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COLOR | Perfect Money Piece

In this video you will learn:

- Connecting nape to money piece 

- Low-light to correct brass

- Babylights through top

- Brighten around face and ends

- Formulating to shadow the hairline 

FORMULA:

Foil: Redken Flashlift 20v-30v

Low-light : ShadesEQ 7NW gel 

Tap : ShadesEQ 7N  ( include hairline 5min)

Tone : none


COLOR | Big Changes

In this video you will learn:

- Babylights

- Wide money piece 

- Create a connection through layers 

- Paint higher tip outs through top to fill in 

- Leave dimension thru ends in back to keep bronde 

- Shadow hairline

- Back to back foils to make chunky 

- Stagger foils for tapered effect

- Use clean brush to blend 

FORMULA

Foil: Redken Flashlift 20vol - 30vol

Tap: ShadesEQ 7N 

Tone: ShadesEQ 9G = 9AA = CLEAR


CUT | Razor Bob

In this video you will learn:

- Cutting a clean line with a razor

- How to deal with hairline growth patterns 

- The shortest length you can go for a ponytail 

- Managing density with the razor

- Texturizing with the razor

- How to modernize a classic shape

- Refining a bob

TOOLS:

Comb : Leader

Razor : Feather Plier

Clips : YS Park

Scissors : HB pro 5.5” straight blade

Blow Dryer: Parlux

Brush: Elevate Hair Vess brush


COLOR | Tapered Money Piece

In this video you will learn:

- Tapered money piece 

- Creating connection of color within layered hair

- Paint high to low angles in foils

- Use over direction to frame the face. 

FORMULA 

Foil: Flashlift 20v-30v

Tap: ShadesEQ 6N equal parts 7N (hairline only)

Tone ShadesEQ 10GI equal parts 9NB


CUT : Razor : Long Shag

In this video you will learn:

- How to layer only above the round of the head

- Cutting a perfect long fringe

- Working with growth patterns

- Keeping all the length while completely changing a shape

- Cutting from very short to very long

- Controlling your razor for maximum texture

- What is planing

- Manipulation of the razor for different results

TOOLS:

Comb : Leader

Razor : Feather

Plier Clips: YS Park

Blow Drier: Parlux

Brush : Ibiza

Iron : T3 1 1/4”

COLOR | Balayage

In this video you will learn:

- Micro balayage for a Babylight effect

- Panel painting for gradience

- Creating V’s for a tapered effect 

- Full saturation for tip out

- Rinsing in sections 

FORMULA:

Paint: Schwarzkopf BlondeMe Clay Lightener 30v 

Tap : none

Tone : none


COLOR | Bright Dimensional Blonde

In this video you will learn:

- Full highlight 

- Distinct sub-sections between foils to create dimension 

- Tipping out as we go for max brightness

- Consistent and even spacing between weave 

- Use correct strength of lightener for blonde retouching 

Formula

Foil: Redken Flashlift 6v - 25vol

Tap: ShadesEQ 8N (no hairline)

Tone: ShadesEQ CLEAR


CUT | Razor | Long Layers

In this video you will learn:

- Creating a strong face frame

- Connecting to existing layers  from the front to back

- Cutting an interior wet

- Dry cutting a perimeter

TOOLS:

Comb : Leader

Razor : Feather Plier

Clips : YS Park

Blow Dryer : Parlux

Round Brush : Ibiza


COLOR | Gray Blending with Foils

In this video you will learn:

- Foil and base color at the same time

- Formulating for gray blending

- Creating lighter formula for hairline 

- Rooted Babylights 

- Tip out around the face

FORMULA:

Foil: Flashlift 10v

Base : Hairline L’Oréal DiaRichesse 7N 15vol & Back L’Oréal DiaRichesse 6.01 15vol

Tap: shadesEQ 7N, hairline Tap 9N

Tone: shadesEQ 9GI


CUT | Scissor | Keeping Length Around the Face

In this video you will learn:

- Concave layering 

- Over direction 

- Dry cut visual perimeter 

- How to texturize with scissors

TOOLS:

Comb : Leader

Scissors : Kikui 5” straight blade 

Clips : YS Park

Blow Dryer : Parlux

Brush : Ibiza

Iron : T3 1 1/4”


Razor Essentials

In this video you will learn:

- The anatomy of the razor

- How to safely load and unload your razor

- Using a guard with your razor

- Holding your razor correctly

- How to “lock” your razor

- Working with a comb and the razor

- How to cut a line 

- Closed stroke

- Medium stroke

- Open stroke

- When to replace your blades

- What hair types to use a razor with

- How to best control your sections while working with a razor

- Seeing your guide

- Texturizing


COLOR: Gradient Color with Hi-Lift

In this video you will learn:

-foil patterns for fringe

-how to use hi-lift in foil

-best practices for tipping out fringe 

-create a gradient bronde 

FORMULA:

Foil: hi-lift L’Oréal majirel.11 double 40vol

Tips: Redken flash lift 30vol

Tap: (fringe only) ShadesEQ 6N 5 min

Lowlight: ShadesEQ 7NW gel developer

CUT: Creating Structure Without Cutting All the Length

In this video you will learn:

-How to create a strong face frame

-Balance weight with long layers

-See a perimeter before you cut

-Build the illusion of fullness on fine hair 

-Dry cutting techniques

Tools:

-Scissors: Pro Feel

-Comb: Leader

-Clips YS Park

Part 2: Keratin Tip Extensions

In this video you will learn:

-Prepping your client and extension hair

-Color matching, setting goals and pricing 

-Sectioning pattern and install 

-How to cut for blend and balance


Tools used

-Great Lengths Hair Extensions (color 23 &10)

-scissors: profeel

-comb: leader

-clips yspark 

COLOR | Kelsey

In This Video You will learn:

How to foil for a widows peak and uneven hairlines 

How to get the most coverage in back when someone is really dark 

Strategize your developers for even lift 

Placement for narrow Mohawk zone 

Where to leave depth to your advantage 

Formula:

Redken Flashlift 20-30 volume

Tap: ShadesEQ 08N = 09P 7min

No hairline tap

Unite blonda shampoo as all over toner

Iman: CUT

In This Video You will learn:

-How to cut a classic face frame on longer lengths of hair

-One of the most requested haircuts

-Understanding elevation around the hairline

-Keeping your corners with proper body positioning

-Connecting the layers to your face frame 

-Managing weight

-Deciding the best layer length for your client 



Tools used

-Scissors: Kikui 5.5” straight handle

-Comb: Leader

-Clips: YS Park

Mary: COLOR

In this video you will learn:

How to connect highlights thru heavy layering 

How to prevent looking stripey thru back

Formulating for contrast 

Tinting between foils

Color melt toning process 

Formula:

Foil: Redken Flashlift 20vol

Tint between: Redken ShadesEQ 04G Gel developer

*Used Sheila Stotts brush to blend 

Tap: ShadesEQ 04NB = 04N 

Tone: ShadesEQ 07NB


Kelsey: CUT

In This Video You will learn:

How to point cut an entire haircut 

Making a shape slightly triangular 

Creating and controlling a build up of weight 

Graduation 

Using bone structure to create interest around the face

A mid length shape or LOB

Tools used:

Scissors: Kikui 5.5” straight handle

Scissors: Pro Feel 6” sliders 

Comb: Leader

Clips: YS Park

Brush: Feel mixed bristle flat brush. 

