Milady, a part of Cengage Learning, an educational content, software and services company for the academic, professional and library markets worldwide, and a leading provider of beauty learning solutions, today announced the release of Razor Cutting Online with Nick Arrojo, four all-new online classes available exclusively through MiladyPro, the company’s community for beauty professionals.

Razor Cutting with Nick Arrojo is the first of many classes that will be available to MiladyPro registrants over the coming months. Future classes cover topics such as customer service, marketing techniques, increasing retail and service sales as well as infection control.

Following the success of MiladyPro’s previous generation of online classes, this all new platform offers users multiple methods to learn the techniques that will put more skills at their fingertips and more money in their pockets.  With interactive games and activities, video, audio, text instruction as well as assessment activities to test their learning, beauty professionals will enjoy an engaging learning experience that will exceed their expectations of what an online class can offer. Each class also includes a custom certificate of completion, which can be downloaded and printed to post at their station or share with their manager or owner.

The online classes launch with Razor Cutting with Nick Arrojo. These four classes include Razor Basics, where stylists will learn how to properly handle a razor and three classes focused on different razor haircuts including:

  • One Length Bob with Blunt Bangs
  • Classic Long Layer with Choppy Bangs
  • Bob with Graduation and Side-Swept Bangs

Each class is taught by the master of razor cutting, Nick Arrojo, who brings his unique and remarkable razor cutting skills directly to the beauty professional through videos, step-by-step photo and text instruction.

MiladyPro’s new online classes are available now at MILADYPRO.COM. Additional classes will be released throughout the spring and summer.

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