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Copper chameleons from HOB Academy!

For so many, copper hair seems to take people out of their comfort zone, perceived as a colour for those with a clearer, more rose-tinted complexion. Copper is a hair colour that is much more versatile than clients may think. It’s how the shade is intermixed to make it personalised to your own skin tone, whether you want a striking, vibrant ‘look at me’ colour or something more muted and subtle. And Summer 22 is the perfect time to introduce the colour palette for those looking for something a little more spicy.

The HOB Creative Team choose their three favourite coppers for the summer months.

Carrot

Truly a bright orange that is jam-packed with warmth, vibrancy and exudes healthiness. This shade is best worn on clearer, golden and universal complexions. If you have more of an olive or deeper skin tone, your colourist will opt for a small amount of red or mahogany in the mixture. This helps to cool down the tone slightly and enhance your facial canvas.

Hot Paprika

Vibrant, punchy with added depth, this shade works amazingly with all skin tones due to the fact it works with orange, yellow and mahogany (warmth mixed with cool.) It’s a shade most can pull off and for those with more olive, universal complexions, I would also recommend a small amount of violet. This will give an added richness to the colour and as it lightens through washing your hair, will not look as though the colour has faded excessively next to your skin.

Amber Gold

Luxurious, luminous and light reflective, it’s the perfect shade for warmer/darker blondes wanting a revamp. This is a super-simple yet effective way to try something new that is low commitment and doesn’t involve a huge colour change. Over existing highlights we can create a colour conditioning treatment that will deposit the Amber Gold tone from root to ends lasting up to 17 shampoos. This tone is better suited to the fairer haired. For those with darker hair, Amber Gold can still work but the hair would need to be lifted first to create a cleaner canvas for the tone to rest over it, a little more high maintenance but still achievable.

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New direction for the Fellowship for British Hairdressing.

Following its 75th anniversary, the Fellowship for British Hairdressing has unveiled its plans for the next 75 years to come – with new initiatives, a new direction and new faces to lead it into the future.

With President Robert Eaton at the helm, the Fellowship is embracing the diversity of the industry, the challenges it faces and the opportunities available with the launch of its Executive Board, Fellowship members who have come together to share ideas, inspirations and determination to take the British hairdressing industry to new levels. Each member not only brings a wealth of experience, but will also be responsible for driving the Fellowship forward.

Robert explains: “The launch of our dedicated Executive Board is about recognising the great work that has already been done, celebrating our heritage and driving the Fellowship forward in a fresh and modern way.”

The Executive Board members are:

Robert Eaton, President

Ashleigh Hodges, Vice President

Andreas Stavrou, Chair

Michelle Griffin, Vice Chair

Karoliina Saunders, Chancellor

Colin McAndrew, Head of Business

Nick Irwin, Head of Creative

Simon Shaw, Head of Education

Ken Picton, Head of Finance

Barry Stephens, CEO

Rob added: “Hairdressing is an exciting career and our Executive Board want to inspire people both new to the industry and those who have worked in the industry for many years. We will be collaborating and bringing the industry together from all corners of the UK and inspiring, educating and motivating salon owners, salon stylists, freelance independent stylists and barbers, as well as our product houses and our press. Working together we want to re-energise the next generation and make them realise what a diverse, inclusive and exciting industry this really is.”

Want to get involved? Become a member and be part of the future of British hairdressing. Find out more fellowshiphair.com/join/join-the-fellowship

The Fellowship for British Hairdressing was founded in 1946 as the Fellowship of Hair Artists of Great Britain and over the years has grown in stature and now covers many areas of the professional hairdressing industry. The independent, non-political organisation is run by our members, focusing on promoting artistic and creative quality, and providing support for future hairdressing talent keen to make their own mark in the industry. All the projects are designed to nurture sills and provide a career pathway – ClubStar, PROJECT: XPROJECT: Colour and PROJECT: Men and the coveted F.A.M.E. Team.  

For more information:

Instagram: @fellowshiphair

Call 01295 724579  

Visit www.fellowshiphair.com

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Front Row Summit by Revlon Pro

Para RevlonProfessional los profesionales de la peluquería son el centro de todo. Prueba de ello es el evento Front Row, su compromiso al siguiente nivel al co-crear el Color del Año 2023, en directo, encima del escenario con toda la comunidad de peluquerxs de Revlon. 

Para REVISTA PELUQUERIAS fue todo un honor asistir como media press invitada a una gala de esta envergadura, con tantas estrellas de la industria presentes… Todo un referente futuro a tener presente. 

Por muchos más amigxs! Muchas gracias!! 

#frontrowsummit#WeAreRevlonPro#RevlonProfessional#revistapeluqueriasestuvoalli#revistapeluquerias

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#revistabarberias #9 is coming …

Puede parecerte banal, pero es tal la euforia que se desprende palpar con tus manos una #publicación#impresa por la que has dejado horas y horas, que no me averguenza en absoluto mostrarla al mundo.

Actualmente, y las #editoras y #editores sabrán de que hablo, no resulta nada fácil traer al mundo una #revista y, para colmo, hay escasez de papel…

Así pues, sin más dilación, te enseño por fin la esperada novena edición de REVISTA BARBERÍAS. ¡Y está a tu alcance!

Si eres suscriptora o suscriptor, un ejemplar va en tu busca.

Si no la recibes es por que no te has abonado. Si no te la han traido los Reyes es por que tal vez que no te hayas portado como un buen vikingo o vikinga.

Pero todo tiene solución… Puedes abonarte en

hair-factory.com/shop

O puedes comprarla suelta en aquí, en esta tienda

peluqueriabarberia.com

Skol y que tengas un buen año!

