Close
Industry News

Schwarzkopf Professional Sponsors "Color Bizarre" at Kut Haus Claremont

Anne Moratto | August 11, 2016 | 11:37 AM
Two of the finished looks by Jeffrey Roberts:Smokey Rose Quartz Amethyst and Pastel Sand Art

On July 25th 2016, Schwarzkopf Professional teamed up with Kut Haus Claremont in Claremont, CA to host a color showcase, Color Bizarre.  A gathering for the exchange of philosophies, techniques, and hair painting methods by some of the industry’s most innovative stylists, Color Bizarre was sponsored by Schwarzkopf Professional. 

"Kut Haus has the incredible fortune of housing some of the Inland Empire’s most extraordinary stylists and because of that, we have made it our mission to not only train and dedicate resources to our stylists and staff...but to also give back to our community and industry in new and creative ways," Owner and Founder of Kut Haus Salon, Victor ValVerde says. "We are eternally grateful and honored for Schwarzkopf Professional's involvement in our mission and purpose and for sponsoring the event as there is no way we could have done it without them.  We are extremely excited for future collaborations with Schwarzkopf Professional and can’t wait for what is to come."

The stylists leading the class included  Lisa Hart Walker (@LisaLovesBalayage), Michael Klomsue (@ColorbyMichael), Vena Love (@VenaLove), and Jeffrey Robert (@JeffreyRobert_) who worked  on live models and offered their tips and tricks for the hair color (featuring @SchwarzkopfUSA) which has made them #instafamous.

"I am happy to say our Schwarzkopf Professional hosted event was Kut Haus Salon’s highest attended class, and the vibe was unreal!" Kate Edwards, Schwarzkopf Professional Beauty Sales Consultant says. "All stylists left with a new passion, inspiration, or a new way to insert passion into their clients.  I am honored to be a part of this industry, and extremely excited to continue Schwarzkopf Professional’s relationship with Kut Haus."

 

 

 

 

Facebook Comments

More from Industry News

Load More