Backstage Pass with Aubrey Loots at The Wella Studio NYC

Ever wanted to work Backstage at New York Fashion Week?

Created by Aubrey Loots, Wella Top Artist, Celebrity Stylist and owner of Studio DNA Salons, stylists learn what it takes to work backstage at Fashion Week. In this 2-day, hands-on seminar, you will learn a variety of classic and contemporary hairstyles, understand how to collaborate with a designer, have a meet and greet with a guest designer and understand key elements of backstage work, such as teamwork, backstage protocol, working on live models, managing quick changes and for your finale, you will present a mini runway or model installation. Plus On completion of this 2-day seminar, you are automatically eligible to assist Aubrey Loots backstage at a show during NYC Fashion Week.

FEBRUARY 7-8, 2016

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10AM – 4PM

Cost: $900

The Wella Studio NYC

599 BROADWAY, 3RD FLOOR

CORNER OF BROADWAY / HOUSTON

NEW YORK, NY 10012

“Aubrey Loots Backstage Pass workshop was the class I have been looking for since I got out of hair school 8 years ago," says Stephanie Von Meijer. "Aubrey and his team help you understand all the details that go along with working Fashion week, from styling hair cohesively, team work, and great time management skills. I 100% recommend this class to all stylists that wish to work backstage during fashion week!

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About: Wella’s products help make beauty dreams real every day for millions of stylists and consumers worldwide. Wella brands are distributed in more than 180,000 salons across the globe, and include Wella Professionals Care and Styling as well as Koleston Perfect, Illumina Color, Color Touch and Blondor by Wella Professionals; Sebastian Professional; Clairol Professional and Nioxin. The Vidal Sassoon Professional Beauty Education Scholarship grant is part of Wella’s “Hairdressers at Heart,” an industry-wide program that supports stylists at each stage of their career with scholarships, through artistic competition, and with assisted child care and salon grants for community service.

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