Styling Fundamentals 1: Blowdry Workshop Jan. 14

Styling Fundamentals 1: Blowdry Workshop Jan. 14

from 75.00

The first in a series of classes dedicated to learning core hairdressing techniques that will take your styling to the next level.

During this class you will learn how to give a long lasting, high volume blowout that looks great on its own, or to use as a foundation for up styling. First with a round brush set, and then with a flat brush.

You will learn:

• To control hair direction and growth patterns.

• To use your blowdryer and flat brush for maximum shine and movement and more straight, smooth look with volume.

• How to roll your round brush and clip hair up to set, to create bounch and volume.

• Brush out and back combing techniques.

Whether you are new talent, an apprentice, or just want to improve your styling game, this core class is a must.

Date: January 14, 2018 10am- 2:30pm

Place: Ceremony Salon  370 East Main St. Suite 170 Carrboro NC

Educator: Rachel Radford @rachelsrad

All hands-on students will be provided with an appropriate live model.

To Bring:

Blowdryer, sectioning clips, tail comb. Brushes will be provided.

Lunch is included! Please advise of any dietary restrictions.



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About Rachel: Rachel Radford began her career in hairdressing in 2005 after a short stint in graphic design. She has had extensive training in razor cutting and advanced styling techniques with industry elites such as Bumble and Bumble, Oribe, and R+Co's Garren and Howard McLaren. She has assisted world-renowned hairdressers Laurent Phillion, James Pecis, Amy Farid, and Rudi Lewis backstage at New York Fashion Week, mentored other hairdressers, and continues to grow her skill set for her loyal clientele. She created Ceremony Education to make continuing hairdressing education more accessible to those who work independently, or work in small salons that are not in big cities. She feels she has been lucky enough to be trained by the best in the industry and feels a responsiblity to share what she’s learned. Her passion for education and her craft is evident in her approachable teaching style.