Darrel Hall raises £103 for the Hairdressers Charity through raffling an Akito scissors goodie bag.
Darrel is half way through his years commitment to raising money for this great charity and is doing a fantastic job.
The 29th June it is National Helping Hairdressers' day.
We have teamed up with the Hairdressers' Charity again this year to help raise essential funds for our fellow hairdressers in times of need.
For your chance to win the Akito Kenshi, buy your lucky number(s) through the Hairdressers' Charity Just Giving page for a minimum of just £5. Numbers must be purchased before noon on the 29th June 2018.
The first number drawn in the Euro Millions that evening will be the winner!
What a fantastic source of inspiration from Akito family member, Darrel Hall, with his commitment to 'giving back' and making this outstanding donation. Well done Darrel!
Congratulations to Isobel Eaton from Russel Eaton Salon, on winning the Akito Hawk in the Hair Charity raffle in December 2017. We hope you are having lots of hair creative fun with your new scissors.
The beautiful Takara scissor raised £150 for the Hair Charity through the Akito live Twitter auction. Thanks go to Dom Lehane for his winning bid.
The 30th June is helping hairdressers day, #HHD17.
In our support for the Hairdressers’ Charity we will be auctioning a pair of the beautiful rose gold Akito Takara scissor on Twitter. All proceeds will be given to the Charity.
Look forward to seeing you there #HHD17 on 30th June between 8pm till 10pm.
Through twitter earlier this year, Akito auctioned the Vidal Sassoon autobiography book signed by Trevor Sorbie, which raised £100 for the Hairdressers' Charity..
The Akito Takara scissor is handcrafted in the finest Japanese Hitachi steel and is perfect for all hair cutting techniques.
Hairdressers showing their support along with Akito Scissors, helping raise awarness and funds for the Hair Charity.
Vidal Sassoons autobiography signed by Trevor Sorbie has been auctioned through twitter: #HairHour and has raised a whopping £100 for the Hair Charity. Big thanks to Stewart Roberts for his generous bid.