How many years have you been hairdressing? "13 years! I trained at Toni & Guy and I have worked at London Fashion Week as well as becoming a L'Oreal Colour Trophy grand finalist. I also have worked helping with teaching, shoots, management."
When did you first realise you wanted to be a hairdresser? "Starting off as a Saturday/Sunday boy working weekends in the salon at the age of 15, I was inspired then."
Who is your ultimate hair icon? "Brigitte Bardot. Long blonde locks with a peek-a-boo fringe 60’s styles was fun and sexy and are still popular today."
Describe your cutting & colouring style... "I love taking on classic techniques and making them more contemporary. I am not afraid to try something different and think outside the box. I also love working with curly hair all lengths and types and playing with different shapes. In terms of hair colour, I love to learn and try new techniques and I enjoy working with all colours although I get inspired playing around with bright colours in particular."
What type of client should come to you and why? "If you are looking for someone who is going to listen to your needs, take them and create beautiful manageable hair I’m your man!"
What type of styling hair product is indispensable? "I believe a de-tangling product is a good all rounder, UN.TANGLED By Kevin Murphy is great to work with."
What’s your favourite professional tool and why? "I'd be lost without my small cushion brush. When used correctly it can blow dry/style any type of hair."
Best tip you can give someone in looking after their hair? "LESS IS MORE!!"
Bradley is available for appointments in the salon Tuesday to Saturdays.Styles: Male / Female
How many years have you been hairdressing: I have been in the hairdressing industry fir 10 years.
What training and experience have you had: I started my career with Toni and Guy in Australia where I Varderd in Sydney. Working with Toni & Guy for a number of years I adopted more than a few management roles in Australia and then into Europe. Before joining the lounge I was managing Toni & Guy Covent Garden long acre.
When did you first realize you wanted to be a hairdresser: I didn’t know what I wanted to do when I left school so my dad told me I should get a trade so I could pay my way through university.
Who is your ultimate hair icon: It would have to be Farrah Fawcett
Describe your cutting style: I specialise in long hair, I like to keep long hair long and I have a passion for blow drying.
Describe your styling/cutting speciality/strength: I enjoy creating soft seamless layers through long natural hair.
What type of client should come to you and why: Clients should come to me if they are ever feeling nervous about a haircut as I enjoy long hair, I'm definitely not someone to cut more off if not need be. I promise I will never get scissor happy!
What type of styling hair product is indispensable: Dry shampoo, because who enjoys washing their hair!
What’s your favorite professional tool and why: The hairdryer. Because a true hairdresser should be able to know a way to do everything with just that.
Best tip you can give someone in looking after their hair: Don’t go to bed with your hair tied up! Or buy a silk pillowcase.
What inspires you: I am inspired by people with strong work ethics. And the passion to never give up.
Sum up your personality in a length of a Tweet: I’m the kind of person that doesn’t have twitter.
How would you describe your personal style: I like vintage shopping and I spend a lot more money on tailoring vintage second hand clothes than buying them.
What is the best thing about working in Soho: Soho is its own little bubble, a close knit community.
What personal interests do you have: I love travelling and sunbathing!
How many years have you been hairdressing: Almost 19 years!
What training and experience have you had: I originally trained with Toni&Guy. Forward from there, I have worked numerous times at London Fashion Week, worked on prime time TV shows, and currently work with artists from Virgin EMI and Sony records. I also regularly take myself on courses with/at the industries’ top educators to learn and forecast current techniques and trends.
Describe your cutting style/strengths: I try to put a personality into every cut I do. I’m certainly not a sexy/glamorous hairdresser! My cutting is informed my street/youth culture, so I suppose you could say I like to de-age people with a haircut, but everything I do is very wearable and personalised to the individual. I love clients that aren’t afraid to push their cut, or a texture that little bit more than the ordinary.
What type of client should come to you and why: Guys with long hair, and anyone that needs a refresh or a different approach to how and why they wear their hair. I’m always researching trends, so I’m always keen to have a client that likes to freshen their look up regularly!
What type of styling hair product is indispensable: The range of looks you can create with the classics: Gel, Mousse and hairspray are endless, but a sea salt spray or wax spray are brilliant for creating modern texture and movement.
Best tip for someone looking after their hair: If you use a great shampoo and conditioner, do less heat styling, and have regular haircuts that are sympathetic to your hair texture/type/density, you’ll basically have the hair of your dreams.