Amy: Pops & Placements

In this video you will learn:

Perfect placement for the money piece

Where to leave dark for big impact 

How to foil the top for a smooth transition 

Efficient placement for the back

Color choice based on skin tone 


Formula used:

Foil: Redken Flashlift 20vol to 30vol

Tap: ShadesEQ 06N

Tone: ShadesEQ 09GI = 09G

Mary: Cut: Scissors

In this video you will learn

-How to manage density 

-Cutting dry

-Disconnection placements 

-Creating texture without point cutting 

-Importance of over direction 

-Cutting your layers before your length 


Tools used:

-Scissors: 6” Pro Feel

-Comb: Leader 

-Brush: Feel mixed bristle flat -brush 

-Clips: YS Park

Nicole: The Balayage Sectioning Breakdown

In this video you will learn:

Theory of sectioning

How to create the perfect balayage 

Where to lowlight and why

How to pick the perfect tone for brunettes

How to target your underlying pigment during lift

            

Formulas:

Foil: Redken Flashlift 10 volume

Lowlight: Redken ShadesEQ 6GB

Toner: ShadesEQ 3/4 07NB + 1/4 CLEAR (7 minutes) 

Hairline Tap Overlay: ShadesEQ 05N

Cut: 90’s heartthrob: Josh

In this video you will learn:

How to successfully section shorter hair

Disconnection 

Weight distribution 

Graduation 

Changing techniques within one section 

Cutting the top vertically 

What makes a shape masculine 

Using different tools 

Updating a classic shape

Suitability 

Visual manipulation of the hairline. 

Tools used

Scissors: Kikui 5”

Combe: Leader 

Clips: YS Park

Trimmers: Wahl 5 star Li Detailer

Alana: Color Placement for Fringe

In this video you will learn:

-Placement for a fringe

-How to ensure balance of color from side to side 

-Efficient coloring to cut down on toning 

-Refreshing tone for old highlights 

-How to style a fringe 

Formulas used:

-Foil: L’Oréal Majirel hi-lift .11 double 40vol

-Tint between: Redken ShadesEQ 3parts 09G 1part 08GG

Linson, Cut: grunge icon Razor

In this video you will learn:

How to manage longer masculine shapes

Subsections to remove weight 

Disconnection 

Blending visual and technical haircutting

Creating a modern neckline 

Working to a reference

Channeling 

Managing density 


Tools used:

Razor: Feather Plier

Comb: Leader

Clips: YS Park 

Shanna, Color: Hand painted highs & lows

In this video you will learn:

Tools and products best for balayage

Sectioning and placement for creating contrast 

Blend!! Brush and hand work 

Tips on Deepening natural base

Multiple painting patterns and where to use them


Formula used: 

Highlights: Milbon Clay Lightener 30 volume 

Lows: Redken ShadesEQ 06NB = 06WG (gel developer)

Tap: Redken ShadesEQ 05NW

Tone: 08WG = 07GB

Plastic link: https://www.webstaurantstore.com/berry-aep-1504296-10-x-10-perforated-film-roll/182P1010.html

Cut: Luke. Men’s modern classic short.

In this video you will learn:

Scissor over comb

Flat layering on short hair

Disconnection 

Balance of shape

Sectioning short hair

Clipper details 

Texturizing 

Updating  to a classic shape 


Tools Used:

Scissors: 

Kikui 5”

HB Pro 6”

Pro feel sliding texturizing 

Clippers:

Wahl 5 star detailer 


Comb: Leader 

Clips: YS Park 

Color: Dakota. Blending Blondes

In this video you will learn:

Placement for max lightness 

Tipping out to blend chunks

Root shadowing with multiple formulas 

Formulating for blends

Formulas used:

Foil: Redken Flashlift 10vol & 20vol

Tap: below the rounds 2 parts 06N 1 part 05NW

Tap: above the rounds 2 parts 08N 1 part 08GI

All Redken ShadesEQ 

Summer cut: Scissor

In this video you will learn:

Dry cutting 

Density management 

Sliding

Visually balancing your shape

How to keep an airy perimeter 

Long “ fringe”

Fixing weight lines 

New tools 

5” Kikui straight blade scissors

Comb: Leader 125

Clips: YS Park 

Brush: pro feel mixed bristle flat brush

Iron: T3 micro flatiron

Summer: Correcting Brass

In this video you will learn: 

grey blending with acidic color 

Applying color between foils 

Soft balayage for brunette placement 

Formulating for greys and canceling brass

Color melting gloss


Formulas used:

Foil: Schwarzkopf Blondme 7vol

Base: Redken ShadesEQ 04N = 05N

Pull through between foil: Redken ShadesEQ 05N = 06N

Color Melt: Zone 1: 06N Zone 2/3: 07 = 08N

Cut: Consultation

In this video you will learn:

New client screening 

Using references 

Planning future appointments 

Managing expectations 

Information gathering 

Product prescription 

Client collaboration

Style coaching 

Pre-booking

Keeping long term clients happy 

Building a fun clientele 



Tools used:

Experience

Hailey: Color Slices

In this video you will learn:

How to use slices without being stripey

How to brighten the ends with tip outs

How to gloss for even results 

How to use large food for efficiency 

How to style with the curling iron

Gloss: ShadesEQ 010GI + 010P

Tools:

T3 Single pass curling iron (size 1.25”)

Scissor Essentials

In this video you will learn:

how to pick the best scissor for you

How does the size of the scissor play into what cut you are doing. 

the difference between each set of scissor 

what happens when you cut wet vs dry

cutting a line blunt vs pointing 

slide cutting 

point cutting

removing density 

creating texture 

different texture scissors and how they work 


Tools used:

Scissors:

6” pro feel sliders

5” kikui 

5.5” kikui

6” HB pro One

6” pro feel texture sliders 

6” Utsumi texture

Clips:

YS park

Comb:

Leader 125

Makel: Bronde Blends

In this video you will learn:

Using space to create a bronde effect

Low lighting to tone your backdrop and define ends

Tipping out with airtouch 

Melted glossing 

Detailed spacing in  weave pattern 

Making adjustments for dense hair 

Curling tips and trick

Styling product application 

Formula used:

Foil: Redken Flashlift 20vol - 30vol

Lowlight: Redken ShadesEQ 07GI

Tap: Redken ShadesEQ 06N

Tone: Redken ShadesEQ 08GG = 010GI

Fringe Master Class

In this video you will learn: 

The perfect curtain fringe 

Modern square fringe

Classic round fringe

Cropped textured fringe

Tools used:

Scissors 

5” Kikui

Comb: Leader

Clips : YS park

Guest Educator Joanne Kim Marsden Grey Coverage Base Application

In this video you will learn: 

Formulating for Grey 

Ends refresh application and formulating 

How to avoid banding 

Covering the resistant hairline 

Blending vs covering 


Formulas used:

Base:

Schwarzkopf Royal

30g 5-0 10g 6-0 w/ 20 vol

Gloss:

Schwarzkopf Vibrance

6-0= 7-1 w/ 6vol gel developer


Alexa Cut: Scissors

In this video you will learn:

Approaching a long haircut with disconnection 

Round layer 

Mid length fringe

Texturizing while maintaining your line

Sectioning for weight distribution 

Tools used:

Scissors: 

Kikui 5.5” 

Pro Feel 6” sliders

Comb: Leader

Clips: YS Park. 

