The first Learn ABout LAB event of 2022 proved a great gathering shared between people in the room, those on stage and viewers on socials. Now you can catch up with all the presentations and join in the buzz! From Errol Douglas to Zoe Irwin, the mix of characters is eclectic and the conversation uplifting.
The LAB is an evening where a line-up of speakers each has a max of 15 minutes to take to the mic and share their passion for hairdressing. They can talk on any subject they like. The magic is in the variety of subjects – from joyful to emotional, businesslike to creative. For Monday 28 March, we invited guests and speakers, with sponsors Great Lengths and ghd Professional each also adding speakers to the programme. Click a name below to see them talk on hairclips.tv…
The LAB line-up
Vicky Demetriou talking about making your salon more sustainable (for Great Lengths)
Christopher Laird sharing how styling tools help and influence his work in salon and as a session stylist (for ghd Professional)
Project X reliving their time at New York Fashion Week!
Keri Blue sharing their Hair Has No Gender campaign
Conrad Blandford, salon owner, imagining how the hairdressing world and medical world can work together (for Great Lengths)
Haircuts4Homeless explaining the Hear Me See Me book and launching a new ambassador initiative
Zoe Irwin, global brand ambassador for ghd Professional, on why trends are so important and exciting to work with.
And if you’ve got something you’d like to talk about, and want to be included in a LAB event, let us know by messaging the Respect For Hair editor Ellie Scott on email@example.com
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