What’s your most treasured item of clothing: I’ve got a few pairs of trainers in my collection that I treasure, and an Louannis Dimitrousis jumper I bought from his ready to wear collection working at my first fashion week many years ago. It’s basically a museum quality piece of clothing, completely impractical, but it’s very intricately put together and a one of a kind.
What’s the best thing about working in Soho: Soho is basically a village in the centre of London. It’s the only legitimately interesting, forward-thinking and diverse area in town, and it’s a place whereby you really feel like you’re adding something to the culture whilst being here.
Name your previous salons: Percy&Reed, Toni&GuyMale / Female
How many years have you been hairdressing: 10 years
What training and experience have you had: Toni & guy for 10 years – passed vardering with with distinction working LFW + Mens fashion week.
When did you first realise you wanted to be a hairdresser: When I realised I was looking more at the hair then clothes when reading vogue at 15.
Who is your ultimate hair icon: I love Sam McKnight and his laid back luxe approach to hair. Cindy Crawford early supermodel days.
Describe your cutting style: Soft and natural
Describe your colouring style: Sun kissed and subtle.
Describe your styling/cutting speciality/strength: Mid-long hair specialist. Off duty model hair vibe.
Describe your hair colouring speciality/strength: Balayage, babylights, soft blonde
What type of client should come to you and why: Anyone who wants to look like they have been blessed with great hair.
What type of styling hair product is indispensable: Texture spray + a light oil
What’s your favorite professional tool and why: Tongs. I love an undone wave.
Best tip you can give someone in looking after their hair: Silk pillow cases and wearing scrunchies.
What inspires your creativity: Walking around London on my day off.
Who is the coolest person you have ever met: Kaia Gerber
If you could be featured in any magazine what would it be and why: Vogue because I bought it every month since I was 15.
Sum up your personality in a length of a Tweet: Full time hairdresser and gin enthusiast.
How would you describe your personal style: Eclectic bohemian.
What is your most treasured item of clothing: A deep purple quartz ring. I wear it every day and it has a lot of memories.
What is the best thing about working in Soho: Being in the creative hub of London. Laid back and fashionable vibes.
Name your previous salons: Toni & Guy Covent Garden
What personal interests do you have: Shopping, going on holiday, fashion, interior design.
How many years have you been hairdressing: 15 years.
What training and experience have you had: I worked for Toni and guy for 15 years. Working from an assistant to and international artistic director. I was also a finalist for mens hairdresser or the year 2018 and worked backstage at LFW.
Who is your ultimate hair icon: And obvious choice but maybe David Beckham has always reinvented himself with different styles.
Describe your styling/cutting speciality/strength: I love working on men’s hair and particularly have a passion for longer men’s hair. I love looking into music film + fashion as inspiration.
What type of client should come to you and why: To be honest I’m very relaxed but interested in small details in hair. I have time for clients that like to chat just as much as a client that wants to relax during their appointment.
What type of styling hair product is indispensable: Texture spray.
What’s your favorite professional tool and why: I’m loving working with a razor at the moment to give soft textured edges.
Best tip you can give someone in looking after their hair: Don’t be afraid to wear your hair natural especially this summer. Good products and a diffuser is quick and easy.
Sum up your personality in a length of a Tweet: Grounded, joker, driven, respectful and chilled.
What is your most treasured item of clothing: My wedding ring.
What is the best thing about working in Soho: The relaxed atmosphere.
What personal interests do you have: I love football. Still play every Sunday although not sure how much longer my legs will last.
How many years have you been hairdressing? "I have been hairdressing for quite a few years now and I love it!"
What training and experience have you had? "I originally did my training with Headmasters in London. I have attended various course my favourite being Sophia Hilton’s ‘The Perfect Bleed’ course which really inspired my colour work, especially Balayage and creative colour techniques."
When did you first realise you wanted to be a hairdresser? "When I went to salon international with my mum (who is also a hairdresser) and saw all the amazing hair shows and was really inspired by the avant garde creations I saw."
Who is you ultimate hair icon? "It would have to be Vidal Sassoon, he has such discipline in his work making each hair cut a work of art."
Describe your cutting and colouring style... "I love creating haircuts that enhance natural movement and texture in the hair. I love creating bespoke colour tailoring techniques for individual clients. I also love doing freehand balayage and colour changes."
