2017 has been epic!
Our second year proved just as exciting as our first...... here's The Low Down
Name: Johan Duguid
Job Description: receptionist
Star Sign: Gemini
When did you start at Linton and Mac: just after it opened, winter 2015
What was your very first job: working in Saks as a Saturday girl
What was your path to Linton and Mac: went full time at Saks when I left school at 16. I was Jaye's assistant there until I left... I went and worked in an office for a while. I was still chummy with Jaye, so when her and Jen opened Linton and Mac they offered me a Saturday job. I worked Saturdays for nearly two years, so when a full time job came up I was offered it!
What are your highlights of working at Linton ad Mac so far: going to London for the salon business awards earlier this year was UN-REAL!!
What are your dreams, goals and ambitions: I want children, maybe two... get married and be happy... and maybe rich!!
Style icons: all the Kardashians... Gigi & Bella Hadid
Describe your own personal style in three words: black // stylish // classy-gal
If you could have any one else in the salons style for one day, who's would you steal and why: Jordan - I like the way she puts outfits together
Worst hair day and why: the time I went brown - I was 17 and as soon as I got it done, I was crying in the bathroom and went straight back blonde!
Where do you see yourself in five years time: still working at L&M - obvs! Settling down with my Mr right maybe...!!
Top holiday destinations: BEEN - Ibiza // DREAM - New York
Favourite hang-outs in Aberdeen: Linton & Mac // Soul // Paramount
Top tunes on your playlist just now: love a bit of Britney... and I like 90's dance music - yeah, anything dancey, I like house music!
Favourite movie: don't watch movies - I get bored after a half an hour
Worst habit: I'm untidy - I'm always making a mess of my room
What colour in a box of paints best describes you and why: pink - because it's girly and fun!
What single individual has taught you most in life and what have you learned from them: Catherine, my mum - she's taught me just to be myself and not change for nobody!
Our Linton and MacDonald, were down in London earlier this week to attend the British Hairdressing Business Awards, hosted by Hairdressers Journal International.
We were up for the Independent Salon - Business Newcomer category, which celebrates the owners of new independent salons which are less than two years old. It recognises their goals and aims, but also the realisation of those plans in terms of success and future business growth.