Blushes Hair & Beauty Launch New Training Scheme and Branding
Blushes Hair & Beauty have announced a new direction, which includes an industry-leading training programme and more employment opportunities.
Following the launch of their fifth salon in Oxford, the award-winning hair and beauty brand have announced their new 6-month training programme, along with a new brand direction called The Blushes Collective.
The brand has a renewed focus on curating environments for top client experiences, as well as a place for hairdressers to establish and develop their careers. This new direction brings their customers and their team to the forefront of their innovation.
In contrast to the usual 3-year training standard, students at ‘The Blushes Academy’ are training five days a week, meaning they will qualify to the salon floor in less than a third of the time than the rest of the UK. The training scheme welcomes individuals of any age and any experience, making it accessible to all hairdressers.
In addition to their training scheme, The Blushes Collective also offer hairdressers and beauty therapists to be either employed or self-employed, all under one roof. Meaning team members can explore multi-employment options.
The Blushes Collective post-covid turnaround also includes a new look and logo, in addition to their fresh ethos. The innovative brand direction is the brainchild of the new board of directors for the company, which includes Dominic Blake, Samantha Sibery and Georgia Faulkner.
“As we grow, we’re determined to put people at the centre of the Blushes universe. The new ethos, strategies and career opportunities are reflective of a contemporary culture which meant the look and feel of the business had scope to evolve too. We’ve refreshed the brand and developed the logo to get rid of the bs (literally),” explained Georgia Faulkner, Marketing Director.
To apply for a spot in The Blushes Academy 6-month training programme or for a career with The Blushes Collective email [email protected]