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Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Out Now: SalonEVO UK & Ireland Issue 6 – November 2021

The latest issue of SalonEVO UK and Ireland is OUT NOW.

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Feelin’ Festive

Welcome to SalonEVO Issue 6. It’s nearly time to say so long to 2021 – a crazy year full of ups and downs, twists and turns. But before we sing Auld Lang Syne, the salon and beauty industry has to get through one of the busiest seasons of the year.  We are here to help you prepare for the festive season, with business tips on retail, inspo for hair styles and nail art, and much, much more!

Takara Belmont

Your client’s comfort is at the utmost importance, but function shouldn’t always come before fashion. At this time of year, you might be having a look around the salon, looking at what needs sprucing up before 2022. Takara Belmont share their expert advice in what to look for when selecting the right furniture for your salon – what to look for, and what to avoid.

Winter/ Festive

Winter is coming… What do you need to do to get ready? Get versed in the latest colour, styling, and haircare tips and trends? Stock-up on retail for holiday shoppers? Let all your clients know your holiday schedule, and get them booked in ASAP? Well don’t worry, we’ve got you covered, with a full feature of tips, tricks and trends to get you prepared for the festive winter season. Including business advice from Liz McKeon and Sheona Forrest of Bloom salon. We have trend and styling tips from Gill Berry, Michael Convey, Emmanuel Esteban and Suzie McGill. As well as nail art trends and tips from Sadie Jordan.


Let’s talk texture. A section of the industry that has been brushed aside for too long it’s time texture artists are given the credit they deserve. In this feature, we bring together some of the most acclaimed and sought-after stylists and educators, who are revolutionizing the industry, such as British Hairdresser Hall of Fame member Michelle Thompson, Texture award-winning artist, Lisa Farrell, and renowned American educator, Pekela Riley. Artists Marin Crean and Cos Sakkas also share how they achieve their final looks, with some brilliant imagery,

With useful advice on how to become more educated in texture and to be an advocate in diversity in this industry, as well as tips on the best products, tools, and techniques to apply on textured hair, not to mention a collection of inspiring and creative imagery, what’s not to love about this feature?


For most of you, your salon is your baby, your most prized possession. That’s why it needs to be properly protected, to save you, your employees, and your clients, the stress, hardship, and money—for whatever life throws your way. This issue, we have gathered expert opinions and tips from ABT Insurance and Retail Mutual on how to insure your salon the best way possible.

Beauty/ Skincare

Beauty may only be skin-deep, but as industry professionals, helping clients feel their absolute best is your lifeblood. The beauty industry is constantly changing, and new treatments, products, and technologies are constantly popping up. We want to help you keep track of the beauty world, show you what some of your peers are having success with, and how you can apply it to your salon too. This section features interviews from acclaimed makeup artist James Molloy, owner of award-winning hair and beauty salon, Jordanna Cobella, skincare expert, Sharon Cameron, and many more.

Get your hands on the latest edition here.