Frozen In Time | HMUA Kat Rodda

Frozen In Time | HMUA Kat Rodda

  The Future Creatives team sat down with the talented Kat Rodda to find out a little more about her exciting journey, trend predictions and what we can look forward to seeing in her upcoming workshops.   How would you describe yourself in three words?Friendly, Creative and Determined. Can you tell us a little bit about how your career in the industry started?My hair journey started when I was 18, I couldn’t find anywhere to take me as an apprentice, so I completed my Certificate II and III at Clip Joint Education. From there I really struggled to find salon work, fast track courses aren’t very widely accepted, so I decide to make my own path. It hasn’t been easy, and I’ve had to do a lot of self-learning, but I have had some amazing guidance along the way. I have poured my heart and soul into creating my own mobile...
Marketing Norris - Nov 03, 2020
Yeah The Mullet! | Barber Boy Anthony Staltari

Yeah The Mullet! | Barber Boy Anthony Staltari

  From a makeshift salon in his parent’s garage at the age of 14, Anthony Staltari has catapulted to the forefront of the Australian Barbering scene. Staltari still cuts out of Barber Boys Barbershop in Adelaide and specialises in traditional barbering with a modern twist. Anthony has been a part of the Barber Boys family since the beginning of his career and his skills and dedication to the craft continues to grow year after year. So it is no surprise that he has achieved so many accolades in his career thus far including; Finalist for Australian Men’s Hairdresser of The Year 2020, Finalist AHIA Hot Shots Rising Male, AHIA Best Barber of the Year, Hair Expo Men’s Hairdresser and the list goes on.  Here’s what Anthony had to say about his exciting journey…   How did your passion for Barbering start?My barbering career first started at the age of 14...
Marketing Norris - Aug 17, 2020
Captured | Meet Freelance HMUA Rachael Blackwell

Captured | Meet Freelance HMUA Rachael Blackwell

  Rachael aka “Ru” Blackwell qualified from The Makeup School in Ponsonby, Auckland NZ in 2013 and has been working as a Freelance Hair & Makeup Artist since moving back to her home town of York UK and now has settled in Brisbane. Ru has gained a vast amount of experience from film, TV, fashion editorial and beauty. She also worked for MAC Cosmetics and she love’s every aspect of the industry and is proud to be trained in many different areas. This talented HMUA loves to create & capture, and in between her incredibly busy schedule we were lucky enough to ask Ru a few questions to give us an inside scoop into her career and share her wisdom and expert tips with us, so let’s dig in!   Thank you so much for being our feature HMUA, it’s a pleasure to showcase your amazing work on our front...
Alinga Websupport - Jul 13, 2020
Disturbia | We Interview Zoe Wilde

Disturbia | We Interview Zoe Wilde

  From beginning her career 15 years ago as a 16-year-old apprentice in a small salon in Regional NSW, to opening her debut Salon (Sir & Duchess), there has been a lot in between which has shaped Zoe Wilde into the Hair Artist that she is today. Zoe thrives on being a “serial risk taker,” and collaborating or joining forces with industry icons to push the boundaries to produce award winning collections. She is also a passionate mentor and educator at Wodonga Tafe Victoria, teaching Colour and Design for up and coming Hairdressers. Zoe’s biggest passion and accolade is combating Family Violence. Recent examples include fundraising over $10k for White Ribbon Australia in 2017 and becoming an ambassador for the Hair3RS initiative program in 2019. Her “Disturbia” collection, which Zoe describes “as her best one yet,” will put that Rihanna song right in your head, and has definitely caught the...
norris beauty Admin - May 15, 2020
Mesmeric | Industry Insight with Bridie Meehan

Mesmeric | Industry Insight with Bridie Meehan

  Bridie Meehan has always had a love for all things hair and styling, ‘‘I used to go to the hair salon with my mum and I’d always take a doll with me and try to style it”. Some young girls dream of turning their styling of doll hair into something more and Bridie has done just that, crowned 2019 Hair Expo Apprentice of the Year with her outstandingly beautiful “Mersmeric” collection. After going through the motions of high school in Echuca, Bridie began her hairdressing Apprenticeship at Trac Iorianni’s Hair Co. After four months she decided to pack up everything and move to the big smoke taking a job at Joey Scandizzo Salon in Melbourne. This talented young hairdresser is on track to becoming one of Australia’s finest emerging stylist, and we were lucky enough to chat with Bridie about her collection and what her dreams are for her...
norris beauty Admin - May 15, 2020
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Frozen In Time | HMUA Kat Rodda
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Frozen In Time | HMUA Kat Rodda

  The Future Creatives team sat down with the talented Kat Rodda to find out a little more...
Nov 03, 2020
Yeah The Mullet! | Barber Boy Anthony Staltari
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Yeah The Mullet! | Barber Boy Anthony Staltari

  From a makeshift salon in his parent’s garage at the age of 14, Anthony Staltari has catapulted...
Aug 17, 2020
Captured | Meet Freelance HMUA Rachael Blackwell
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Captured | Meet Freelance HMUA Rachael Blackwell

  Rachael aka “Ru” Blackwell qualified from The Makeup School in Ponsonby, Auckland NZ in 2013 and has...
Jul 13, 2020
Disturbia | We Interview Zoe Wilde
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Disturbia | We Interview Zoe Wilde

  From beginning her career 15 years ago as a 16-year-old apprentice in a small salon in Regional...
May 15, 2020