Day 01 – Morning

Milady Ch. 14

Self-Study and Work Sheet

Demo: How to hold and palming shears with comb
Student: Practice handling shears.

Demo: Palm to Palm and Palm to Knuckle
Student practice (handling) Practice all motions (NO cutting) 

Day 01 – Afternoon

+45 Closed

Self-Study and Work Sheet

Demo: +90 Neutral haircut
Student practice Ergonomics & Posture

Theory:

Practical Skills:
Hair cut on Graveyard Manikins, Flat brushing,Shampooing,

Day 02 – Morning

Milady Ch. 16

Self-Study and Work Sheet

Demo: Point cutting +90 haircut
Student practice Ergonomics & Posture
Style: Flat brush

Day 02 – Afternoon

+45 Closed

Demo: Point cutting +90 haircut
Student practice Ergonomics & Posture. Introduction to Feather razor, Point cutting and Trimmer

Style: Small Round  brush

Theory:

Practical Skills:
Hair cut on Graveyard Manikins, Flat brushing, Shampooing,

Day 03 – Morning

+90 Closed

Demo: +90 and 45 Closed haircut (long layer)
Student practice: Shampoo/condition & haircut Using own manikin
Style: Flat brush

Day 03 – Afternoon

+90 Closed

 +90 Closed haircut (long layer)
Demo: Repeat
Student practice: Shampoo/condition
Find part Haircut Balance fringe, face framing
Style: Flat brush Personalize: texture
Style: Large Round brush

Theory:

Practical Skills:
Using own manikin, Balance fringe, face framing

Day 04 – Morning

+90 Open

Demo: +90 and 45 Closed haircut (long layer)
Student practice: Shampoo/condition & haircut Using own manikin
Style: Flat brush

Day 03 – Afternoon

+135 Closed

 +90 and 45 Closed haircut (long layer)
Demo: Repeat
Student practice: Shampoo/condition
Find part Haircut Balance fringe, face framing
Style: Flat brush Personalize: texture
Style: Large Round brush

Theory:

Practical Skills:
Using own manikin, Balance fringe, face framing

Day 05 – Morning

+135 Open

Demo: +90 and 45 Closed haircut (long layer)
Student practice: Shampoo/condition & haircut Using own manikin
Style: Flat brush

Day 05 – Afternoon

-135 Closed

Demo: -135 Closed haircut (long Graduation), Neutral Base line, Comb Tension 
Student practice: Shampoo/condition & haircut Using own manikin
Style: Lg Round brush

Theory:

Practical Skills:
Using own manikin, Balance fringe, face framing

Day 06 – Morning

-135 Closed

Demo: -135 Closed haircut (long Graduation), Neutral Base line, Comb Tension -> Finger Tension
Student practice: Shampoo/condition & haircut Using own manikin
Style: Lg Round brush

Day 06 – Afternoon

-135 Open

Demo: -135 Open haircut (long Graduation), Neutral Base line, Comb Tension -> Finger Tension
Student practice: Shampoo/condition & haircut Using own manikin
Style: Lg Round brush

Theory:

Practical Skills:
Using own manikin, Balance fringe, face framing

Day 07 – Morning

-135 Open

Demo: -135 Open haircut (long Graduation), Diagonal Forward
Base line, Comb Tension -> Finger Tension
Student practice: Shampoo/condition & haircut Using own manikin
Style: Lg Round brush

Day 07 – Afternoon

-135 Open

Demo: -135 Open haircut (Med Graduation), Diagonal Forward

Base line, Comb Tension -> Finger Tension -> Natural Head Elevation
Student practice: Shampoo/condition & haircut Using own manikin
Style: Lg Round brush

Theory:
ETOE, Natural Head Elevation/Find the Light
Practical Skills:
Using own manikin, Balance fringe, face framing

Day 08 – Morning

-135 Closed

Demo: -135 Closed haircut (Med Graduation), Diagonal Forward

Base line, Comb Tension -> Finger Tension -> Natural Head Elevation
Student practice: Shampoo/condition & haircut Using own manikin
Style: Curling Iron

Day 08 – Afternoon

-135 Open

Demo: -135 Open haircut (Med Graduation), Diagonal Forward

Base line, Comb Tension -> Finger Tension -> Natural Head Elevation
Student practice: Shampoo/condition & haircut Using own manikin
Style: Curling Iron

Theory:
ETOE, Natural Head Elevation/Find the Light
Practical Skills:
Using own manikin, Balance fringe, face framing

Day 09 – Morning

-45 Closed

Demo: -45 Open haircut (Med Graduation), Vertical Slices,  Finger Tension

Student practice: Shampoo/condition & haircut Using own manikin
Style: Flat Iron

Day 09 – Afternoon

-45 Open

Demo: -45 Open haircut (Med Graduation), Vertical Slices,  Finger Tension

Student practice: Shampoo/condition & haircut Using own manikin
Style: Flat Iron

 

Theory:
ETOE, Natural Head Elevation/Find the Light
Practical Skills:
Using own manikin, Graduated Bob/Layered Bob

Day 10 – Morning

180 Closed

Demo: 180 closed haircut (Short Graduation/Wedge), Diagonal Back Base line/Lip, Jaw bone, Mastoid. Comb Tension. ABA Cutting Diagrams page# 18-24
Student practice: Shampoo/condition & haircut Using own manikin
Style: Med Round brush

Day 10 – Afternoon

180 Open

 Demo: 180 open haircut (Short Graduation/Wedge), Diagonal Back Base line/Nose,Cheek,Lower ear lob, Comb Tension -> Finger Tension -> Natural head Elevation
Student practice: Shampoo/condition & haircut Using own manikin
Style: Small Round brush or Curling Iron

 

