Jamaican hairdresser Dalton

is originally from Jamaica.

He trained at South Tyneside College and has been working as a hairdresser in Newcastle since 1998.
Black British Hairdresser
I became a hairdresser from the influence of living in Belize, when browsing through my first viewing of the OK magazine and where I came across an article about a Black British hairdresser.
My friends had suggested that I should go into hairdressing and so when I moved to Newcastle in 1997 I attended college and that's how it all started for me.
Hairdressing New Style
I enjoy working at Nicholas Mark Hairdressing because it has a relaxed atmosphere and everyone gets on well.

In regards to current hair trends I believe that current trends are great but individual creativity adds that added edge to the final result thus a new style is formed.

Cutting Hair
The hairdressing industry is interesting because of the various influences that gives everyone a good starting point.
I like all aspects of hairdressing but out of all the different types what I enjoy the most is cutting and styling hair.

How the hair is cut all comes down to the desired result. Scissors will be used when the style requires blunt ends. Alternatively, Dalton might opt for razor cutting the hair - particularly if you'd like to have a short textured style or a long hairstyle with messy ends. Dalton may also choose to razor cut the hair if the hair is extremely thick and you need softness.

Find a new hairdresser

If someone is looking to find a new hairdresser, I would surely recommend myself, where I work and the other stylist that work with me.

Book your hair appointment
online with Dalton

Online booking instructions
1) Select the stylist
2) Choose an appointment date
3) Expand the styling type section and choose a service
4) Enjoy!