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The ultimate resource and training guide for the hair industry, this is your one-stop shop for all things related to a successful career in hairdressing and barbering.

Show host and creator of HairClubLive, Dom Lehane, interviews special guests from across the hair, fashion, beauty and creative occupations, educating you with their insights, inspirations and information to take your hairdressing and barbering careers to the next level. Whether you're considering a career in the hair industry, a trainee hairdresser, highly skilled hairstylist, ambitious barber or a salon owner there is something definitely here for you in this Podcast.

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry Dom Lehane - Hair industry expert

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The ultimate resource and training guide for the hair industry, this is your one-stop shop for all things related to a successful career in hairdressing and barbering.

Show host and creator of HairClubLive, Dom Lehane, interviews special guests from across the hair, fashion, beauty and creative occupations, educating you with their insights, inspirations and information to take your hairdressing and barbering careers to the next level. Whether you're considering a career in the hair industry, a trainee hairdresser, highly skilled hairstylist, ambitious barber or a salon owner there is something definitely here for you in this Podcast.

    EP138: Why Freelance Hairdresser’s Need to be Taken Seriously – with Sheila Abrahams

    EP138: Why Freelance Hairdresser’s Need to be Taken Seriously – with Sheila Abrahams

    Today's guest Sheila Abrahams went from salon owner to freelance hairdresser by default, offering home hairdressing services. But with the freelance world being dubbed as ‘the black market’, professionals like Sheila struggled to be taken seriously outside of a salon environment. This was going to change!



    Sheila had a very different vision and got together with Heather Hopkins, who shared her vision, to form a trade association that set standards for the first time in the freelance sector. In October 1993 The freelance Hair & Beauty Federation (FHBF) was launched. Giving a voice to freelancers in the industry as well as making many services available for the freelance sector that had previously been denied. At last freelance hairdressers had a voice in the industry, were being recognised for running professional businesses and renowned for the importance they place on regular training to keep their skills at the cutting edge.



    Freelance hairdressers have now had their own organisation for more than twenty five years and in 2014 the FHBF was rebranded the Freelance Hairdresser's Association (FHA). The freelance sector is now well established with recognised industry standards. But has the freelancer reputation really changed or is there still a stigma with mobile hairdressing? Thats what we're about to uncover in today's podcast with Sheila.



    As the founder of the FHA, the pride that Sheila has towards her astonishing achievement is clear – and rightly so. “The members are like my family. People have made amazing friendships through the organisation and I’m hugely proud of the support it was provided.” And, today she’s got some amazing insight into being a professional freelance hairdresser, and what it takes to succeed. Have a listen.



     



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    Until next Monday, Peace, Love and Smiles all the way… Goodbye



     

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    EP137: What You Need to Know – ‘How To Cut It’ Podcast in 2020

    EP137: What You Need to Know – ‘How To Cut It’ Podcast in 2020

    Today's episode is a rare one. Why you may ask? First up, I have no guest for you. It's a solo show with just me, the microphone and your company.



    I felt the time was right to stop and take stock of everything thats happened to me and the 'How To Cut It' podcast since I first launched and hosted the intro show back in March 2017.  And thats exactly what I'm going to share with you all today. So come with me as we take a look to the past, now and future of the 'How To Cut It' podcast. I've some exciting and exclusive news to reveal to you all, including a ticket give away to Wella Professionals brand new Colour Conversation events that I'll be hosting in London, Manchester and Dublin. More on that shortly!



    We kick off today's episode with the past. Featuring an incredible array of industry icons, rising stars, digital influencers and those from the creative and fashion industries, I'm thrilled to have brought to you 53 episodes in 2019. But what was the most listened to episodes of this year? That I'm about to announce to you –– the Top 5 highest download episodes from 2019. Be sure to listen in to hear if your favourite interview has got into that Top 5.



    Moving on to the now, I'm keen to share with you on how podcasting has been one of the best decision I've made  in my hairdressing career. Thanks to podacsting it is giving me the amazing experiences of being invited to host and guest speak at leading industry events. I'll be telling you of some my current gig bookings for the year ahead, that includes Inspirational Minds 2020, Colour Conversation and Business Hub 2020. I hope you can join me at one of these events!



