The tagline says it all: 100% hairdresser. The TONI&GUY Academy have launched their 2015 calendar with a focus on providing world leading education for all hairdressers. Kicking off a rich schedule of events with a new course entitled Future Foundations, the brand is inviting all members of the hairdressing industry to re-visit the building blocks of cut and colour techniques that support true innovation and artistic ingenuity.
Having been flown to London to be part of the Future Foundation course creation, National Creative Director Katy Reeve is joined by 2014 AHFA Creative Colourist of the Year Jack Morton, to lead the advanced workshop, whilst senior members of the Australian Artistic Team will orchestrate the beginner format. Responsible for the creation of the 3-Step Colour Graduation, Morton explains the importance of re-visiting core hairdressing techniques as a definitive Creative Artist: “ The classics are sometimes misunderstood as the unexciting counterpart of creative techniques. 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 Foundation comprises of 16 classic cuts, including two men’s, 14 colours and five blow-dry techniques. The content covers all lengths and textures, providing clear cues for personalization to cater for all client needs. Its approach, such as Fundamentals and Precision, through to the signature Transient Collection and on to the newly added Creative Classics, the Future Foundation course showcases the backbone upon which the reputable skill set of the TONI&GUY brand was built and provides a brilliant refresher for all hairdressers who maintain precision as a pre-requisite for creative hairdressing.
Alongside Future Foundations, popular classes return to the 2015 schedule including The Modern Pompadour and Avant Garde courses. The full calendar of events is detailed at www.toniandguyeducation.com.au. In-salon training is also available, POA.