I had a great time at Pro hair live Manchester and London talking the business of colour to a really engaged audience over the next 2 articles i’m going into a little more depth for you there is so much information i can’t get it all into one article but if you are hoping to grow your colour business there are some amazing facts and figures, i hope it helps you grow you colour revenue thanks to my friends at Loreal for the stats
Given the huge success of this years Balayage events in the UK, I have added fresh Dates for London in 2014, Class places are limited so maybe put one on your list to Santa. Looking forward to continuing the #Balayagerevolution 2014
Summer is drawing to an end, but the Balayage revolution never stops. What a summer it has been.
the September issue of Proffesional Hairdresser is out with a beautiful two page spread featuring my work and thoughts on Balayage, for the salon succesful colourist it makes a great read. The funniest part is the opening line “the good ship Balayage with captain Jack Howard “- love it. The article is below for you to see if you don’t get the magazine.
The best news this week, was the fact I’ve been invited to work the stage for Hairdressers Journal with some Balayage, the panick has already set in trying to find the five models I will need, I have a month and a half to sort it. Later this month I’m going to get my assessor qualification and that all starts August 20th, I feel it’s something good to have and it will enable me to grade students at collages and within the salon for their NVQ’S all good #neverstoplearning, but it will be fun going back to school, i’m trying to condense it and fast track it, not sure if I will but i’m going to give it my best.
Most of my Brunette clients like being brown, they hate orange and red tones and just want to look natural. Never have I heard a client say can you put some orange highlights in my hair Jack!. Yet all around me I can see that orange brown glow of badly coloured hair, in all fairness its hard to keep the brassy tones away in the sunshine and colour does oxidize but even so its our job as colourists to work hard at keeping the brass away.