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Redheads Rule – 5 Techniques to Make Your Colouring Skills Red Hot

MHD - September 19, 2018 Hair Colouring

Redheads Rule – 5 Techniques to Make Your Colouring Skills Red Hot

Redhead hair colouring covers a huge range of techniques and a vast array of colours, from vivid scarlets right through to pretty pastels. So if you want to keep all your clients with red-toned locks – natural or otherwise – happy, you need to ensure that your skills are up to date.

Read on for details of 5 redhead colouring tutorials from the likes of Charmaine Piche, Tracy Hayes and Christiano Lanza. From cross checking colours and applying the pivoting colour gradient technique to blending marmalade and orange tones, get ready to give your redhead colouring skills a makeover with fresh and exciting looks, techniques and ideas to brighten up your repertoire – read more

Get Session Hairdressing Right with Snowden Hill

MHD - September 12, 2018 African Type Hair, Dressing and Styling, Hairdressing Instructors

Get Session Hairdressing Right with Snowden Hill

When it comes to Session Hairdressing, no one competes with Snowden Hill. He’s even got the initials to prove it! From Vogue to Prada and Alexander McQueen to Yves Saint Laurent, Snowden has collaborated on shows, campaigns and editorials for all the biggest names in the fashion industry.

Combining unrivalled creativity with exceptional technique, Snowden’s talents ensure that he remains in constant demand around the world. Which is we we’re really excited to feature him as our MHD instructor of the week – read more

6 Tips for Running a Successful Salon Apprenticeship Scheme

MHD - September 11, 2018 Hairdressing Education, Salon & Business Advice

6 Tips for Running a Successful Salon Apprenticeship Scheme

If you’re committed to investing in the future of hairdressing and barbering – and interested in nurturing new talent to bring fresh ideas to your salon – running an apprenticeship scheme can be incredibly rewarding and beneficial.

However, the process is also fraught with uncertainties. Not only is there always the looming possibility that you’ll take the time to train and develop an individual, only for them to abandon your salon once they’re qualified. There’s also a financial risk attached

Notwithstanding the government’s ‘grab a grand’ scheme for apprentices aged 16 to 18, you’re either obliged to pay the apprenticeship levy (if your pay bill is over £3 million) or 10% of the cost of training your apprentice, which works out at around £900 – read more