Guide students to become designers who sculpt hair and, before lifting their scissors, know the outcome.Learn More
From roller sets and blow-drying to braiding and backcombing, it’s critical to train students in many techniques.Learn More
It takes care to turn guests with long hair into regular clients. Show students how long hair is done (or undone).Learn More
Alleviate hesitation learners can experience when they study curling, straightening and other texture services.Learn More
Some students will immediately shine in color courses. Harness curiosity and artistry to launch brilliant careers.Learn More
Guys can be great clients for newly licensed pros. Prep them to book and retain this steady business from day one.Learn More
Quick cuts take time to perfect! Show learners how to do popular clipper and shear looks demonstrated at shows.Learn More
Guide students in professional approaches to facial hair and more to craft signature looks,Learn More
Learners will be creating sculptures, using the four basic forms, on all hair types. Help them to deliver a stellar cutting service by starting with the consultation to unveil what clients are looking for. They can then discuss with them the silhouette that will work best with their face shape, the extent of layers that will accommodate their hair texture, the placement of volume to support the look and the maintenance required for different lengths and cuts.
One cut can generate a lot of looks, and that’s where styling starts. As you educate learners, you’ll also coach them in educating clients who are left on their own to recreate the style at home every day. Teaching clients how to change up their look deepens the stylist/client relationship and, with your guidance, learners can begin developing that soft skill while they’re still at the school salon.
Special-occasion styling is a popular specialty for students to consider, but twists, knots, rolls and braids are not the whole long-hair story. Take students through blowouts, trims, loose curls and all the products, tools and design accessories that come into play for clients with long hair. Show them how a long length impacts color and texture services, too.
Managing their texture is often high on the list of problems clients want their stylist to solve, but there’s often confusion surrounding perming and relaxing options. The more students understand about hair texture, the better they’ll be prepared to tackle services that can lock in client loyalty. Discover how to teach Pivot Point’s theory and workshop classes to give students a big advantage in winning today’s clients with a full menu of services.
Understanding the color wheel is the first step to delivering in-demand services like balayage, gray coverage and corrective color. Help learners to see the way color placement aligns with cutting and styling decisions. Be there at the beginning and watch students blossom as you guide them to first visualize and then create unique and exciting color designs.
Give learners a selection of looks that they can grow comfortable achieving for guys. They’ll be able to suggest multiple options and deliver on the choice whether it’s classic or contemporary, trendy and casual or all business. Arm students with fresh ideas but also the freedom to come up with their own concepts. There’s always a new twist to offer guys who are tired of looking the same year to year.
You’ll do students a huge favor by increasing their speed on fades and taper cuts so they can fill holes in their book or take these appointments while someone’s color is processing. Learn Pivot Point’s theories and direction to teach gradation, inclination and comb-control during shear-over-comb, clipper-over-comb, on-the-scalp and other techniques.
Clients are loyal to the pro who makes the professional shave an exceptional experience. Your students will be able to deliver this luxury service with confidence when you expand their understanding of shaving theory and conduct hands-on sessions that give them lots of practice. The flip side of shaving it off is growing out the beard and, again, combining theory and practice will deepen learners’ grasp of beard design. Learn how to assess students’ work and provide feedback that ensures students make a lasting connection to this timeless essential.
Introduce this collection inspired by simpler times: a ’70s palette remixed with modern flair.Learn More
Among students, futuristic looks are always a high point of the curriculum. Teach to their imagination.Learn More
All students, not just those who intend to specialize in men’s styling, need to know how stay updated on looks.Learn More
Inclusivity defines the future of hairdressing. Show students how to look ahead boldly, with creative cut and color.Learn More
Trends have roots that began growing before students were born. Learn how to help them tap into the nostalgia that clients often yearn for—and will pay for. REVIVE looks can help new stylists build a client base quickly, as this collection shows how to adapt retro simplicity to today’s reality. Become familiar with the step-by-step technical workshops, look book, how-to videos and note-taker.
Have fun learning how to direct students to fast-forward creatively. The Humanoid collection blurs the shape of reality by merging clean digital lines with soft styling variations, meshing the influence of artificial intelligence with the human mind to fashion wearable looks. Students will soon learn that today’s clients choose their own reality; Humanoid helps them stay ahead of trends. Guide students through step-by-step technical workshops with look book, videos and note-taker.
Guys often like to stick to favorite looks but appreciate an updated twist. The consultation is so important in drawing out what these clients like and don’t like about their hair, their products and past services. With the Recycle collection, you’ll sharpen students’ cut and color skills, go into consultation language and show students how to present new options for familiar styles. These are the tools to lock in clients who can be very loyal, giving students early success with retention. The lessons use step-by-step technical workshops, client look book, videos and note-taker.
Learning to do all types of hair opens a whole world to students and gives them skills to attract the limitless demographics that build a diverse clientele. Reform’s innovative techniques and strong, sensual looks give femininity a subtle edge of action blended with grace. The step-by-step technical workshops, client look book, videos and note-taker provide a full educational experience.
You have to learn the rules before you can break them. Help students lose the fear of taking risks.Learn More
Our Salonability program teaches real-world looks and the consultation skills students need.Learn More
Year in and year out, long hair stays in fashion—and grows business. Help students deliver on-trend looks.Learn More
Students and clients want to express artistry and independence. The diverse Evocative collection checks this big box with unapologetic, rule-breaking, off-beat looks at the edge of avant-garde styling but still attractive to real clients. The details are explained through step-by-step technical workshops with client look book, videos and note-taker.
Guide students through the process of individualizing looks by starting every client visit with a smart, comprehensive consultation. Once they determine the most realistic options for each client, they practice communicating those choices. This is how they build a loyal client base instead of struggling with unpredictable income that relies on walk-ins. The Cut & Color program teaches them how to design a unique look for each client by identifying personality, hair type and lifestyle. Salonability blends art with real life.
Long hair is a great category for students to achieve their first mastery! SALONABILITY Long Hair sharpens their technique across a wide range of wearable looks, giving them credibility in marketing themselves as a long-hair expert. The course hones their communication skills so they can forge a great rapport with length-loving clients and keep them coming back. Fashion meets function in 12 popular looks with step-by-steps that give insight into artistic styling and business instruction reflecting current best practices.