Introduction To Framesi Colour 2020

04256 £25 £30.00 inc. VAT.

Course Details

Time: 10am - 4pm lunch provided please advise store of any dietary requirements.
Duration: One day
Pre Requisite: no experience needed
Equipment: No equipment needed

Course Description





Inspired by founder Roberto Franchina in Milan, Italy in 1945; Framesi Colour today still gives hairdressers around the world  a platform to blend beauty and fashion with individual artistry and creativity. The integrity of their products have become standard tools leading the way for professionals worldwide to Set Their Talent Free.

This introduction course will take you through the different colour brands under the Framesi umbrella Glamour, 2001 and Eclectic. Framesi Introduction Courses are a full and informative day with educators who are either Framesi Master Technicians or trained to the highest standard by Framesi Masters.

 FRAMESI –  forever and always dedicated to the professional hairdresser with innovative, high quality hair care products that deliver in salon precision, predictability and performance.

What is – Introduction to Framesi Colour?
An overview of one of Italy's largest colour brands.
What are the brands under the Framesi umbrella and how do you as a new user get the best out of them?
Your first step on your Framesi educational Journey.

What happens on the day
  • Introduction – what are your expectations of the day?
  • An insight into who Framesi are and what their brand can do
  • Education on all the colour brands under the Framesi umbrella – Glamour, 2001 and Eclectic
  • Conclusion – did you achieve the expectations you wrote down at the start of the course?


Once you have the basics covered we have a selection of courses to take you on your  Framesi Educational Journey.
We show you how to
colour correct and have great technical courses which expand upon the rest of the Framesi range.
We also offer a
Masters Course for those who have been using Framesi for over three months.
 

Course Dates

Date Location
11 February 2020
Liverpool
11 February 2020
Bristol
17 February 2020
Cardiff
17 February 2020
Yeovil
18 February 2020
Plymouth
24 February 2020
Swansea
24 February 2020
Cheltenham
24 February 2020
Oldbury
25 February 2020
Hereford
26 February 2020
Hull
4 March 2020
Luton
9 March 2020
Birmingham
10 March 2020
Nottingham
10 March 2020
Cambridge
11 March 2020
Worcester
17 March 2020
Hull
17 March 2020
Coventry
18 March 2020
Tamworth
23 March 2020
Truro
1 June 2020
Liverpool
1 June 2020
Tamworth
2 June 2020
Hull
2 June 2020
Plymouth
2 June 2020
Hereford
3 June 2020
Worcester
8 June 2020
Northampton
8 June 2020
Manchester
8 June 2020
Cheltenham
8 June 2020
Oldbury
9 June 2020
Truro
9 June 2020
Bristol
10 June 2020
London
15 June 2020
Nottingham
15 June 2020
Swansea
15 June 2020
Yeovil
16 June 2020
Birmingham
17 June 2020
Cambridge
22 June 2020
Cardiff
22 June 2020
Coventry
23 June 2020
Luton
12 October 2020
Manchester
12 October 2020
Cardiff
12 October 2020
Plymouth
12 October 2020
Birmingham
13 October 2020
Northampton
13 October 2020
Coventry
14 October 2020
Cambridge
19 October 2020
Swansea
19 October 2020
Yeovil
19 October 2020
Oldbury
20 October 2020
Liverpool
20 October 2020
Nottingham
20 October 2020
Hereford
20 October 2020
Tamworth
21 October 2020
Hull
26 October 2020
Cheltenham
27 October 2020
London
27 October 2020
Worcester
28 October 2020
Luton
28 October 2020
Truro