Reverse Balayage with Olivia

In this video you will learn: 

Foiling with space in mind 

Lowlighting placement 

Utilizing diagonal and horizontal foil placement 

Tapping and toning techniques 

Simple money piece 

Formulas used: 

Foil: Redken Flashlift 10- 20vol

Lowlight: L’Oréal diarichesse 08n + 7.13 9vol

Tap: SEQ 07N = 08N 

Tone: 010N

NOVEMBER LIVE(Part 1)

Haircut: Scissor
One of the most versatile mid length shapes. Modern and wearable. This is one of my go to shapes in the salon.

In this video you will learn:
-creating soft lines
-using graduation on longer length
-micro face frame
-full blowout technique
-curling iron technique
-difference between sliders and standard scissors
-sliding texturizing scissors demo

Tools used
- Scissors:
- kikui 5” straight blade scissors.
- Pro Feel 6” sliders
- Pro Feel 6” sliding texturizers
- Comb : Leader 125
- Clips: YS Park
- Brush Ibiza B4

November Live (Pt. 2)

Haircut: Scissor
One of the most versatile mid length shapes. Modern and wearable. This is one of my go to shapes in the salon.

In this video you will learn:
-creating soft lines
-using graduation on longer length
-micro face frame
-full blowout technique
-curling iron technique
-difference between sliders and standard scissors
-sliding texturizing scissors demo

Tools used
- Scissors:
- kikui 5” straight blade scissors.
- Pro Feel 6” sliders
- Pro Feel 6” sliding texturizers
- Comb : Leader 125
- Clips: YS Park
- Brush Ibiza B4

Virgin Application Going Red with Alexa

In this video you will learn:

How to avoid a hot root

Virgin application

Formulating for red gloss

Tons of color theory

Styling!!! 

Formulas used:

Base 

L’Oréal INOA

Zone 1: 7.4 = 7.34 = 9.3 20vol

Zone 2 & 3: 7.4 = 7.34 = 9.3 30vol

Gloss

Dialight

7.43 6vol

Test strand 

Zone 1 (3 parts) 7.34 (1 part) 9.3 20vol

Zone 2 & 3 (3parts) 7.34 + (1 part) 9.3 30vol

Brows 

8.3 20vol

December Live (Pt.1)

Sydney’s hair was super blonde all through summer. She now has a harsh line of demarcation and wants to add back depth. This is a full highlight application with lowlights placed between every foil. We will discuss the why’s to the placement and formulas throughout the application. The color is finished with a two formula root shadow and a quick curling breakdown.

Formulas used:
Highlight: Redken Flashlift 20-30vol
Lowlight: SEQ 07N + 07G Gel
Tap: 07N
Hairline Tap: 09N

Iron: T3 Single Pass 1.25”

December Live (Pt.2)

Sydney’s hair was super blonde all through summer. She now has a harsh line of demarcation and wants to add back depth. This is a full highlight application with lowlights placed between every foil. We will discuss the why’s to the placement and formulas throughout the application. The color is finished with a two formula root shadow and a quick curling breakdown.

Formulas used:
Highlight: Redken Flashlift 20-30vol
Lowlight: SEQ 07N + 07G Gel
Tap: 07N
Hairline Tap: 09N

Iron: T3 Single Pass 1.25”

December Live (Pt.3)

Sydney’s hair was super blonde all through summer. She now has a harsh line of demarcation and wants to add back depth. This is a full highlight application with lowlights placed between every foil. We will discuss the why’s to the placement and formulas throughout the application. The color is finished with a two formula root shadow and a quick curling breakdown.

Formulas used:
Highlight: Redken Flashlift 20-30vol
Lowlight: SEQ 07N + 07G Gel
Tap: 07N
Hairline Tap: 09N

Iron: T3 Single Pass 1.25”

Kelsey Shixie ( Shag + Pixie)

In this Video you will learn: 

Graduation 

Cutting short hair with a razor

Disconnection 

Combining layering and graduation 

Managing weight 

Creating a soft, feminine short shape

Density management 

Edge work with razor

Hairline detailing 

Tools used 

Razor: Steps Hair

Comb: Leader

Clips: YS Park

December Guest Educator: Erin McKay, Cutting Extensions 

I installed two rows of 18” Hair Dreams brand extensions to prepare for this video. Tabitha wanted to keep the length of the extensions and cut them to blend into her natural hair WITHOUT cutting into her natural hair. Here you’ll find techniques for a seamless extension haircut and more tips for the best results with your extension services. 

Hair Extensions: 

Hair Dreams USA 

Colors 19/24 rooted with 08A

Tools/Products:

ProFeel Sliding scissors

Sheila Stotts Brush 

AnhXsultracollection 1.5” iron 

Milbon Texturizing spray 4

Color: Taylor: Triangle Balayage + Magic Eraser

In this video you will learn:

Reverse balayage 

Balayage placement using horizontal and diagonal sections 

Low lighting for an ombré effect 

A wider money piece 

Root melting and toning 

Formulas used:

Foil: Redken flashlift 10vol & 20vol

Lowlight: L’Oréal Diarichesse 6.3 + 6.31 9vol

Tap: SEQ 05N = 06G Gel developer 

Tone: SEQ  (2) 08GG + (1) 09AA

Alana: cut: razor

In this video you will learn: 

Round perimeter 

Visual fringe

Working internally 

Creating space

Disconnecting a fringe

Diffuser styling 

Tools used:

Razor: feather plier

Scissors: Pro feel 6” slider

Clips: YS Park

Comb: Leader 125

Kelsey: The Ultimate Full Highligh

In this video you will learn

Tips for getting closer to the root

A full highlight application

Foiling from the top down 

Root tap

Styling 

Formulas Used 

Foil: Redken Flashlift 10vol, 20vol & 30vol

Tap: Redken shadesEQ 09v + 08n

Amy Cut Live Pt. 1, Scissors

Amy came in with one-length hair that she had cut herself. Our goal was to release weight and create a balanced modern shape. I decided to cut her dry to have a softer finish and a visible movement. 

In this video you will learn:

Cutting dry

Using texturizing scissors to cut an entire shape

Concave layers 

Beveled perimeter 

Slide cutting 

Styling 

Tools used:

    Scissors 

Pro-Feel 6” texturizing sliders

Pro- Feel 6” Sliders

    Comb:

Leader 125

    Clips:

YS Park 

    Iron:

T3 1 ¼” 

Amy Cut Live Pt. 2, Scissors

Amy came in with one-length hair that she had cut herself. Our goal was to release weight and create a balanced modern shape. I decided to cut her dry to have a softer finish and a visible movement.


