Meet our Consultant Becky Jones, who started working in a salon at the age of 14 as a Saturday girl, beginning training in 2010 and qualifying in Hairdressing Levels 2 and 3 in 2012. She has worked with two other salons as a stylist, each providing great training to allow Becky to progress, grow in confidence and finesse her skills.
Which styles or colours do you absolutely love doing? I absolutely love colour – particularly balayage and highlights. I love that fact that colour can be free hand and bespoke to a client’s needs. Balayage is something I’ve focused on a lot over the last few years as it’s always on trend. It’s great to be able to create beautiful and soft blends.
What do you love about being a hairdresser? What I love about hairdressing is seeing happy clients, to be able to create styles that work for them. So seeing clients walk out of the salon feeling happy and confident with their look makes me proud I’m a hairdresser!
Which celebrity hair would you like to get your hands on and why? I’d love to have Kate Middleton sitting in my chair, I’d love to introduce some soft pieces of balayage and contour around her face.
Who or what inspires you to create fabulous hair? What inspires me the most is hairdressers around the world on instagram, from pictures to step by step videos, I’m able to learn so many new colour formulations and new techniques. Every morning with my coffee I watch mini videos of how to create certain styles and just want to know more about hairdressing!
If you had to live on a desert island, which three hair products would you take with you?
1. Paul Mitchell Neon Smooth Again
2. Kevin Murphy Young Again Oil
3. Moroccan Hydrate Shampoo
What is your ultimate ambition? My ultimate ambition for me would be to one day have my very own salon, to manage a team and coach them on areas of hairdressing they feel they may need some confidence on.
How would you describe yourself in three words? Happy, sociable, honest.
Tell us something about you that would surprise others! Most people know me to be scared of heights! A few years back I was on holiday in Tunisia and I went parasailing! That was the first and last time for me!