The Fellowship’s Project Extend, Clubstar Art Team, Project Colour and Project Sassoon have enjoyed an amazing experience at their July Project Teams days.
It’s been an exciting week for The Fellowship for British Hairdressing’s Project Teams as four of the teams, Project Extend, Clubstar Art Team, Project Colour and Project Sassoon, had their July Project Team Days.
The Project Extend team got to spend the day with Gary Hooker and Michael Young for a team photoshoot . It was one of the highlights of the project year! The shoot took place in the beautiful surroundings of Nashwhite in Warwick.
The team had spent weeks preparing for the shoot under the careful guidance of their Project Leader, Michelle Griffin. They were very happy to put what they had learnt into action on the day on their five models. The team also joined up with brand partners, Johnny Yip and Simon Stainton from Zen Hair Extensions. Also present was Emir Inanch from INANCH.
The Clubstar Art Team spent their Project Team Day at Spectrum Studios in Manchester. They were with educators Melissa Timperley, Sara Williams and Joe McMylor who presented a one-day cutting course focusing on the award-winning MT Precision Cutting Principles. This included learning about how to create super-straight, one length lines, round, square and triangle layering for any hair length and dealing with tricky areas i.e. fringes.
The Project Colour Team spent their day with Fellowship Mentor, Darrel Starkey, at the L’Oreal Professional London Academy. Darrel took the team through the wig process. He gave advice and education on colouring wigs and the best way of getting the most out of these hair pieces. The team left eager to push their creativity further and excited to implement wig work into their career.
As part of their Project Team Day, Project Sassoon had a photoshoot for their upcoming collection. They spent Monday at House of Sassoon prepping for the shoot and on Tuesday they headed to SE1 Studios where the main shoot took place. Creative and Art Direction was covered by Mark Hayes, Damien Peers and Riess Hatcher and Chriz Bulezuik was the photographer. The inspiration was classic Sassoon, structured lines and geometric shapes.