Training / Education

13 Nov 18

Parlux-evento-Clerici

 

Grazie al continuo impegno di PARLUX, a Milano nasce finalmente  una nuova accademia specifica per gli aspiranti parrucchieri e  professionisti del mondo dell hairstyling. La Parlux Academy prende  vita all interno dell Accademia del Benessere della Fondazione Clerici,  ente di formazione professionale del territorio lombardo.

Grazie alla sua nuova accademia, quindi, PARLUX avra il compito di  formare e specializzare gli studenti ed i professionisti che la  frequenteranno. In questa accademia, PARLUX intende mettere  a disposizione i suoi moderni asciugacapelli e apparecchi, in modo che  i frequentatori dei corsi che vi si terranno possano esprimere al meglio  le proprie competenze e la propria fantasia.

03 Jul 18

Fanola

FANOLA ha organizzato nella sua sede di San Martino Di Lupari (PD)
il primo Digital Event internazionale.
Un gruppo di influencer internazionali e hairstylist americani e canadesi
hanno avuto modo di vivere l’esperienza #FanolaLove.
Un tour creato da FANOLA per far scoprire il noto
FANOLA NO YELLOW SHAMPOO, dal laboratorio Ricerca e Sviluppo
al reparto dedicato al filling dei flaconi.

Gli influencer hanno poi proseguito con un contest: il My #Love Shampoo,
ovvero la creazione di uno shampoo realizzato e personalizzato da loro,
che dopo una selezione, decreterà quello che verrà prodotto
in edizione limitata a firma del blogger.
I blogger, oltre che nella produzione, sono anche stati coinvolti nello
shooting fotografico delle modelle preparate da hairstylist internazioneli
che hanno preso parte ad un Education Training del FANOLA LAB.

Infine, per far vivere il mondo della bellezza italiana a 360º,
i blogger sono stati in visita a Venezia, che è stata cornice di scatti,
stories e tag della pagina ufficiale @fanola.official

23 May 17

trevor-sorbie

According to the super-talented Trevor Sorbie team who know a thing or two, there is a huge market for speed for a significant market. With uncompromised skills and techniques mastered under pressure from photoshoots and on stage and backstage work, the team at Trevor Sorbie have created Rapid Results a brand new and exciting course that will educates cut and colouring techniques for well…..rapid results.

These techniques will be fast but effective ways of creating current, wearable styles in 2017. All techniques will be transferable, in a way that allows them to be executed in a bolder, innovative way, for shooting collections, live stage work, and are just as easily softened for salon friendly hairdressing. All the ideas on the course will be 15 – 20-minute concepts that are perfect for those time-pressured clients.

DURATION: ONE DAY 10AM – 5PM
WHEN: 25TH JUNE
EXPERIENCE: at least 1 year as qualified SALON HAIRDRESSER RECOMMENDED
PRICE: £120+VAT
TO BOOK: EMAIL education@trevorsorbie.com

17 Nov 16
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Returning for the fifth year on October 2016, 15th, Richard Ashforth’s NOISE took over the Institute of Contemporary Arts on Pall Mall, bringing its edgy, underground hairdressing vibe to the Queen’s neighbourhood!

NOISE was created to share knowledge, passion and inspiration, connecting the viewer to the performer with more of a ‘pop up’ feel rather than a formally staged show, pushing the hairdressing industry forward and taking creativity to a whole new level. The last minute announcements of artists and venue purely on social media give the whole event an ‘unexpected feel’, as much for the audience as for the artists!

The SACO team kicked off the proceedings with their three striking colour models ensconced in huge branded jumpsuits, before the team finished off their SACO signature textured pixie crops live on stage.

Polish team Jaga Huplo then brought their models to the stage (complete with NOISE hair wefts covering their faces), cutting the hair to create an exaggerated ‘hair helmet’ before removing these to reveal completely different looks underneath! New headpieces were then added again to change the look once more.

