With the popularity of pop-up classes and workshops these days you can pretty much learn “how to” do anything. From hand lettering and planting a succulent terrarium to weaving a wall hanging or painting a wooden sign, the possibilities are endless. All of these are excellent hobbies (and kudos to you if you’ve tried them) but how about learning a skill you could use every day?
As women, styling our hair is always a priority. Whether it’s trying to master that beachy wave or get the perfect messy bun or to just get those darn bangs to lay right. When your hair looks great, you feel great. One of the most frequent comments i hear in the salon is “I wish you could just come to my house and style my hair every day!” Obviously that’s not realistic (unless you win the lotto and want to put me on salary- then I’d be at your beck and call!)
With that being said, I am making it my MISSION to educate women on how to style their OWN hair. Now that’s a skill worth learning!
I realize that the internet is overrun with hair tutorials and I’m sure you’ve even watched a few yourself with little luck. The problem is that watching someone style their hair on video and translating that onto yourself while looking in a mirror is complicated and challenging. You could watch a MILLION beachy wave tutorials but if you are holding your curling iron backwards, it will be a disaster every time.
Enter, Hands on Hair. Imagine a night with girlfriends where you can learn how to master that elusive beachy wave together. (SO FUN, Right?!) And that’s not all, with a list of styles to choose from, each class can be customized so you can make sure to learn something you will actually put to good use (no offense succulent planters and basket weavers).
With an arsenal of awesome Vans Strands tips and tricks under your belt, I know that you can truly make every day a GOOD HAIR DAY! So, in honor of the Official Launch of Hands on Hair I am doing a tutorial every Tuesday! (wait, didn’t she just say that these tutorials don’t work?) I know, I know… My plan is to keep the tutorials here on the website and on my YouTube channel so that you can go back and reference them after you’ve attended a class! That way if you get stuck at home you can check back for a refresher anytime.
Happy Inaugural #HANDSONHAIR #tutorialtuesday!!
(*Please bear with me as I figure all of this out and excuse my awkward tendencies lol)
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