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Hair Stylist / Colourist Vacancies - Carl Campbell

Carl Campbell

We have an international reputation for cutting-edge colour and creative cuts. Our
philosophy is that hair is hair, in all its glorious diversity. We see no good reason why
a stylist can’t excel in all hair textures.


Which is why we’re looking for highly skilled and versatile hairdressers so our salon
never turns away a potential client. To shine in our salons, you must be confident
and willing to work in a diverse and multicultural environment.


Catering for an eclectic crowd, our sleek, minimalist venues can be found just a 5-
minute walk from Brixton underground station and generate quite a buzz with their
background R&B, Hip Hop and soul soundtrack.


We currently have part-time and full-time vacancies for:


• Stylist
• Senior Stylist
• Colourist

Candidates must be proficient in all aspects of hairdressing such as styling, colouring
and cutting.


At least two years’ experience on the salon floor, with a hunger to learn. You must be
reliable, creative and self-motivated.
 
If you are interested to apply for this role , please send your CV and Cover Letter to [email protected]

We look forward to meeting you.

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