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Life of a Stylist – Editorial Styling with Neil Moodie

Posted on January 22, 2018

The Hairdressing industry is so varied that it can be hard to know what path to follow. For the Life of a Stylist Series we have exclusively tracked down hair professionals from a variety of industry positions from tour stylists to A-list Afro barbers so you can gain an insight into the breadth of the Read More

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British Hair Appoints New Global Brand Ambassador and Global Education Manager

Posted on January 21, 2018

Haircare product specialists British Hair have appointed Brendan O’Sullivan as global ambassador for the brand. The celebrity stylist (and former creative director at Regis International for 15 years) owns two busy hair and beauty salons in Amersham, Buckinghamshire and Uxbridge, Middlesex. Brendan travels the world as a much sought-after session stylist for international fashion shows, Read More

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L’Oréal Professionnel Hosts Instant Highlights Creation Day

Posted on January 20, 2018

L’Oréal Professionnel invited Hairdressers Journal to its instant highlights creative content day to watch 26 of its leading partner salons create signature looks using the brand’s new Instant Highlighting Tool. The Instant Highlights colour service, which launches in February is divided into four key looks – Instant Highlights, Instant Contouring, Instant Revive and Instant Pop. Read More

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Will These Colours be Dominating your Books This Summer?

Posted on January 19, 2018

The SS18 trends have already sauntered down the catwalks of fashion week, crept onto the red carpet and will soon be filtering into your requests at salon. Here is a round-up of the hair colour trends your clients will be craving in the coming weeks. Colour trends aren’t always seen on the runway, but they Read More

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Lucy Potter: How I Opened my Own Salon at 25

Posted on January 17, 2018

Lucy Potter has crammed a lot into her young age including; award wins, specialist training, editorial shoots and she capped off her 25th year by opening her own salon, here she tells us how she achieved this dream at such a young age…  Believe in your vision I was self employed for 2 years renting Read More

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LFW Men AW18 Trend Report: 1980s Casual at Daniel w. Fletcher

Posted on January 16, 2018

Daniel w. Fletcher’s AW18 line reflects leisure and freedom in a new way. Inspired by the 1980s, he re-imagined rugby shirts and shorts as luxurious loungewear and transforms a classic oxford shirt with a drawstring hem.  In terms of the hair looks, Toni & Guy International Artistic Director, Jon Wilsdon and the team combined a Read More

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Why you Should Consider Wig Making for your Hairdressing Business

Posted on January 16, 2018

Wigs – they have gone from showtime accessory to a staple in many women’s hair-drobes over the past year. Wig making is a niche part of the industry that can equal huge money for your hairdressing business. We caught up with Jay Birmingham, a hairdresser, extensionist and bespoke wig maker, to talk about the rise Read More

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5 Crucial Tips on Running a Successful Salon in a Small Town

Posted on January 14, 2018

Many of the UK’s salon businesses are located in and around our largest cities, however it’s the smaller and coastal salons that are the cornerstone of their towns and villages. But how do these salons’ client lists stay full? And how do you keep the salon busy with little foot fall or transport links? Running Read More

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LFW Men AW18 Trend Report: 1980s Graphic Texture at Wood Wood

Posted on January 14, 2018

Classic 1980s films St Elmo’s Fire and The Breakfast Club inspired Wood Wood’s AW18 collection. The rebellious nature of the films’ protagonists are reflected in the collection and the hair which was eighties-inspired with graphic texture and personalised to each fashion look. LEAD STYLIST Hair by Jan Przeymk for Academy Of Freelance Makeup using R+Co Read More

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