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5 Lifelong Learning Tips for Hairdressers and Barbers

Sarah Oglesby - May 13, 2019 Barbering and Men's Haircuts, Hairdressing Education, Salon & Business Advice

5 Lifelong Learning Tips for Hairdressers and Barbers

Are you a self-motivated hairdresser or barber with the commitment and determination to excel at your craft? Then you’re probably already very much part of the lifelong learning club. And with the proliferation of online learning options that exist in today’s digital world, it’s no surprise that many of you are taking your training into your own hands. After all, it’s both cost-effective and flexible.

But being an independent learner has its perils. Follow our 5 tips to ensure that you’re learning effectively and that you don’t pick up bad habits or flawed techniques – read more

Left-handed Hairdressers: Your Questions Answered

Sarah Oglesby - April 19, 2019 Barbering and Men's Haircuts, Hair Cutting, Hairdressing Education

Left-handed Hairdressers: Your Questions Answered

Are you the only leftie in the salon? Do you often feel like the odd one out with your ‘different’ scissors? Perhaps you’re struggling to learn cutting techniques from a right-handed hairdresser?

Left-handed people make up around 10% of the world’s population – and if you’re one of them, you’ll be only too aware that ‘normal’ scissors aren’t the only thing that are tricky to use. In fact, it can often feel like everything from cooking implements to pens are put on this earth just to frustrate you! – read more

It’s time for change – Saying goodbye to mediocre hairdressing training

MHD - April 12, 2019 Hairdressing Education

It’s time for change – Saying goodbye to mediocre hairdressing training

MHD’s global ambassador Edward Hemmings is disappointed in the hairdressing education delivered to apprentices across the UK. Read on to find out precisely what’s bothering him.

The problem: Many industry training providers fail to provide a holistic education

I’m a positive person. But I can’t help but feel disappointed in the standards that we – the hairdressing industry as a whole – seem to put up with. And I want to use this post to explain why – read more

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