In this video you will learn:
Cutting dry
Using texturizing scissors to cut an entire shape
Concave layers
Beveled perimeter
Slide cutting
Styling

Tools used:
Scissors
Pro-Feel 6” texturizing sliders
Pro- Feel 6” Sliders
Comb:
Leader 125
Clips:
YS Park
Iron:
T3 1 ¼”

Ashley: COLOR T-BAR HIGHLIGHT

Ashley’s hair is grown out. She has k-tip extensions in and needs a color refresh. We want to brighten her up without  loosing all her dimension. The T-Bar placement will be perfect for her. This will brighten around her face and sprinkle a little across each side of her parting. I would call this a mini highlight. Perfect for in between full sets of foils. Great for someone who also wants more frequent highlights but the full placement can be damaging. 

In this video you will learn:

A mini highlight placement 

Face frame foiling

Balayage 

Root tap 

Keeping dimension

Formulas used:

Foil: Redken flashlift 20vol

Tap: 09nb 07n 

Tone:

Clear 

Guest Artist Michael Forrey Textured Long Bob

For Kay we wanted to create a long bob shape, with some movement and versatility while keeping the layering more invisible and closer to the outline. We decided that a slight triangular shape would be more suitable in order to create more volume in the back and have the ability to flip the front from side to side. We achieved  that by cutting an outline with scissors, in the fingers,  which created a graduated edge but kept the outline still quite blunt. Working from the outline, we used a concave layering technique in three disconnected panels working horizontally through the shape. This created an invisible or minimally layered looking shape while still removing lots of weight to release the texture. 

In this video you will learn:

•Graduating an outline

•Concave layering in a horizontally 

•Removing weight invisibly with disconnection. 

•Blow drying with a mason brush 

•Creating texture with a curling iron 

Tools used 

5 1/2 scissors 

YSPark comb and clips 

Mason Pearson brush 

1 3/4 curling iron 

COLOR: BLOCK COLOR

Erika has a creative haircut. So we’re getting creative with her color. Her highlights have become a bit solid and faded overtime. Our plan will bring new life to them by using a block color placement using multiple formulas. 

In this video you will learn:

Approach to a creative haircut

The why to formulation

Planning your sectioning 

Adjusting density for the desired result 

Coloring fringe

Formula Used: 

Formula 1: L’OréalDiaRichesse 6.31 + 6.3 + 7.8 9vol

Formula 2: Redken Seq 2parts 7cb 1 part 8c

CUT: RAZOR AND SCISSOR DISCONNECTED MIDLENGTH

Katrina has very dense heavy hair. She likes the look of a one length but doesn’t like all the weight. We get to have some fun with disconnection while keeping a strong perimeter. 

In this video you will learn:

A strong fringe

Mid length shape

Razor and scissors 

Using disconnection 

Creative sectioning 

Tools used:

6” PROfeel sliders 

Feather Plier razor

5” Kikui straight blade scissors

YSPARK Clips

Leader 125 comb

Laura Gibson Balayage

Olivia is enjoying her grow out but is looking to refresh her blonde. Her natural wavy level 6/7 hair is a perfect canvas for balayage. Today we will paint her hair for a cascading blonde effect. This will look really natural and grow with a super soft demarcation. 

In this video you will learn

How to balayage 

Painting the hairline

Avoiding damage (overlap)

Brightening the ends

Shadowing and glossing

Formula used

Highlight: RUSK ultimate blue powder lightener + 40vol

Root shadow: RUSK  Deepshine gloss 08N + zero Lift

Erica: CUT

In this video we visit a classic shape that involves a fringe and some disconnection.  Erica is a hairdresser and enjoys the creative cut that she has. Our goal was to update her shape and address some balance issues. 

In this video you will learn:

Concave layers

Varying a shape

Disconnection

Creative cut

Removing weight

Manage weight 

Tools used:

Scissors: Kikui 5”

Comb: Leader

Clips: Y.S. Park

COLOR ROOT SHADOWING ESSENTIALS

In this course we are breaking down the many ways in which we can shadow the root. Each highlight placement requires the most attention to detail when it comes toning. This service blends the seams of your foils and lends a soft grow out for our clients. We will be going over the what, when, how and why of the tap, the shadow and the melt. And wet balayage as an added bonus. 

In this course you will learn:

Multiple applications of the root shadow 

When and why to pick a specific technique 

Formulation

Wet balayage 

Detailing hairline 

Formulas used:

Tap: Redken SEQ 05N

Shadow: 05N Hairline: 07N Wet Balayage: L’Oréal Blonde Studio 

Melt: 05N Mid: 07NB 07GB Ends: 09G

CUT: 90’s Layers

In this lesson we will be working with scissors to make a big change. By looking at the hair’s natural tendency to move we will create a easy effortless style. 

In this video you will learn:

Cutting with natural texture 

Creating a big change

Kinetic cutting 

Placement of length when doing a makeover 

Tools used:

Kikui 5.5” scissors 

Comb: Leader

Clips: YS Park

Bonus: Blowout 90’s layers

Want to set your irons down for a minute and still get movement? This lesson is about using your round brush to do just that. 

In this video you will learn:

Product selection 

Round brush choice

Sectioning

Finishing tips. 

Guest educator @styledbyrandy_ FOILING DARK HAIR

In this video I’ll be showing you how to lift dark hair successfully. We are going to be lifting a natural level 3 to level 9 to create a bright lived in look. There are many challenges when lifting dark hair, this technique will show case a simple straight forward approach to get the best results every time. 

In this video you will learn:

-Choosing the right tools and products for optimum lift

-Timing saving sectioning and how to use large foil sheets

-Creating bright seamless tip outs

-Efficient techniques

-Painting his/lows with zone toning for seamless blend

Tools Used:

-Schwarzkopf Blonde Me

-Olaplex Bond Builder

-Loreal Dialight

-Redken Shades EQ

-Single track board

Formulas:

Tap: Loreal Dialight 5N=6.13 6vol

Zone 2/Mid-light: Redken Shades EQ 7N=7NB

All over gloss: Redken Shades 9GB, 9N, 8V

Cut: Men’s Long Scissor

In this video we will be looking at a way to cut mid length curly hair. Keeping it long and managing shape and density. When it comes to cutting men’s longer hair especially when it’s curly, keeping it cool and modern is very important.

In this video you will learn:

Cutting curly hair

Long masculine shape

Modern long hair

Flat layering 

Disconnection 

Using point cutting to create space

Tools used:

Scissors: Kikui 5” 

Comb: Leader

Clips: YS Park

Color: Chunky Grunge Foiliage

Linson wants a high contrast, chunky color. He likes the look of a raw lift. So we will be foiling his hair in a diagonal pattern, lifting him to level 9. No gloss and minimal root shadowing will give us that 90’s grunge balayage look. This is a good lesson for mens color as well has modifying for curly hair. 

