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Tint-tastic! Inspirational Tint Colour

Sharon Brigden - August 9, 2016 Celebrity Hairstyles, Hair Colouring, Hairdressing tutorials

Tint-tastic! Inspirational Tint Colour

Colour is where a salon will generate most income and so you really need to learn as much as you can about tint colour and other colour options.

Tint refers to permanent hair colours, meaning they won’t wash out. And despite the huge choice of semi-permanent colour, demi colour, wash in/wash out and now shampoos and conditioners with colour tones, a tint colour is the only type guaranteed to provide 100% grey coverage.

Blonde Bombshell

Margot Robbie’s gorgeous pale blonde hair will always be in demand, as it epitomizes summer glamour and carefree, party times – read more

The Flat Top Haircut – A classic men’s hairstyle

Jamie Harrison - July 18, 2016 Barbering and Men's Haircuts, Dressing and Styling, Hairdressing tutorials

The Flat Top Haircut – A classic men’s hairstyle

A perennial of men’s haircuts, the flat top has been in and out of fashion since the 1950s. From conservative middle America to the US military and NASA through to the UK’s post punk psychobilly movement, the flat top haircut has undergone a range of variations.

Developed as a longer version of the crew cut or buzz cut, the flat top maintains a square shape with defined corners and an equal length through the top, often with a fade at the sides and back – read more

Razors or Scissors? Jules Chan Helps You Decide

MHD - June 29, 2016 Hair Cutting, Hairdressing tutorials

Razors or Scissors? Jules Chan Helps You Decide

Students and clients often ask me how to decide whether to cut hair using a razor or scissors. In this blog, I outline the key differences between razor and scissor-cut hair – and provide pointers on which cutting instrument to choose.

What’s the Biggest Difference Between Razor-cut and Scissor-cut Hair?

In general, when the hair has been razored, the hair taper off to a thinner peak. Scissors tend to produce a blunter or chunkier look towards the ends – read more

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