Following the success of the first Brooks & Brooks online education session with Grace Dalgleish, hair-up queen Kayleigh Twigg will be holding a session on long hair on Wednesday 20 May at 1 pm BST. The team asks for donates by course attendees; they have raised more than £2,000 for NHS charities in the first session, and they hope to raise much-needed funds for The Hair and Beauty Charity with their second session now.
The three-hour session will cover everything a stylist needs to know about long hair including braiding, twists and prepping hair; modern hair styles; tonging techniques; how to get the perfect undone styles, all in an easy step-by-step format. Essential and very informative.
Co-founder Sally Brooks says: “We were delighted with the response to our first online session and for our next session we have chosen The Hair and Beauty Charity to donate to. Our industry is going to need a bit of help after this pandemic is over, there are going to be people in our industry that need some support so all our donations will be going to the Hair & Beauty Charity to support hair and beauty professionals. If you have a fear of that hair-up client booked in your column, then watch Kayleigh give you easy techniques and remove any fear you may have!”
It’s for a good cause, so if you’d like to donate, you can do it HERE .
More at www.brooksandbrooks.co.uk
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