Brand New Act on the HJ Live in Association with Wahl Stage for HJ Live London
If two jam-packed days of inspiration and learning with some of your favourite barbers and barbershops sounds right up your street, grab yourself free tickets for HJ Live 2018 by registering in advance.
Taking place on 25-26 February 2018 at ExCeL London HJ Live runs alongside Professional Beauty London.
Below are the names we have for the HJ Men stage in association with Wahl. The Wahl Artistic team will be leading the charge with Wahl UK’s educator Alan Beak hosting the stage across both days.
Sunday 25 February
10.10am- British Master Barbers
10.45am – Jim The Trim
11.30am – Ross Charles
12.15am – Menspire
1pm – Charlie Cullen and Dexter Dapper Johnson
1.45pm – Jacks of London
2.30pm – Wahl Artistic team
3.15pm – Slidercuts
4pm – Tom Chapman
Monday 26 February
10.45am – Darryn Pitman
New act! 11.30am – Myles Lewis – Stag & Dagger barbering Co
12.15am – Wahl Artistic team
1pm – Menspire
1.45pm – Lynndy Rolfe
2.30pm – Ruffians
3.15pm – Davie The Barber
4pm – Jarred Liddington
We spoke to Simon Shaw, global artistic director at Wahl, to get the inside scoop on HJ Live London 2018. Simon said: “We’ve got a great line up on the HJ Men in association with Wahl stage – Ruffians, Davie Walker, British Master Barbers and lots more. Not to mention the Wahl Artistic team which will be headed up by Michael Damiano. He’ll be using the Wahl Cordless Detailer on stage that we will have launched just for HJ Live London.”
There will be 100 Wahl Cordless Senior Clippers and 50 Wahl Cordless Detailer Clippers on sale at Wahl’s stand (Y45). They are being sold on a first come, first served basis so get there early as they’re expected to fly off the shelves.
“We’re really excited about the HJ and Wahl collaboration. For us it’s a new venture. We’re very selective about which exhibitions we attend and who we work with. Salon International is a highlight of the year for us, so we looked at HJ Live London and HJ Live North to really drive things forward in 2018,” Simon explained.