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Jul 182017 Gossip

pirateria pubblicitaria

La pubblicazione gratuita da parte degli editori, o simili, di pagine pubblicitarie o articoli correlati è l’equivalente di un’azione di PIRATERIA. E’ infatti un’azione da ritenersi come “concorrenza sleale” nei confronti delle aziende o dei clienti che pagano la pubblicità e che mantengono così, anche senza volerlo, i loro concorrenti che sfruttano i mezzi di comunicazione senza avere costi.

Nell’ambiente editoriale queste azioni maldestre si chiamano “MARKETTE”. C’è poi da sottolineare che queste “markette” che vengono interpretate come redazionali sono fatte “senza fattura” e quindi c’è un possibile illecito anche fiscale.

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Jul 172017 Gossip

paola fusco

Con grande gioia nostra, dei genitori e degli amici comunichiamo che Paola Fusco si è laureata in Psicologia (con specializzazione in comunicazione prodotto) con 110 e lode ed i complimenti della commissione !

Congratulazioni anche ai genitori Rita e Fulvio !

BRAVA, Dottoressa Paola, il mondo ha bisogno di giovani così !!!


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Jul 172017 Gossip

Hair: Clubstar – UK
Collection: Alliance
Ph: Jamie Blanshard
Make-up: Grace Sinnot
Styling: Bernard Connolly
Art Direction: Joseph Ferraro


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Jul 172017 Gossip


Soft tones and blushes infuse together to create beautiful silhouettes, while saturated and fierce shades enhance texturised finishes. A striking array of colour palettes highlight strong shapes and compliment effective placements.

Hair: Colour Project 2016 – UK
Collection: Paragon
Ph: Richard Miles
Make-up: Roseanna Velin
Art Direction: Michelle Griffin


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Jul 142017 Gossip


Hair: X-Presion – España


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Jul 142017 Gossip

Hair: Rainbow Room International George Square Art Team – UK
Collection: Generation Z
Ph: Elliot Mackie
Make-up: The Academy Of Make Up
Styling: Claire Mcmail
Art Director: Dylan Brittain, Rainbow Room International, George Square


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Jul 142017 Gossip


The Local Data Company’s latest Leisure and Retail report revealed that more hairdressing, barbers and beauty business opened in 2016 than ever before, overtaking tearooms, coffee shops and take-aways in popularity.

With beauty salons, barbers, beauty and nail salons occupying four out of the 10 top slots, the hair and beauty industry combined saw the highest number of new business openings in Great Britains. By contrast, the greatest number of closures were suffered by banks, convenience stores, women’s clothing, pubs, fashion shops, newsagents and Post Office services. The National Hairdressing Federations’ CEO, Hilary Hall commented: “Not only does the LDC report unveil the explosive growth in the number in 2016, it also provides concrete proof that salons and barbershops are facing ever-increasing competition.

If they are to survive in such a tough marketplace, business owners will need to work harder than ever before on their brand and client experience to differentiate their business from the many others out there.

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Jul 132017 Gossip


Il magazine di moda-capelli più ricercato del momento ti aspetta nelle edicole dei maggiori aeroporti italiani e stranieri, nei Duty Free, nelle più importanti stazioni ferroviarie e Autogrill, in 50 Hairshop e presso le librerie La Feltrinelli.



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Jul 132017 Gossip

BHBA 2016 Winners

The best business brains in hairdressing have been named, as finalists for the annual industry awards are revealed.

For the last 19 years, Hairdressers Journal International has celebrated the business brains behind the country’s most trailblazing salons at the British Hairdressing Business Awards. The awards seek to find and celebrate the very best salon businesses in the country – an industry which contributes an estimated £7bn to the British economy and one which employs more than 300,000 people. With 17 categories celebrating all aspects of the business side of hairdressing, the awards are a proven platform for raising a salon’s profile. Even finalising in one of the prestigious categories marks a business out as one of the finest providers in the country; a win catapults them to the very top, providing unrivalled recognition that they are at the pinnacle of their profession and raising their profile to give an edge over competitors. Says HJ’s Executive Director, Jayne Lewis-Orr: “Promoting professionalism, innovation and excellence, the British Hairdressing Business Awards recognise those individuals and teams who work tirelessly to raise the profile and stature of this industry, and make it one of which we can all be proud.

“Each year we’re amazed by the quality and diversity of applications. We’re proud to support an industry which continues to go from strength to strength and give credit to those achievers who are really making a difference to the business of hairdressing. As a visual industry, we’re quick to recognise those that create beautiful work, but we believe that it’s equally important to recognise those often-unsung heroes who work tirelessly behind the scenes and on the salon floor to make a tangible difference to the lives of their clients and team members.” For winners, it’s not just about a trophy and a stamp of approval – the awards make a real tangible difference to business. Last year, Andrew Price of the eponymous Welsh salon chain scooped the ultimate accolade of Business Director of the Year. He says: “[This win] represented validation from my peers and professionals within the industry for whom I have immense respect and whose success I aspire to emulate. From the perspective of the Andrew Price Group, the award brings with it a gravitas to support our claims of excellence. I have never been more inspired to raise the bar for my business and I actively encourage the same of all my employees.”

A win can also inspire the team, as Chloe Ascott from Hare & Bone, who won Salon Stylist of the Year in 2016 can attest. “Being recognised for my contribution to the industry was amazing, it’s also pushed me to the next level with my career at Hare & Bone. I have since been promoted to art director for the company, enjoying time with my clients, educating our apprentices and spending time with the team.” The categories at the awards cover all aspects of the business of hairdressing, from managers and directors to juniors and stylists. It also covers the efforts of salons in marketing, retail, customer care and even salon design – in short, it identifies and recognises every aspect of running a thriving salon.

