The course consisted of 4 stages and has be passed by some of our industries most talented colourists. People who as a hairdresser have inspired me and I have looked up to. The course consisted of many different aspects, some of which where more difficult and mind challenging than I thought. We had some great guest artist including possibly two of my favourite people Luke Benson and Abbie Smith who where both from D&J Ambrose. On this day we learnt so much about free hand colouring and and being a bit more freehand with hand painting techniques I think this was my favourite part of the course.
As the course progressed I became much more understanding of things, not sure why as I have always been confident but something just clicked felt like my whole colouring world as I knew it had been put through a washing machine and out came this ball of knowledge.
So the 4th stage came the dreaded head block challenge…. argh I had been worrying about this stage since starting I had to pass… this was not an option. The challenge consisted of getting a dolls head which is split into quarters with 4 different tones (black green orange and blonde) to a natural shade of 6/0 which sounds easy but I guess it wouldn’t be the final exam if it was that easy. I spent two days working on this and was absolutely over the moon to have passed with a great score of 88% but most of all I had great feed back from the course leaders. This will help so much with so many future things I want to do and I would recommend any one who loves hair colour to do this course
Thank you kel for putting me through it… amazing achievement!