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A Charitable Cut

A Charitable Cut Kayleigh Bullingham, owner of Diamond Cuts salon in Coventry is quite used to cutting children's hair. But cutting 12 inches of 7-year-old Hope Davis' hair was a little bit special. The child had asked to have her hair cut so she could send it to another child who had lost half of her hair through cancer.

“I don't need all this hair!” little Hope told her mum, Yolande, after seeing a photograph of her mum's friend's 12-yer-old daughter. “You could cut my hair off and send it to that other girl. She could have it.”

Although Yolande and husband Wayne have never had their daughter's hair cut from birth, apart from trimming the ends, they were proud of their daughter's selflessness, and so did some research into donating hair and discovered the Little Princess Trust.

The charity provides real hair wigs free of charge to children and young people up to the age of 24 who have lost their hair through cancer treatments and other illnesses. Since the Little

hairdressing.uk A child had asked to have her hair cut so she could send it to another child who had lost half of her hair through cancer.

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Handling long hair, for the first time in your life!

Handling long hair, for the first time in your life! Growing up as a boy in Essex in the 90's with 3 older brothers I wasn't exposed to many evenings doing each other's hair (although my two eldest brothers did have quite long perms at one stage. I have the photos to prove it.) I also have one younger sister, and only one attempt was ever made by me to brush her long fine textured hair, with a round brush. You may or may not know this is a recipe for disaster. We were on our way to a weekend away with our two elder cousins and I managed to get the brush stuck in my sister's hair before we were even off of my parents road. Many tears followed, from both of us, and hair was cut to remove the offending brush. Needless to say, this wasn't conducive to thinking hairdressing was for me from an early age.

I used to get my haircut by a friend who was at hairdressing college back in my home town while I was still working out what I wanted to do with my life. After a few times of #longhair

hairdressing.uk "The longest 3-4 hours of my life" - Thomas Silverman describes his experiences in learning how to manage long hair.

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Innovative styling for curly hair

Innovative styling for curly hair George’s Hairdressing’s Oadby salon is set to become the go-to place in Leicestershire for styling curly hair. One of the chain’s stylists attended the exclusive ‘Curl by Curl’ course in London delivered by influential stylist and author Lorraine Massey.

The course was only available to a limited number of stylists and was being taught in the UK for just the second time. As a result, George’s Hairdressing Oadby salon is now the only place in Leicestershire to offer Curl by Curl styling.

George’s Hairdressing hair designer Renée Matthews said: “I’m so proud to have undergone the Curl by Curl training and to be part of the only salon in Leicestershire to offer curly hair styling. I know there are so many people in my area who don’t have access to this type of styling, and so I hope that the Curl by Curl training can help the people in Leicester of all ethnicities have the best style and look for #curlyhair

hairdressing.uk Despite 65% of people in the UK having naturally curly hair, there are precious few styling techniques available for style of hair. Curl by Curl demonstrated the techniques needed to bring added vibrancy to different types of curly hair, and the products needed to make this possible, giving the styl...

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What Makes a Successful Hairdresser?

What Makes a Successful Hairdresser? A lot of women place a lot of value on their hair. This is why they will always choose someone who offers them excellent dos and makes them look great. Hairdressing is a very appropriate career for people who understand how vital a haircut or dye can change the life of a person. This career is also fantastic for those people who enjoy experimenting with the hair and trying out different hairstyles.

It would be correct to say that it is a very demanding career and it requires the hairstylist to understand what it takes to nail it and be successful. The following are some of the skills that you have to possess in order to become an excellent hairdresser;

Gain technical hairdressing skills

The best way of attaining the basic hairdressing skills such as cutting, dying, styling, setting, and dressing is going to a beauty school. There are different programs available, depending on the region you want to work in. For instance, in the UK,

hairdressing.uk A lot of women place a lot of value on their hair. This is why they will always choose someone who offers them excellent dos and makes them look great. The best way of attaining the basic hairdressing skills such as cutting, dying, styling, setting, and dressing is going to a beauty school.

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Lee Stafford Education Facebook Live

Lee Stafford Education Facebook Live This month’s Face Book hair cut is a power house rock god bob designed by the greatest haircutter in the world and my old mate - Stacey Broughton AKA Sheila (as he likes to be called! LOL)

The hair cut is strong, fun timeless and is named after the master himself - Sheila.

You can see all the archived Live cuts at https://tinyurl.com/y9s58qyk

hairdressing.uk This month’s FaceBook Live hair cut is a power house rock god bob designed by the greatest haircutter the world has seen for the last 2 decades - Stacey Broughton AKA Sheila (as he likes to be called)

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Innovative styling for curly hair

Innovative styling for curly hair George’s Hairdressing’s Oadby salon is set to become the go-to place in Leicestershire for styling curly hair. One of the chain’s stylists attended the exclusive ‘Curl by Curl’ course in London delivered by influential stylist and author Lorraine Massey.

