth team Read More

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Hair Professionals Call for ‘Independent Industry Accreditation’ to Replace Apprenticeships

Posted on June 15, 2018

New and exclusive research from awareness group Choose Hair has found that 98% of hairdressing professionals would rather have an ‘independent industry accreditation’ system, instead of the current government-backed apprenticeship scheme. The survey* of those who work in the hairdressing sector found that: 70% believe the government’s current stance on apprenticeships is unhelpful to the Read More

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Who Has Been Announced as the Latest Reuzel Ambassador?

Posted on June 11, 2018

Reuzel have announced that Schorem’s Paul Taylor-Clinch will be returning to the UK to open his very own barbershop, Black Sails, in Bath. Having worked at the world renowned ‘Schorem’ barbers in Rotterdam, he has been appointed as the brand’s third UK Reuzel ‘Scumbassador’. Paul has been working with Schorem for two years and has gained an extensive Read More

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Afro Hair Cutting Tips from SliderCuts and The Bluebeards Revenge

Posted on June 9, 2018

The Bluebeards Revenge and SliderCuts (Mark Maciver) reveal four common mistakes barbers make when handling Afro hair and the products that can help. Shape up gently “When it comes to shaping up Afro hair, some barbers feel the need to push harder on the skin, but there really is no need to do this,” said Read More

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Hairdressing Educational Courses Calendar – September and October

Posted on June 7, 2018

From wig making courses to bridal hair how-tos and fashion trend seminars to courses about fades, there are a wealth of options to expand your hairdressing knowledge. Here is HJ’s calendar of upcoming courses and events in 2018. Here’s what’s going on in September and October. What: Wella Professionals Sexy Science Where: Wella World Studio London and Wella Read More

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Hairdressing Educational Courses Calendar – July and August

Posted on June 6, 2018

From wig making courses to bridal hair how-tos and fashion trend seminars to courses about fades, there are a wealth of options to expand your hairdressing knowledge. Here is HJ’s calendar of upcoming courses and events in 2018. First up, this is what’s coming up in July and August. What: Electric Sessions Where: Electric’s Brighton studio Read More

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