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Sara Briscoe Real Colour Journey- Townsville (QLD)

Mon 17th Aug 2020, 9:30 am - 4:30 pm


$150 - $390 AUD

$150 - $390 AUD

De Lorenzo

Sara Briscoe Real Colour Journey- Townsville (QLD)

Date and Time

Mon 17th Aug 2020, 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
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Event description


Sara Briscoe from Roca Verde will take you on a colour

journey from the chair, to the basin to the final finish.

Get educated on how to achieve the perfect lived in

colour. Sara will cover colour placement, techniques

of low lights, highlights and where to leave negative

space. Followed by high impact basin work including

zone toning, basin balayage and achieving a beautiful


Sara will also touch on taking a blonde from light to a

more natural look in two easy steps.

This class is an open and honest class with NO question

off limits including business and team management.

Look and learn on a live model in the morning and

workshop the ideas on a mannequin in the afternoon.

Recommended for

Colourists who want to see what’s new and what

improvements we have made over the last few years.

Recap on our favourite techniques we just can’t live

without - as you know some things change and some

stay the same.

Sara will also cover when to rebook your clients for

maintenance toners and basin balayage to make your

colour business boom!

Session Focus

• Learn how to give your clients effortless, sun kissed

hair with an easy grow out.

• Learn the art of light and shade

• How to add depth to make your light pop

• Maximise a blonde feeling without harsh lines

Cost: $390 includes mannequin to keep 

Time: 1 day

Provided: Light refreshments and lunch

Bring: metal tail comb x 2, curling iron, hairdryer,

brushes, clips, combs and foil, drinking water bottle

Morning Look and Learn only | Cost: $150

Refund Policy

Refunds are available 14 days prior to the event

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