A new course is at the centre of TONI&GUY’s vibrant 2015 education agenda. Titled Future Foundations, the course will focus on the building blocks of cut and colour that lead to more complex artistic and creative skills.
National Creative Director Katy Reeve was part of the creation of the course in London and will now lead the advanced workshop. She will be joined by 2014 Australian Hair Fashion Awards Creative Colourist of the Year Jack Morton. Senior members of the Australian Artistic Team will orchestrate the beginner format.
The course is comprised of six classic cuts, including two men’s, 14 colours and five blow-dry techniques, over a vast array of lengths and textures. The content ranges from fundamental skills and precision cutting through to TONI&GUY’s more complex and advanced collections such as the Transient Collection and Creative Classics.
“The classics are sometimes misunderstood as the unexciting counterpart of creative techniques,” Jack shared. “The Future Foundations course provides the tools to become a creator, by showing how to approach new sectioning patterns to create modern shapes in an easy to follow structure.”
Future Foundations is one of many enticing classes coming to the TONI&GUY’s 2015 education calendar, sitting alongside a bevy of Avant Garde courses, in salon training and other creative workshops.
The perfect fit for any stylist looking to elevate their skill set in order to facilitate their creativity, Future Foundations is one more inviting option on the already rich TONI&GUY menu.
For more information visit www.toniandguyeducation.com.au