Classic Total Look Videos

Learn classic cutting and colouring hairdressing techniques

Ideal for every day in the salon, these classic haircut and colour tutorials take the salon favourites and add an extra twist of class and style. The MHD instructors are among the best in the world, so you can be sure that even a time trusted salon classic hairstyle will bring something new. Whatever your level of experience, these classic total look hairstyles never date and will become your go-to styles. These salon friendly haircuts and colours use the techniques you know with beautifully structured shapes using classic sectioning and cutting, together with a variety of colour techniques to complete the whole look. With these classic haircut tutorials from respected educators and hairdressers such as Stacey Broughton, Bastian Casaretto, Tracey Hughes and Mazella&Palmer to name a few, we're sure your clients will love their hair and return to your salon time and again.

56 training videos

Hair Colour Correction With Red Orange Tones

26 minutes

Bruno Elorrioroz’s hair colouring tutorial begins by removing all-over colour using back to back sections before applying a deep red orange all-over base colour.
The final result is a dark blonde with a rich red/orange tone to perfectly complement Charlotte's skin tone and eye colour.


How To Do A Short Square Layered Haircut

45 minutes

Stacey Broughton's tutorial is a short square layer. This technique teaches you how to place a square layered shape utilising corner placement.


Spinning Wheel Colour

27 minutes

Louise Reeves' salon tutorial is a circular technique producing a rich base of plum violet with a circular band of reflective, cool aqueous tones providing dappled overtones and defining movement.


How To Do The Agyness Deyn Haircut

23 minutes

Lee Stafford’s women's short hairstyle is a look inspired by the supermodel Agyness Deyn.


Agyness Deyn Pale Blonde Hair Colouring

5 minutes

Stephanie Lee’s colouring tutorial features a simple, soft, salon-friendly technique creating a point of interest and contrast.