This is Why Wella Professionals Colour Masterclass is a Must-Attend Course

by laurahusband / last updated January 23, 2020

Wella Professional Colour Masterclass

Clayde Baumann from D&J Ambrose shares why Wella Professionals Colour Masterclass is a must-attend course of 2020 and advice on how to run a successful colour business.

The Wella Professionals Colour Masterclass course:

Wella Professionals Colour Masterclass is a one-day course delivered by guest artists including myself. It explores the world of editorial colour and fashion-led techniques, which are so important for developing your colour business. This is the ideal course for getting inside tips and advice for insta-ready hair.

Why is it special?

I love this course because it is incredibly relevant to colourists who perhaps need a burst of inspiration. If you’re confident in your technical ability but would benefit from a deeper understanding on the creative techniques that are used in fashion and in competition work – this is for you.

Why now?

There are guests artists leading the course and the line-up is incredible. It includes artists from HOB Academy, Sassoon Academy, TONI&GUY, Karbon Kyd and Hair by Mane.

What’s the secret to running a successful colour business?

I’m always working on developing new techniques and creating new colours. We get clear colour swatches and then we create bespoke formulas. We get together as an art team and create look books which make great conversation starters. Having advanced knowledge is essential for this.

Clayde’s Insider Colour Tips:

  1. Do a lot of continuous research. I draw inspiration from the Pantone colour institute. Colour Masterclass is a great course for helping you look outside the hairdressing industry for inspiration. It gives you technical and inspirational advice.
  2. Remember to have faith and confidence in yourself need as this will help you to drive your colour business to the next level.
  3. Avoid losing loyal clients because of a misunderstanding by taking the time to have a thorough consultation. This is critical and contributes to a great colour business.

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