Bridging the Texture Divide

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)

This class will present the facts that help dispel the myths and take away the fear of coloring and maintaining healthy hair with beautiful color on differing Hair Types & Textures.

The Global Textures Chart (GTC) helps to liberally categorize hair types from 1A- 4C. Understanding this chart represents major building blocks for stylists to build a bridge across the texture divide.

Kevin uses the GTC, along with ABCH color principles, and the understanding of color rules & tools when working with diverse hair types and textures to teach this class. You will quickly realize these components allow you to create beautiful healthy color regardless of the client's texture, type, or ethnic background.


Instructor(s)

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Kevin White

Kevin Anthony White is a Licensed Master Barber/ Stylist and ABCH (American Board Certified Hair Colorist) with over 20 years of experience in professional hair care. He is a salon owner and International Technical Consultant for Avlon Industries (www.avlon.com), learning the chemistry of hair care under legendary Master Chemist Dr. Ali N Syed. Kevin teaches the science of healthy hair care, leads product launches, teaches product knowledge, and professional techniques in the United States, Caribbean, & South America.

He has held key positions with several national beauty industry associations. His continuing education and recognition awards speak to his commitment and dedication to healthy hair care. He is dedicated to uplifting the professional standards in the Beauty Industry. An accomplished Leader, Kevin Anthony is a mentor to local and International Stylist.



Class Outline

Bridging the Texture Divide

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