The course was only available to a limited number of stylists and was being taught in the UK for just the second time. As a result, George’s Hairdressing Oadby salon is now the only place in Leicestershire to offer Curl by Curl styling.

George’s Hairdressing hair designer Renée Matthews said: “I’m so proud to have undergone the Curl by Curl training and to be part of the only salon in Leicestershire to offer curly hair styling. I know there are so many people in my area who don’t have access to this type of styling, and so I hope that the Curl by Curl training can help the people in Leicester of all ethnicities have the best style and look for #curlyhair

hairdressing.uk Despite 65% of people in the UK having naturally curly hair, there are precious few styling techniques available for style of hair. Curl by Curl demonstrated the techniques needed to bring added vibrancy to different types of curly hair, and the products needed to make this possible, giving the styl...

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Lee Stafford Education Facebook Live

Lee Stafford Education Facebook Live This month’s Face Book hair cut is a power house rock god bob designed by the greatest haircutter in the world and my old mate - Stacey Broughton AKA Sheila (as he likes to be called! LOL)

The hair cut is strong, fun timeless and is named after the master himself - Sheila.

You can see all the archived Live cuts at https://tinyurl.com/y9s58qyk

hairdressing.uk This month’s FaceBook Live hair cut is a power house rock god bob designed by the greatest haircutter the world has seen for the last 2 decades - Stacey Broughton AKA Sheila (as he likes to be called)

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The Hairdressers’ Charity to present at Hair UK

The Hairdressers’ Charity to present at Hair UK Leading hair trade event, Hair UK, makes its return to the NEC, Birmingham on Sunday 19th and Monday 20th May 2019, and this year The Hairdressers’ Charity will be supporting the show.

The charity will be hosting the Hair Stage at this popular industry event, enabling them to spread the word about their mission to help hairdressers facing difficult circumstances. Leading hairdressing talent will be taking to the stage to deliver a combination of inspiring hair demonstrations, showcasing emerging trends and exciting fundraising initiatives to give visitors new ideas to take back to the salon.

The Hairdressers’ Charity was established to support hairdressers and ex-hairdressers who have been affected by circumstances such as illness, disability, bereavement or financial hardship. They receive hundreds of applications every year and depend on the support of the hairdressing industry to make this help available. #hairuk

hairdressing.uk Leading hair trade event, Hair UK, will be supported by The Hairdressers’ Charity this year. The Hairdressers’ Charity was established to support hairdressers and ex-hairdressers who have been affected by circumstances such as illness, disability, bereavement or financial hardship.

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A Charitable Cut

A Charitable Cut Kayleigh Bullingham, owner of Diamond Cuts salon in Coventry is quite used to cutting children's hair. But cutting 12 inches of 7-year-old Hope Davis' hair was a little bit special. The child had asked to have her hair cut so she could send it to another child who had lost half of her hair through cancer.

“I don't need all this hair!” little Hope told her mum, Yolande, after seeing a photograph of her mum's friend's 12-yer-old daughter. “You could cut my hair off and send it to that other girl. She could have it.”

Although Yolande and husband Wayne have never had their daughter's hair cut from birth, apart from trimming the ends, they were proud of their daughter's selflessness, and so did some research into donating hair and discovered the Little Princess Trust.

The charity provides real hair wigs free of charge to children and young people up to the age of 24 who have lost their hair through cancer treatments and other illnesses. Since the Little

hairdressing.uk A child had asked to have her hair cut so she could send it to another child who had lost half of her hair through cancer.

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App designed for the salon hair stylist

App designed for the salon hair stylist

The Stylogic #App is a tool that has been designed specially for the salon stylist. It helps you manage your client profiles, keeping track of every visit, taking notes and storing information such as colour mix, allergy test as well as taking photos of each visit. This helps the stylist to review the customers visits and view styles from previous times.

The App is initially free to download from the App Store and save up to 6 clients and 6 visits for each to get a feel of how the App works. After that there is a small charge that will allow you to save unlimited clients and visits.

It comes packed with features which are listed below.

Client - Set up customer profiles. name, email and contact details.

Induction form - list of questions to ask new and existing customers to help build a profile image of the styling habits. You don’t need to ask all the questions and can be viewed and edited at any time.

Visit - Create new

hairdressing.uk UK online magazine covering awards, events, shows and news for the hairdressing industry. Includes free business directory for suppliers and salons

hairdressing.uk

What Makes a Successful Hairdresser?

What Makes a Successful Hairdresser? A lot of women place a lot of value on their hair. This is why they will always choose someone who offers them excellent dos and makes them look great. Hairdressing is a very appropriate career for people who understand how vital a haircut or dye can change the life of a person. This career is also fantastic for those people who enjoy experimenting with the hair and trying out different hairstyles.

