L’Oréal Access: March 2022

Ellie L’Oréal Professionnel

How confident are you with blonding? Need a confidence boost when it comes to French balayage? Or perhaps you’re someone who fears the backwash and could do with refreshing your toning skills. Never fear, L’Oréal Access has you covered as they introduce new online and IRL seminars to get your knowledge back up to scratch.

L’Oréal Access – online

New live webinars are dropping on Access next week. Save the date and join the 30 minute live session to refresh your colour skills. 

French balayage: shadowing techniques
22nd March, 10am
Look and learn on how to add depth and dimension to blonde hair.

Toner trouble shooting

22nd March, 1pm
Banish those backwash butterflies and understand how to create the perfect tone every time.

In case you missed it, 15 new tutorials have been added to Access since January 2022 including: how to do balayage using babylights anyhow to cut a one length bob. You can discover all 15 tutorials for free. It’s time to really hone in on some education.

Academy courses

If you’re a practical learner and prefer face-to-face learning the academy courses are ideal. Let’s take a look at what’s on:

Blonde keys

This 2-day practical course is all about the science of taking your clients lighter.  Perfect for colourists who want to refine and practise their lightening skills and tackle bleach scenarios with confidence.

Contact your local L’Oréal Academy to enrol 

Foiling: your foundation skills

Learn when, why and how to use different techniques from highlights, babylights, weaves, slices and textured weaves. This course covers application to sectioning patterns, foil and Easi Mèche.

Manchester Academy: 7/4/2022, 12/5/2022 • London Academy: 3/5/2022, 31/5/22 • Andrew Mulvenna: 3/5/2022 • Charlie Miller Academy: 4/4/2022 • Dublin Academy: 22/3/2022

Plus there are a number of one day practical courses available across each of the L’Oréal Academies such as:

  • Caring and styling curls & coils with Abigail Butler
  • Systematic balayage with Siobhan Jones
  • Finding your brand – hair identity with Matthew Sutcliffe

For more of the latest news from L’Oréal Professional, click HERE.

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