When you look amazing, you feel like a queen. Fact. As hairdressers, this unique power is in your hands. You’re the Queenmakers who can transform us mere mortals who come to sit on your throne. For 2019, ghd has devised a fantastic education programme that’ll arm you with the with the skills and techniques to rule the world. Bring it on!
There is no denying ghd has one helluva lineup of expert artists, so let’s face it, it’s not a question of which course you will take? more a deliberation over which one you won’t. From the latest techniques and tricks to perfecting your shoots and improve social media, there’s something for everyone and all levels. Here’s our pick of the crop…
The Advanced Edit: The Cool Huntress
Educator: ghd UK brand ambassador Zoë Irwin
Level: Intermediate to advanced, with an interest in session hair
Trends are big business, and a powerful way to make your salon stand outfrom the competition. If you’re interested in session hair, they’re essential. Trends are the cornerstone of inspiring creative work that resonates in the real world, making this workshop a must-have for budding session artists. In this seminar, ghd UK brand ambassador Zoë Irwin will show you how to look beyond fashion to get inspired and turn your trends into hair concepts that stand out and make a statement.
The session covers:
- Expert insight into how, why and when trends emerge
- Where to source trends beyond the runway
- Developing your creativity to stay ahead and stand out
The Social Edit
Educator: ghd Creative Artist Samantha Cusick Level: Beginner to intermediate on social media
Social media has gone from a place to share snaps with your friends to an essential tool for any serious salon business. Get it right, and the clients, exposure and opportunities will follow. In this seminar, ghd expert Samantha Cusick will show you how her salon built a dedicated following of over 75,000 people, and how this grew her IRL business at the same time. She’ll share her insight, as well as the dos and don’ts of a successful salon social media strategy.
The session covers:
- Developing your salon identity
- Finding and growing your community
- Taking the perfect pictures
- Strategies and techniques for success – like when to post for best results and how to hashtag like a pro.
Hand’s up who wants to be a #queenmaker. Err, we do!
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