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Remi Cachet Endorse Super Stylists for Training Programmes

by eleanor / last updated October 26, 2021

Hair extensions brand Remi Cachet has announced that it will be endorsing its Super Stylists for training programmes going forward.

With the pandemic putting a stop to the brand’s training, and valuing training in-person, rather than online, the brand looked to their pool of expert extensionists around the UK to offer the highest standards in extension education.

“We are extending our education offering by supporting the growth of our stylists and endorsing their high-level education programs, helping them grow their business, and taking things to the next level.  All courses are assessed and passed by us to ensure the manuals and resources are on par with our brand ethics, as well as who the courses are delivered to.” Victoria Lynch, founder of Remi Cachet.

Where can I have Remi Cachet training?

Teaming up with these experts directly allows stylists easy access to their local training face to face facility.  The first to be announced are below, with more training providers to be announced soon.

  • HK Academy – a partnership between Helen Richard, The Salon Louth and Kathleen Macfarlane, The Extension Rooms, Lincoln.
  • Abigail Nicholls, Exeter former International Educator for Remi Cachet.

 

HK Academy

Venue: In Centre (Louth)

Dates: From January 2022

Courses:

  • 3 days Beginner’s course: for those new to extensions with minimum Level 2 in hairdressing. Modules including consultations and colour matching, the fitting process and how to cut and blend
  • 1 day Refresher course: Develop existing skills or learn a new method for those qualified in extensions and hairdressing

“Our courses have been written and designed by us and we have both been in the industry over 10 years with a huge client base,” say Helen and Kathleen.

“There are hundreds of hair extension courses, some of which are very cheap and apparently can teach numerous methods within a day and to non-hairdressers.  What we want to change was the way the hair extension industry is run and to ensure that our students will leave with full understanding and confidence to be able to start gaining clients immediately,” they added.

“We see a lot of really badly fitted extensions, some of which have ended up resulting in hair loss, bald patches and alopecia. It is always down to how they have fitted the extensions which ultimately is down to how the person has been trained,” they said.

Helen and Kathleen have also created a partnership with the local Grimsby Institute to teach the Level 3 Hairdressing extension module.

Abigail Nicholls

Venue: In Centre (Exeter) or in-salon

Dates: From January 2022

Courses:

  • Foundation Level Mini Locks, Nano Rings, Ultra Tips and Pro Tips
  • Foundation Level Heat Fusion Bonds
  • Foundation Level Tapes
  • Foundation Level Hollywood Weave

“My course focus is on accommodating different learner types, busy lives, and business’ and how to deliver the highest degree of practical skills and underpinning knowledge,” says Abigail.

“My aim is to set the precedent in this level of education within the Hair Extension Industry. This level of Education can’t be delivered in one or two days,” she added. “I want my students to be confident that they have invested in the best education and are certain they are fully qualified and confident to deliver the highest standard of services to their clients due to their exceptional knowledge, skills and understanding.”

Did you miss the HJ x Remi Cachet Hair Extensions Competition 2021 at Salon International? Catch up here and see the winning looks here.

 

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