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Colour Hair Like Colourist Stevie English. Aussie Hair Guru took the trip down to Sydney to film in demand Hair Colourist Stevie Corthine owner of Stevie English Hair. On Trend hair colour is what we were looking for and Stevie didn't disappoint producing a beautiful pastel Pink & Apricot "Do" on blonde hair that would be an attention grabber in any salon.

You can see we have filmed on location in our usual Aussie Hair Guru style to Inspire, Engage and show how beautiful Australia really is as a destination.

Here is a taste of our full day of filming with Stevie where he goes in depth on how to achieve this great result while pushing the edge at the same time. Right from How to touch up a blonde hair colour regrowth correctly to applying the new hair colour in his freehand style. We wanted to inspire you to create new hair colour ideas for your clients and Stevie explains that as the basis to this colour result is a clean light blonde you can change it to virtually any tone you want ongoing.

Colour hair Like colorist Stevie English

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How to get long luscious locks

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How to Get Long, Luscious Locks

One thing which many women crave when it comes to their hair is long, luscious locks. Often, this can take time, and certainly isn't as easy to achieve as a straightforward colour or restyle. However, with a little perseverance, there is no reason why anyone shouldn't be able to have the long hair that they've always dreamed of.

To encourage you hair to grow, it is important to keep it in great condition. Getting your ends trimmed on a regular basis can be one of the best ways to do this, as well as a good method of keeping your style looking great whilst your grow out your locks. Ideally, you should look to have your hair cut every 4-6 weeks. If you're a keen traveller, then this may mean booking in to places such as Rush Tunbridge Wells, rather than visiting your regular salon, but it is well worth taking time out for such appointments. As you will be asking for a basic trim, rather than a complete re-style, don't panic if you are not able to visit your usual stylist. Although the hair actually grows from the root, rather than the tip, split-ends can stop hair from becoming long and thick.

In addition, you should make sure you hair is in great condition by using regular masques and other nourishing treatments. This can help to keep the hair hydrated which will stop tresses from becoming brittle and breaking. Using a hair masque once a week can be key to keeping your hair in the best possible condition. In addition, avoid using heated appliances on a regular basis when trying and styling as this can cause damage. If you do decide to use such appliances, remember to protect hair using a heat protection spray. This will help you to grow the long, luscious locks which you have always wanted.

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Its Hair Expo Awards night 2012 on Monday 11th June, its been an exciting build up for all the Award finalists with some beautiful work on show. I swear you won't find talent like this anywhere else so lets have a look at the finalist collections for Australian Hairdresser of the Year.

 

Caterina Dibiase has produced an Other earthly collection full of colour with a tinge of the orient. Tracey Hughes a black and white collection with the geometry she is known for, veils and a profusion of curls.

 

Frank Apostolopoulos with another beautiful black and white collection showing multi textures of hair and contrasting cothes with an ethereal floating feel. Emiliano Vitale a stunning Geometric collection with multi layers and contrasting long hair and fringes, beautiful colours and maximum shine.

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Australia's got talent and plenty of it, which will be on show at Hair Expo 2012 Sydney. I know that most countries think they are the Bomb as far as their hairdressing skills go, but I have got to tell you after seeing the rest the Aussie are the Best.

 

When you see well known international hairdressers emulating hairstyles and collections in their countries and winning awards it is definately a tip of the cap in the Aussie's direction. You can tell I am a bit bias but also have a lot of repect for hairdressers around the world for the way they are prepared to share their ideas globally.

 

The young hairdressing talent in Australia is amazing, you are going to see plenty of them on stage and also at the Gen Next extravaganza on Sunday night. You will to see nine action packed shows mixing creative hair interpretations and fashion. Glamour, Fun, Colour and fantasy.

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Being organised will really help you get the best value out of your education at Hair Expo Sydney. I used to look at the paid seminars and free education out on the stages and mix it up a bit, then there is always the chance you will be walking past one of the stages and something will take your fancy.