This year’s finalists are:

Salon of the Year 1, sponsored by Salon Services

Aesthetics, Solihull
Hare & Bone, London
Paul Edmonds, London
Richard Wallace Hairdressing, Solihull
Sarai Hair & Beauty, Crowthorne
Simon Webster Hair, Brighton

Salon of the Year 2, sponsored by L’Oréal Professionnel

Austen Thomson Hair, Edinburgh
Bloggs Salons Gloucester Road, Bristol
Bravo Hairdressing, Newbury
Medusa Hairdressing, Southsea
Perfectly Posh Hair, Hungerford
Sixth Sense Salon, Sutton Coldfield

Retail Salon of the Year, sponsored by TIGI

Hair Culture, London
KAM Hair & Body Spa, Lossiemouth
KH Hair, Nottingham
KH Hair, Tutbury
The Company of Master Barbers, Southport

Salon Team of the Year, sponsored by Fudge Professional

Clay Hair Salon, Oxshott
Edward James, London
Elements Lifestyle, Oxted
Not Another Salon, London
S. J. Forbes, Egham
Simon Webster Hair, Brighton

Male Grooming Salon of the Year, sponsored by Andis

Barberology, Birmingham
Christian Wiles Hairdressing, Northampton
Daniel Rymer Male Grooming, Bristol
Jacks of London, Wimbledon
Pall Mall Barbers, London
The Company of Master Barbers, Southport

Front of House Team of the Year

Aesthetics, Northampton
Ego Hair Design, Inverness
KH Hair, Hinkley
KH Hair, Nottingham
Not Another Salon, London
Reed Hair, Maldon

Manager of the Year, sponsored by Goldwell

Claire Louise Timlin, En Route Hair & Beauty, Wakefield
Pam Armstrong, Francesco Group, Hanley
Simon Barker & Laura Glen, HOB Salons, London
Paul Fitzgerald, PR Hair, London
Lisa Welsher, Sarai Hair & Beauty, Crowthorne
Liam Fry, Tony Wood Hairdressing, Southsea

Independent Salon – Business Newcomer, sponsored by Sweet Squared

Crown London, London
Heavenly Hair, Saxmundham
Linton & Mac, Aberdeen
Melissa Timperley Salons, Manchester
Spring, Birmingham
Thomas Hairdressing, Uppingham

Salon Stylist of the Year

Amy Sultan, Francesco Group, Ringwood
Charlotte Coppin, Clipso, Watford
Hannah Stoneman, Strangeways Salon, Leigh-on-Sea
Ines Macedo, Be My Guest, Southsea
Mario Fallia, The Gallery Hairdressing, Southborough
Natalie Newton, Sarai Hair & Beauty, Crowthorne

Innovation of the Year

Arconic Brush – Arconic Brush, Perth
Douce, Cambridge
Raw Edge – Lara Johnson Lifestyle, Swansea
Prism Pot – Prism Pot Ltd, Aldershot
Curl by Curl – Spring, Birmingham
The Hair Foundation, London

Junior of the Year

April Mash, Strangeways Salon, Leigh-on-Sea
Matilda Marshall, Paul Edmonds, London
Patrycja Kula, FHC For Hair, Basingstoke
Rheanne Bryant, Hare & Bone, London
Rosie Poole, The Lion and the Fox, London
Yolanda Douglas, Errol Douglas Salon, London

Customer Care Award

Clay Hair Salon, Oxshott
KAM Hair & Body Spa, Lossiemouth
Melissa Timperley Salons, Manchester
Paul Edmonds, Knightsbridge
Reed Hair, Maldon
Sixth Sense Salon, Sutton Coldfield

Salon Design Award

Matthew Curtis Salon Group, Stratford-Upon-Avon
Sixth Sense Salon, Sutton Coldfield
Spectrum One Salon Group, Haslingden
Tony Wood Hairdressing, Southsea
Tristan Eves, Petworth

Training Award

KH Hair Training Academy, Long Eaton
Neon Salon & School, St Helier
Renella, Falkirk Room97 Creative Academy, Wakefield
The London Hair Academy, Shoreditch

Marketing Award

Austen Thomson Hair, Edinburgh
Elaje Hair & Beauty, Cambridge
Hair OTT, Portsmouth
Jacks of London, Wimbledon
Melissa Timperley Salons, Manchester
Not Another Salon, London
Tony Wood Hairdressing, Southsea

Franchisee of the Year

Claire Louise Denyer, Saks Hair & Beauty, Kingshill
Danny Coles & Steve Bailey, Haringtons Hairdressing, Middlesex
David Akroyd & Tony Brown, Toni&Guy, East Grinstead
Elizabeth Young, Francesco Group, Cannock
Mike Fenton, Francesco Group, Sandbach
Natalie Coates & Ryan Coates, Toni&Guy, Sutton Coldfield

Business Director of the Year

Alan Simpson, Contemporary Salons, Middlesbrough
Barrie Stephen, Barrie Stephen Hair, Leicester
Colin McAndrew, Medusa, Edinburgh
Lorenzo Colangelo, The Gallery Hairdressing, Southborough
Simone Thomas, Simone Thomas Salon, Bournemouth
Steven Rowbottom and Marc Westerman, Westrow

The awards take place on Monday 11 September 2017 at Park Plaza Westminster Bridge, London.

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Jul 122017 Gossip

Hair: Sharon Dow @ Kevin Kahan – UK
Ph: Benjamin Michael
Make-up: Francesca Brazzo
Styling: Desiree


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