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May 282020 Gossip

Ricrea a casa il look di Saccucci’s Masterclass, Salone di Roma eletto tra i TOP HAIRSTYLISTS 2020, grazie alla nuova piastra a vapore STEAMPOD 3.0

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May 282020 Gossip

Cutting hair is the staple of every stylist’s working week!

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How many cutting techniques do you use?
According to four-times British Hairdresser of the Year, Akin Konizi from HOB Salons, there are five main methods every hairdresser should know
. “Using the right cutting techniques can add movement and dimension to a hairstyle. Once you know the right techniques to use, you can create any shape or texture. It’s about using the right techniques to help you develop your cutting skills.”

The five cutting methods every hairdresser should know.

1 Layering
The most important technique but often the most underestimated. Good layering helps you create the material for all your shapes. You can use it for every shape, texture and hair type.

2 Graduation
Graduation is used to build up weight, with geometric lines either with or without tension and will form the outline of any shape you create.

3 Reverse Graduation
This is the best kept secret in hairdressing! It’s the opposite of each section getting shorter; each section is getting longer. It was used a lot in the 80s to create hard, strong geometry. The modern version is to use it on one-length styles. Use it on one-length styles to combat graduation.

4 Texturising
Texturising isn’t taken seriously enough. It’s about cutting shorter lengths into your longer lengths to create an internal shape in your haircut that will work as a structure to your styles. Sometimes it will give a softening effect, or it can be used to thin out the hair. Texturising offers a whole world of possibilities and potentials by manipulating weight.

5 Precision Cutting
Precision cutting is not just for geometry. It’s how I do all my cuts, it’s about doing your work precisely; if it’s a messy haircut, you still cut it with precision. If you want to create texture or choppiness, you still use precision.


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May 272020 Gossip

The nominees for HJ’s coveted British Hairdresser of the Year award have been announced – showcasing the wealth of talent and unshakeable passion within British hairdressing


This year Adam Reed, Angelo Seminara, Cos Sakkas, Darren Ambrose, Errol Douglas, Eugene Souleiman, Gary Hooker & Michael Young (Hooker & Young), Richard Ashforth, Robert Eaton and Sally Brooks wowed the British hairdressing industry, resulting in their nomination for the coveted title. This top ten received the closest voting cluster ever recorded in the award’s history, resulting in more nominees than ever before.

Nominated by top-tier hairdressers, influencers and UK and international press for their professional reputation, creative vision and their ability to act as an ambassador for British hairdressing, Executive Director of Hairdressers Journal International, Jayne Lewis Orr, said:

“British hairdressing has certainly faced its greatest ever challenge this year. It has been a testing time for us all and I have been so impressed with, but not surprised by, the industry’s continued professionalism, resilience and creativity. The British Hairdresser of the Year title has been the most sought-after for more than three decades. This year especially, it is recognition of the stylists at the forefront of this thriving, talented and professional community. The award not only cements the careers of exceptional hairdressers but consistently raises standards across our industry year-on-year.”

Since its inception in 1985, the title of HJ British Hairdresser of the Year has transformed exceptional stylists into either dynamic household names or meteoric hairdressing careers, previous winners include Trevor Sorbie, John Frieda, Umberto Giannini, Nicky Clarke, Charles Worthington, Antoinette Beenders, Beverley C and Sally Brooks to name a few.

The winner will be announced on Monday 30th November 2020 at JW Marriott Grosvenor House, Park Lane, alongside the winners in six specialist categories and nine regional categories, on the biggest night in the hairdressing calendar.

HJ’s 2020 British Hairdresser of the Year nominees:

  • Adam Reed, session stylist and salon owner, a colourful, skilful character bridging consumer and hairdressing worlds
  • Angelo Seminara, four times winner and one of the most captivating and original hair stylists of our time
  • Cos Sakkas, third time nominee, an artistic talent and a legend within Toni & Guy
  • Darren Ambrose, previous British Hairdresser of the Year winner 2015, a leader within session styling and hairdressing alike
  • Errol Douglas, MBE, honoured by Her Majesty the Queen for services to hairdressing, multiple award winner and hairdressing superstar
  • Eugene Souleiman, no words other than Eugene is a session stylist extraordinaire
  • Gary Hooker and Michael Young, (Hooker & Young) 12th consecutive nomination of British Hairdressers of the Year and hairdressing’s most famous duo, stage-stars, creative inspiration and talented educators
  • Richard Ashforth, first time nomination, well renowned in the hairdressing industry for his directional, forward thinking ideas, his belief in simplicity and commitment to beauty
  • Rob Eaton, current British Hairdresser of the Year 2019 andone of the most current and renowned colourists of the moment
  • Sally Brooks, two times winner ofBritish Hairdresser of the Year (2017 & 2018), Sally is a global stage and creative star, renowned hairdresser and a national hero following her hairdressing documentary that is reaching educationalists and parents across the UK.
Rob Eaton Winner 2019
Rob Eaton – British Hairdressers Award Winner 2019

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May 272020 Gossip
Jose Urrutia  International Hairstylist

Daring, adventurous, confident, the characteristics of the youth who make their way through the city at night. Taking in all that the city has to offer, these guys are game for anything. Short, thickly cropped hair, with differing frontal effects are the features of this collection.

