Project X Spends Day with Bruce Masefield

The Fellowship for British Hairdressing’s Project X Team was delighted to be able to spend the day with Bruce Masefield at the Wella Studio. Bruce’s passion, dedication and commitment to his craft has kept him at the forefront of the hairdressing industry for three decades.

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From looking after his clientele in the salon to being on a magazine shoot. Bruce’s ability to combine international fashion with contemporary, expertly polished hair means that he is constantly pushing the boundaries and intuitively knows what looks will give you that chic, sexy and fresh edge to your hair. Bruce took the Project X team through the art of cutting. Sharing his knowledge and expertise, the team worked on live models to master the art of precision cutting.

“Such an Amazing Opportunity”

Had a really lovely day with the team at Bruce and the Wella Studios are amazing,” says Chris Donohue. “It was really insightful to hear about creating hair that moves in images; also how the history of Sassoon evolved into something a little less regimented. I was very happy I got to try a new way of approach for a graduated bob and super happy with my outcome and feeling much more confident and re-energised into doing them again.”

“Having a day with someone like Bruce Masefield was honestly such an amazing opportunity,” adds Sam Arnold. “Someone who loves cutting and sculpting hair, a day with him was honestly so amazing. Bruce is such an artist with hair; learning tips and tricks from him, from someone of his calibre was so insightful and inspiring! Thank you so much Bruce!!” Tanahya Nash added: “Our Bruce Masefield education day was really insightful. It was really interesting learning from Bruce about his journey in the industry. I picked up some really great stylist tips for shoot work. I cut a mullet on my model Amy; Bruce helped me approach it differently than I would have and taught me some great tips on disconnection.”

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The Fellowship for British Hairdressing began in 1946. Over the years has grown in stature and now covers many areas of the professional hairdressing industry. The independent, non-political organisation focuses on promoting artistic and creative quality; it also provides support for future hairdressing talent keen to make their own mark in the industry. All the projects nurture sills and provide a career pathway – ClubStar, PROJECT: X, PROJECT: Colour and PROJECT: Men and the coveted F.A.M.E. Team.

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