With these videos I’m covering a different hair subject for each letter, passing on my knowledge, giving tips, advice and breaking down myths about certain topics. 1 episode/letter will be released every 2 weeks on a Friday morning.

The latest episodes will be added as they go live on Youtube, and will always be at the top of this page, so scroll down to look for and view the previous letters.


We’re currently on letter M For Modern Hollywood Hair.

so let's get to it………

Neil Moodie’s “Alphabet of Hair” M for Modern Hollywood with guest red carpet hairstylist Earl Simms.

The Golden Age of Hollywood which lasted from the end of the silent era in American cinema in the late 1920s to the early 1960’s saw the rise of Hollywoods most glamorous women. Their hair was their crown and glory and defined hair fashions for many years. Today we have new Hollywood stars who grace our red carpets, sometimes the catwalks and even advertising campaigns. In this episode I’m joined by my good friend and red carpet hairstylist Earl Simms to discuss and share with you the latest hair trends that are modern Hollywood..

Neil Moodie’s “Alphabet of Hair” L for Looking After Long Hair

Having great looking, healthy long hair is like taking an instant youth elixir. Split ends or dry frazzled long hair just isn’t sexy, feminine or chic. Why would you spend so much money on a great outfit whether it be high street or designer then have your hair looking mediocre to go with it? Well hopefully that’s all about to change.. I’m going to give you the best advice I know to help you have great looking, healthy, chic long hair, without it costing you an arm or a leg.

Neil Moodie’s “Alphabet of Hair” K for Keratin - What is it and how does it work?

In this episode of the alphabet of hair, I’m covering the letter K, which stands for Keratin. I’m going to be looking at what Keratin is, why it’s important for hair, and also look a bit more in depth into the Keratin straightening systems that have been around for a while now, how they work and how they’ve progressed.

Neil Moodie’s Alphabet of Hair: J for Jargon.-  Hairdresser lingo decoded

Over the years, the more I talk to people about their hair, the more I’ve realised that a lot of the general public don’t really understand hairdressers jargon as well as us hairdressers think you do. So I’m going to try and break down the most commonly used hairdressers talk that you will hear in the salon & from your stylist and hopefully decipher the meanings for you. I hope this will help you visit to the salon become easier and for you to have a better rapport with your stylist.

Neil Moodie’s Alphabet of Hair: I for Insider Tips (with special guest top red carpet hairstylist Earl Simms)

Over my 35 years as a hairstylist I've been asked many times by journalists and clients to share my insider tips that I use on shoots or on shows. In this episode I invited my friend, top hairstylist Earl Simms to join me, to share some of his tips too so it's a double whammy of tips from me the fashion hairstylist and Earl, the red carpet hairstylist. Enjoy the tips and I hope they help.

Follow Earl Simms on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/earlsimms2/...

All products featured in this video can be found by clicking the links below.

Products Used: GHD Hairdryers: http://bit.ly/GHDDryers GHD Curling TONGS: http://bit.ly/GHDHairCurlers GHD Platinum Plus Styler: http://bit.ly/GHDPlatinumplus Babyliss Pro Curling Iron: https://www.babylisspro.co.uk/stylers/ Babyliss Pro ItaliaBRAVA Dryer: http://bit.ly/BabylissBrava L'oreal Pro Paris Infinium Hairspray : http://bit.ly/InfiniumHairspray L'oreal Tecni Art Savage Panache Powder Spray: http://bit.ly/LorealSavagePanache Metal Duck Clips: http://bit.ly/DuckClips

Neil Moodie’s Alphabet of Hair: H for Highlights (with special guest top colourist Shari Reynolds)

Highlighting hair has probably been one of the most popular forms of  hair colouring for quite a few years now,  but it's recently had some competition from many other colouring techniques for the top spot. 

I discuss with my guest, top hair colourist Shari Reynolds the latest news about highlighting and also new techniques that are coming through, keeping this traditional colouring technique fresh and vying for the top spot again on the colouring charts.  

Neil Moodie’s Alphabet of Hair: G for Grey Hair (with special guest top colourist Shari Reynolds)

Grey hair can be a taboo subject for both men and women. 

I'm joined by my a special guest again, hair colourist extraordinaire Shari Reynolds to discuss how to deal with it, how to get around it,  how to disguise it plus how to embrace it. 

You can be grey and be fabulous!!!

Neil Moodie's Alphabet of Hair: F is for Frizz

So many people have to deal with Frizz.  Men, Women, Children and Me. 

The three main causes of frizz are genetics, hair damage, and humidity.  In this video I deal with the causes,  the remedies,  plus give you some great product recommendations to help counteract the frizz and hopefully help you to  have a frizz-less day. now

Released 24th April 2019

Neil Moodie’s Alphabet of Hair: E is for Extensions.

 In this episode I’m taking a look at hair extensions with my special guest, hairstylist and dear friend Earl Simms. Earl and I use extension within our work, and here we discuss what different types are available, which ones we recommend and discuss if they’re even that popular anymore.

RELEASED 17/4/19

Neil Moodie’s Alphabet of Hair: D is for Dry, Damaged Hair

 What causes dry hair?  Well, many different factors can cause dry or severely dry hair and scalp. Find out what the different reasons are and what I recommend to counteract this problem plus help your hair get to a healthier place again.

RELEASED 10/4/19

Neil Moodie's Alphabet of Hair: C is for Curly Hair

Having naturally curly hair myself I’ve spent years studying and undertstanding how to manage it. Now I’m passing on as much of that knowledge as possible to you, plus letting you know what products I recommend to tame and control it.


Neil Moodie's Alphabet of Hair with guest colourist Shari Reynolds: B is for Balayage

This episode features guest colourist, the amazing Shari Reynolds. We’re breaking down the meaning of Balayage, what to ask for, and talking about the latest balayage techniques

1st Episode released 3/4/19

So let’s begin with A for Accessories

Get my advice on the latest hair accessories for SS19 , where to buy them and how to wear them, from high end luxury to the high street