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Top Stylists Teach for Six Week's Program

Lauren Salapatek | July 10, 2011 | 11:49 PM
The L’Oréal Professionnel Soho Academy is taking the brand’s tag “By the World’s Greatest Hairstylists” to a whole new level! Tim Hartley, Vivienne Mackinder, Oscar Blandi, Edward Tricomi, Eva Scrivo and Roy Teeluck have all chosen to partner with L’Oréal Professionnel in facilitating their own classes through the Every Six Weeks program being offered only in 2011.

“We are so proud to be able to offer hairdressers the very best in education and we have the opportunity to step it up even further through this new series,” says Kate Oechsle, Manager, L’Oréal Professionnel, Education. “An opportunity to meet and learn from these iconic designers all under one roof, does not come along often and makes it one of the academy’s can’t-miss events. “

Each one of these designers wants to share, inspire and contribute to the growth and education of other stylists, which is why they chose to teach at the Soho Academy through this program.

“I am thrilled to have been invited for the first time to present my education content at the L’Oreal Academy. I believe that post-graduate education should be a way of life, and a critical part of expanding ones repertoire within the salon. Further education enables you to stay at the top of your craft, especially in these competitive and challenging times. I like to focus on improving the quality of commercial fashion work, while exploring how to push ones creativity to keep the passion alive,” says Vivienne Mackinder.

“In our line of work, education must be a life-long pursuit. Any stylist who stops learning, inadvertently stops caring,” says Eva Scrivo.

“Teaching my area of styling is a way of handing down a craft and an art form – this is my way of taking my years of expertise and educating stylists that haven’t been in the industry for as long,” says Edward Tricomi.

“Showcasing our savoir faire through education allows stylists a point to aspire to and is important to maintain the charm and attraction to the beauty industry,” says Roy Teeluck.

See below for full class listing under the Every Six Week Program:

Eva Scrivo: customizing haircuts with razor and scissors
The combination of razor and scissors creates some of the most beautiful shapes, and allows one to customize haircuts that others cannot emulate. This class redefines the razor and reveals its potential by teaching basic to advanced razor cutting techniques and dispelling the myths and common misconceptions about this tool.
Mar 6-7

Edward Tricomi: dry cutting
Famed hair stylist, Edward Tricomi shares the secrets behind his signature hairstyling method–the dry cut. Learn how to recreate Tricomi looks for your own clients with this comprehensive hair-cutting workshop. He will share insider information, from finding inspiration in the fashion world and touching upon how he got started. Learn how to recreate the hottest new special-occasion looks, from wedding elegance, to fun, fresh nighttime glamor. Tricomi will break down each style for easy step-by-step recreation.
April 17-18

Tim Hartley: The experiences of a Creative Pioneer
Hartley has carved out a fresh perspective on thought provoking education and inspiration in hair, applying his enduring talents and innate gift for blurring the boundaries between hair and fashion, to stage shows, seminars and intimate workshops. He has made architecturally inspired and fashion informed hair his trademark, founding a company that allows him to focus solely on the creative process. “I blend my unique precision cutting techniques with traditional methods for shaping and dressing hair which allows me to combine the wearable with the avant garde in a way that is totally fresh and new.”
June 5-6, Oct 23-24

Vivienne Mackinder: the union of editorial cuts and styling; fashion that stands out while fitting in Vivienne Mackinder and her Art team members of Hair Designer TV, Will teach the Art of Precision and abstract razor cutting, as well as editorial styling and dress work. Be prepared to create simple editorial styles to take your clients from day to night, so you can give long hair clients something beyond a round brush blow dry. Also learn about the seven principles of razor cutting and how to editorialize cuts into waves and bouffant.
Aug. 28-29

Roy Teeluck: simple, beautiful and effective design
Join Roy Teeluck from the renowned Roy Teeluck Salon in NYC, as he demonstrates an accumulation of methods/techniques that have been abbreviated to assure simple teachings and stylish results. It is an exciting way to work, knowing that your vision can be realized. Knowing what you want to accomplish and how to execute is half the success.
Oct. 2-3

Oscar Blandi:
structured elegance
Oscar Blandi has built his reputation as one of the most sought-after hairdressers in New York and Hollywood. His loyal celebrity clients include, Jennifer Garner, Jessica Alba, Jessica Biel, Faith Hill and Kelly Ripa. Blandi’s styles reflects a simple wash and wear versatility that can transition from day to night and editorial to red carpet. His approach to hair is clean, simple, sophisticated with structured elegance. In this demonstration and hands-on workshop, each stylist will experience Blandi’s unique techniques to create "Oscar-worthy" hair.
Nov 6-7

To sign-up for classes of the Every Six Weeks program at the L’Oréal Professionnel Soho Academy, please e-mail [email protected] or call 866.sohonyc.

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