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Fashion & Beauty

  • Written by N. Lewis


Feature Hair Boutique of Inner City Sydney NSW has created a boutique style method for specialised upstyle workshops. Learn to create vintage waves, bridal upstyles, classic long hair and short hair  formal styles in an intensive "boot camp" structured course. 

The course begins with an in depth consultation analysis exercise to assist with determining exactly what your clients needs are. This includes ideal hair shape, structure, texture, length, density, accessory suitability and design finish. 
Soon after the students will learn to perform individualised methods of classic and modern upstyling with easy step by step instructions. 

After finishing this level the students will have the ability to learn long hair styling and long lasting finishing techniques. These styles include learning the various techniques with a curling rod, vintage curler, waver, pin curls, hairdryer, thermal rod and much more! The combination of both techniques will conclude in learning the half up half down method. 

Learn to achieve beautiful long lasting bridal, formal, vintage, daytime and outdoor methods of artistry. 
 
This well designed intricate formality of an intensive hairstyling art course is an investment of just $200
 
A certificate of skill completion is rewarded after full Course has ended. 
 
This unique one on one course runs 7 days a week, Monday - Friday 9am- 4pm
 
To book please contact: 
0450039184 

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