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Fellowship for British Hairdressing’s Hair & Vision Heads to Glasgow

Fellowship for British Hairdressing’s Hair & Vision Heads to Glasgow
Sam Robinson

Fellowship for British Hairdressing’s Hair & Vision Heads to Glasgow. The second Hair & Vision event of 2018 saw the Fellowship visit Scotland, for a night of inspiration and innovation from leading local hairdressers.

In Glasgow

As the Fellowship continues the mission to expand its nationwide events schedule, it was over to Glasgow for the second Hair & Vision show of the year. A star-studded line-up of Scottish talent headlined, in a popular night at Drygate in Glasgow’s East End.

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The Goal

Hair & Vision seeks to share the inspirations of leading hairdressers, in an up-close and personal setting. As well as sharing creative work on presentation models live on stage, presenters reveal their techniques, ideas and influences, for a 360 take on their creative process.

The Big Night

Presenting on the night were an all-star Scottish lineup of Tracey Devine Smith for Affinage, Jamie McDonald from Cheynes, Paul Paterson from Ishi, Sarah Wilson from Medusa, Austen Thomson from Austen Thomson Hair and reigning Scottish Hairdressers of the Year, Dylan Brittain and Suzie McGill from Rainbow Room International.

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Special Guests

Taking charge of proceedings were host, and Fellowship President, Karine Jackson and compère Bruno Marc. The evening also included special guests in the form of the current F.A.M.E. Team, who were interviewed on stage about their experiences so far, and gave a presentation on the inspiration and vision behind their recent Jean-Michel Basquiat inspired collection.


“It was fantastic to be back in Scotland celebrating both the heritage and emerging talent within Scottish hairdressing,” says Karine. “We were thrilled at the fantastic turnout, which is a great reflection on the calibre of the hairdressers on stage. I’d like to thank them all for their hard work – and to everyone who came out on the night to champion the local scene.”

Visit Fellowship Hair here to find out more about the initiative.