June 17, 2015

From the salon to the runway

There is so much more to this industry than just standing behind the chair. I remember hearing that when I went to beauty school but I had no idea what exactly my educators were talking about. Until it happened. Thats exactly what Tearsheet and Giovanni Giuntoli shares in their 3 day workshop experiences. Starting with Giovanni’s own image of becoming an editorial stylist, & wanting to educate and support other hairstylists,Tearsheet gives stylists the tools they need to build a portfolio, grow a business, along with branding themselves within the industry. Learn how to break down hairstyles in magazine pictures, understanding more of how to do hair with the end result in mind, keeping longevity in hairstyles and so much more.

Tearsheet logo

Tearsheet logo

Tearsheet offers experiences every month where Giovanni and the Tearsheet team of educators will go to your salon and bring education to your team. Workshops, Tearsheet offers, allows students to travel to multiple locations, such as Miami, Phoenix & Chicago, Las Vegas and NYC. In the experiences students/stylists will work 1 day with the team hands-on a mannequin doing techniques and watching demos while the following 2 days are “on photo set” educational experiences. All the while you are immersed, being the best way to learn anything, in the photo shoot culture while learning and expanding on your skills. When they become a Tearsheet graduate, Tearsheet will have you on the list of artists to be invited to working NY Fashion Week, Photo Shoots, and much more.

Giovanni started doing hair in Chicago as an assistant. He assisted a stylist on an editoial shoot and became inspired when the images came back of his hairstyle. Giovanni stated “Tearsheet understands a lot of hairstylist come from a small town and have big dreams of doing amazing events in our industry, and now they can all while working behind a chair. Tearsheet can do this for them.” Education, Imagery, network, experiences…

Tearsheet also has the first, most successful hairstylist team of graduates working within the company and doing all the unbelievable events mentioned.

With Tearsheet, in just 3 days, your career will explode open to what is out there in our industry & will leave you wanting more. If you want to see how your salon, or yourself can book an apt. or want to see more of the collection of pictures visit www.yourtearsheets.com Hurry the runway is waiting!”

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June 2, 2015

Premiere Orlando 2015!

Peter Coppola, RUSK, CHI, Michael O’Rourke, and a room full of beauty industry professionals it an only mean one thing…PREMIERE ORLANDO has returned. Its like Christmas every time you walk in there. This year was really the best year ever. From all the posts on Facebook and seeing many of my friends there, I could tell everyone was having an amazing time. That really is what Premiere Orlando is all about. Meeting people, getting educated, seeing old friends and making new ones.

Premiere Orlando

Premiere Orlando

Premiere Orlando is seriously my most favorite time of the year. Its a chance for all hairdressers to meet up and be around those who love the industry. We all get a “high” from the show. I got many new products to try out for my blog and cant wait to share them with you. But the greatest thing for me is getting to hear and learn about everyone’s walk of life. How they got to were they are, we all have to start somewhere 🙂 Stay tuned for more info on the products and check out all the pics from the show! Cannot wait for next year 🙂

Premiere Orlando

Premiere Orlando

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September 17, 2014

The Salon Center Presents The Taming of The ‘Do Hair Show

Every year hairstylists from all over Florida gather together to get some awesome continuing education at “The Taming Of The ‘Do” Hair Show in Orlando, Florida. The Salon Center( a salon product representative company) puts on this show were salons and stylist can attend to help enhance their styling skills by learning all about the latest products, cutting, up-dos, and treatment techniques. As a stylist myself I find it very beneficial and inspiring to attend these shows. It helps me remember why I entered the beauty industry. Even though at the moment I am not in a salon, I just want to keep myself up to date on the latest and greatest.

Framessi

Framessi

The beauty industry is an always changing industry. Every single day a stylist walks into a salon there is always something new to learn. Even stylist who have been doing hair for a while are kept up to date on the latest techniques. While there I attended a haircutting class by Framessi which is an Italian company. I also attended an up-do class by White Sands and a product knowledge class by, one of my favorite lines, Neuma (blog about Neuma coming soon)

The greatest thing about these hair shows is not only the education but the people you meet. You just never know who you will bump into. I ran into people I went to beauty school with, people from other countries and new friends. So, next time you enter your salon just think about how knowledgeable your stylist may be. Even if they have not attended this particular show, they probably have attended some form of education before. It’s not an easy industry but if you have a passion for it, it no longer feels like a job its a lifestyle.

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