OneMusic launches November Hair Month

OneMusic will celebrate Hair & Beauty throughout the month of November.

It has been a huge year for OneMusic in the hair and beauty industry with the announcement of our partnership with iconic Natalie Anne Hair and the 2023 Australian Hair Fashion Awards (AHFAs). Also working closely with the Australian Hairdressing CouncilOneMusic is on a mission to educate and inspire salon owners to get licensed and enjoy the benefits of music use in their business. November Hair month is the official celebration of all things hair and beauty.

Natalie Anne, Australian Hair Mogul.

Natalie Anne Ayob, Australian Hair mogul

With education the key, Natalie Anne has been spreading awareness on how hair businesses, salons and stores benefit from having licence cover from OneMusic.  

In celebration of the upcoming Awards and OneMusic’s dedication to the hair industry, hair stylists and salons were given the chance to win a money can’t buy ticket, seated at Natalie Anne’s table at the AHFAs. 

Natalie Anne Instagram Giveaway

Natalie Anne giveaway. More details on our Instagram page.

In case you missed it 

OneMusic Director Catherine Giuliano says,  

“It is very important to OneMusic we only partner with people and businesses who truly align with our values. The team at Natalie Anne Hair and the AHFAs have proven that there is a like-mindedness among creative people and their appreciation of art – whether that is a hair style or a song.” 

With less than two weeks until the Awards night at The Star in Sydney, OneMusic are gearing up to hit the stage as the official sponsors of Editorial Stylist of the Year. 

David Mannah on Instagram.

David Mannah of the AFHAs announcing the OneMusic/Natalie Anne competition on Instagram.

What else is happening during Hair Month? 

OneMusic will be using November to champion businesses who are proudly licensed by OneMusic with live updates around the AHFAs. 

Keep a close eye on our socials as our Director Catherine Giuliano will also be appearing on a special Australian Hairdressing Council podcast on the 20 November.  

Where can I find more information on licensing?

Have you got some questions ticking? We have most likely answered them in our Hair & Beauty page

OneMusic does not just support and remunerate music creators; it helps businesses secure the cover they need to legally play music. 

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