Mastering Undertones

Description

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

Mastering undertones is having the ability to predict what the outcome of the color will be, based on the natural haircolor. This class will teach you how you can confidently use the Natural Haircolor Categories to predict the outcome of a haircolor. The haircolor in the tube or bottle is a constant. The only thing that changes are undertones, and they are based on your client's parentage and the colors the hair has gone through while growing up. You will learn to use the client consultation swatch chart and you will come away from this class with the ability to better anticipate the final color result. This is a class for the newer haircolorist and anyone seeking to become an American Board Certified Haircolorist.


Instructor(s)

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Courtney von Berg

Courtney von Berg is a Board Certified Haircolorist as well as an Evaluator for the ABCH. She is a creative Director with the R & Co Salons in Knoxville, Tennessee and a National Artist for Keune Haircosmetics. Courtney believes the fundamentals of haircolor are a driving force for artistic expression. Her passion for haircolor is contagious and inspiring in the classroom or on stage. With over 2 decades in the salon, Courtney's salon savvy approach and skills inspire stylists to reach a new level of artistic expression with the sustainable knowledge to be successful throughout their careers.



Class Outline

Mastering Undertones

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