Understanding Curly Hair

Description

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

Have you ever looked at a head of curly hair and thought..oh hell no!???? Don't worry, we've all been there, no judgement here! In this class Liz will breakdown all those fears and misconceptions you may have about handling curly hair. Together we will delve into the curly girls world and learn what it is she is looking for and how to deliver it every time. You will learn the types and textures of curly hair and how to begin to identify them. We will explore some of the tools and techniques that are available to you and teach you how to successfully use them to achieve beautiful curls for your clients. Next, we will take a look at the current color trends and you will learn how to make them look good on curly hair. She will teach how to maintain the health of the curl as you go through the lightening process. From hair painting to traditional foiling you will learn how to achieve beautiful colors on a variety of curls! By the end of this class you will have the confidence you need!


Instructor(s)

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Elizabeth Paola

Liz Paola is a native Rhode Islander with over 11 years of experience as a hairstylist, with an expertise in curly hair. Liz is passionate about all aspects of hair and hairstyling. In 2012 Liz was certified by the American Board Certified Haircolorists. For Liz, hairstyling is not just about making a client look good- its about helping her clients understand their hair and the products and techniques available to them so that they can make informed decisions about how to achieve their goals.



Class Outline

Understanding Curly Hair

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