piiq Digital, the innovative salon mirror that gathers, stores and elevates client innovation for truly futuritstic service, is hosting a Magic Monday education event, with such illustrious names as Philip Barwick, Kobi Bokshish, Jake Williams, Tiffany Decaux and Kristina Russell sharing the stage.
Built on the idea of the art of transformation, these five elite artists will showcase their skill and talent by truly transforming models, as well as sharing tips, tricks, formulae, technique, trends and inspiration in a hybrid, one-off, multidimensional event.
You can save the date of May 10, where the event will take place from 6pm to 7:20pm, to be streamed live online and with limited spots available in-person as well. The live component will take place at Sarah Cottier Gallery in Paddington, NSW.
If you somehow need an introduction to these famous industry names, allow us to introduce you.
Philip Barwick is the leader of Sydney salon Muse Hairdressing, with a long career in hairdressing, particularly in his passions of precision cutting, session styling, education, training and people. He has a multitude of awards in education, state accolades and Australian Hairdresser of the Year wins. He is also renowned as a leading hair director and session stylist at Australian Fashion Week, New York Fashion Week and Singapore Fashion Festival, and is a freelance editorial, advertising and runway hairdresser, alongside his salon work. As a global hair educator he is a Redken Exchange Artist and has presented at Redken Symposium and the International RAC, and he is currently the Artistic Director for Redken Australia.
Kobi Bokshish is a hairdresser, platform artist and Matrix Australia design team member and the brand’s creative director. As the pioneer of Intershape salon and with numerous state, national and global awards on his mantle, Kobi is well-known for his salon and editorial work. Over a two-decade career, which began in the Israeli army, Kobi has championed artistry, professionalism and hard work in his own work and in his extensive education.
Jake Williams has been hairdressing for over ten years, initially working with innovative salon Fabrik Hair and hairdressing figure Darcy Stratford. He has specialised in hair extensions and assisted the Aveda Global Creative Team headed by Antoinette Beenders, sparking his creative intrigue. His credits include his work with the Stevie English Hair team, his role as a presenter at Hair Expo, working with Showpony hair extensions as an educator and work with the Edwards and Co team, as well as industry award nods to his name.
Tiffany Decaux is well-known for her work at the famous Boris the Cuttery salon in Adelaide, during which time she has won the title of South Australian Hairdresser of the Year in 2016 and was a part of the 2018 FAME Team, which further ignited her passion for the industry. Tiffany is a true innovator, with unique artistic ideas, and is proudly part of the L’Oréal Professionnel education team, which allows her to express this creativity.
Kristina Russell has been a leading hair educator for more than two decades, and now works as an independent educator after years of working with illustrious brands. Kristina has built her own education program to teach hairdressers at an elite level, and is also known as a red hair expert, having authored the book ‘The Ultimate Guide to Hair-Painting for Redheads’. Kristina further excels in blonde and pastel hair and has been named Australian Hair Expo Colour Technician of the Year, as well as being a current Australian Hair Industry Awards finalist in the category of Best Independent Educator of the Year. Importantly, she is also an Australian Ambassador for the Dresscode Project, teaching inclusivity for LGBTQI+ clients by hairdressers how to offer gender-free hair services.
Get to know these wonderful talents in person or online as they offer inimitable education.
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