Earn 10 hours CPD for each completed course
The Curls and Texture Collection is an advanced hairdressing course which teaches you five hairstyles that are ideal for clients who wish to enhance their natural curls and texture for low maintenance but fashionable looks. Featuring a range of haircuts demonstrated by Lee Stafford, Graham Oglesby, Stacey Broughton and Mazella&Palmer, this online haircutting course is perfect for experienced stylists seeking inspiration for curly and textured hair.
On completion you can download, print and share a CPD Certificate of Recognition endorsed by VTCT and ITEC.
In lesson one, Lee Stafford demonstrates a soft, understated unique technique for naturally curly hair. This cutting lesson teaches you how to break up natural curl beautifully, allowing the hair to be light and free. The result is a loose, naturally curly haircut that can easily incorporated into your salon essentials.
For lesson two, Graham Oglesby demonstrates a 70s inspired Shake, which is a perfect technique for thick and heavy natural waves or curls. The Shake is ideal for clients that are looking for a low maintenance mid to long length look. The result is a chic fashion classic, sultry and confident in nature this versatile layered look is timeless and suits a variety of face shapes and client attitudes.
Lesson three provides an in-depth tutorial of a disconnected layered shape for textured hair by Stacey Broughton. This look provides a luxurious, loose, romantic and quintessentially feminine result which is perfect for mid-length natural texture.
Mazella&Palmer continue in lesson four as they demonstrate how to control weight internally to enhance natural movement and create the perfect balance of shape and texture with adjustable distribution over the parting area.
Graham Oglesby completes the tutorials with lesson five in which he explores how a low graduate bob with disconnection using rounded sectioning from behind the ear to the center, combined with freehand techniques, can liberate natural texture without compromising on weight in key areas.