Real Talk – Paula McCash on balance

Life can’t just be about one thing…

Real Talk – Jayson Gray on building a brand

That name recognition doesn’t come easy

Real Talk – Paula McCash on faux freedom

Don’t get caught out

How we work now – Siobhan Jones, Rose & Wild

The colour expert and new salon owner talks about why she’s set up her Fulham hub for freelancers

How we work now – Matthew Sutcliffe, TINT

Matthew Sutcliffe had experienced both salon and freelancer life. It all helped him crystalise his concept for his own business, TINT

How we work now – Lacey Hunter-Felton, Hunter Collective

After nearly two decades in hairdressing, Lacey wanted a better work/life balance. The Hunter Collective was born…

How we work now – Ky Wilson, The Social

Ky Wilson’s The Social lives up to its name. No wonder it scooped Most Wanted Best New Salon of 2018

How we work now – Angelo Vallillo, DNA Artspace

When launching DNA Artspace, co-founder Angelo Vallillo turned to self-employed stylists to help stretch the budget. It didn’t go according to plan…

Real Talk – Jonathan Andrew on commitment

It’s much more than a label

Real Talk – Joanne Fox on investment

The one investment you need to make

Real Talk – Tegan Robertson on striking out

The colourful creative spreads her wings

Real Talk – Jonathan Andrew on variety

The jack of all freelance trades

How we work now – Michelle Rooney, Hooker & Young Wynyard

How one stylist tried the self-employed life… and found her future back in the salon

The London Fashion Week Lowdown S/S19

Get backstage passes for all the hottest S/S19 trends, straight from the stylists themselves

The five common mistakes made cutting curly hair

Matt Surplice discusses how you can offer curly clients a great service

Sharpen up your vintage barbering techniques

Rock’n’roll is never out of style – and neither are these classic barbering techniques