Hands-On ABCH Performance Exam**

Description

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

This class is perfect for those getting ready to take the American Board of Certified Haircolorists exam. After studying Chapters 9 and 10 of the study portfolio, take this class to perfect the techniques you may be asked to perform at your exam. After a thorough explanation of what to expect during the Performance segment of your exam and a demonstration, you will get to practice hands on with some of the top evaluators from the ABCH. Medium weave, fine slice, Tone on Tone, Grey reduction, Bleach Retouch, High/Low-lighting, and Reverse Highlighting will all be explained and practiced. All supplies will be furnished but you are welcome to bring your favorite tail comb and clips.

A discounted $45.00 charge will be assessed for the specially designed mannequin which you may take with you at the conclusion of class. Live bleach and color and all necessary tools will be furnished.


Instructor(s)

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Tamara Dahill

Tamara Dahill is a successful salon owner in Toluca Lake, California and the Vice President of the ABCH. She is in charge of training the evaluators and has numerous evaluations under her belt. She is well aware of what it takes to pass the ABCH performance portion of the certification examination. Allow her to take you step by step through the process so you will be better prepared when taking the certification examination. If you have any plans on taking the examination, you will want to take this class.



Class Outline

Hands-On ABCH Performance Exam**

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