Welcome to the first of our ‘Classic Reruns’ as we delve deep into our library of episodes to bringing you some of our most classic podcasts ever recorded since our launch back in 2017. So I couldn’t think of a better one to kickoff with than this interview with Sophia Hilton, recorded for Episode 6 April 2017. Currently our most listened to podcast with over 10,000  downloads, it had to be this classic How To Cut It episode.

In this interview we got to learn all about Sophia’s story into hairdressing, including how she got into it and why she went about setting up ‘Not Another Salon’. We also get some wonderful insights into the huge social success of the ‘Not Another Salon’ Instagram account – something I know many of you love hearing about.

This is a terrific listen from one of hairdressings biggest names, and all in her very first recorded podcast interview. I know you’ll love this ‘Classic Reruns’ so enjoy!

 


 

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Today’s Guest

Sophia Hilton is the founder of Not Another Salon in London’s Brick Lane, a ‘salon with a difference’ based on her #antifactory ideology. Sophia is the ambassador for Innoluxe as well as being an international educator, teaching in 22 locations in the UK and 7 other countries worldwide. Previous to founding Not Another Salon, Sophia won a L’Oreal colour trophy and a British Hairdressing award.

Show notes:

In today’s conversation with Sophia you’ll hear

  • • How and why ‘Not Another Salon’.
  • • About Sophia Hilton.
  • • Why Sophia recommends hairdressing as a career.
  • • Where it all started.
  • • Moving to London and working at Brooks and Brooks.
  • • Advice on entering competitions and awards.
  • • How social media can open up opportunities.
  • • What makes for a good social media post.
  • • The signature brand of Sophia Hilton.
  • • Being the owner and opening Not Another Salon.
  • • Living in the moment.
  • • Education with Not Another Academy.
  • • What can we expect from Sophia in the next year.

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