This beautiful transformation was created using Wella Professionals Colour Fresh Create! Speak to your local FG Salon if you would like to book in for a creative colour change using this brand new range by Wella.
Colour Transformation by Heather from Francesco Group Stafford Salon & Academy. ... See MoreSee Less
Do you love this look using our new Colour Fresh Create range by Wella?
Here's everything you need to know!
You need to book in for a bespoke colour service and allow at least three hours for your appointment.
This is a high maintenance look and it will only last for a few days so it is worth booking in just before a big night out to get the most out of your look. If you would like it to last longer we recommend going a slightly bolder pink as this colour range will fade to the lighter pink beautifully. It is important to use the right products in your after care, we recommend using the Wella Professionals Fusion Range to give your hair more longevity with Colour Fresh Create, If you would like to purchase this range speak to your local FG Salon & they will be able to advise you.
This style works best on pre-lightened hair; this might involve an additional service, which will incur added cost and time to achieve your desired look, but we promise it will be worth it!
Cost: A bespoke colour starts from £70, but depending on your hair-type and colour it may cost more, speak to your local FG Salon to book in for a consultation to get an accurate price.
Colour: The colour used are Nu-Dist Pink & Tomorrow Clear from the Colour Fresh Create collection.
Did you know that when you have your hair Cut & Coloured the person doing it doesn’t have to be legally qualified? For doctors, nurses & dentists state registration is mandatory, but for hairdressers it isn’t.
Ben Dellicompagni is working with the Hair & Barber Council to bring about a parliamentary debate followed by a statutory change so that all practising hairdressers will be registered in order to work in the UK. At Francesco Group all of our stylists & colourists are qualified to at least Level 3 Status, this qualification incorporates advanced cutting and colouring techniques, advanced colour corrective knowledge and creative hair design. FG believe in implementing a Level 3 qualification to ensure that all of our Stylists begin their career with the tools to become successful Senior Stylists and we offer continuous training to ensure that they are always learning & improving.
Isn’t it scary to think these qualifications aren’t actually a legal requirement? In reality anyone could open up a hair salon and start cutting & colouring hair, which puts your safety at risk.
Ben Dellicompagni, also Vice Chair of The Hair & Barber Council, said:
“We have customers who think all hairdressers are highly trained professionals, yet the truth of the matter is that anyone can open up tomorrow and cut and colour hair.....We need to ensure that we are listening and doing all we can to protect consumers’ interests in our industry”.
A recent survey of 2,000 people revealed that 82% of people think hairdressers and barbers should be trained and qualified to practise in the UK, while 74% said all hairdressers and barbers should have a licence to show they have the necessary qualifications. Health and safety was another priority for consumers with 70% saying they would be concerned for their wellbeing if a hairdresser or barber was not properly trained or qualified.
What are your thoughts on this? Should all hairdressers be registered? If you are a hairdresser wanting to support the cause, you can join the Hair Council here: www.haircouncil.org.uk/pages/whyreg.html
Ashleigh Hodges had the pleasure of being the first of the creative hairdressing mentors for the Fellowship’s Project X team recently, as she brought the team together at alan d Education for a day of Avant Garde.
Ashleigh talked them through the foundations of Avant Garde techniques before an ‘arts and crafts’ session where the team made their own hair pieces and had a LOT of fun modelling each other’s work! ... See MoreSee Less
#ThrowbackThursday with this photo of Frank Dellicompagni and some of his clients back in the 1980s. If anyone can shed any light on why coins are being held up to the camera, we'd love to know! ... See MoreSee Less