Having spent the year perfecting their colour skills and creating incredible colour imagery, members of the Colour Project 2019 made a final stop at boutique salon Rose & Wild for a mentoring session with the ‘queen of consumer colour’ Siobhan Jones.
The session focused on giving the team tips on how to build their own brand, colouring style and social media direction, as well teaching how to spot key trends that work for them. Kicking off the session, Siobhan and balayage artist Emilie Fitte showcased some pastelage techniques, while sharing insights into how they stay true to the salon brand when colouring hair and building its instagram account.
Rose & Wild style
The colour duo then demonstrated how they achieve the perfect insta hair image for their small Kings Road salon. The day finished with presentations from the Colour Project team on their proposed brand direction. And some celebratory Rose & Wild style fizz, obvs.
The best tip from the day has got to be to only focus your energy on trends that are best suited to you and your brand and not to be overwhelmed by the overload of
trends and information on the internet and social media. Boom!
For more hair news, trends and inspiration, click HERE.
Respect is a hub for UK hairdressers of all ages and stages to find out what We Love, We Hearand We Seeas the best product launches, styling advice, hairtools, education training and seminars and hairshows! Sign up to our newsletter which is sent fortnightly direct to your email, so you stay up-to-date with salon styling information, trends in session work, advice on presenting on stage or progress in educating – whatever your interest, whether you’re a trainee or creative director, an educator or team leader, you’ll find all the opportunities and ideas on www.respectyou.me
We love hairdressing; we see and we hear how you can become the best hairdresser, colourist and salon owner possible. Contact us if you’d like to know more about us. If it’s worth talking about, you’ll read it here.