Why Destroying Something Isn't Bad

See the Death Star exploding?  That is everything wrong with the beauty industry.  

See the Millennium Falcon?  That's Us.  Destroy the Hairdresser.  

It's that time again, time to connect with everyone out their in our world that needs a voice, that is dissatisfied or looking for help.  DTH is coming up on its first anniversary of being in X-is-tense. In that time we have gone from a monthly webzine delivered to inboxes under the original incarnation 'Trichology Project' to a monthly blog to fully embracing our Mission: Destroy the Hairdresser and producing original content for the site. We bring awareness to controversial topics, predict future trends (with a startling degree of accuracy), educate on the illustrious history of the hairdresser, and have conversations with Masters of the craft...all the while growing Destroy the Hairdresser beyond interesting content to connecting those in need.

What can you do?  Share with us.  Utilize #DestroyTheHairdresser on Instagram and Facebook.  Share our work to find more like-minded artists.  That's how we found Destroy the Hairdresser's resident columnist and blogmaster Kate Edna.  She is The One to send submissions to:

kate@destroythehairdresser.com

Why Destroy?  Because when something doesn't work, destroy it.  Out of the ashes we rise.  It sounds very Grecian tragedy but we assure you it's not.  We stand by the absolute truth that hairdressers are intelligent business people and artists, and know when something is not...quite...right...with our industry.  From struggling to start in salons to burning out, from feeling isolated to overwhelmed, we are the bridge to help you cross hurdles and continue on your path.  How do we do that?  Stay tuned for mentorship opportunities.

We welcome you.  Share with us, share our work.  Vent to us.  Ask for help.  We want to know you.  Meet more hairdressers at:

#DestroyTheHairdresser

@KateWrightNurtur

 

 

That's us!  Co-founders Caeleb Michael and Cyd Charisse being o-so-serious

That's us!  Co-founders Caeleb Michael and Cyd Charisse being o-so-serious

That one summer Kate Edna pretended to be a pirate hairdresser

That one summer Kate Edna pretended to be a pirate hairdresser

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