In this video you will learn:

How to modify for curly hair 

Detailed sectioning theory 

Painting for high contrast dimension

Balayage look without money piece 

Chunky placement

Formulas

Foil: Redken Flashlift 20vol, 25vol, 30vol

Hairline root shadow 07N shadesEQ

Cut: classic scissor face frame and long layers

Danielle came in with a grown out face frame and minimal layering through the back. Our goal was to create movement and modernize the face frame wall keeping the classic shape. This haircut is the money maker and bread and butter behind the chair. One of the most requested classic shapes that everyone should have in their repertoire. 

 

In this video you will learn:

Scissor face framing layers

Creating a strong shape

Connecting layers from the back to your face frame. 

How to balance a “C” shape 

Beveled perimeter 

Tools used:

Scissors:

Kikui 5”

ProFeel 6” sliders

ProFeel 6” texturizing sliders 

Comb: Leader

Clips: YS Park 

COLOR: Max Brightness

Cassie is a level 6/7. She is already blonde but wants to be super bright. We’re going to do a full highlight, placing our foils in a way to allow for tip-outs that can be painted at their highest points. The result is a solid platinum with a lived-in root. This is a effective and efficient, while keeping the hair’s integrity. 

In this video you will learn

A full highlight placement 

How to do tip outs extra high

Utilize large sections and foils

Effective and safe bleaching 

Gradient root shadow application 

Formulas 

Foil: Redken Flashlift 10/20 vol 15/25vol

Flash tone: Redken SEQ (3) clear : 010P 010GI

Tap: SEQ 07N : 08N

CUT: SKATER BOB

Tessa had a grown out cut that she didn’t really feel fit her vibe and style. She loves the 90’s cool esthetic.  We wanted to capture that skate energy as well as keeping it modern. 

In this video you will learn:

Disconnection 

Razor lines/graduation 

How to make a soft perimeter with strength

Slight a-line

Connection to pre existing length. 

Tools used:

Razor: feather Plier

Scissors: Kikui 5”

Comb: Leader

Clips: YS PARK

Guest Educator @beckym_hair Lived-In Foilage

Becky Miller is a freelance hairdresser based in Gilbert Arizona. She is the founder of Modern Foil, a luxury hair tool company and owner of Parlour One Salon. She specializes in lived-in color. In this video she is sharing her tips on adding dimension into your canvas utilizing the best sectioning, products, tools and intentions. Along the way she will touch on the efficiency of utilizing an assistant and maximizing your time and results. 

In this video you will learn:

Sectioning for a full highlight 

Efficient and time saving approach 

Adding back dimension 

Color melting 

Working with an assistant 

Formulas:

Highlight- Goldwell Silklift 10VOL, 15VOL, 20VOL

Lowlight- Redken ShadesEQ 07GB + 07NW melted into conditioner 

Gloss- Root Goldwell Colorance 7NA,  Mids 08GI 08WG 08N,  Ends 09NW 09NB

Tools used:

Modern Foils https://www.modernfoil.com/collections/foils

B Board https://www.modernfoil.com/products/b-board

CUT: The New Rachel

Inspired by the iconic 90’s haircut “The Rachel” this shape gives you all the vibes while updating it for your current clientele. 

In this video you will learn:

Dry cutting

How blow dry out growth patterns 

Connecting a shorter face frame to length 

Maintaining length in front of the shoulder 

Long layering 

How to create a round shape 

Removing weight without removing density

Tools used:

Scissors 6” ProFeel sliders

Comb: Leader

Clips: YS Park

Color: PAINT & FOIL COMBO

Milena has gorgeous hair and it’s been a while since her last color. We’re moving into summer and she wants to be brighter. I want to maximize her results from one session. So I’m going to use foils where the hair is very dark and paint where the hair is light already. This will give the most brightness in one session. 

In this video you will learn:

How to combine foil and paint in one session

How to control warmth when lifting hair

A beautiful placement for a balayage look

Toner formulation theory

A chunky money piece

Formula:

Foil- Redken Flashlift 20vol

Paint- L’Oréal studio blonde clay with 40vol

Tap- Redken shadesEQ 06N

Mid- 08GI

Ends- Clear

Paddle- Redken 

Plastic- https://www.webstaurantstore.com/berry-aep-1504296-10-x-10-perforated-film-roll/182P1010.html

Essential Styling

Sometimes you want to switch up your finish. Understanding which products to choose to achieve the results you want. I breakdown how to prep for a strong finish. Using your products and tools to maximize your results. 

In this video you will learn:

How to prep with products 

Better understanding of products 

Using blow dryer settings 

Working with growth patterns 

Curling iron soft set

Tools used:

Dyson Supersonic blow dryer 

T3 1 ¼” single pass iron

Sheila Stotts detangling brush

YS Park clips

COLOR REMOVER

Alexa is ready to change from red to strawberry blonde. In a two part series I’m going to walk you through the process of taking her lighter. 

The first step will be a color remover. This will remove a lot of pigment, setting up for the lightening service. There is a lot of theory that goes into color removers. This will help you to choose the best time to do one. What to expect from its results and and how best to execute. 

In this video you will learn:

The application of a color remover

Theory of how it works

When best to do this service 

Troubleshooting

What to do next 

Formulas used:

Rusk Elimin8 Color Remover 

Clarifying Shampoo

COLOR CORRECTION (Strawberry Blonde)

This video is a continuing process from the previous video (Color remover).

Alexa is on a journey from red to strawberry blonde. We began the process with a color remover to take off as much intense red pigment as possible. 

In this video, we’re applying a virgin application of lightening cream to take her 3+ levels lighter. The goal is a level 9 gold copper.

We are aiming for even lift and even tone!

The root will be allied with color to set her up for easy touchups. A lot of information about formulating color is shared. This can be tricky as a creative and corrective situation. 

All the nuances are broken down from product choice, application timing and formulating. 

Follow along in this big change journey. 

In this video you will learn:

Roadmap for a big change 

Using ammonia free cream lightener 

Color balancing tone and level

Formulating permanent color base 

Keeping Hair healthy 

Formulas used 

Virgin application: L’Oréal Majimeche lightening cream 20vol

Base: L’Oréal INOA 10n 30vol

Paint ends: L’Oréal studio blonde clay lightener 20vol 

Tone: 09N shadesEQ 

Long Round Layers

Bryt has long hair and enjoys her length. The goal for this haircut was to give her more movement and create a strong shape without sacrificing length. Using a round shape/layer to open up her face and make her hair feel lighter. Using scissors and a a razor for the perfect balance of weight, length, and density. 

In this video you will learn:

Cutting a new shape without cutting length 

Round layers

Body position 

Managing long hair

Working with a scissor and razor

Tools used:

Scissors, Kikui 5.5” 

Clips, YS Park

Comb, Leader

Razor, Feather Plier

GUEST EDUCATOR: RALA ASAADI @hairbyrala SURFER GIRL BLONDE

My model Emily has been going lighter for the past few sessions, she has lost a bit of dimension throughout that process. I want to bring back some depth, pop out her ends and money piece using a combination of shadow pieces and highlights. This technique will give her blonde more pop and minimize her maintenance. 

