Hi! I have crappy curly hair I inherited from my Irish grandpappy. For years I just grade 2'd it, but recently I've been letting it grow out a bit. It is now the longest it has ever been but it's a freakish mess! (If you look at the latest photo in my /tagged/me you will see what I mean) Anyhoo... I recently saw a photo of a guy like me who was rocking an awesome halfadour that blended in to his beard. Perfect. Then I did some research and found youse guise. Think you could do something please?!
Yes of course! We’re a fan of curly hair as it can create a lovely vintage wave in the hair. Feel free to email for an appointment! email@example.com
Hiya. I have longish dyed black hair (past my bra strap) and I'm looking to get it dyed a dark lilac colour. How much would it cost me to get it done with you guys? Your salon looks awesome :)
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We would have to see your hair to know if we thought it was possible or not, but it could be £150ish? Email me if you fancy knowing more, firstname.lastname@example.org
(part2 of my awkward rambling!)so can I work as an apprentice or "helping" around a salon in London without a hairdresser certificate? I´m from Barcelona-Spain and I currently live in Germany and this works different in every country. I really hope that all these questions don´t bother or upset you, but I didn´t know who else to ask. I can give you my email if it´s better for you to talk in private. Btw! I´m mosquitomadchen, the girl who just followed you on IG as well a few days ago. Thank you!
There are so many different ways to get into hairdressing, and I agree its confusing!
You can pay to go to college, and then try and find a job as a junior. You can be an apprentice, where the salon pays for your training, and you earn a small basic wage. These are a bit trickier to find obviously.
To be a junior, you don’t need qualifications as such, my Saturday girl is a ‘helper’ but doesn’t want to train in hair.
Hope that helps!
It would be my dream to work with you darlings!
Aw thank you!
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