We’re getting bigger at Big Hair No Care and are looking for an ace Sales and Marketing Coordinator to start ASAP. Please pass it along!
source photos: Marguerite London
.Sales and Marketing Coordinator.
Job type: Permanent
Job location: London
Salary: competitive + bonus
Big Hair No care was created by Freddie Harrel, a Top UK blogger with over 130,000 followers across social networks.
We’re a cool and fast growing gang trying to make a difference in the so poorly catered Afro hair and beauty market! We do ethical hair extensions; they’re made of premium synthetic and 0% human hair whose trade is unfair and unregulated. We do them well, big, fluffy and they’d fool anyone, and we make sure the people who make them are paid and treated fairly.
We’ve just opened a pop up in Pop Brixton (London), a fun, welcoming hub for the natural hair community and set to become a community hot spot for creative and entrepreneurial women of colour to connect and collaborate, and the new home of the ‘Big Hair Nights`- a series of lively panel discussions featuring inspiring special guests from the world of beauty, business, fashion, music and lifestyle.
I’m a big believer of signs, especially when it comes to personal reflection. I think that many things happen to keep us introspecting ourselves, I believe, as if we were meant to constantly reflect on ourselves, to better ourselves. It might sound cheesy, but that’d only be because of the way I put it, because when you think about it, isn’t it what we’re meant to thrive for? Become better?
If there’s one thing I wish I had done more before having a baby, it’s traveling with Tom. We just haven’t done it enough and our only long haul trip together was our honeymoon. Some couples are amazing at that, they’ve done a lot together before getting married and/or having a child, or when reality calls basically. With Hugo joining the gang, I thought that these hashtag holiday goals photos cramming my Instagram timeline were going to be what FOMO was going to be made of from now on. These random and impromptu evenings with your best friends from 3 cocktails ago that make epic memories are a thing of the past, and that’s actually fine because I could also do without the following day spent nursing one of these increasingly nasty hangovers. But disappearing in style, switching off as we knew it is a thing of the past too. Setting up that out of office notice meant we had just dropped all responsibilities – but that was ante Hugo Harrel.
So when the Majestic Barrière in Cannes invited the three us over for the weekend, I jumped at the occasion to check how much fun can you have while on baby watch.
One of my new little projects this year is to be more organised. I can be sooo messy and all over the place, and I’m running out energy to put up with it.
So when Very asked me to be part of their #LiveMore campaign, it couldn’t have been a better timing. We’re moving back to London this month (yaay), but with the work trips and tight deadlines, Hugo’s determination to nail his rolling skills (we basically have a restless baby), there’s a lot going on.