Ph: Jose Urrutia
Make-up: Peluquería Jose Urrutia
Stylist: Peluquería Jose Urrutia


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May 272020 Gossip
Junior Green International Hairstylist

In this collection Junior uses shape and texture to define each image. Working with both natural and created textures Junior used a wide range of cutting and styling techniques in this inspirational collection.

Ph: Agata Preyss
Make-Up: Neon Velvet
Stylist: J A G Styling


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May 272020 Gossip
Royston Blythe at Royston Blythe International Hairstylist

Find put the latest hair collection, called “Boys”, made by “ Royston Blythe at Royston Blythe ” international hairstylist from UK.

Ph: Richard Miles
Stylist: Nick Malenko
Colour: Anthony Osborne


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May 272020 Gossip
Mirko Cheyenne International Hairstylist
Mirko Cheyenne International Hairstylist

Find put the latest hair collection, called “Elfie”, made by “ Mirko Cheyenne ” international hairstylist from IT.

Ph: Matteo Genovese
Make-up: Mirko Cheyenne
Stylist: Mirko Cheyenne


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May 222020 Gossip

As we continue to be in lockdown, and the past weeks and months have given us all time to think about our priorities, our dreams and our goals. We’ve all had an opportunity to step back and breathe and realise what’s important. It’s also given us time to think about our careers, passions and ambitions.

TONI&GUY 5 things lockdown has taught us

TONI&GUY international artistic director and head of education, Cos Sakkas, believes being in isolation has made him realise what an amazing industry he works in.

“We’ve been talking to our salons and hairdressers around the world and the camaraderie, belief and humility has been awe-inspiring. There truly is no other industry like hairdressing – and the lockdown has made us all realise just what we offer. We work with amazing people, surround ourselves with positivity and passion and are always there for each other.”

Cos Sakkas’ five things that lockdown has taught us

1 How much you’ve missed hairdressing – the actual physical action of cutting or colouring hair, transforming a head of hair and creating something beautiful, edgy or feminine. Working on a mannequin isn’t the same – there’s no better feeling than seeing your client smile when they look in the mirror.

2 Conversations with your clients – that one-on-one chat about everyday life, their families and their careers, their worries and their dreams. There’s more to your relationship than hair and we realise how important that emotional bond is.

3 Community spirit – social media has brought the world of hairdressing closer together, sharing experiences of lockdown and reopening businesses from around the globe. We’ve shared concerns and worries and working together on solutions.

4 Your team is everything – the people you work with and surround yourself with are incredible. From assistants to salon managers, photographers and models, we work with people that are compassionate, funny, caring, loyal and exciting. Zoom catch ups have been great but I can’t wait for the day when we see each other again!

5 Education is as important as ever – there’s been a multitude of online education from cutting tutorials to hair up demonstrations. This has taught us all how important – and exciting – it is to keep our skills up to date and push ourselves out of our comfort zones. Nothing beats real-life education and we all wait for the day academies reopen and we can work with live models again.

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May 212020 Gossip
Angelo di Pasca da Saccucci Masterclass: Insieme saremo più forti di prima!

ROMA Giovedì 21 Maggio

I primi giorni lavorativi sono stati molto positivi, tutto è andato bene.
E’ stata un’emozione per noi del team Saccucci Masterclass come se fosse il primo giorno di lavoro ! Marco Saccucci e tutto il suo gruppo hanno fatto un grande lavoro per far si che le Clienti si sentissero nuovamente a casa con le abitudini di sempre.

“Abbiamo preso tutte le misure giuste
rispettando le norme governative !
Saccucci’s Masterclass team è una
grande squadra..”

Sono le solite mani degli hairstylists del salone che, come sempre, doneranno la felicità a tutte le donne, con un bel sorriso nascosto dalla mascherina, ma sempre presente !
La positività in questo momento è fondamentale per tutti noi colleghi e per le nostre clienti! Siamo tutti uniti insieme per far trionfare il mondo del Beauty e superare questo momento uscendone vincenti e più forti di prima.

Angelo di pasca
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SACCUCCI Masterclass
Viale Città d’Europa, 857 – ROMA (RM) – Italy
Tel. + 39 06 52200413 – 06 52200386

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