Trend Alert: Creative Undercuts

The Undercut is a term used for the shaven areas of a hairstyle. Whether it is at the nape of the neck or on the sides, it can be a fun way to add dimension and an element of surprise to your everyday style.

We believe that with changing trends more people are willing to be adventurous with their precious locks, and while the undercut can be a bit daring at times, it can also be used as a tool to help lighten the load for thick haired people.
As for the creative stuff, we love making the regular undercut more exciting - adding shapes, layers and sometimes colour. If this tickles your fancy, our cutting experts at Stevie English will be able to come up with something unique for you and your style!
Hair by Shaun in our Bondi salon  

Hair by Shaun in our Bondi salon  



One of our core ideals at Stevie English Hair - Is to have as much fun as possible and to be happy.


It definitely is my goal, I love my job and I get to work with so many creative people. This year I’ve been across the Globe for Matrix educating and playing at colouring hair. And here in Australia I have spent my time educating, hanging in my salons with my cool staff and working on The Voice as Hair Ambassador for Matrix and we are only half-way through the year! 


We believe that being happy is a great thing, and part of that feeling, is feeling good about yourself - and obviously we think a great hair can help.


I was reading an article the other day that was about the two things that go along with happiness; expectation and surprise. We like to think there’s some fun expectation of your booked appointment for Stevie English hair and the surprise - Well we don’t ever want to surprise any client. But we do like to help and assist with the look you want to achieve - I know our team (teamEnglish) have so much skill and creative genius that can help to add and suggest ways to make your look even more you!  So we hope that you have a style thats even better than you imagined - and thats always a happy surprise!


We like to think that when we are all happy we feel good about ourselves - so thats why this Saturday we would do something fun.  Just because ... 


You’ll be able to snap your new snip from stevie english hair on snapchat whilst in the salon - and add our exclusive filter to your image - its just for the day - its a first for a Hairsalon and we hope you’ll have fun adding your happiness surprise and perhaps a little expectation to it as well!

Happy hair right there! Happy hairdressers too! So tomorrow in our salons play on snapchat and use our exclusive filter. 

This beautiful hair makes me happy . Hair by Leah in our Glebe salon using matrix 

This beautiful hair makes me happy . Hair by Leah in our Glebe salon using matrix 

Snip and snap and Stevie English Hair  

Australian Social Media Superhero's and hair?

Here is the extract out of a blog post this week were I is featured not for hair but for what I do tapping on away on my computer all the time. See it is work!

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You’re probably surprised to see a hairdresser on the list – hairdressing is rarely associated with social media. However, hairdressing is a business, too, so why shouldn’t it be promoted in the same way as any other business venture? Just because their main line of work is not solely online, it does not mean that the man on the street doesn’t know how to harness the power of the Internet to their advantage.

The brand name Stevie English is derived from Steve’s English roots – he was born in Somerset – his real name is Steve Corthine. He has been hairdressing for over 15 years in a career that has seen him work as far a field as the US, Asia and London before setting up show here in Australia. His work has appeared in Marie Claire and Oyster magazines, and on various fashion shows and shoots all over Australia. He uses social media as a way of promoting his business through the Stevie English Hair website, blog, Facebook account and Twitter. It’s a wonder he has any time to fix fancy hairstyles with all that typing!

Well its true i do i do tweet and use facebook a lot, but here is the prof its not a waste of time. :)