 

Let's have a look at all the Free~~~~~ stuff. On the smaller stages you get to see the up and coming talent share with you their creative vision and looks for the season. These are usually supported by product companies, the thing you have to remember is these companies have the insight into these youngsters so they usually have plenty of potential and are worth looking at.

 

Each of the product companies or maybe even salon chains will have their star performers doing demos of some kind. These stars are usually salon owners or key performers in these salons and usually use the product lines of that company so have an in-depth knowledge of the products. It is great to get their tips and foresight.

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Hair Expo Australia 2012 it's fast and Furious and is a meeting place for Hairdressers in the southern part of the world, to share the hottest brands and products, world class Aussie education, a sprinkling of international talent and amazing live performances put on by the leading and sometimes eccentric hairdressers that make up this great Aussie hairdressing community.

 

I can remember the anticipation as a salon owner leading up to a Hair Expo after working flat out in the salon and needing some added inspiration to fuel the inner fire once more. Sometimes all the team went depending on the business year we had and the staff in the salon at the time, sometimes just one representative.

 

It's a whirlwind inside a massive space and so much to see. There are product company shows always promoting their brands and guest artists, it's always fun wondering what the new Buzz is going to be for the year.

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Pregnant Women + Hair Colour

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Pregnant Women + Hair colour. I was really excited to have our first pregnant woman as a model for Aussie Hair Guru. Over the years there has been a lot of information out there about the possible risks involved in having your hair coloured while being pregnant. Over a long period of time I have coloured a truck load of pregnant women's hair. Some had no concerns at all; some go to the other extreme where they think that just being in the salon is a problem.

 

My experience is that I have not seen anything over the years that would give cause for concern. The hair service is a minimal amount of time in the scale of things and the fumes if any are minimal when using low ammonia products. Quite a few of these women have had multiple pregnancies as a client at the salon and their children as they grew up became clients as well.

 

I know that would not satisfy someone who wants a scientific explanation, there has been no in depth research on my behalf, no follow up of every pregnant client who has crossed my salon floor. I would always say listen to your medical practitioner first if you have concerns. Although plenty of women made decisions after discussing the pros and cons with me.

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Classic Haircuts!!

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Classic haircuts!! Aussie Hair Guru has just had our first Guest Presenter over the past few days Whoohoo!!  Bruce Corbett flew up from Sydney to do two full days of  filming on Classic Haircutting and the results are awesome. We have been working really hard over the last few months to produce plenty of top quality content for the launch of http//:www.aussiehairguru.com  and we are right on schedule.

 

Bruce as our first Guest presenter was invited along because of his strong skills in classic cutting and personality, of course. We pushed him hard over two days to produce his best work and I think you're going to love it. Clear, concise techniques, plenty of hot tips to use straight away in the salon. Delivered in a style that only Bruce can do and he did manage to channel a little bit of the Aussie Hair Guru style.

 

We have plenty of bloopers that Bruce probably will want to see kept under wraps. We'll see about that... Bruce Corbett you are a Legend. We like to have a bit of Fun, Hair should be Fun!!

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Do You Go To The Hairdresser With Unrealistic Expectations? That's a hard question to answer because you won't know what you want is unrealistic until someone tells you. The thing is a lot of hairdressers will try to do anything you want rather than tell you something is not possible. Hairdressers like to please people; you don't want to say no to someone, they may not come back. I personally like it when someone comes into the salon with a picture; it shows me what is inside their head. I can see straight away if there is a major disparity between their hair and how they see themselves.

 

Rather than that look or style it maybe just the feel of the look they like. So rather than say, "No, it's not possible" we look at how to create a compromise look which is more suited to the person and the hair type. I find the biggest problem area is when a client is really specific about varying shades of blonde. Exact tonal colours are difficult to get sometimes and clients go from salon to salon looking for that Holy Grail which may have been achieved once a long time ago. I say be honest with you client let them know what is achievable before you start and you will never have a problem.

