The Marriage of Color and Cut**

Description

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

This hands-on class will give you the step by step knowledge of how to design a haircolor and haircut to work together in Synergy. Franco Marino, ABCH, will teach you a full hair cut and color technique during this three hour class. Franco is continuously recognized for breaking new frontiers in our industry. As the founder and master educator at the Westchester Hair Academy in Pleasantville NY, Franco teaches the ability to visualize and put into action how your finished look will be affected and enhanced by the color placement and the cut that goes with that color. At the end of this class you will walk away with a clearer and more complete understanding of how the mechanics of haircutting and the creativity of haircolor placement can take your work to a higher level. The three hours will be over so fast and you will leave wanting more.

There is a $45.00 surcharge for the mannequin in this class. YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO BRING 2 PAIR OF SHEARS FOR THIS CLASS (REGULAR AND THINNING), HAIRCUTTING COMBS & CLIPS. All other haircoloring equipment and product will be furnished.


Instructor(s)

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Franco Marino

Franco Marino started his training at an early age of 8 years old in Italy at his father’s barber shop, came to the states at age 16 and continued his education with the Vidal Sassoon schooling. After spending 10 years doing haircuts only in salons around Manhattan and Westchester County, hair color became his passion. Today he is a master and innovator in color, cutting and styling techniques. Educator, founder, inventor, trend maker, innovator... Marino is always looking at the next step to stay on top of his game. His latest creation Magna Shears and Maglets under the umbrella of Westchester Hair Academy Tools and Education for the Creative Professional take the hair artist to a higher skill level.



Class Outline

The Marriage of Color and Cut**

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