In the last few Balayage classes I have taught, I have asked particpants at the end of the class to use social media adding the #balayaerevolution to spread the word of what we enjoy and love,I also wanted to stay in touch. It has been wonderful to be able to talk and meet up with other colourists who feel the same way I do about hair colour, we are building a new community on social media about enjoying and sharing our love for freehand highlights.
Last week was brilliant, first off my thoughts on teaching. Walking into an Academy, putting the chairs where I want them, and making sure the room has the right feel for the most impact on a group of
We all had a great day sharing the love of balayage last week, the class sold really well and was full of 20 people with a thirst for learning something new that they could take back to the salon. I am still on a high from it.
Wonderful article in Hairdressers Journal last month on Balayage which I was thrilled to be asked to contribute to, if you didn’t get chance to read it then, here it is in full.
Education, Education, Education I think i’m always extolling the need for constant training, the need for the individual to keep relevant is very important in a fast changing industry like mine, one in which the ideals of beauty are always changing, you only have to look at your own old photos to see how quickly style moves on. Nobody really wants to be left behind but given the fact that many of us are time poor, spending our spare time in a class or staff training night might seem