 

That being said it is not an excuse to say a look isn't possible because it's a big job, they are usually the most satisfying results. On the lighter side it's fun to try and work toward a particular look even if it's totally different. The questions you need to ask are, how often are you prepared to maintain the look? What budget are we working with? How long will it take to achieve? What products will need to be used to recreate the look daily? Can the hair handle the processes needed?

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Hair Colour Mistakes

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Hair Colour Mistakes. Or Corrective Hair colour. This is a huge market for hair salons as more and more clients are doing their colours at home. There are bound to be plenty of mistakes because a pharmacy assistant or supermarket employee aren't as qualified as a hairdresser to give advice. If you do work in those jobs, don't get mad at me, it's just a fact. Now I have seen some pretty amazing colours and coverage coming into the salon over the years that were done at home, so it's not all bad.

 

I can feel the texture of anyone's hair and tell straight away if it is a colour which is a home colour, it feels different, drier, grittier quite a different texture.

 

Correcting hair colours can be quite simple if you use the right methodology. Knowing what is under that colour is very important; I mean at least two years of previous history. How long ago the colour was done and if it is permanent or a semi permanent is equally important. Hair condition is high on the list as well. When working out the price to charge, you have to factor in how long it will take, the amount of treatments you will need to support the process, is it going to be something you will have to do in stages because of the condition. Sometimes there are surprises you are not expecting.

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Having Fun With Hair

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Having Fun With Hair.

 

 I have never had so much fun with hair in my life. We are currently filming segments for Aussie Hair Guru. This is not a site where you will see all beautiful young models with hair blowing in the breeze from some fan in the studio. We have all ages, sizes, colours, thick hair, curly, short, long, up, down. Hair is fun, you can use it for the height of Fashion with Designer Gowns, Red Carpet, Corporate wear, a Night Out in a sexy outfit, we might call that Sexy Hair. It can be Cool, Relaxed, Hair to pull a new partner with, you name it there is a way to wear it. We want hairdressers to have fun, while they work, while they train and to give you some cool ideas to aspire to.

 

Clients should have a lot of fun in the salon; we'll look at ways to do that, and you the client will be able to see all the new styles and colours on the Aussie Hair Guru site and take them to your hairdresser, now that's cool. We are hoping to fully launch by the end of September, the people who know what we are doing think it's Awesome, so we are excited about that!!

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My Hairdresser Downloads On Me As Soon As I Sit In The Chair.

 

Has this happened to you?

 

 It happens in salons all over the world. Just the other day a client told me the reason she left her last hairdresser was because as soon as she sat down in the chair her hairdresser unloaded all of her relationship problems on her. Of course there would never be that problem with me because as a typical Aussie Guy I don't talk about relationships. Well maybe my daughter's!!

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Hot hair!! How do I get it?

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If you are a hairdresser do you produce hot hair for your clients? Do you want to know how? 

 

If you are a salon client, is your hairdresser giving you what you want or do they need to step up? Follow us and we will share ideas on how everyone can get what they want, now that's a concept!!

 

Welcome to the first official blog for Aussie Hair Guru. It is great to finally see a dream come to reality; we will be covering real hair, real people and real situations as we go on a journey into the hair industry. Every day life is not always what it seems, the Fashion end of hair is what a lot of hairdressers aspire to for the perceived Glamour of the Industry, and yet it can be quite shallow and unfulfilling or a huge adrenaline rush.

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Value For Money Hairdressing

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The hairdressing market worldwide is made up of multiple levels of quality and value for money. There are the clip joints catering for clients who need to work with a minimum budget, these salons work on volume of clients through the salon at a minimal price. You probably won't get a shampoo, there may be products for sale and the hairdressers working there will be pressured to push through so many haircuts per hours. There may be some good hairdressers working in these salons, and there could be all sorts of reasons why they are there.

