While in-person education is temporarily on hold, Moroccanoil is launching an online platform that provides stylists with top-notch education from the comfort of their homes.
As a leading creative and education-driven brand, Moroccanoil looks forward to rolling out comprehensive programming on MoroccanoilProfessionals.com (found under the “Digital Education” tab), providing hands-on, customized education to stylists in this virtual landscape. Stylists and salon professionals will now be able to learn from the comprehensive roster of Moroccanoil Global Educators from around the world from the comfort of their homes and salons—advancing the way stylists can expand their professional toolkits in this digital-first landscape.
In addition to the new Moroccanoil Professionals Online Education platform, Moroccanoil will continue offering free virtual classes via Instagram Live.
Annual memberships are priced at $99.99 per year (non-refundable) or $14.99 per month and include access to a rolling catalog of online classes and other benefits:
- Two new artistry classes per month, with step-by-step technique breakdowns
- One new business class per month, with efficient ways to increase revenue in the salon
- 25% off Academy tickets
- 25% off all-day Livestream Summits
- A digital workbook
- Surprise live video classes from global educators around the world
- Stylist gift bag featuring essential Moroccanoil hair care and styling products valued at more than $200 – Annual Membership Only
Stylists can register immediately for Online Education courses at Moroccanoilprofessionals.com starting October 21st. As Moroccanoil adapts to accommodate stylists in this new digital landscape, the brand also looks forward to safely re-opening the Moroccanoil Academy in New York City at limited capacity closer to the end of the year. Classes at the Moroccanoil Academy range from 1-day to 3-day workshops ($400–$2,000) and offer a truly immersive experience, complete with the use of Moroccanoil products and styling tools, firsthand demos, real-time interaction with instructors, and smaller student-to-teacher ratios.