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Fellowship’s Sunday Showdown


The Fellowship for British Hairdressing has launched a brand new Sunday broadcast collection; the Sunday Showdown.

As salons throughout the UK return to work and begin to navigate the ‘new regular’, The Fellowship for British Hairdressing is constant to encourage its members with on-line training. Every Sunday, ranging from 2nd August, the Fellowship for British Hairdressing will likely be broadcasting the Sunday Showdown; a compilation of training and inspiration content material comprising pre-recorded reveals, training and interviews.

The Sunday Showdown will likely be offered by a unique Fellowship host every week, and may have a theme related to what’s taking place within the trade on the time or wider subjects together with the most effective of the F.A.M.E. Crew and a concentrate on Fellowship Vice President and reigning British Hairdresser of the 12 months, Robert Eaton.

The content material for August is as follows:

2nd August

Salon Worldwide Particular

Visitor artists: Sassoon, Junior Inexperienced, Michelle Thompson, Rick Roberts, Charlotte Mensah, HOB Salons, Karoliina Saunders, Robert Masciave and Karine Jackson.

ninth August

F.A.M.E. Crew Particular

Visitor artists: Errol Douglas MBE, Sam Burnett, Rob Eaton, Jamie Stevens, F.A.M.E. Crew 2018, 2019 and 2020.

16th August

Professional Hair Stay Particular

Visitor artists: Shane Bennett for Goldwell, Suzie McGill for Schwarzkopf Skilled, Saks Artwork Crew for L’Oréal Professionnel and James Earnshaw for Amika.

23rd August

Robert Eaton Particular

Wella Pattern Imaginative and prescient present, Salon Worldwide stage present, Professional Hair Stay stage present and Stay Lounge interview with Ashleigh Hodges.

30th August


Visitor artists: Sam Burnett, Katie Prescott and Zoe Williams.

The content material will likely be broadcast every week on the Fellowship’s The Data platform on-line at fellowshiphair.com and on the Fellowship’s Fb web page at @fellowshiphair.

“We now have cherished with the ability to encourage and educate our members and the broader hairdressing trade all through lockdown, and we don’t need to cease now simply because salons are again,” explains Fellowship President, Ken Picton. “As an organisation, the Fellowship for British Hairdressing is fortunate to have plenty of video content material that includes among the greatest names in hairdressing at reveals and occasions, in addition to in unique interviews and tutorials filmed only for us. We’re delighted to have the ability to share these with the world as a part of our new Sunday Showdown collection, which guarantees to maintain the Fellowship’s training logging on as we proceed to work with the brand new regular.”



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