Let's talk Education: Taking your Craft to the Next Level

As a hair artist, you value yourself and your skills so you’re not afraid of learning what else is out there! So whether it’s perfecting your balayage technique or mastering the latest trend/s, you’re one dedicated professional who knows investing in your expertise is only going to benefit you in the long run!! So how do you do this? Through education, of course! Education is what keeps us evolving, adapting, and excelling in an ever-changing industry. But for hairdressers, staying educated isn't just a bonus, it’s a necessity - here’s why:

Mastery of Techniques
From the perfect foiling method to the latest in hair health technology, new techniques are constantly being developed. Education helps you refine and learn new skills, ensuring we can offer the best services possible.
Building client trust and satisfaction
Confidence in your skills not only improves your performance but also reassures your clients that they’re in expert hands. Why is this so important? Establishing trust with your guest will not only make them feel comfortable with your skills and service but will keep them coming back – but you already know that!
Developing a Personalised Approach
Education opens you up to a wealth of opportunity. It pushes you out of our comfort zone and encourages experimentation. The more you learn, the more creative you become - leading you to adopt your own unique and personalised approach that sets you apart and nurtures a strong client base.
Professional Growth
Investing in education is investing in your future. Advanced certifications, specialised training, and continual learning open doors to new opportunities. Whether it’s becoming an expert hair artist, a salon owner, or an educator yourself, your education lays the foundation for career growth.


Want to further your education, but don’t know where to start? Here are some ways to keep your educational journey alive:
  • Attend Workshops: receive hands-on learning from industry leaders with a wealth of knowledge to share
  • Online Courses: enjoy a flexible approach to learning
  • Trade Shows and Expos: discover the latest products, techniques, and trends
  • Networking: engage with fellow professionals to share your knowledge and experiences
Here at Foil Me, we believe that education is crucial to helping you achieve your full potential. That’s why we’ve made it our focus to support educators in their mission to share their wisdom with hairdressers far and wide! What do we mean by ‘support’, you might be wondering?
Beyond being genuinely invested in the work our educators do, there are a few other ways we advocate for their work:
Interact with their content on social media
We absolutely ADORE seeing social media snippets from our educators’ workshops. From the atmosphere to their passion, these sneak peaks always put a smile on our faces; seeing educators in their element is nothing short of inspiring!
Support their workshops
Over the years, we’ve been fortunate to build strong and lasting relationships with educators across the world. To show our appreciation for the work they do, we sponsor and promote their workshops however we can, usually by providing foils for them and their attendees and by sharing their workshops on social media.
Here are the educators we’ve supported so far this year:
Kim Haberley
Boho Blonde Transformation
Kaine Vakai
The Art of Colour Correction
Sheree Knobel
Coastal Blondes
Michael Kelly
Luxurious Colour Techniques for Blondes, Brondes & more
Sara Briscoe
Effortless Blondes and Brondes
Rebecca Wood
Balayage for Beginners
Tia Lambourn
@tialambournhair | @theblondingbible
Blonde and Balayage
Mikki Auld
Boho Blondes and Balayage
Amelia Nasser
Blonding, social media & more
Meraki Hair by Danni
Blonde and Lived-in Colour

UK TOUR | JULY 20th – JULY 28th
Want to know more about who we’ve supported over the past few years? Click here.
Education means pushing boundaries, setting standards, and continuously striving for excellence. Stay curious, stay inspired, and keep educating yourself. After all, isn’t that what it’s all about?

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