Forget the Hype! Let’s Get Real


Day 1 (9:30 - 11:00)
Day 1 (2:00 - 3:30)
Day 2 (11:00 - 12:30)
Day 2 (3:30 - 5:00)

  • Whats really important when coloring hair?
  • Ingredients, Formulation and Effect
  • Tom will explain why the better the ingredients, the healthier the hair.
  • The better the formula, the longer lasting the color.
  • How does the product really effect the hair?
  • Learn more in one hour and a half class than ever before.
  • Do Reds, Blondes, Brunettes and Gray coverage better than ever before!


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Tom Dispenza

Colorists travel from all over the world to learn from him. He is regarded as one of the leading haircolorists in the United States. He is Tom Dispenza and his wealth of knowledge and experience with haircoloring techniques has earned him recognition on four continents as a true Mastercolorist.

Tom is also the President of Worldwide Haircolorists Association, President of Chromastics Inc. and retired Worldwide Senior Manager at Clairol. Maybe you have seen him work his hair coloring magic on the Oprah Winfrey Show, The Today Show or Good Morning America.

But just what is his secret to creating amazing haircolors? Tom explains it this way: “Knowing how the products work is one of the most important aspects of coloring hair. There’s an entire world of coloring information and techniques that most haircolorists never experience.”

Most women today have too much work done to their hair. Color should be kept simple yet elegant. Highlights should always be chosen to compliment the natural haircolor and gray hair should always be softly covered to enhance skin tone and eye color.

Class Outline

Forget the Hype! Let’s Get Real

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