In this video you will learn:

How to confidently add shadow pieces and highlights in the same session

How to create natural looking dimension 

Placement for maximum pop + high contrast

How to formulate for natural results 

Formula

Highlights- Redken Flash lift 15 volume and then bumped it to 20 volume

Shadow pieces- Redken shades EQ 7NB=7GB

Tap- Redken shades EQ 8N

Comb: https://www.ysparkusa.com/ys-park-122-tail-comb-10-red

Styling: The Perfect Ponytail

Styling is any essential part of any hairdressers business. In this video we break down how to set a perfect ponytail from blow dry to pinning to working with an elastic. This is a very versatile style that can be changed up to suit any occasion.

In this video you will learn:

Proper blow dry for ponytail 

How to set a foundation with product 

Using an elastic 

Easy sectioning 

How to achieve a smooth, frizz free ponytail 

Foundation style for many variations 

Tools used:

YS Park tail comb 

YS Park clips

Pro Feel NAP mixed bristled brush

Styling brush

Hair pins

Color Correction/Reverse Balayage

Maggie has used a “sun-in” product a couple times and while it did lighten her hair, it has also left her with demarcation and brassy tones. Today we are going to bring her base closer to her natural, while also adding some pop of blonde. This can be a tricky service because there’s so much to get done. This video will show a simple approach to keep things organized, efficient and not over processed. 

In this video you will learn 

How to do a base and lived-in highlights at the same time

Formulation theory 

Placement for lived-in balayage

Tinting between foils roadmap

Corrective approach to color

Formulas used 

Foil: Redken Flashlift 20vol

Base on Root: 06N ShadesEQ 

Pull through: 06NB + 06WG

Gloss: 08GG + 09G + 09AA

No root shadow

Cut: Guest Artist @jacobhkhan

Mannequin has heavy grown out wavy hair but it wants to keep it length. Working on dry hair allows us to cut with the natural movement of the hair for an easy transition between straight and wavy styling. Using a 5 1/2 inch scissors to work seamlessly with precise curved cutting movements. The mannequin couldn’t be happier.

In this video you will learn:

Working with natural texture

How to transition cut hair for wavy and straight 

Cutting hair dry and wavy

Curved layers 

Tools used:

Scissors: fancy 5.5” 

Comb: YS Park

Clips: Renegade Royal

https://wlo.link/@Jacobhkhan

PARTIAL FOILIAGE

Sunny is a natural level 3-4. It’s been a couple months since her last color. She’s looking to touch up and also edit the money piece. She feels it’s too chunky and the overall contrast is too high. We’re going to give her a partial highlight to bring things higher and add a lowlight to the money piece. We will also be giving here a root shadow and overall gloss. 

IN THIS VIDEO YOU WILL LEARN:

Detailed consultation skills

Baby lights + lowlights 

Glossing formulation 

Utilizing slices for dimension

Correcting balance within dimension 

Lifting dark levels with ultimate blend

FORMULA USED:

Foil: Redken Flashlift 20vol

Root shadow: ShadesEQ 04NB + 05N Gel developer 

Gloss: 06GG + 06GI Gel Developer

Corrective Hair Cutting Scissors

Sunny hadn’t had a haircut in awhile. She was also having trouble styling her hair with where the weight was falling. She was looking to keep some

Mermaid length but,  increase movement, and wearability.  We are going to clean up her length and go through her shape to find the imbalances and points of weight that may not be sitting how we would like. 

IN THIS VIDEO YOU WILL LEARN:

How to check a haircut for balance 

Looking for weight

Detailed breakdown on going through a haircut to find out what was done previously 

Adjusting shape

Long layers

TOOLS USED:

Scissors: Kikui 5”

Pro feel 6” sliders 

Comb: Leader 

Clips: YS Park

BLONDE TO BRONDE

Sarah has been thinking about going darker. She likes the way she feels when the root comes in and also craves something lower maintenance than her usual bright blonde. 

We are going to use a lowlighting technique to give her an overall bronde finish. By keeping her face frame bright, she will still feel blonde and not too dark. Plus it will be easy to transition back to bright blonde with minimal brassiness and damage.

In this video you will learn 

Partial highlight placement 

Taking blondes darker with lowlights

Theory of placement 

Tip-outs and money piece 

Slices vs weaves 

Formulas Used

Highlight Redken Flashlift 20vol

Lowlight 06N + 06GB

Mid-light 08NW + 08GG

Tap 06N + 07N

All shadesEQ 

Foils used Modern Foil

Guest Educator Nicole Resnick @n.resnickhair Power of Placement When Hand Painting

My Model Shay came to me with her hair completely natural since she hasn’t colored it in years. We wanted to add some dimension back into her using my hand painted balayage technique. Our goal was to create maximum lift while still keeping her a brunette. We focused on lift, placement, and ratio of a clay based lightener. This technique of hand painting is going to give her a bold money piece with a soft dimension behind it and all throughout her hair. 

In this video you will learn to: 

Paint with precision to create the ultimate lift on a darker canvas 

Understand the power of placement when handpainting. 

Creating the perfect ratio of clay lightener to create a seamless balayage . 

Finishing off with formulation for a brunette while mainitng integrity in her hair. 

Formulas

Balayage highlights: Oligo Pro Blacklight Clay Lightener + extra blonde lighter with 30vol mixed at a 1:1.5 ratio 

Gloss: Root smudge: Shades EQ 4NA & 5N with processing solution 

Global gloss: Shades EQ 7GB 7NW 7VB 7NA 6GI with processing solution

The Ultimate Air Dry Haircut

Sarah loves her long wavy hair. However she feels like it has lost its way. I. This video I will show you how to cut hair to enhance natural movement and texture. We will use the straight blade razor to create movement and an intuitive soft bouncy shape. 

In this video you will learn:

Working with a straight blade razor

Bouncy layers 

Working with wavy hair

Using low elevation to create layers 

“Dry” razoring 

Cutting “points” and creating “space”

Adding texture while cutting 

Creating a visual face frame 

Ultimate air dry

Ponytail pieces 

Tools used:

Feather Plier straight blade razor

Comb: BW Boyd carbon rake 

Clips: YS Park

High Contrast Blonding

Carrington has a cool cut. It’s heavy in the perimeter and frames her face well. Her color has grown out and is almost completely virgin. We want this look to pop with a high contrast placement. In this video we’re using a double foiling pattern to build the brightness through the ends and make them more solid. We will use a vertical placement through the top to keep depth and allow for more contrast. 

In this video you will learn:

Double foiling 

High contrast color placement 

Chunky money piece 

Color placement for blunt cut 

Vertical placement throughout top

Formula used:

Flashlift 10vol, 20vol 30vol

Tap 7N shadesEQ

Planning for Growth

Carrington has goals of growing her hair longer. She has a previous cut that is slightly triangular. Leaving her front corners longer and disconnected from her face frame. Our goal is to create a cohesive shape that will grow out easily and beautifully. In this video we will be working with her natural texture, using a round graduation to create connection and movement, while ensuring a beautiful grow out. 

