Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image

| August 5, 2020

Scroll to top


Rigth now get betting bonus from bookmakers
No Comments


Sam Robinson

Annually, Remi Cachet review their Super Stylist programme, and this year, they have proudly released eight new extensionists who have proved themselves in terms of the quantity and quality of their work, and dedication to the brand.

Remi Cachet Have Welcomed:

  • Amy Bambrough of Amy Bam Extensions
  • Emily Barber of Emily Jane Hair
  • Gemma Priestley of Godiva Hair
  • Lacey Murray of Lacey Hair Extensions
  • Lauren Reed of Lauren Reed Hair
  • Rachel Robinson of Total FX
  • Rochelle Shears of The Dolls House
  • Victoria Cartwright of Lox of Love Hair

A Word From An Extensionist

“I have worked with many hair extension brands over the years, but Remi Cachet is, without doubt, THE best quality I have ever worked with. Becoming a Remi Cachet Super Stylist is such an achievement, and I couldn’t be more excited to become more involved with such a fantastic brand. It’s an honour to have my passion for hair extensions recognised and rewarded, and even more so by a brand that I truly love to work with. Thank you so much Remi Cachet!” Victoria Cartwright of Lox of Love Hair

By Invitation Only

With the popularity of the scheme – which started back in 2015 – the new programme now operates by invitation only, and only once their application work has been reviewed and the standards set have been met. They join the remaining 28 Super Stylists who had maintained their accreditation for a further year, with many of these being part of the original group from five years ago.

Significant Changes

“Having reviewed the criteria throughout 2018, it was clear that we had to make a few significant changes for this year to ensure that we challenged the extensionists to out-perform. Targets were stretched and key indicators introduced so that progress could be tracked through the year.
“The level of interest in becoming a Super Stylist has always been high, and we need to ensure that those invited to join the scheme are worthy of the accolade. With plans in place for 2019, the year ahead looks to be an exciting one for all our Super Stylists.” – Richard Ashley, General Manager.


Remi Cachet have also invested in gaining the trademark for the name ‘Super Stylists’ and its logo, which is a boost to the stylists using the logo this year. Now able to work with Remi Cachet’s Exclusive hair range, Super Stylists are also included in a private Facebook Group, where they can network, share ideas, and work with the brand on new projects as well as receiving additional marketing support. The annual Super Stylist gathering is set for Europe this summer and will tie in with product launches.

For more information on the brand, visit Remi Cachet here