One hundred years of history from KH Hair
“The business would not be here today without Mr Keith Hall‘s foresight and vision.
Mr Keith Hall has remained a constant figure of inspiration and guidance throughout our careers and those of all 300 staff we have at KH Hair”.
Darren Messias and Tim Fee
Joint Managing Directors
Mr Arthur Hall opens his first salon in Long Eaton
Mr Keith Hall joins the family business in charge of Chair No.6
Mr Keith Hall leaves the salon to join the Royal Air Force and in 1942 qualifies as a flying instructor.
In 1943 Mr Keith Hall is awarded an MBE for ‘gallantry not in the face of the enemy‘
Mr Keith Hall returns to the family hairdressing business.
Mr Keith Hall ventures to London for one year to train with Charles Pluckrose of Wigmore Street.
Stephen Messias is headhunted from Vidal Sassoon.
Tim Fee joins the business as a young apprentice.
Mr Keith Hall is appointed President of Intercoiffure Mondial.
He was bestowed the title of Honorary President in the late 80’s
Mr Keith Hall retires from the business and the franchise model is adopted.
Darren Messias joins the business as a young apprentice.
Darren and Tim become joint managing directors.
Keith Hall is re-branded to KH Hair and the KH Hair Colour Team is formed.
Darren receives a Fellow with Honours Award from the Fellowship for British Hairdressing
Tim Fee set to retire …..
“It’s going to feel strange without Tim sitting in the opposite chair after all these years, but I’m excited for the future of KH Hair and I’m determined to ensure all our salons continue to grow stronger and carry on delivering the very best in customer service and industry expertise”