Pivot Point Video Presented at 2020 AACS Annual Convention (virtual)Play Video
The Pivot Point / Intercoiffure Nouveau Student Awards for TexturePlay Video
Why Texture is Important to them as Future Beauty ProfessionalsPlay Video
Markel Artwell, Senior Education Development SpecialistPlay Video
Jason Russell, Product Experience Senior ManagerPlay Video
Unite As One Coalition Cultural Intelligence Committee Interview with Robert PassagePlay Video
A documentary on the life and times of Pivot Point founder, Leo Passage. (Run Time: 1 hour & 29 minutes)Play Video
Pivot Point was recently honored by the Loyola University for our ongoing commitment to social responsibility.Play Video
Pivot Point continues our commitment to a more equitable world by providing tools and inspiration to support diversity and inclusion across our industry. These include an industry-specific DEI-B (diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging) guide for beauty schools, special mannequins to help beauty schools more effectively teach texture, adding additional texture content to our learning platform and launching a competition that gives students and their instructors professional industry recognition for their texture designs.
The cultivation of diversity, inclusion, and equity in the beauty and wellness industry starts in the classroom. How an instructor teaches a class is important and influences how well students absorb these concepts. It’s also important to have the proper educational resources to drive those points home. Pivot Point is committed to recognizing and supporting diversity in our industry by providing the tools necessary to do so.
“At Pivot Point, we stand for justice, equality and fair and respectful treatment of all people. Doing what’s right and making a difference are central to our core values. Accordingly, we will do everything we can to foster social change. From our earliest days, Pivot Point has striven to keep our eyes, ears and hearts open to the needs and wants of communities of color around the world. We recognize the contributions these communities have made to the beauty industry and believe our industry is better because of them.” — Robert Passage