Afro hair brand Organic SUKU will be educating in Brisbane to help make the hairdressing community more texture-inclusive. The brand will be offering texture education at Ella & Jade salon, through events hosted both this Sunday on October 29, as well as in a workshop on November 19.
On October 29, the team will be providing the first Afro-texture accreditation to attendees, educating across fundamental techniques, style, tools, products and multi-skill level staff engagement, while also sharing insights on social media. The education will be led by Organic SUKU Creative Director Alannah Jade, who will share how this approach, thought process and skill set has impacted her and her team. The looks, education and discourse will be shared on social media, in posts, stories and by going live to delve further into the brand.
On November 19, the brand and salon will host an immersive Look & Learn workshop titled ‘ELEVATE, the salon edition’, which will continue to share insights into Afro-texture education in a six hour session. The brand’s Global Director Chrissy Zemura will educate on Afro-texture fundamentals, including prepping, basin and styling techniques, time-saving detangling techniques and Afro blowdry techniques that maintain the integrity of the hair, to ensure all attendees gain the technical skills and confidence they need to work with textured hair in all forms. Chrissy will also provide an introduction to the SUKU treatment system created to cater to Afro-texture clientele, showcase the necessary product and tool options, discuss finishing Afro-textured hair and highlight image taking and content creation to attain clients.
There will also be a Texture Talk about the future of hair and texture inclusivity, led by Alannah and fellow Organic SUKU Creative Director William Webb.
For more information visit www.organicsuku.com
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