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COLORWORX TRAINING

The lovely Diane from Schwarzkopf came up to our Kemnay Salon for a training afternoon to show us all the bright new Colorworx range and the Nude Tones.

Model 1 Before :

Ausra Before

Model 1 After:

Ausra After

Model 2 Before:

Haesel Before

Model 2 After:

Haesel After

Model 3 After:

Diana After

Team Photo with Diane From Schwarzkopf

The Team 1

The Team 2

Thank you again to Diane for coming up and teaching us some new skills, we can’t wait until the next time!

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YES or No? In or Out?

These are the questions the media throws at us on a daily basis on a variety of strategic matters. It is all so perplexing we often don’t know what to think.
In our line of business there are , however, more pressing matters. To have a fringe or not to have a fringe? Should it be a heavy blunt cut or a soft asymmetric flowing fringe? And this is only one of  the burning issues we are faced with on a daily basis.
Fashion is a funny old thing really, here today and gone tomorrow but in our shops we try and suggest and act in the best interests of the individual.
IGORA ROYAL Nude Tones
The Spring/Summer 2016 edit from our guru Schwarzkopf has been launched and we are loving the soft, earthy, nude tones which is the biggest trend in hair colouring. Or perhaps you are an urban creative in which case you will love the  the new Igora Colorworx. Bright, bold and vibrant ranging from the mermaid hues of green, blue and purples to to the cupcake pastel blends. Anything that can be imagined can be created. Experiment a little or a lot!
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Ask your stylist to explain which shades will work best for you.
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Up Close and Personal

In the Chair with…


Sarah Franklin

Plenty of experience in all aspects of hairdressing, especially colouring and cutting. Infamous for her ‘inventive ‘ fringes and turn the clock back highlights and lowlights….Interests are many and varied but if you fancy a good chat about the remedies for powdery mildew and the latest must visit art exhibition then Sarah’s your stylist.

 The best thing my parents taught me… Not to play with mercury or stick drawing pins in a mahogany fireplace.

What I love the most about hairdressing… Listening to the thrills and spills of peoples lives and being responsible for their image but ultimately their confidence…thats important.

My proudest hairdressing moment… There have been many big moments along this journey from buying my first shop to becoming an SVQ approved training centre. More recently it is being accepted onto the Shaping Futures Team in India to teach hairdressing to disadvantaged young adults.

I think my clients love me because… I listen, take an interest , learn and give them a great look at a damn good price.

My favourite part of the working week… Monday morning with a to do list.

One thing I would change about the hairdressing industry… The lack of respect some people give to young people in the industry.

If I wasn’t a hairdresser now I’d be… A horticulturist with my own nursery or an art critic/trader with my own gallery in central London, taking part in the Great British Sewing Bee!

My biggest influence… The people all around me from all walks of  life, all ages and all industriess.

My greatest weakness… Antiques shop, charity shops, and dancing!

If I could change anything about myself I’d… Be more sporty/daring, and enjoy high octane adrenaline sports

It’s not good for my image but I like… A bit of silence and solitude at the weekend.

The song i can never get out of my head is… Withering Heights, Bohemian Rhapsody or New Orleans

The most expensive thing I’ve ever frittered money on was… Apart from cars and houses is a pair of boots that I can barely walk in!

My last meal would be… In Positano on the beach with a bottle of Sancerre!