The Learning Curve

Education, Education, Education I think i’m always extolling the need for constant training, the need for the individual to keep relevant is very important in a fast changing industry like mine, one in which the ideals of beauty are always changing, you only have to look at your own old photos to see how quickly style moves on. Nobody really wants to be left behind but given the fact that many of us are time poor, spending our spare time in a class or staff training night might seem read more


In 2009 L’oreal celebrated 100 years of colour innovation, and launched

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a ground breaking new colour system called INOA. It was the first amonia free permanent haircolour in the world. At the time of the world wide launch I was in North America and can still remember the excitement and thrill of being involved with such an amazing product. The benefits of this new colour system are – read more

Younger Looking Hair Colour

The cosmetics market has a huge range of products aimed at women over the age of 40 all claiming to to help with the effects of aging, I have a number of them and believe they work. Skincare companies are working hard on this market and haircolour companies are also producing great products that are softer gentler more luminous rather than the traditional opaque coverages of years gone by – but without the right technician a lady in her 40’s 50’s and 60’s can easily be made to look older,coloured and tired. read more