Lifestyle Aylesbury – Salon News July 2015

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Training our team to be the best
Providing high quality, ongoing training to all of the team is really important to us here at Lifestyle. Not only does it give our stylists the opportunity to develop the artistic and creative side of their hairdressing, but it also means they are always up to date with the latest techniques and trends. And of course they can tell you about these in the salon and maybe adapt them for you.

So congratulations to Josie, KC, Katrina and Lucy who, along with two colleagues from our Newport Pagnell salon, have just completed their five weeks of Colour Masters training with Goldwell our colour house.

This is one of the highest qualifications available in the hairdressing industry so it’s a real achievement and means they can now offer you an even higher level of colour expertise. Well done girls.

We have another exciting training session planned for August when award winning hairdresser Shaun Hall, will be coming to the salon to train the team in creative cutting and colouring.

Since winning Newcomer of the Year at the 2009 British Hairdressing Awards, Shaun has gone on to win numerous other awards and is widely known in the hairdressing world for his artistic talent and creative flair, so this really is some of the best training available. Here’s a taste of his recent collection.

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Snapped in the Salon
The team have been really busy in the salon creating fabulous cuts, stunning colour transformations and some beautiful hair up.

Some of our clients have gone for something quite radical this summer!

Colour collage

Others have opted for a more muted palette.

 

Charly created this stunning hair up. Beautiful for a wedding.

 

 Good luck George

George EvansOn 1st August at 12:30pm, 13 year old George Evans will be having his head shaved by our barber Ed in aid of Cancer Research UK. All his own initiative, George is looking to raise as much money as possible for this great cause after a family friend was affected by breast cancer.

If you would like to support George’s fundraising, please follow this link to his Virgin money giving page.