It would be correct to say that it is a very demanding career and it requires the hairstylist to understand what it takes to nail it and be successful. The following are some of the skills that you have to possess in order to become an excellent hairdresser;

Gain technical hairdressing skills

The best way of attaining the basic hairdressing skills such as cutting, dying, styling, setting, and dressing is going to a beauty school. There are different programs available, depending on the region you want to work in. For instance, in the UK,

hairdressing.uk A lot of women place a lot of value on their hair. This is why they will always choose someone who offers them excellent dos and makes them look great. The best way of attaining the basic hairdressing skills such as cutting, dying, styling, setting, and dressing is going to a beauty school.

hairdressing.uk

What Makes a Successful Hairdresser?

What Makes a Successful Hairdresser? A lot of women place a lot of value on their hair. This is why they will always choose someone who offers them excellent dos and makes them look great. Hairdressing is a very appropriate career for people who understand how vital a haircut or dye can change the life of a person. This career is also fantastic for those people who enjoy experimenting with the hair and trying out different hairstyles.

It would be correct to say that it is a very demanding career and it requires the hairstylist to understand what it takes to nail it and be successful. The following are some of the skills that you have to possess in order to become an excellent hairdresser;

Gain technical hairdressing skills

The best way of attaining the basic hairdressing skills such as cutting, dying, styling, setting, and dressing is going to a beauty school. There are different programs available, depending on the region you want to work in. For instance, in the UK,

hairdressing.uk A lot of women place a lot of value on their hair. This is why they will always choose someone who offers them excellent dos and makes them look great. The best way of attaining the basic hairdressing skills such as cutting, dying, styling, setting, and dressing is going to a beauty school.

hairdressing.uk

App designed for the salon hair stylist

App designed for the salon hair stylist

The Stylogic #App is a tool that has been designed specially for the salon stylist. It helps you manage your client profiles, keeping track of every visit, taking notes and storing information such as colour mix, allergy test as well as taking photos of each visit. This helps the stylist to review the customers visits and view styles from previous times.

The App is initially free to download from the App Store and save up to 6 clients and 6 visits for each to get a feel of how the App works. After that there is a small charge that will allow you to save unlimited clients and visits.

It comes packed with features which are listed below.

Client - Set up customer profiles. name, email and contact details.

Induction form - list of questions to ask new and existing customers to help build a profile image of the styling habits. You don’t need to ask all the questions and can be viewed and edited at any time.

Visit - Create new

hairdressing.uk UK online magazine covering awards, events, shows and news for the hairdressing industry. Includes free business directory for suppliers and salons

hairdressing.uk

A Charitable Cut

A Charitable Cut Kayleigh Bullingham, owner of Diamond Cuts salon in Coventry is quite used to cutting children's hair. But cutting 12 inches of 7-year-old Hope Davis' hair was a little bit special. The child had asked to have her hair cut so she could send it to another child who had lost half of her hair through cancer.

“I don't need all this hair!” little Hope told her mum, Yolande, after seeing a photograph of her mum's friend's 12-yer-old daughter. “You could cut my hair off and send it to that other girl. She could have it.”

Although Yolande and husband Wayne have never had their daughter's hair cut from birth, apart from trimming the ends, they were proud of their daughter's selflessness, and so did some research into donating hair and discovered the Little Princess Trust.

The charity provides real hair wigs free of charge to children and young people up to the age of 24 who have lost their hair through cancer treatments and other illnesses. Since the Little

hairdressing.uk A child had asked to have her hair cut so she could send it to another child who had lost half of her hair through cancer.

hairdressing.uk

The Hairdressers’ Charity to present at Hair UK

The Hairdressers’ Charity to present at Hair UK Leading hair trade event, Hair UK, makes its return to the NEC, Birmingham on Sunday 19th and Monday 20th May 2019, and this year The Hairdressers’ Charity will be supporting the show.

The charity will be hosting the Hair Stage at this popular industry event, enabling them to spread the word about their mission to help hairdressers facing difficult circumstances. Leading hairdressing talent will be taking to the stage to deliver a combination of inspiring hair demonstrations, showcasing emerging trends and exciting fundraising initiatives to give visitors new ideas to take back to the salon.

The Hairdressers’ Charity was established to support hairdressers and ex-hairdressers who have been affected by circumstances such as illness, disability, bereavement or financial hardship. They receive hundreds of applications every year and depend on the support of the hairdressing industry to make this help available. #hairuk

hairdressing.uk Leading hair trade event, Hair UK, will be supported by The Hairdressers’ Charity this year. The Hairdressers’ Charity was established to support hairdressers and ex-hairdressers who have been affected by circumstances such as illness, disability, bereavement or financial hardship.

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