2010 Energizing Summit Celebrates 10 Years of Haircolor Education

To be held June 13-14 at the LAX Marriott Hotel in Los Angeles, the 2010 Energizing Summit boasts more haircolor educators than any other event of this type.

“Truly, this sets a new standard in haircolor education. There is no giant arena with projectors, most classes have only 30 students,” said Andre Nizetich, president of the American Board of Certified Haircolorists (ABCH), who is hosting the event.

The classes cover all levels of haircoloring skills. In all there are 37 hands-on classes which range from technical nuts and bolts of dimensional haircolor and classes such as Speed Foiling, Caution: Entering The Red Zone, to Foil in the Fast Lane.

Then, there are the more creative hands-on classes such as Lights and Shadows and Dimensional Mastery. Each hands-on class has only 30 people, and all of the materials are furnished. The only thing the participants need to bring to the class is anything special they like to use. Even gloves and aprons are furnished

There are several classes taught from the ABCH curriculum. These classes will aid individuals who would like to become American Board Certified Haircolorist.

Some of the top educators in the country will be participating in the event such as Tom Dispenza, Miseal Aponte, Dhaniel Doud and Deb Rosenburg. Special guests include Don and Flonnie Westbrook teaching How to Make Millions Coloring Hair. Other instructors include Janice Spangler teaching How to Select the Perfect Haircolor and Jay Marshlick, who will be teaching Problem Solving Techniques.

You can go to haircolorist.com, click on Energizing Summit, and select only the classes you wish to attend. The prices have been reduced in celebration of the 10th anniversary.

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