 

 Then there are the middle of the road salons, medium priced, they attract a clientele who like value for money or who like a better level of service. These salons can be big chains of shops who sell volumes of product in shopping malls to smaller shops with individual owners in local shopping centres. Most of these salons provide services and products; provide good in the middle hairdressing to families and clients who want to look good at the right price. There can be some great hairdressers working in these salons.

 

Then there are the salons in the market place that by their appearance and the way they do business just stand out as a quality salon. People recommend these salons even if they don't go there themselves. You will find that this type of salon are very focussed on client service, training their staff, providing top quality and innovative work and letting the community know what they do.

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Who Wants A Free Haircut And Colour?

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Who wants a free haircut and colour?

 

 I have been blown away the last few weeks while filming for Aussie Hair Guru. We are on location and every time we ask someone if they would like a Free Haircut or Colour they say yes. On occasion no questions asked, now that's trust for you. That has got me thinking, when a new client walks in the door and they haven't been recommended, it is a leap of faith on their part. How do you put them at ease? Or why did they walk in to your salon? Maybe it was because the front of your salon told a bit of a story about what that person could expect when they opened the door.

 

What story does the front of your salon say to passersby? Does it say we do cheap cuts or only old people here or only young people? Does it say we give good service; we are creative or use quality products in here?

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My Hair Is Dyed Black And I Want To Be A Blonde!!

 

I can't tell you the amount of times I have had someone come into the salon who has put a black colour or rinse in their hair because it sounded good at the time. The next day they didn't like it or friends and family gave their honest opinion. You can get it out, each head of hair has to be assessed individually. It will depend on condition of the hair, previous history, things like are there old highlights, how many previous applications of colour, how recently it has been done. Texture of hair is important, fine, medium or coarse.

 

Your professional hairdresser will weight up all the information and decide on a course of action. Sometimes it can be as simple as working through a peroxide wash (peroxide and shampoo) just to take that real depth out of it and then apply a semi permanent toner. A full head decolour is an option, a full head of highlights can do the job. Some options are cheap and other full blown options can be more costly. At all times the steps need to be supported by treatments, before, in between and after.

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HOW DO I TELL MY Hairdresser, I DON'T LIKE MY HAIR? Yes it's true people all over the world every day walk out of salons not liking their hair.
How does this happen?
 
They are paying for it but still seem to not get what they want. The problem mostly is in the communication or consultation. Rather than tell the hairdresser at the time because they don't want to hurt anyone's feelings or create a scene they will go home and tell 20 friends.
The silly thing is most professional hairdressers would welcome any comment as the client's happiness is paramount to success. As a profession we need advocates spreading the word about our service and the way we make you look and feel, that is how we get more clients into the salon. You won't hurt your hairdresser's feelings by telling them you don't like some aspect of your style or colour. If they don't like the comment "that's tough".
Be specific about what you don't like about it! Most styles need some adjustment to finish them off. A bit shorter here a bit more piecy there. When you have a consultation with your hairdresser, make sure you have pictures available or you explain clearly what you want. If you think there is any miscommunication get the hairdresser to repeat back to you in words you understand. We all grow up with differently; when someone says a word to us it may represent something quite different to the meaning we associate with it.
How do I tell my hairdresser I don't like my hair!! One really important thing to remember is hairdressers aren't mind readers. Whether it is a regular client or new one I will always have the time for a mini consultation or around 15 minutes for a new client. This is part of the appointment time allocated, so it is important to come to the salon prepared and on time. Don't hold back any information about your hair, previous colours etc. Your hairdresser needs to know what has happened in the past to work out the best way to proceed. If you are not happy with what has been suggested ask for more options for your hair.
Push your hairdresser to think a bit more. If the salon is busy the easy option is the quickest, when put on the spot it is amazing what your hairdressers can come up with. Just remember it may be something quite simple both with the cut or colour. A professional hairdresser is only interested in you feeling better about yourself not worse. Speak up and walk out Happy!!   
 
Bernie Craven for Aussie Hair Guru  http://www.aussiehairguru.com
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