As hairstylists, we’re always looking for inspiration, advice, tips, and tricks.
We constantly find ourselves browsing through various hair blogs. These hair blogs are great for any hairstylist looking for inspiration or just browsing through the internet. Of course, on our blog, we provide resources for hairstylists when it comes to starting a salon and inspiration for different hairstyles or salon designs. We want to give credit to these hair blogs too for their unique posts!
Cosmo Salon Studios
At Cosmo Salon Studios, we help hairstylists own their own salon, without the hassle. We empower hairstylists, cosmetologists, estheticians, nail technicians, massage therapists, makeup artists and other beauty professionals to take charge of their lives and their businesses. To continue empowering beauty professionals, we use our blog as a resource for salon design inspiration, marketing tips for salon owners, and general business tips. Check out the rest of our blogs here.
Luxy Hair Blog
Luxy Hair makes high-quality clip-in hair extensions. Their brand is focused on helping women look and feel beautiful every day. To be a part of that mission, Luxy Hair posts how to blogs, hair tutorials, and hair care tips not just for extensions. For anyone looking for inspiration types of hairstyles or just interested in keeping up with the latest hair trends, be sure to check out Luxy Hair blog.
Founded by celebrity hairstylist, Jen Attkin, Mane Addicts is a blog devoted to providing premium hair-related content. On this hair blog, you will find how-to’s, expert hairstylist workshops, celebrity interviews, and more. On this platform, Jen Atkin hones in on her expertise to provide readers with a behind-the-scenes look at what it’s like to be a “Mane Master”. According to their site, Mane Addicts is perfect for anyone in need of inspiration for a new style, who wants to learn how to do a runway look or wants to learn more from the experts. Check out Mane Addicts here.
Confessions of a Hairstylist
Confessions of a Hairstylist was founded by professional hair stylist and educator, Jenny Strebe. After 15 years of experience in the hairstyling industry, Jenny joined Toni & Guy as the Education Director. This new role inspired her to fuse her talent for hairdressing and love of education and create the blog and YouTube channel, Confessions of a Hairstylist. If you are a stylist looking for product reviews, tutorials, education opportunities, and industry secrets, be sure to check out Confessions of a Hairstylist here.
The Beauty Department
The Beauty Department was created in 2011 by celebrity hairstylist Kristin Ess and celebrity makeup artist, Amy Nadine. According to their website, they designed The Beauty Department with an intent to bridge the gap between a professional glam squad and the every-girl. This blog is not exclusive to hair. The Beauty Department has tutorial, product reviews, and inspiration for hair, makeup, nails, and skin. If you can’t get enough of Kristin Ess’s Instagram feed, then this hair blog is definitely one to check out.
Hair Romance is a blog created by Christina, a woman who wanted to share her hair story with others. Even though Christina isn’t a hairstylist, her experience with hating and eventually loving her hair has led her to try every product and style in the book. Hair Romance was inspired by her journey to finding happiness and falling in love with her hair. This hair blog encourages everyone, not just stylists, to step out of their comfort zone and try a new hairstyle. Be sure to check out Hair Romance here.
Twist Me Pretty
Twist Me Pretty is run by another non-hairstylist, Abby Smith. After learning about how to manage her own hair from YouTube, Abby decided to share what she learned on a blog. As her blog grew, so did the topics she wrote about. She’s not afraid to try new things in life and with her hair! Twist Me Pretty is a great resource for people looking for everyday hair tutorials based on the season, occasion, or length of your hair. Be sure to check out Twist Me Pretty’s hair blog or YouTube channel.
The Small Things Blog
The Small Things Blog was created by Kate, a former hairstylist. She started making video hair tutorials in 2011 for her clients to use. After sharing a few of her posts to Pinterest, she quickly realized that her tutorials were helpful to many people. Now, The Small Things blog is a great resource for hair tutorials, product reviews, and advice for hairstylists and everyday girls. This hair blog is a great way to learn more about hair from the perspective of a hair stylist.
Hair Blog Stylist
The Hair Blog Stylist was created by Romyet Khouri, a Technical Director/Assistant Salon Manager at The Dubai Mall. With years of experience in the hair industry collaborating with renowned brands such as L’Oreal, Romyet was able to start Hair Blog Stylist as a resource for other hairdressers and hair fanatics. The Hair Blog Stylist has a wide variety of content including professional hairstylists, tutorials, and reviews of products, wigs, and extensions. Check out the Hair Blog Stylist here.
John Paul Mitchell Systems
John Paul Mitchell Systems makes professional hair care products. They stand up against testing on animals and are committed to caring for the planet. John Paul Mitchell Systems also has a variety of salons and schools across the country. Their hair blog has a section called “Behind the Bottle” where they have articles about what they are doing behind the scenes to make the Earth a better place. They also write about celebrity campaigns, hair-oscopes, and how-to’s.
Feeling inspired to start your own hair salon? Get started today with Cosmo Salon Studios.