Jan 11th — Lexington, KY — ADVANCED CLASS — Hidden Hand-Tied Weft Method — Certified Educator: Meghan
Take this class and you will be fortunate to learn from the lovely Meghan (with an H)! Meg has been working passionately behind the chair for 10+ years. This gal thrives on learning as many new things in a day as she can. She finds value in offering the very best skill set to her clients and she will always know what’s on-trend in the world of hair. Everyone who knows her would say, "she’s my go-to girl!" Her zest-for-life attitude, combined with her hunger for knowledge, will offer a dynamic learning environment. Don’t sit this one out — you want this girl to have your back!
All stylists attending this advanced level class will be required to have prior training in most any track-and-sew/beaded row hand-tied extension method. This class will enable you to take your hand-tied skills to the next level.
Offer your clients the most undetectable extensions on the market today. That's right, we're talking even less visibility of their hand-tied extensions with the Platform Hidden Weft Method.
This class is for the hand-tied professional looking to perfect and increase their proficiency at hand-tied hair extensions.
When: January 11, 2021
153 Patchen Village Dr Ste 9a
Lexington, KY 40517
The first half of this class is a look-and-learn style class where you will be shown a demo of the new advanced hidden weft method. The second half of the class will be hands-on with a mannequin to drive the concept home and perfect the advanced technique. You will need to come prepared with your own mannequin head and mannequin stand to be able to follow along. Come ready to work on your hand-tied skills so you can take your clients' hair to the next level.
We will end with a Q&A about everything hand-tied - so come prepared with all your questions!
Will there be food to snack on? Yes
Will it be fun? Ummm of course
Please note that a general knowledge of a track-and-sew/beaded row method is required prior to attending this class; otherwise, the stylist will be lost and will struggle to follow along.