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L’Oréal Professionnel Colour Specialist Graduation

Friday, 07 April 2017 09:51

The latest L’Oréal Professionnel Colour Specialist graduates celebrated in style recently, with a well- deserved ceremony, achieving arguably the most prestigious and coveted colour certification in hairdressing – the L’Oréal Professionnel Colour Specialist.

The Colour Specialist Graduates form part of an elite group of experts across the UK who offer an unparalleled knowledge of colour. The breadth of their knowledge means they can help to increase the business of their salon while also offer training and development to their team.

The prestigious colour specialist course, the most comprehensive colouring course in the hairdressing industry is now in its 19th year and with over 100 graduates in 2016, the demand for specialist education is stronger than ever. The Colour Specialist course lasts 15 days and takes full commitment and dedication from the students who are given in-depth colour education, ending with a final examination.

The graduates also attend an evening of celebration and recognition at the Colour Specialist ceremony held at Central Saint Martins; university of the arts. This year’s Ceremony welcomed graduating Colour Specialists, their Salon Managers/Owners and family’s to share in their success and give congratulations for their dedication to the Hairdressing industry. It was an inspiration to see so many talented individuals celebrating their success.

New for 2017 The Colour SpeciA-List Innovation team was announced at the Colour Specialist Graduation and the team attended as L’Oreal Professionnel’s VIP guests.



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