I have been hairdressing for 22 years, 14 of which have been at KH Arnold.
Illumina colour provides the most natural looking colour result with a high shine.
Edward Darley Colour Director for Vidal Sassoon. I have had the luck to see him work a few time at the yearly wella colour congress. He also did a work shop with us when we did the MCE course at the wella studio.
I can think of number, but I think going to Hobs Academy in Camden London, was one of the best meetings/training sessions with Akin Konizi and Darren Bain. We did a two course of demos and workshops. It was amazing.
I love the training side of things creative colour and colour correction, as I think all hairdressers should have on going training. But in my heart of hearts I would love one day to become a salon Director.
I love Paloma Faith. As she goes from copper to blonde and back again but it is always on the warm side to suit her skin tone.
Katie Parry as I'm sure she would be up for a change. But I'm not feeling the green at the minute.
Developing creative and corrective colouring skills to the highest level goes with out saying, but for me the art of consultation and learning about skin tone. How to colour makes a big difference to how our skin tone looks, is the best skill a colour technician could have.
The ongoing training we get as MCEs from wella is second to none, we get so much support and training it's inspiring, whether it's at the yearly colour congress, sessions with guess stylist or a new product. It's great to know as MCEs we get to see/use it first.