Great Lengths has launched a brand-new training course designed to teach balayage-inspired techniques. Learn Balayage Blends using extensions in place of colour application!
Beverley Rosser, founder of Rosser Hairdressing, Liverpool, a Great Lengths Elite status salon, will lead Balayage Blends. The course specifically offers clients a chemical-free route to flawless balayage.
Aimed at Great Lengths certified stylists wishing to extend their expertise, the day-long course will show attendees how to learn balayage blends. This is through the advanced face frame application method. The innovative technique uses Great Lengths bonds in contrasting shades. This mimics the effect of balayage, also without the need to colour the client’s hair.
Beverley will guide each student through a detailed practical of the Face Frame providing advice on application, placement and creating the perfect blend, before they take home placement patterns for all three looks. Students need to purchase the required hair ahead of the course and to bring a live model on the day.
“With the rise in popularity of balayage, many of my clients were increasingly asking to achieve unrealistic colour results in just one appointment,” says Beverley. “This course intends to achieve the unachievable using the perfect blend of Great Lengths bonds. These mimic the look of traditional hand-painted balayage. Not only that, but using extensions means that the service is chemical-free, so ideal for clients who are wary of potential damage from colour and bleach. I’m so excited to share these techniques. This is just another example of what can be achieved with Great Lengths extensions.”