The Fellowship for British Hairdressing is delighted to announce the latest new additions to its teams, ready to commence a 12-month schedule of exciting opportunities, education and insight from some of the most inspirational names in hairdressing.
The PROJECT: X and PROJECT: Colour teams both had spaces for new members to join, and after receiving a huge amount of applications, both Projects have filled their gaps with brilliant new names, ready to take their careers to the next level.
PROJECT: X (see team photo above) provides ongoing education for hairdressers of any age, proving that the best hairdressers never stop learning. Team Leader Angelo Vallillo from DNA Artspace will be guiding the team through a year of exceptional learning, bringing his experience in both the session and shoot world together for a dynamic combination of skills. Joining PROJECT: X for 2021 are: Nicola Hamm from Escape Hair Lounge; Thomas Worth from Tint; Arif Arikan from Alice and the Hair; and Reina Boddy from Joseph Ferraro Hair
PROJECT: Colour (see team photo below) is the only program of its kind, bringing together the very best in colour training with no brand allegiance; just the best names in the industry for one of its kind colour education. The team is led by Paul Dennison from Ken Picton Salon – a multi award-winning educator and colourist, who has taught across the globe. Joining PROJECT: COLOUR for 2021 are: Rita Tuska from Joseph Ferraro Hair; and Leigh-Anne Stacey Grant from Yoke the Salon. The new members will now join the existing teams when they restart in January, for an exciting year of personal and professional development across all aspects of hair.
“We’re delighted to have a full suite of Projects ready to go in 2021, packed with hairdressers who are dedicated to furthering their skill sets and careers as part of the Fellowship,” says Fellowship President, Ken Picton. “Our Projects are a breeding ground for new talent, and we can’t wait to see where these members are in 12 months’ time.”
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