Describe your styling and colouring strengths... "My cutting strengths will be precise and textured bobs and creating flowing movement in longer hair. My colouring strengths will have to be seamless colour blending and balayage."
What type of client should come to you and why? "Anyone wanting a change with their colour, and wanting something specifically tailored to them."
What type of styling hair product is indispensable? "I think Dry Shampoo (like Kevin Murphy's FRESH.HAIR) is a great styling product for creating texture and hold without weighing the hair down or making it feel sticky."
What’s your favourite professional tool and why? "My favorite tool would have to be my GHD tongs to create that relaxed undone wave with great hold."
Best tip you can give someone in looking after their hair? "Use the right professional shampoo and conditioner for your hair type and invest in great hair protector like Davines MELU spray!"
Styles: Male / Female
How many years have you been hairdressing? "I have been hairdressing for over 5 years now."
What training and experience have you had? "I spent 4 years working with Toni + Guy, and then I then moved to Joe and Co. to hone my barbering skills. I love working with all types of women's hair but now I also feel at lot more specialised in men's hair from classic scissor cuts to fades using clippers."
When did you first realise you wanted to be a hairdresser? "My first day on the job! I fell into the job but instantly realised it was going to be the job for me."
Who is you ultimate hair icon? "My ultimate hair icon would have to James Dean - the man is effortlessly cool!"
Describe your cutting style... "My cutting style is diverse, I love to cut using lots of texture, but at the same time something classic and smooth is good fun too. I would say I am a great all rounder in both women's and men's hairstyles owing to the great training I have had over my career. I love to cut the extremes, short hair on women, long hair on men. But nothing beats the classic techniques!"
What type of styling hair product is indispensable? "I am a big fan of natural texture, so Davines Sea Salt Spray or the Davines Texture spray."
What is your favourite professional tool and why? "My scissors as they are the only tool I will use from start to finish!"
Best tip you can give someone in looking after their hair? "Don’t over work it, too much of anything isn’t good for your hair."
Frazer is currently available to see clients in the salon on Tuesday's, Wednesdays and Saturday'sStyles: Female
How many years have you been hairdressing? "For 11 years now"
Describe your cutting style "Classic and creative"
Describe your colouring style "I like tailoring colour to my clients needs whether it be strong and bold or soft and blended"
What you say is your speciality? "Blondes, Balayage and colour corrections."
What type of client should come to you and why? "I always have a diverse clientele, but really it's anyone who just wants easy to manage, beautiful hair!"
What are your passions? "Music, reading, baking (and subsequently eating!), fashion. I also love to travel - a big factor in me moving from NZ to England was the opportunity to explore Europe!"
Read more about Tiffany on our Journal pageStyles: Female
What best describes your cutting style? "As I don't colour, I have really honed my skills with cutting and styling over the years focusing on my techniques to enable to deliver wearable, trend led styles that compliment my clients".
Describe your hairdressing strengths? "I would say with women, short, textured and precision haircuts are my strength which crosses over nicely to men's haircuts which I really also enjoy. That's not to say I don't do long too!"
What type of client should come to you and why? "Male and Female clients that are looking for a stylist who is passionate about hair and enjoys creating desirable hairstyles."
What training and experience have you had? "I've been hairdressing for 11 years now, initially starting my training with Toni & Guy, working my way up which gave me a really good foundations in all aspects of cutting and styling".
Name your previous salon? "The Lion and Fox in East London"
What do you enjoy doing when you are not on the salon floor? "I am really passionate about all things hair related but I also am big on cars and of course my girlfriend and little one!"Styles: Male / Female
No. Years working as a hairdresser:
"Over 20 years and I still utterly adore my work - its my absolute passion!"
Style of training?
Headmasters, L'Oreal, Wella, Vidal Sassoon, John Sahag
What is your forte?
"I love a glamorous style and finish. Sharp, clean, strong looks. I'm fond of cutting a chic bob or a great fringe. Colour wise I'm an all-rounder!"
What are your interests?
"Dancing, laughing, dressing up and making clothes and gift cards and all sorts of things with my creative hands - I'm always creative dreaming!"
What type of client should come to you and why?
"Someone who would like a hairdresser who is unique, passionate and sprinkles ideas to give hair inspiration. I'm the stylist for you if you want a relaxing and happy experience and beautiful hair that will excite you!"