Creative Director Mark Woolley dropped into Good Morning Britain to share his expertise with presenters on Prince William’s buzzcut. The segment was broadcast live during the prime morning slot and the team discussed the method and level of experience needed to achieve such a look without the royal price tag!

Electric Sessions San Diego:

The first Electric Sessions Pop Up, held in San Diego was a huge success with a full house of hair experts and industry influencers attending to get up close and personal to the three British greats presenting.

Creative Director, Mark Woolley was joined by globally renowned educator DJ Muldoon from The Factory and creative director Anthony Edge from Edge74, the night enabled the audience to interact with the stylists as they presented some signature looks live on stage.

“Each of us has a unique style but we all have the same passion for our craft and the industry. The night was about education but in a unique way, so the guests could get involved, ask us questions and really get to know what makes us all tick” Mark explained.

Nick Irwin Guest Artist:

The infamous Electric Sessions, founded by award-winning hairdresser and session stylist Mark Woolley, recently hosted an up close and personal evening with renowned session stylist, Nick Irwin.

Hosted in the Electric Studio in Brighton, an international audience of hairdressers and influencers attended to watch, learn and be inspired by Nick. The night focused on 3 sections of Nick’s hairdressing career and the musical influences that aided his inspiration and creations. The audience was treated to eye-catching styles and an intimate, live Q&A session between Mark and Nick on the Electric stage.

Having regularly worked with legendary photographer Rankin and the team at Hunger Magazine, the Electric Sessions incorporated looks and inspiration from the 80s, 90s and modern day with punk and house music all playing a part in his passion and creations.

With Nick taking his 80s inspiration from Gucci and Toyah (with her actual makeup artist on hand during the night), the looks involved bright colours and classic square graduations with the music and hair working as one.

The 90s segment of the evening took inspiration was from Westwood and the dark gothic elements that were prominent during those times. The look was all about a clean ponytail and cobweb effects to get that vibe.

The part of the night was all about the editorial; how hair can be styled without cutting. With hip-hop inspiration showing prominence within the finished look, the hair was about secure, tight ponytails and twisted knots.

“The Electric Sessions are a place to bring inspiring creatives to share their passion and influences with the Electric Family – the team, our hair salon customers and international distributors. I started the idea initially to hang out with my creative mates and then it just evolved. It was really good to hear about Nick’s journey and passion. 2018 will see the Electric Sessions continue to invite inspiring names to the stage from not just the UK but also the USA. As a global brand, we’re out there working with some really great names and the Electric Sessions is the ideal platform for others to share their story,” explains International Creative Director and founder, Mark Woolley.