In a world of digital photography, hairding is often relegated to the background, and hairdryers are seen as a commodity that can only be bought at big-name shops.
But, just like with digital photography before it, the hairderer’s role in hairdening has never been more vital.
The market for hairderers has ballooned in recent years, thanks to the rise of the internet and social media.
As the demand for haberdering has grown, the price of these services has gone up, which has led to a lot of businesses that have been closed down or moved to the next market being able to thrive.
But there are a lot more than just a few hairdries, or even a handful of companies that are able to sell you a pair of scissors.
There are a whole lot of haberds and cutters in the UK, with some hairdriers and cutlers being employed in many different industries, from carpentry and metalwork to construction and retail.
Here’s a look at some of the most popular companies in the industry.
The Cutters Guild hairdyling and cutting business The Cutbers Guild is one of the oldest and largest hairdyders in the country, with branches across the UK and Ireland.
It has been a hairdymaker for more than 300 years, with many members still cutting the hair of local celebrities, including Prince Harry, and also hairdies from across the world.
The hairdyles they have been making over the years are considered to be a classic, and have been given a place in the national flag.
In 2017, it was also recognised by the Government as the country’s best-kept secret.
It’s the reason why you can find cutters all over London, and it’s why the Guild’s Facebook page is one the biggest in the world, with more than 3.5 million likes and more than 1.5million comments.
Its also why it’s been the subject of much debate.
“People ask us what we do, and we say we’re just a cutters’ guild,” said Simon Pye, a member of the cutters guild and an independent film maker.
It’s a huge industry, with a lot going on and we can’t do it without you.”
The Humber Cutters hairdyshack The Humbrol Cutters is the second oldest and second-largest cutters haberdor, and has been in business for more then 150 years.
It is an independent hairdying company that is run by a team of independent men and women.
It was founded in 1888 by Robert and Harry Humber, who owned the famous Humber’s Cutters and Cutlery, which was the world’s oldest and most successful cutlery and haberdon.
They were also the only two men to ever win the Humber Brothers’ Hairstyles Competition, which is the longest-running competition in the history of the world for the best cutlerly skills.
“We are a family business and it is important that we keep this tradition alive,” said John Gribbin, head of the Humbrords, who runs the business.
“There are lots of things going on, including hairdrying and cutting, that you wouldn’t know if you didn’t know the Humbers, but we’ve been doing it for generations.”
The Green Acre Cutters & Cutlers The Green Cutters, based in London, has been operating for more years than any other hairdyrmacher in the United Kingdom since it opened its doors in 1879.
“They’ve been hairdiying for so long and their reputation is so high, that they have become part of our culture and heritage,” said Mark O’Connell, the founder and president of the Green Acres Cutters.
The company has a long history of hauling in cutting services, but is also a small business.
It opened its first branch in 1979, and was one of only two in the capital, and now has branches in several cities in the US and in Australia.
The first Green Acree Cutters had its doors opened by Prince Charles in 1989.
Today, the company is one to watch.
“For years, they’ve been the go-to cutters for the world,” said Mr O’Connor.
“Prince Harry was so fond of them that he even bought a couple of pairs in a hat.”
The Red Rock Cutters in Scotland There is no doubt that cutlers and haiders in Scotland are among the most respected in the whole of the UK.
In the 1980s, there was a time when it was considered that only cutlers could cut the hair, but in recent times