About Capital's magazine
Our magazine is printed four times a year to match the four seasons (Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter). In each issue we bring you the latest tips, trends and news from within the hair and beauty industry. You can also expect some fabulous ‘get the looks’, our top product picks and features from well-known professionals in the trade.
Now available in print, and digital, it’s easier than ever to catch up on all the latest, and the beauty of the Capital magazine is that it’s absolutely FREE!
Why we do it
As well as providing top quality products at great value, we constantly strive to bring you interesting and exciting content through our magazine, and social media.
Where to get it
If you shop online, we include a free copy of the magazine in every customer’s order (where possible and while stocks last). Alternatively, you can pick up your free copy in any of our stores, or read it online here...
You'll also find a large amount of content from our magazines in our Inspiration section, click here to be inspired!
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Don’t have time to read the full issue? Check out some of the best bits from our current issue…
Top selling US skincare brand Pharmagel specialise in skin care and treatments for beauty professionals. Not only are the products formulated with pharmaceutical grade ingredients but are also clinically proven to improve skin’s texture and radiance.
Color Wow was created by Gail Federici, a hair pro who felt that something was missing from the ever-growing industry. Now with over 70 major beauty awards under its belt, Color Wow has arrived at Capital Hair and Beauty.
Balayage is a French word that means to sweep. It is a hair colouring technique where the stylist will paint the hair to give a natural sun-kissed look with gold reflects, that the sun gives naturally to hair in summer.
The Smoky Eye is a make-up classic so well known that it has found its way into the world of hair colouring and inspired a new service now known as ‘Smoky Hair’. Playing with a mix of blended shades and using multi-dimensional tones to create contrast from root to tip, this technique truly embodies the Smoky Eye and all of its appealing factors.
After a stop-start year of turbulence and disappointment for many of those within the retail, hospitality and hair and beauty sectors, the government’s roadmap out of lockdown offers light at the end of the tunnel for many businesses.
We want to know what YOU want to see more of in your Capital magazine, so feel free to email the editor at the email address below with any ideas and suggestions…
Samantha Burkwood | email@example.com
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Sophie Middleton | sophiemiddleton.co.uk