Bleach vs Highlift

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)

Do you know when to bust out the Bleach or the Highlift color? Understand the results of what and when to use Bleach and when to use Highlift color. Both products are great and give different results. Find out which one works best for your needs of your clients. The purpose of this class is to help people to understand when to use bleach, when to use highlift color, and how do these products work with the hair and its structure. Explore in depth how both products affect the hair and why they give the results that they do.


Instructor(s)

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Stephen Adams

Stephen Adams is a positive and innovative problem solver, who has participated in many aspects within the beauty industry for the last 25 years. Through out the years he has been inspired deeply by the cultures of his surroundings. Art, humor, and clothing styles kindle his imagination and helps him see the world in a different aspect of texture, density, color and movement. Stephen has and remains in all aspects of this industry including salon owner, educator, and artistic leader at Moxie Hair Salon. Stephen founded Moxie Hair Salon in Minneapolis in 1999 and opened a second location in St. Paul in 2005. These Salons have developed a reputation as one of the most popular top end salons in the Twin Cities. In 2012 He started a distribution center of tools for hairdressers. and in 2014 He joined and co formed the BCEAssociation, a not for profit education association for beauty industry in the state of Minnesota. His commitment to education, community, and his industry is what pushes him to be the best of his abilities. His growing national reputation stems from his work as a platform artist for companies such as Aveda, JohnPaul Mitchell Systems, and ARROJO.



Class Outline

Bleach vs Highlift

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