Wella Studio, LA Debuts Exciting New Seminars on the Runway

During an evening of creative inspiration for its Studio Calendar Showcase, The Studio LA entertained attendees on the runway with the help of special guest Stephen Moody, Global Education Academy Dean for Wella North America. He was joined by Studio Artistic Team members Frank Andrade and Victoria Thurman Hall, along with Anthony Cress from the Sebastian Design Team. Together they showcased the latest trends and featured highlights from upcoming premiere seminars, including the Wella Professionals Couture Color workshop and Sebastian Gallery Jam Session: Cut, Color and Style; a 2-day intensive, studio-exclusive seminar that covers all 9 Sebastian cutting techniques.

For those looking to challenge their styling and competition skills, Groundwork: WNA with 2-time NAHA winner Anthony Cress prepares attendees for entry in Sebastian’s What’s Next Awards. “We decided to offer this seminar because we understand that it can often be difficult to pull a team together of quality professionals – photographer, makeup and wardrobe,” said Christina Mccarver, the North America Director of Education for Sebastian Professional. “The seminar can truly build a stylist’s eye during the process of developing their entry. This type of development alone is a powerful strength that translates behind the chair and lives and grows for the rest of their careers.”

Moody also gave a preview of his upcoming seminar, Holistic Color, Cut & Finish with color expert Victoria Thurman Hall. The 3-day seminar will provide a step-by-step total service approach to harmonizing color, cut and finish, driven by a suggestive consultation involving fun looks that will invoke growth to a modern and contemporary clientele. The seminar will conclude with a hands-on photo shoot, and attendees will leave with a professional photograph of their model that can be used to market themselves and their business.

For more information and to register, visit wellainteractive.com.

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