    Like all good 'How To Cut It' episodes we will finish with the future. Let's just say there is a few teasers in this podcast, where I'll be touching upon both a brand new live stage show that I'll be hosting throughout the UK during 2020, and the launch of another podcast show soon.  Curious to know more, then keep tuned in.



    Lastly, do stick around to the very end of this podcast. I'll be telling how you can have the chance to WIN 1 of 5 tickets to Wella Professionals brand new Colour Conversation event in either London, Manchester and Dublin. Now thats what you need to know! Hit that play button!!



     



    A podcast produced by Hairy Media Productions.



     

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    Until next Monday, Peace, Love and Smiles all the way… Goodbye



     

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    EP136: Disrupting the Beauty Industry! Alexis and David Thurston’s Journey to Pulp Riot

    EP136: Disrupting the Beauty Industry! Alexis and David Thurston’s Journey to Pulp Riot

    Back in Episode 126 of our Salon International 2019 Backstage Special, I had the delight to sit down for a short conversation with Alexis and David Thurston, the husband and wife duo and founders of the Pulp Riot hair colour line, Butterfly Loft salon in Los Angeles, and the Butterfly Circus traveling education team. In that episode they briefly touched upon the Pulp Riot tribe and brand. Well today I've invited them their back onto the show as I want to go much deeper into their early beginnings in hair, their relationship, Butterfly Loft Salon, education, and their journey to the success of founding the fastest growing colour line in the history of the beauty industry, Pulp Riot.



    For the past decade Alexis and David have been industry disruptors and innovators. Changing how professional hair products are created and marketed, how stylists are educated, and how communities of artists are created. They have been at the forefront of the digital revolution in the beauty industry, which has resulted in Pulp Riot becoming the fastest growing colour line in the history of the beauty industry. Whilst fast growing, David says of their journey to Pulp Riot, "It wasn't a straight line of success, it was a spiral staircase up." This is something they will be sharing much more of with us all today.



    This conversation with Alexis and David is great, packed full of insights into how they've gone about disrupting the beauty industry using yes, their mobile phones and social media. It blew my mind on what they have achieved in such a short space of time whilst maintaining a healthy family home life, too. I hope that listening in to this podcast today it will make you feel that you can achieve any goals you hunger for in the industry, but only if you have those magic ingredients of: desire, passion, drive and talent.



    So what are we waiting for, lets get to this by hitting that play button. Enjoy!



     



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    Special thanks to Alexis and David Thurston for joining me today.



    Until next Monday, Peace, Love and Smiles all the way… Goodbye

    • 1 hrs 19분
    EP135: How Hunter and Walsh Came Back from the Edge of Ruins – with Vivienne Johns

    EP135: How Hunter and Walsh Came Back from the Edge of Ruins – with Vivienne Johns

    Vivienne Johns is the co-owner of a successful hair salon business in Cornwall, UK, Hunter and Walsh. But it's not been a straightforward journey for the business since it first opened back in 2003. From the brink of financial ruins, Vivienne and her business partner Nadine Hunter, have had to dig deep by learning the valuable lessons from previous mistakes made in running a salon business. These mistakes have guided them to where their thriving salon business is now at in 2020. So for the everyday salon owner experiencing the anxieties of running a salon day to day, this is the podcast for you.



    When Vivienne first reached out to me she said, "I want to share my story with the listeners because as an avid listener of your podcast I sometimes struggle to recognise myself in the stories that are told. The untold stories of the everyday hairdresser, the ones that are struggling." Well today Vivienne has that opportunity, as she shares her story that will resonate with many of you who are currently facing the challenges of running a salon business, or for those of you looking to learn about the realities of what it really means to have your own salon of the future. Good and bad!



    We dig deep into the start up of the Hunter and Walsh salon. Next, Vivienne takes you through the growth of the salon, and how it went to the edge of ruins. In the end, Vivienne explains how they learned from all of their past mistakes, which eventually led them to come bouncing back with a successful and well run business model. It's an open, honest – and at times, emotional conversation that will give us all a masterclass to running a salon business through all of it's highs and lows. We cover it all!