Imagen de portada @joshephard
Fotografía @hiurmad

#revistabarberias #la9 #barberosdelmundo #peluquerasbarberas #LeeRevistas

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PUMPKIN SPICE

THOMAS HILLS, DIRECTOR, TH1 HAIR, REVEALS HIS HOTTEST HAIR COLOUR TREND PREDICTIONS FOR AUTUMN/WINTER 2021

Netflix’s The Queen’s Gambit caused quite a stir when it aired, and for die-hard dye fans, it was all about the lead, Anna Taylor Joy’s, hair colour. Sporting a beautiful 60s-style bob and micro fringe wig in a dazzling shade of crimson, the actress even prompted Gigi Hadid to dye her locks a similar shade of auburn recently. Red is always a winner for the autumn/winter months; its fiery connotations are a perfect match to the season of log fires and autumn leaves, however the beauty of this shade is that it can transform any style, adding some serious ‘wow’ along the way. This is what I call ‘real red’; it’s a deeper shade than a copper red, but lighter than auburn, however clients with a warmer skin tone will suit reds in more cinnamon, copper and ruby tones, while clients with cooler skin tones will suit berry, burgundy and crimson tones more. As a rule I say the darker the skin the deeper the shade, and the lighter the skin the softer, more sheer the shade. This global burnt copper hue from my Craft collection is, for me, the perfect new season hue: rich, deep and luxurious, it screams autumn/winter, and can be tailor made to suit the needs of each client, allowing you to make it as muted or intense as their new season hearts desire. 

TH1 HAIR: was launched by multi award-winning hairstylist, Thomas Hills, in 2004. Located in a prime spot in the heart of Oxted, Surrey, the salon boasts a talented team of eight stylists, proficient in cutting, styling and technical ability and dedicated to delivering exemplary customer care. 

A Revlon Professional affiliated salon, the team are regulars backstage at London Fashion Week while Director, Thomas, travels globally, educating and innovating on behalf of the brand. Thomas is also the 2020 British Hairdressing Awards Southern Hairdresser of the Year.

LOCATION:

TH1 Hair, 27 Station Road, Oxted, Surrey RH8 0BD     01883 713680

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SMURF’S UP


THOMAS HILLS, DIRECTOR, TH1 HAIR, REVEALS HIS
HOTTEST HAIR COLOUR TREND PREDICTIONS FOR AUTUMN/WINTER 2021

Dolce + Gabbana always knows how to set the sartorial tone, and this season was no exception, where the duo rocked the runway with a veritable feast for the fashion senses. The show was a riot of colour, with models sporting neon bright clothing (inspired by artificial intelligence and the brand’s iconic looks from the 90s) fused with multi-coloured buzzcuts and standout blue mullets for some serious ‘look at me’ appeal. Blue is of course not a hair colour for the faint hearted of clients, but it can be used as light or as dark as they dare, for some serious ‘winter blues’ appeal. A firm celebrity favourite over the years (Demi Lovato famously said you know you’ve made it when you can dye your hair blue) it’s a far cry from the days of the blue rinses favoured by grandmas, and now every celebrity from Katie Perry, Lady Gaga, Kylie Jenna and Rhianna have sported a sky blue hue. I love a very pale aqua blue, as pictured in my Graffiti colour collection, but remember that blue applied onto a yellow base will achieve a green, so ensure you’re working on as clean a base as possible, and the lighter the hue the cleaner it will need to be. True blues will of course experience fade into a more green hue, so advise clients to use a purple shampoo to keep the green at bay, too. 

TH1 HAIR: was launched by multi award-winning hairstylist, Thomas Hills, in 2004. Located in a prime spot in the heart of Oxted, Surrey, the salon boasts a talented team of eight stylists, proficient in cutting, styling and technical ability and dedicated to delivering exemplary customer care. 

A Revlon Professional affiliated salon, the team are regulars backstage at London Fashion Week while Director, Thomas, travels globally, educating and innovating on behalf of the brand. Thomas is also the 2020 British Hairdressing Awards Southern Hairdresser of the Year.

LOCATION:

TH1 Hair, 27 Station Road, Oxted, Surrey RH8 0BD  01883 713680

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BARBIE GIRL

THOMAS HILLS, DIRECTOR, TH1 HAIR, REVEALS HIS HOTTEST HAIR COLOUR TREND PREDICTIONS FOR AUTUMN/WINTER 2021

Pink is set to be one of the unlikely hair colour heroes of the A/W21 season. Traditionally a summer staple across instagram, this hue is set to take the new season by storm and has been sported on a host of male and female celebrities in recent months, including Lady Gaga, Chrissy Teigen, Madonna, Dua Lipa and Cruz Beckham. Pink looks great in all of its myriad incarnations, from blush and bubblegum to neon and fuchsia, it can be as subtle or as bold as clients dare. This is a colour that’s prone to fading fast, so advise your clients to shampoo less frequently, or to add a toning conditioner to their at-home regime to keep their colour hot in-between salon appointments. It’s much easier to achieve on lighter hair types with fair, cool complexions, although darker hair types can of course be pre-lightened pre-pink, or extensions added for those who want a quick fix without the upkeep.

TH1 HAIR: was launched by multi award-winning hairstylist, Thomas Hills, in 2004. Located in a prime spot in the heart of Oxted, Surrey, the salon boasts a talented team of eight stylists, proficient in cutting, styling and technical ability and dedicated to delivering exemplary customer care. 

A Revlon Professional affiliated salon, the team are regulars backstage at London Fashion Week while Director, Thomas, travels globally, educating and innovating on behalf of the brand. Thomas is also the 2020 British Hairdressing Awards Southern Hairdresser of the Year.