Hairdressers Journal
Hairdressers Journal

Hairdressers Journal - February 2021

Inspiring today's hairdressers

Hairdressers Journal February 2021 Articles

Letter from the editor
In turbulent times there is beauty to be found by embracing simplicity
Embrace your signature style
Discover true beauty within the darkness
Eradicating errors at the colour bar
When salons reopen every opportunity to make extra profit will count. Josh Howard, co-founder and CEO at Vish, reveals easy ways to save money by reducing waste at every step of the colour process
Get Ready for TrendVision Award 2021
Would you like to receive recognition from your peers and the rest of the hairdressing industry by simply bringing your vision, creativity and craftsmanship to life?
How to survive in 2021
As we leave behind one of the most challenging years ever faced by the hair and beauty industry, the NHBF explains how businesses can plan for the tough times ahead
Digital News
What’s new on our site and social channels
Should you be friends with your clients?
Hairdressers are known to lend a sympathetic ear to clients, but where should you draw the line in the relationship? Two experts weigh in
How to streamline your business
As we enter 2021, now is the time to consider where you want you and your business to be at the end of the COVID-19 pandemic
How to become a VISIONARY
A new world requires a new vision. Now is the time to follow salon consultant Ryan Fox’s steps to develop a vision that will work for you and your business moving forward
HJ Insider
This month's survey has insights on the current lockdown, how you're feeling and what you'd like to see from the UK Government and hairdressing industry
SOS – Save Our Salons
Managing director at Richard Ward Hair & Metro Spa and hair and beauty consultant Hellen Ward, explains why the professional hairdressing and beauty industry need to act now if we want to save all salons in 2021
Conversations on COLOUR
The OSMO IKON brand ambassador and owner of Spectrum Hair Company loves reinventing clients' colour and learning from people of all ages
By failing to prepare, you prepare to fail – an adage that  can be applied to many situations, and never is it truer than when  planning a photographic shoot. HJ talks to two photographers who have grown up in the hairdressing industry
Head Coverings and the Hair Industry
For some women who wear a head covering going to a hair salon can be a challenge. HJ explores the issues these clients face and what you can do to give them the best experience possible
Fresh and Fun For SS21
SS21’s fashion month might have been virtual, but the hair trends were  larger than life and  Here are the key trends and how you can translate them into wearable looks for  more wearable than ever.  your clients
CELEB expectations
Celebrity extension transformations have a lot to answer for when it comes to giving clients false extension expectations. HJ investigates
All of the latest men’s hairdressing news to help you improve your grooming game
HJ’s lowdown on the latest professional products and tools you can add to your kitbag, use at the backwash or sell to your clients
Rainbow Room International’s George Square salon in Glasgow has had a beautiful refurbishment to celebrate its 20th anniversary
The Nutritional Hairdresser
Having graduated in nutrition, senior art director Collette Doyle believes there’s a strong connection between the hair and health industries. Here she explains how she brings these two worlds together
Life Through a Lens
Salon owner at MODE Hair and the current Artistic Team of the Year winner at HJ's British Hairdressing Awards, sponsored by Schwarzkopf Professional, shares eight of his all-time favourite creations
WONDERLAND Experiment with shape
Hair: Terri Kay and Andrea Giles at Mark
A modern edge meets understated simplicity
Celebrate the diversity of your clients’ identities
Beautiful curls, twists and bends
Cool and fresh
Create expensive and playful hair