Earn 10 hours CPD for each completed course
This advanced online creative hairdressing course from Mazella&Palmer is designed to inspire and push your skills to the next level. The collection incorporates multiple hair cutting techniques and demonstrates how they can be combined to create modern and flattering shapes on clients. Since forming Mazella&Palmer in 2011, Jean Baptiste Mazella and Dove Palmer have been in demand around the world, working in the UK, France, Russia, and Taiwan to name a few. While their backgrounds are diverse - Jean Baptiste is French and Dove English, their philosophy is the same, "Not just how to cut hair, but why." They teach the fundamentals of technique and demonstrate to their students when to use them, how to use them and why to use them. From these solid building blocks, they go on to create exciting and modern hairstyles that are as adaptable as they are beautiful. On completion you can download, print and share a CPD Certificate of Recognition endorsed by VTCT and ITEC.
In Mazella&Palmer’s final haircutting tutorial Dove Palmer integrates a soft, round layered underneath, curved with a disconnected fringe and a disconnected teardrop over the eye. The shape is further enhanced by a disconnected triangle, providing texture and movement through the top. The triple elements work together to allow a multitude of styling options from this elegant short look.
Mazella&Palmer's fourth hairdressing tutorial in the series features Dove Palmer producing a triangular graduated shape with an undercut on the right-hand side and a bold fringe. This section moves back into the side areas to open up the face shape. The final result is a celebration of asymmetry and triangular graduation with a fringe reveal option.
Mazella&Palmer's men's creative haircut by Jean Baptiste Mazella cleverly combines techniques including flat graduation on one side, layering on the other side and disconnection through the parting. The final result is an amalgam of graduation and layering for an asymmetric groomed interior with diffused and disconnected pieces for an undone, relaxed and romantic edge.
In lesson 2 of the Mazella&Palmer's creative hair cutting course, Jean Baptiste Mazella demonstrates a short overlapping layered haircut with a strong visual outline and a bowl fringe created for the Fitz collection. The finished result is a flat symmetrical silhouette supporting an offset weightless disconnection and a partially concealed bowl fringe.
In Mazella&Palmer's first hairdressing tutorial Dove Palmer uses four areas of sectioning, each of which builds to create a soft multi level look. Dove combines acute and light layering and graduation to produce a heavy rounded shape with a subtle undercut and extreme length.