A pair of talented barbers from East Durham College have proven they’ve been sharpening their skills to precision after winning prestigious awards at 2019’s BBA (British Barbers Association) National Student Barber of the Year 2019 competition
From his early days cutting hair in his mother’s dining room, Lee Stafford has gone on to be one of Britain’s most successful, multi award winning hairdressers. Always with a passion for education, Lee has managed to find the time to teach thousands of other hairdressers all over the world in his renowned seminars and shows that sell out globally
Scottish Hair & Barber returned to the SEC, Glasgow on Sunday 28th and Monday 29th April, welcoming thousands of hairdressers, barbers, salon owners and students.
The largest hair and beauty trade show outside of London, Hair UK, returned to the NEC, Birmingham on Sunday 19th and Monday 20th May, welcoming thousands of hairdressers, beauty professionals, barbers, salon owners and students.
Research shows that hairdressing is one of the sectors where workers are more at risk of being underpaid, so staff and employers need to be aware of the new National Minimum Wage which came into force this month.
The Pulp Riot range is hugely popular in the US and now aims to take the UK by storm. The Pulp Riot brand will join Salons Direct’s impressive range of professional hair coloursolutions.
Abigail Foster, Olivia Bolt, and Chloe Webber are the first apprentices in the Plymouth area to pass the End Point Assessment for the Hair Professional Standard with examining body, City and Guilds.
A wash cut and blow dry better at reducing stress than a deep tissue massage according to new beauty study.
The 2019 semi final of Miss England for the whole of the South West of England is being held in Bristol and hosted by Bristol hairdressers “Stages Hair Design “ who have 2 hairdressing salons in Patchway and Stoke Bishop.
The event will be held on Sunday June 16th at the Grand Hotel Bristol which previously held the annual Miss Bristol contest .
Research shows around 1.4m UK companies are now run by couples, a percentage of which are salons and hairdressing businesses.