Young Hairdressers Set For Success

Young hairdressers from across London and Essex gathered in Bethnal Green recently for the finals of major hair competition, the Central Hair Show.
The event was organised by the Central Hairdressing Academy and Joshua Galvin Academy who train hairdressing and barbering apprentices from across London and Essex. New sponsors, Barkers Hairdressing Supplies, donated a huge array of scissors and heated tools for winners and runners-up.
Trainees from salons initially submitted pictures of their entries and a panel made up of renowned hairdressers, including Andrew Barton, selected entrants for the grand final at Bethnal Green Town Hall. CLICK HERE for the full article at

Discovering Ways to Create a Good Hair Day

Discovering Ways To Create A Good Hair Day

There are many tips and techniques that can be learned when it comes to hair care. By using the following article’s advice, you can determine the best hairstyle for both your personality and appearance.

When you are attending to the shampooing and conditioning of your hair, make sure that you thoroughly rinse off all product after it has been applied and that none remains on your hair follicles. Product that is left to build up on your hair can lead to lifeless and dull locks.

Take a daily multi-vitamin. One of the best ways to ensure healthy hair growth is to take in a balanced diet with plenty of vitamins. Taking a daily multi-vitamin will supplement your dietary intake to ensure that your body’s needs are met or exceeded. Select a high-quality vitamin designed for people of your age and gender… CLICK HERE for the full article at

NashWhite Featured in Creative Head Magazine

Drawing inspiration from the volcanic beaches of Iceland, Nash White combine dark backdrops, choppy lines and wet stained skin to evoke the island’s inky sand and white sea froth. With weightless texture and muted washes of contrasting colour, the hair also hints at the ethereal Northern Lights reflecting off the water’s surface. CLICK HERE to see the collection at

Lee Nash-Jones (styling) and Rob White (colour)
Sian Duke 
Chris Harris