How to Become a Redken Certified Haircolorist

Redken is offering stylists a way to increase their business and generate new clients with the Redken Haircolor Certification. This program recognizes and rewards salon professionals who possess exceptional technical skills and a passion for haircolor. Redken Certified Haircolorists receive a special listing on Redken.com and a personal profile page, a certificate to display in their salon, press kit and logo usage rights to create documents that promote their status as a Redken Certified Haircolorist, and a pin to identify stylists as a member of this group.

To become a Redken Certified Haircolorist, stylists must pass a comprehensive written, practical and scenario test based on haircolor principles, creative color, foil placement, color correction and brand knowledge. Log on to redken.com to learn more about becoming a Redken Certified Haircolorist.

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