Stylists

Claire

Claire

What is your hair speciality?

Braids and cutting.

Biggest hair care do and don’t?

Do - alternate your conditioner. Once a month use a protein conditioner otherwise use a moisturising one.

Don't - use straighteners without heat protector.

What does it take to be successful in this industry?

Hard grafting and staying in touch with trends.

Gabriella

Gabriella

What is your hair speciality?

I really enjoy the big transformations with a little bit of a French touch :)

What is the best part of your job?

The great relationship I have with my lovely clients.

What does it take to be successful in this industry?

Love life, smile and live true!

Irene

Irene

What is the best part of your job?

The best part of my job is to be able to connect with people, to make them happy with what I know best - being a hairdresser.

One hair tool you simply can’t live without?

My GHD straighteners. I love the results you get when you use them; the curls, the waves, how smooth they make straight hair look. I can't live without them.

Most memorable hair moment?

I love doing crazy colours, so the most memorable hair moment was my first time working as a team doing a full rainbow hair colour.

Ivan

Ivan

How long have you been working as a hair stylist for?

5 years.

What is your latest go to hairstyle trend?

Balayage - very soft with multi tones within.

Biggest hair care do and don’t?

The biggest hair care I can recommend would be to look after your hair with nourishing hair masks and a healthy diet. My biggest don't is not to stress the hair too much with heat and always use heat protection!

Joe

Joe

How long have you been working as a hair stylist for?

8 years.

What prompted you to get into hair?

I've always had a artsy streak in me since a young age and a keen eye for perfection... hair was a good way of expressing that!

What is your hair speciality?

I'm a huge fan of classic, sophisticated women's and men's styles. Especially good set of highlights... (so I am told).

Mike

Mike

How long have you been working as a hair stylist for?

14 years.

What prompted you to get into hair?

I thought it would be a great career choice, I also thought it was a career you could be creative in.

What is your hair speciality?

Men’s hair.

Paco

Paco

What is the best part of your job?

The best part of my job is that I can be creative and create hair makeovers for my clients. I enjoy making changes for my clients and seeing them happy with the result, which automatically makes me happy.

What surprises you most about working as a hair stylist?

It surprises me how many styles and creations you can achieve and the fact that with every client you are challenged to do something new or different. It challenges you to improve your techniques every year.

What is your latest go to hairstyle trend?

I follow the new trends from fashion and I apply them as much as possible on my clients, but I always consider the style and personality of each client.

Paula

Paula

What prompted you to get into hair?

My passion for art made me become a hairstylist. You can create art with hair. You can be creative and unique and you have the chance to do something different every day.

What is your hair speciality?

My hair speciality is hair-up.

What is the best part of your job?

The best part of this job is its diversity, you never get the chance to be bored.

Sara

Sara

How long have you been working as a hair stylist for?

8 years.

What is the best part of your job?

Seeing how my clients trust me to let me change their hair style.

What surprises you most about working as a hair stylist?

Being able to create new styles and improve professionally every day.