Getting disillusioned with hairdressing, Freya felt ready for a new direction in her hairdressing career. Leaving her safe employed job with a leading salon name, she stepped into the world of being a self-employed hairdresser. Based at the Hunter Collective – a unique co-working salon space for leading independent hairdressers, she has found a new creative freedom and way of working that suits her lifestyle.
In a really insightful interview, our talk with Freya reveals how life as an independent self-employed hairstylist should look in 2019. No back street murky salon, with black money passing hands between self employed hairdresser and salon owner, Freya and Hunter Collective is the perfect model to show how both can work together professionally, transparently, and harmoniously. And to make sure we give fair balance to being self-employed and employed, then we’ve got that covered for you, too!
There’s lots of great information from Freya packed into this episode, so if you’re sat on the fence on whether being a self-employed hairdresser is the right move for you then this is your must go to podcast listen. Let’s get into it!
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Special thanks to Freya Haines for joining me today.
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