In this video you will learn:

How to create a plan for growing out hair

Dry haircutting

Working with natural texture 

Scissor cut

Creating clean and textured lines

Long round graduation 

Working to existing length

How to balance your haircut 

Tools used:

Scissors:

Kikui 5” 

ProFeel 6” Sliders

Comb: Leader 

Clips: YS Park

Bleach & Tone

The bleach and tone or double process is one of the most challenging services we do, technically. The risk for damage is high.  The accuracy of knowing when to wash is imperative. And the entire outcome can be lost with the wrong formulation of tone. There are many ways to approach any application. In this video I am retouching Teddy’s color, which is overgrown. The challenges here are to avoid a band, achieve proper lift and to not overlap. I’m showing you all my tips for this classic look. 

I’m this video you will learn:

How to bleach re-touch 

How to approach root that is too long 

How not to overlap

How to check the color

How to tone this look

Formulas used:

Redken flashlift 10vol & 20vol

Tone (30) 010GI + (15) 09P + (15) 010T

Cut: The Leo

Teddy is a musician and a fashion designer. Our goal for today’s technique was to create something effortlessly cool and timeless. Going through some of my favorite references I decided that Leonardo DiCapreo in the 90’s/2000’s. That cool polished grungy mid-length. I decided to use my scissors and some disconnection to make sure that this cut would last and wear nicely.

COVER GIRL: Coloring for Complexion

Julia has what I call “teddy bear brown eyes”.  It’s that almond skin, warm, redish brown color. Her skin is light but golden. Her previous blonde hair was fun but not the most complimentary to her skin and eye color. In the early days of film (in color) studio hairdressers would create iconic looks changing actors hair color to highlight their complexion and features. Hair color has the power to transform a person. In this video we’re taking Julia from blonde highlight to chocolate balayage brown. We are utilizing different lowlighting formulas to create dimension throughout the hair. We’re also adding warmth to her natural with a base bump and overall going darker.

In this video you will learn:

Which products to use to manipulate opacityBreaking the base through old highlights On scalp base break with controlled warmth Reverse balayage placement and application Skin tone color theory 

Formulas Used:

Lowlight - Diarichesse 6.31 + 7.8 + 6.3 9vol

Zone 2 base bump - INOA clear 20vol

Quick base - Diarichesse 7N 15vol

Gloss - (20grams) 07GB + (20grams) 07G + (15grams) 08WG + (5grams) 08C

Fancy X Essential Guest educator Ben White Crystal Gale Shag

Ben shows you how to create a classic razor shag. Using his straight blade fancy scissors razor. Creating a strong fringe and using that as his guide for the layering. He breaks down how to add texture while creating your shape. 

In this video you will learn:

How to cut fringe

Cutting texture and length 

Keeping corners 

Using fringe to create your layers

Tipping 

Using the edge of your razor

Tools used:

Fancy straight blade razor 

Comb: YS Park

Clips: YS Park

5 steps to perfect color

Color formulation can be tricky. This video will help you customize your client’s color to produce predictable results. We will be breaking down step by step the information you need to harvest from your consultation. With a plug in system that will keep it simple and consistent every time.

In this this video you will learn:

5 steps to perfect formulation 

Fundamentals of color theory 

Theory of lift and deposit

Adjusting for porosity and texture 

Case studies

CREATING FULLNESS: putting weight back into a haircu

Julia had a hair tragedy and is working on getting her dream hair back. This is something that we see a lot in the salon. Hair that has been over texturized and lost its way. The client misses their full bounced hair. For this class we are going to be finding where to place weight to bring back her fullness in addition to making sure she still has a fresh style.  We will be using graduation on longer lengths as well as working with our scissor to create a very strong wearable shape. 

In this video you will learn:

Revamping a haircut 

Renewed volume 

Finding where weight lives in a haircut 

Visualization of where layers will fall

How to layer to perimeter 

Graduation on a longer length 

Dry cut

Scissors 

Tools used:

Scissors: Kikui 5”

Comb: Leader 

Clips: YS Park

Guest Educator Amber Maynard Bolt @alchemistamber Curly K-Tip extensions

Creating the most natural result with k-tip extensions on curly hair can be a challenge. It’s important to match the curl pattern, texture and density of the persons in natural curl so it can be  air dried and blend perfectly. 

I’m this video you will learn:

Different brands available and their nuances

How to pre-blend multiple colors together to get a perfect color match

How to pre-blend different textures to match the clients, natural curl pattern

Placing hair with intention of result

Cutting and styling for an elevated result

Products used:

Prep: K18

Color:

• Roots EOC 25g 8.4 + 25g 8.1 w/75g 30v

• Ends Color Wear Crème 20g 10.13 + 15g 8.44 w/70g of

Extensions: 

Hair Compounds 8 Bleach 

The Hair Shop 707 colors 33 and 35

Perfect ponytail pieces

Milena’s hair had grown out and needed a shape. We decided that it would be beautiful to bring her layers up and give her a lot more movement. Also in our consideration we thought it would be very flattering to give her some perfect ponytail pieces that she could wear up or down; depending on her mood. 

I chose to use the feather guarded razor to give an introduction to using the razor. 

In this video you will learn:

How to work with a guarded razor

Layering a lot of hair

Understanding where layers are going to fall

Creating the perfect ponytail pieces 

Cutting short to long. 

Tools used:

Feather guarded razor

Comb:Leader

Clips: YS Park

Classic Golden Blonde

 Ornella’s hair is naturally a cool level 7. We're going for a very light, classic golden blonde. To prepare her, we bumped her base to a golden level 8. This will help to minimize the contrast between her natural hair and the highlights. We plan to not root shadow her, keeping the hair light, from root to ends. Our maintenance plan is to base pump, or I also like to call it a quick base, every 4 weeks. And highlight every 8 weeks. This video demonstrates how I like to place the foils to achieve max coverage, avoid stirpes, and not need a root shadow to blend the seams. 

In this video you will learn:

Favorite base bump (quick base) product

High coverage foil placement

Classic blonde results

Avoiding a root shadow

Maintenance plan for bright blondes

Formulas:

Quick base: Loreal Luo P02 25vol 5 min

Foil: Redken Flashlift 10-30vol

“Gloss”: Christoph Robin Golden Blonde Conditioner *just for fun

Classic: Men’s Midlength

This is a technique that is a go to for any guy with that in between length. In this class I go over how to create a square shape on longer hair. Cut with scissors and focus on control and suitability. One of my favorites for sure. 

In this video you will learn:

Scissor cut

How to create a square shape on longer hair

Disconnection 

Suitability 

Working with texture 

Tools used:

Scissors: Kikui 5.5”

Comb: Leader 

Clips: YS PARK

Correcting with Teased Lowlights

Nicole previously had a base to lighten her natural a few levels. It has faded and oxidized brassy. In this service we would like to add some lived-in highlights but keep her overall bronde. We also need to blend the demarcation and darken the brassy band. Our plan of action is to place her highlights in a balayage, dimensional placement. Then deposit lowlights over the teased sections to erase the demarcation and correct the band.