    This podcast today has so many inspirational takeaways from Vivienne on running a salon business. No matter how tough things can get in business, you'll be empowered to know that to get true success, you'll learn best from your mistakes and that having a steely determination will one day reap you the rewards. Lets dive in!



     



    A podcast produced by Hairy Media Productions.



     

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    Special thanks to Vivienne Walsh for joining me today.



    Until next Monday, Peace, Love and Smiles all the way… Goodbye

    • 1 hrs 15분
    EP134: Joe Mills – Creating Successful High Street Hair Brands

    EP134: Joe Mills – Creating Successful High Street Hair Brands

    Today’s guest Joe Mills has been grabbing my attention for sometime now. Why? Because not only is he a hugely respected men's session stylist who's work I love, but he's gone about creating successful high street hair brands. With brands that includes The Lounge Soho, Jo and Co Barbershop, and his recently launched new brand, MILLS, in select Primark stores nationwide, Joe shares today his story on how he's gone about building these high street brands – including the process of setting up the Mills concessions business within Primark stores.



    Joe is a humble, honest and nice guy. His first-hand experience on what is takes to build and run a high street hair brand from scratch – warts and all – is rich in valuable knowledge for us all. It's for these reasons why I'm psyched in having a conversation with Joe. Being in hair since he was 15, Joe moved to London in 1991, where he landed at the Fish in Soho. It was in 1998 that Joe took the leap into opening his first business, The Lounge Soho. The learning process to building and running a high street hair brand had begun. Something he'll be explaining to us all today.



    Don't think building successful high street hair brands comes easy. As a parent juggling childcare alongside running his brands and working on the shop floor, Joe is a perfect example on what can be achieved through dedication, passion and talent. So ask yourself: have you got all that about you? If yes, then creating a successful high street hair brand could be in your locker too.



    There are so many amazing nuggets of wisdom and insights that Joe shares in helping you achieving that dream of maybe running a successful high street hair brand, so listen in to the full episode and enjoy.



     



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    Special thanks to Joe Mills for joining me today.



    Until next Monday, Peace, Love and Smiles all the way… Goodbye

    • 1 hrs 3분
    EP133: Why You Need to be Collaborating in 2020 – with Sabrina Hill and Denise Walsh

    EP133: Why You Need to be Collaborating in 2020 – with Sabrina Hill and Denise Walsh

    New Year, New Decade. Does this mean new goals for you?



    Answered yes, then one of your goals for 2020 could possibly see you collaborating with likeminded hair stylists and salons to help you grow your skills, and likewise, you help to grow theirs too. This is what todays guests Sabrina Hill and Denise Walsh have gone about doing, and on the back of this in 2018 created together the Business of Hair –  a hairdressing education company. If the idea of collaborating appeals to you, then you're in for a treat as we're about to explore with Sabrina and Denise on why you need to be collaborating in 2020.



    Two successful salon owners, educators and social media industry influencers from Ireland, Sabrina owner of Kopper Hair Salon, Cork and Denise owner of Rustiq Salons, Kilkenny are separated by a 2 hour car journey. But this did not stop them from connecting and after a meeting up, coming together to initially creating a mutual collaboration of education between their salons. Bingo! With Denise's salon business acumen and Sabrina's award winning colour expertise, their salon businesses benefited from cross sharing education in the particular strengths. The perfect collaboration!



    Collaborating is big news right now, and I love how the idea could help the future of the hair industry . A process of two or more people working together to complete a task or achieve a goal, you'll hear how it could benefit you or your salon business, whilst also developing a support network for self-employed hairdressers.



    From in-salon education and problem solving, there is so many top tips coming your way from Denise and Sabrina on why collaborating could be the right way forward for hair stylists and salon businesses. Like I said, I love the idea of collaborating and I'm sure this could be one of your goals for 2020 and onwards, so make sure to listen in.



     



    A podcast produced by Hairy Media Productions.



     

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    Special thanks to Denise Walsh and Sabrina Hill for joining me today.



    Until next Monday, Peace, Love and Smiles all the way… Goodbye

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