Returning to the NOISE stage this year, session stylist Tyler Johnson created a jagged pixie crop to enhance the cool, dirty blonde of his model’s hair, with a short, sharp bob and jagged fringe cut into his other model – both with cartoon cut out lips and heavy eyebrows.

Croation team Zgat then took over the stage creating their signature style of powerful balances and clean lines with a beautiful, deep pink, razor sharp crop on one model, balanced with a beautifully shiny, clean blonde asymmetric bob on the other.

Mark Anderson and the Creademic team from Copenhagen then brought their models to the stage wearing neon visors and strategically placed NOISE tape to showcase their Rebel collection. With the visors lifted, three pastel coloured bobs were revealed, which were then chopped and razored for a dramatic finish.

The eagerly anticipated entrance of Spanish team and NOISE regulars, Xpresion, then followed, bringing with it the theatre and spectacle this team are renowned for. Presenting their Pollution collection, two models appeared on stage before the team joined them and ‘dressed down’ their hair, backcombing, slicing and pinning. The finale of Xpresion’s show saw a male model appear on the stage where the team painted and sprinkled ash over his hair before he produced dry ice from his collar!

Closing the show, NOISE stalwart and industry legend Tim Hartley presented with his usual artistic flair and created his signature beautiful looks on different models to the norm. A beautiful blonde perm looked incredible on his male model, while an elegant mature model arrived on the stage with an incredible pink hue which was chopped and undercut to an asymmetric, short bob live on stage.

Of the event, organiser Richard Ashforth said: “It was incredible! The very exclusive and special venue added to the electric vibe of the night, and the amazing teams we had this year created such a buzz. The night was a complete sell out – we even had to turn people away – get there early next year so you don’t miss out!”.

The SACO team kicked off the proceedings with their three striking colour models ensconced in huge branded jumpsuits, before the team finished off their SACO signature textured pixie crops live on stage.

Polish team Jaga Huplo then brought their models to the stage (complete with NOISE hair wefts covering their faces), cutting the hair to create an exaggerated ‘hair helmet’ before removing these to reveal completely different looks underneath! New headpieces were then added again to change the look once more.

Returning to the NOISE stage this year, session stylist Tyler Johnson created a jagged pixie crop to enhance the cool, dirty blonde of his model’s hair, with a short, sharp bob and jagged fringe cut into his other model – both with cartoon cut out lips and heavy eyebrows.

Croation team Zgat then took over the stage creating their signature style of powerful balances and clean lines with a beautiful, deep pink, razor sharp crop on one model, balanced with a beautifully shiny, clean blonde asymmetric bob on the other.

Mark Anderson and the Creademic team from Copenhagen then brought their models to the stage wearing neon visors and strategically placed NOISE tape to showcase their Rebel collection. With the visors lifted, three pastel coloured bobs were revealed, which were then chopped and razored for a dramatic finish.

The eagerly anticipated entrance of Spanish team and NOISE regulars, Xpresion, then followed, bringing with it the theatre and spectacle this team are renowned for. Presenting their Pollution collection, two models appeared on stage before the team joined them and ‘dressed down’ their hair, backcombing, slicing and pinning. The finale of Xpresion’s show saw a male model appear on the stage where the team painted and sprinkled ash over his hair before he produced dry ice from his collar!

Closing the show, NOISE stalwart and industry legend Tim Hartley presented with his usual artistic flair and created his signature beautiful looks on different models to the norm. A beautiful blonde perm looked incredible on his male model, while an elegant mature model arrived on the stage with an incredible pink hue which was chopped and undercut to an asymmetric, short bob live on stage.

Of the event, organiser Richard Ashforth said: “It was incredible! The very exclusive and special venue added to the electric vibe of the night, and the amazing teams we had this year created such a buzz. The night was a complete sell out – we even had to turn people away – get there early next year so you don’t miss out!”.




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