Inspiration to Fabrication


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

Explore the world of creativity. Discover what's your Inspiration to Fabrication. How to express it through the art of hair and learning how to take your skills and apply them to create collections for personal or salon promotion. As well as NAHA and other competitions. Hair art is a creative expression used in a therapeutic technique and is a true expression of our passion for hair. Be inspired and get inspired to push the limits!


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Palma N'Sheluvzit

Palma N'Sheluvzit is an award winning acclaimed hair designer from Toronto, Canada. Throughout her career in the industry, she has proven to be dedicated to her trade by excelling in all aspects of hair art designs. Her techniques and style have been recognized throughout North America; with a North American Hairstyling Award (NAHA) and Contessa Award nominations in 2011. To date, Palma is the winner of the 2016 Contessa Avant Garde Hairstylist of the year, also the 2012 Contessa Avant Garde winner. As well as Nominated for a 2015 NAHA Award in the category of Editorial Hairstylist of the year. Her work has appeared in publications world wide such as. IDOLL Magazine, Salon Magazine, SELF Magazine, ELLE Magazine, EncoreHD Hair Magazine, just to name a few, as well as her work has graced the cover of Borealis Magazine. She maintains a large client list and operates her own business; she travels extensively throughout the United States and Canada as an expert and educator who shows enthusiasm and drive for what she loves most; HAIR! Palma is a proud daughter of a barber who is an accomplished designer and has passion for her ever-growing career!

Class Outline

Inspiration to Fabrication

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