Theory:
ETOE, Natural Head Elevation/Find the Light
Practical Skills:
Wedge, Firefly, Gigi

Day 11 – Morning

Zero Neutral/Neutral

Demo: 0 Open haircut (Short Round Layered/Short Round Graduation), Neutral – Neutral Radial Sections
Student practice: Shampoo/condition & haircut Using own manikin
Style: Small Round brush

Day 11 – Afternoon

Zero Open Neutral/Neutral

Demo: 0 Open haircut (Short Round Layered/Short Round Graduation), Neutral – Neutral Vertical Sections
Student practice: Shampoo/condition & haircut Using own manikin
Style: Small Round brush

 

Theory:
Certifical (ie Skills Practical)
Practical Skills:
Using own manikin, Balance fringe, face framing

Day 12 – Morning

180 Closed

Demo: 180 closed haircut (Short Graduation/Wedge), Diagonal Back Base line/Lip, Jaw bone, Mastoid. Comb Tension. ABA Cutting Diagrams page# 18-24
Student practice: Shampoo/condition & haircut Using own manikin
Style: Med Round brush

Day 12 – Afternoon

180 Open

 Demo: 180 open haircut (Short Graduation/Wedge), Diagonal Back Base line/Nose,Cheek,Lower ear lob, Comb Tension -> Finger Tension -> Natural head Elevation
Student practice: Shampoo/condition & haircut Using own manikin
Style: Small Round brush or Curling Iron

 

Theory:
ETOE, Natural Head Elevation/Find the Light
Practical Skills:
Using own manikin, Balance fringe, face framing

Nieves Almaraz

Owner of Jacob’s Barber Shop Inc. and educational brand how to Fade Hair Inc., Prominent hair artist, Business owner and educator. Licensed in both cosmetology and barbering, Nieves is recognized for his advanced yet simplified clipper cutting techniques, such as Chicago graphic hair design – also known as hair tattoos – in addition to his blending and fade techniques. Nieves is, also, proud to be a part of Wahl Education & Artistic Team. YouTube Channel, InstaGram , Facebook and www

 

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Toni and Guy

A celebrated hairdresser himself, Francesco Mascolo had taught all of his sons to cut hair from an early age and despite Toni’s interest in academic studies and a desire to pursue a career in law, his move to London put an end to that dream and Toni began working as his father’s assistant in a busy London salon.

Toni soon realised how much he enjoyed working as a hairdresser and continued to work alongside his father building a large clientele at Viccari’s salon in Cox Street, Mayfair. When this salon was sold, Francesco secured a place at the award-winning Renato’s in Dover Street, where Guy his younger son joined him to fulfill his apprenticeship.

Following three days of unemployment (the only such period in his lifetime), a young Toni Mascolo grew a moustache to create a more ‘mature’ appearance and became the manager of South London salon, Gerard’s, at just 16. Always keen to better himself, it wasn’t long before Toni moved back to Victoria Street, near Westminster, enjoying a high profile clientele and working gruelling fourteen-hour-long days in an effort to save enough money to buy his mother a house of her own. Meanwhile, Guy moved back to South London where his talent saw him headhunted to join busy Clapham salon, Cecile Moss.

12th December 1962 saw the tragic loss of their beloved mother and the realisation for Toni and Guy that they would now have to support their father and three younger brothers, the youngest of which, Anthony, was just five years old.

In 1963 Guy was offered the opportunity to take over the salon where he worked. Despite the huge risk involved, Toni elected to leave his well-paid job in a central London salon to join his brother in Clapham, though it would mean abandoning the large, loyal client base he had built.

In January 1963 the first TONI&GUY salon opened its doors and the brothers worked hard to build the business. With a large rent to pay, it was a struggle to survive. Having inherited some busy stylists from the original salon, including a young Pauline O’Donnell (later to be Mascolo, when she marries Toni in 1970), helped to boost the salon’s business, which quickly gained momentum. The brothers’ early promotional activity included leaflet drops in the local area advertising their ‘Italian style’.

A time of extreme change in youth culture, the 1960’s saw an explosion in fashion as attitudes were changing. TONI&GUY offered a unisex service in contrast to the traditional culture of salons and barbershops that were unable to cope with the new graphic shapes for women and men’s longer styles. By the end of 1964 the salon was fully booked and the brothers realised that they were destined for bigger things. ToniandGuy.WWW

 

Toni and guy classic cut

Vidal Sassoon

He sold his business interests in the early 1980s to devote himself to philanthropy. Vidal Sassoon: The Movie, a documentary film about his life, was released in 2010. In 2009, Sassoon was appointed CBE by Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace. In 2012 he was among the British cultural icons selected by artist Sir Peter Blake to appear in a new version of his most famous artwork – the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album cover – to celebrate the British cultural figures of the last six decades.[4]

CBE (17 January 1928 – 9 May 2012) was a British-American hairstylist, businessman, and philanthropist. He was noted for repopularising a simple, close-cut geometric hair style called the bob cut, worn by famous fashion designers including Mary Quant and film stars such as Mia Farrow, Goldie Hawn, Cameron Diaz, Nastassja Kinski and Helen Mirren.[1]

His early life was one of extreme poverty, with seven years of his childhood spent in an orphanage. He quit school at age 14, soon holding various jobs in London during World War II. Although he hoped to become a professional football player, he became an apprentice hairdresser at the suggestion of his mother.

After developing a reputation for his innovative cuts, he moved to Los Angeles in the early 1970s, where he opened the first chain of worldwide hairstyling salons, complemented by a line of hair-treatment products.[2] He also co-founded Paul Mitchell Systems with Paul Mitchell, one of his former students. Mitchell said that Sassoon was “the most famous hairstylist in the history of the world.”[3] 

Vidal Sassoon The Movie

Empires I’m Not just a Hairdresser