Framing the Face with Haircolor

Description

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

The ability to understand lights and shadows and how this simple concept will lay the groundwork for successful haircoloring. This is just one of many concepts Roy will cover in his astounding classes. Becoming a topnotch haircolorist requires you know the colors you are working with and how they will affect the face shape when applied properly. Haircolor is much more than mixing and applying a haircolor to your client, we are basically problem solvers, and the interaction with clients relies heavily on your communication skills. Roy is a master of conveying information to his audience. His classes are always fabulous. Don’t miss Roy Peters!


Instructor(s)

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Roy Peters

Roy Peters is a man of diverse accomplishments. Roy’s involvement in movies, television, fashion and photography coupled with his philosophic humor led him towards international acclaim as an educator. He is the recipient of numerous awards including the 2008 Andy award presented at the Energizing Summit. His contributions to the haircolor industry have been validated by Modern Salon Magazine when he was named as one of the 75 most influential educators in America. Roy is celebrating 38 years of continuous platform work. He has expanded his teaching to include all phases of haircoloring. His message is “Earn a better living and live a better life.” He is devoted to the elevation of professional haircoloring. He is currently the education Director of Kuene Hair Cosmetics.



Class Outline

Framing the Face with Haircolor

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