Hair Blogs We Love

We are always on the lookout for tips and tricks as hairstylists.

It’s not uncommon to browse through different hair blogs. These blogs are great for hairstylists looking for inspiration or browsing the web. Our blog provides resources and inspiration to hairstylists for starting a salon or styling different hairstyles. These hair blogs are also worthy of our thanks for their original posts.

Luxury Hair Blog

Luxury Hair offers high-quality clip-in hair extensions. Luxury Hair is a brand that helps women feel and look beautiful every day. Luxury Hair is a blog that shares how-to blogs, tutorials and hair care tips. You can find inspiration for different hairstyles and keep up to date with the latest trends in hairstyles.

Mane Addicts

Mane Addicts was founded by Jen Atkin (celebrity hairstylist) and is dedicated to providing high-quality hair-related content. This blog features how-tos, expert workshops by hairstylists, celebrity interviews, and hair tips. Jen Atkin uses her expertise to give readers a behind-the-scenes look at the life of a “Mane Master.” Mane Addicts, according to their website, is the perfect place for anyone looking for inspiration or who wants to learn from the pros how to create a runway look.

Confessions of a hairstylist

A professional hairstylist and educator, Jenny Strebe founded Confessions of A Hairstylist. Jenny joined Toni & Guy in September 2015 as the Education Director. She has 15 years’ experience in hairdressing. This new role inspired her to combine her love of education with her talent in hairdressing and create Confessions Of A Hairstylist, a blog and YouTube channel. You are a stylist looking for tutorials, product reviews, industry secrets, education opportunities, and other information.

The Beauty Department

Celebrity hairdressers Kristin Ess, and Amy Nadine, a celebrity makeup artist, created The Beauty Department in 2011. According to their website, The Beauty Department was created to bridge the gap between professional glam squads and everyday girls. This blog does not only focus on hair. The Beauty Department offers tutorials, product reviews, inspiration, and tips for hair, makeup and nails.

Hair Romance

Christina started Hair Romance. She wanted to share her hair story and create a blog. Christina is not a hairdresser, but her experiences with loving and hating her hair led her to try every style and product in the book. Hair Romance was born out of her struggle to find happiness and fall in love with her hair. This blog encourages all hairdressers to try new styles.

Twist Me Pretty

Twist Me Pretty, which a hairdresser does not run, is managed by Abby Smith. Abby learned how to manage her hair on YouTube and decided to start a blog to share the knowledge. Her blog grew, as did the topics that she covered. She isn’t afraid to try new things with her hair and in life. Twist Me Pretty provides great tutorials for relaxed hair based on season, occasion or length.

The Small Things Blog

Kate, a former hairstylist, created The Small Things Blog. In 2011, she began making tutorial videos for her clients. She shared a few of her videos on Pinterest and realized how useful her tutorials were to others. The Small Things blog provides great advice and tutorials for hairdressers and everyday girls.

Hair Blog Stylist

Romy Khouri is a Technical Director/Assistant Manager at The Dubai Mall. Romy Khouri, a Technical Director/Assistant Salon Manager at The Dubai Mall, has years of experience in the hair business and was able to create Hair Blog Stylist as an online resource for hairstylists and hair fans. Hair Blog Stylist offers a variety of content, including tutorials and reviews of products, extensions, and wigs.

John Paul Mitchell Systems

John Paul Mitchell Systems produces professional hair care products. They are against animal testing and are committed to protecting the environment. John Paul Mitchell Systems has many salons and schools all over the country. The “Behind-the-Bottle” section of their hair blog features articles about what they do behind the scenes to make the Earth better. They also cover celebrity campaigns, hair scopes and how-tos.