In this code you will learn:

Teased dimensional placement 

No root shadow required 

Correcting demarcation and brass

Lowlight if teased sections

A more blended money piece

Formulas used:

Foil: redken Flashlift B10vol

Lowlight: Redken Shades EQ 05N + 06N 

Gloss: SEQ 09GI

Cutting for curls

Dylan’s hair had been growing for a bit. They wanted to create a more natural curl pattern and help her air dry her hair as well as have something textured and beautiful when she blew it out. Using a dry cutting technique and cutting the curls at the right spot to help them air dry better and with more life we cut Dylan’s hair and brought out it’s natural beauty.  I use a round layered technique to create movement throughout the shape.

In this video, you will learn:

How to cut curly hair to enhance curls

Creating a stronger wave pattern

Texturizing curly hair

Working on curly hair when it’s dry

Cutting curl by curl

The importance of elevation

Working without a comb

Using moisture to reset curls

Round layer 

Round shape

Creating curly face frame

Tools used:

6” ProFeel sliders 

5” Kikui 

Clips: YS Park

Comb: Leader

Balancing A Base

Dylan has a gorgeous natural hair color that is a bit warmer then her ends. The goal was to create a seamless, rich base to use as a backdrop to our highlights. Using our darker formula for the blend and clear throughout the ends. 

In this video you will learn:

  • How to blend a longer regrowth to previously colored ends
  • Plan ahead for highlights 
  • Creating a clean canvas 
  • Managing expectations 
  • Base and refresh application 

Formula:

  • Redken Shades EQ 3N + 4N 
  • Redken Shades EQ Clear

Blow drying with a partner

When blow drying hair, it is important to work, efficiently, and cleanly. This will help you get the best results. In this video, we discuss how to blow dry it with a partner as well as techniques that will benefit you if you are blow drying by yourself. We talk about controlling the direction of the air on your blow dryer, using your brushes to create volume and movement. How to select brush size, as well as using tension to your advantage.

In this video, you will learn:

  • Blow drying with a partner
  • Efficient sectioning
  • Brush selection
  • Using your blow dryer to create more volume
  • Controlling large amounts of hair
  • Working with growth patterns
  • Creating shine and bounce
  • Ensuring a long lasting blow out.

Tools used:

  • Olivia garden 55 ceramic round brush
  • Dyson supersonic professional blow dryer
  • YS park clips
  • BW Boyd rake

Highlighting Color Treated Hair

Dylan has gorgeous naturally auburn level 6 hair. She likes to wear her base color much darker at a level 4. We want to give her highlights, but know that the lift can be uneven and challenging. This video is a sequel to balancing her regrowth out to an even level 4. Please see “balancing a base.” We will be breaking down the strategies of highlighting through permanent color. 

In this video you will learn:

  • Strategizing the best plan for your clients change 
  • A gorgeous foliage placement 
  • Creating perfect blends with your foils 
  • Keeping hair healthy
  • Product selection 

Formulas used: 

FOIL: Redken Flashlift 20vol 

GLOSS: 07NW + 07G equal parts 

ROOT TAP ON HAIRLINE: 06N SEQ

Short Men’s Haircut Balancing Head Shape

Jeff has been growing out his hair and decided that the sides and back are too long for him. After a thorough consultation we decided that we wanted to tighten up the sides in the back and keep length through the top. In this haircut I use a variation of round graduation as well as layering to achieve a structured yet loose shape. We break down the fundamentals of tight graduation and marrying it with some clipper work, as well as scissor over comb. I show you how to find the best place to put your weight line  to suit your client's face. As well as the hair type texture, and density. This video will help you achieve consistent results in your short hair cutting and help you build your confidence. 

In this video, you will learn:

  • Short round graduation
  • Control over your sectioning
  • Building a square shape
  • Working to existing length
  • Clipper work
  • Scissor over comb
  • Building a corner
  • Working with hairlines

Tools used:

  • Scissors:
  • Kikui 5”
  • Bmac HB pro one 6”
  • Wahl five star magic clip clippers with a 1 guard
  • Wahl five star detailers.
  • Clips: YS Park 
  • Comme: Leader

The Face Frame Express

Julia is back for a refresh. We touched up her base (diaRichesse 07N 15vol) just a week or two ago and today we want to just add in a glow-y face frame for the holidays. The key to this look is connecting the face frame to the ends and nape. I would price this as a mini highlight. 

In this video you will learn:

  • Express highlight placement 
  • Proper face frame sectioning
  • Teased application 
  • Using a board
  • Connecting face frame to back 

Formulas Used:

Foil: Redken UP TO 7 + 10vol

Tap: None 

Gloss: SEQ 08WG + 08GG

Guest Educator -Kendra Klimek @hairbykendrajean

Custom coloring, rooting weft extensions can be intimidating. It's so important that you select the correct colors and tones to match your clients natural hair so it blends perfectly

In this video you will learn:

  • Tips on trick on selecting the correct color/tone of wefts
  • How to layer them to make your colors blend
  • How to root shadow wefts 
  • How to flash tone wefts 

Products/tools used:

Spray bottle with water

Color brushes 

Redken color gels in 6N and 7N with 20vol

4 weft extensions

Dry-cutting Weft Extensions

Keely has a fresh set of weft extensions and the key to making them look their best is to create a seamless blend between her hair and the extensions. Keeping in mind that the weft will shift and be reused. The goal is to make the overall hair look full and long. 

In this video you will learn:

  • Creating a blend between weft extensions and natural hair. 
  • Tips & tricks 
  • Where to place the length
  • Why and how to use each tool
  • What to avoid

Tools Used:

  • 6” ProFeel sliders
  • 6” ProFeel texturizers
  • 5.5” Kikui
  • Feather guarded razor
  • Clips: YS Park
  • Comb: Leader

Classic Blonding:Full Highlight

Maggie has a natural level 7. It's been about 4 months since her last foil. She has done a few partial highlights since her last full. It's time to fill in the back. Our goal overall, is to brighten her back and achieve a more even blonde result. Her eye color and complexion is perfect to be super bright. Follow along in this super packed tutorial on a classic blonding highlight placement. 

In this video you will learn:

  • Full highlight pattern
  • Where to section based on partings
  • Efficient coverage for the back 
  • Fantastic hairline coverage
  •  Formulating for even lift
  • How to lock your foils in 
  • Best pick-up for coverage desired
  • Using head shape as a guide for placement 
  • Mixing ratios
  • Tip-outs
  • Leaving hairline out of root shadow 
  • FAST PROCESSING TIME!

Formulas used:

Foil: Redken Flashlift 10vol - 20vol

Pre treat: Loreal Metal Detox Shampoo and Mask

Tap: Redken ShadesEQ 08N + 09N

Tone: Redken ShadesEQ Clear

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