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Comment by nicole ely on November 6, 2011 at 8:23am
I wanted to share how much the new spray Damage Remedy Treatment has changed my bottom line.  I have incorporated it into my consultation with each guest.  It takes little to no extra time (5 min max) and some guests I leave it in.  It increased my average ticket and now I just say to myself my haircuts cost this.......It has worked and i think I have only had two people say no in 3 weeks.  It is an easy sale and everyone needs it and they love it.  Just put it in your mind like it is part of discussing the length or color tone of the hair, be passionate and genuine and you will sell it to almost everyone.  LOVE IT!!!!
Comment by Lindsay Lara on October 2, 2011 at 10:07pm

I want to know what happened at congress, like what the show was.

urgh i couldnt attend the viewing at Aveda- Houston.

Comment by Lupe Voss on September 23, 2011 at 11:44pm

8 days till Congress!!! what are you gonna wear??? SO excited to see you all in Minneapolis. Make sure to you rest up NOW! It's gonna be a party!

Peace,

Lupe

Comment by Gerard Scarpaci on September 23, 2011 at 2:58pm


 

ARROJO Expo goes to Atlanta October 9-10. A two-day immersion in our multi-award-winning culture, it’s chance to come see what we do, practice what we do, get the education and inspiration to make 2012 your most successful year yet. 

 

 

Expo Day 1: 

 

Location: Variety Playhouse, 1099 Euclid Ave., Atlanta GA 30307

Doors Open: 6:30pm. Show Starts: 7pm 

 

At this rousing and iconic venue, Nick Arrojo and ARROJO master stylists present a series of trend forecasts, pioneering techniques, and newest innovations in modern scissor and razor cutting, creative and fashion-forward color. These back-to-back editorial presentations look to the future of hair, fashion and style. Day one tickets are only $50, and they can be purchased online. To do that now, click here

 

End Time: 9pm. After Party: 9 till 12. 

 

Location: Five Spot, 1123Euclid Ave., Atlanta GA 30307

 

Part of our culture is to hang-out with like-minded people, share thoughts and ideas, have fun. Day One ends with socializing and mingling and cocktail drinking! Everyone who came to the Day One Show is invited to join us as we relax and unwind, talk creativity and craft, and enjoy good times at Five Spot, just a few blocks from Variety Playhouse. 

 

Hotels, Please Note: If you are from out of town and want to attend both days, we are currently arranging special hotel room rates for Expo guests. Updated info will be posted, here, soon. 

 

 

Expo Day 2:

 

Day Two is all education: We facilitate simultaneous, hands-on workshops covering aspects of successful, contemporary hairdressing, including: razor-cutting, coloring, editorial, and business-building with Nick. Tickets to attend one of the Day Two workshops are $299. Workshops take place in the morning and afternoon. One morning or afternoon session constitutes one $299 workshop. Attendees can choose to purchase a morning or afternoon workshop, or both a morning and afternoon workshop. 

 

Day Two Workshops: 

 

Editorial Trends 

 

Morning Workshop: 9am - 12pm / Afternoon Workshop: 2 - 5pm 

 

Location: LUX Salon, 318 Cherokee Ave, Suite 108, Atlanta GA 30312

 

Description: This editorial styling class takes inspiration from the Characterscollection, which is a feature of Expo Day One. Improve your portfolio, advance your styling and finishing techniques with clients, and craft authentic looks. A hands-on, see and do session putting you on the cutting-edge. 

 

Facilitated by ARROJO editorial master, Amanda Jenkins 

 

Progressive Razor-Cutting

 

Morning Workshop: 9am - 12pm / Afternoon Workshop: 2 - 5pm 

 

Location: Intrigue Salon, 1314 Johnson Ferry Road, Marietta, GA 30068

 

This practical workshop covers razor fundamentals in the morning and advanced razor techniques in the afternoon. 

 

Looking at how to execute layers, graduations, and one-length lines, the morning session is for inexperienced razor-cutters, or any stylist who wants to add technical precision to their own razor-cutting. 

 

The afternoon session is the perfect progression from fundamentals to advanced. Focused on ultra-modern, trendsetting, and sophisticated razor techniques, it’s a great workshop to improve creative versatility and awareness. 

 

Facilitated by ARROJO masters, Gerard Scarpaci and Lina Arrojo 

 

 

Color Trends 

 

Morning Workshop: 9am - 12pm / Afternoon Workshop: 2 - 5pm 

 

Location: Shear Love Salon, 698 Cleburne Terrace, Atlanta, GA 30306

 

Ombre, X pattern highlighting, see-saw sectioning, hair painting, matching the fall of the color to the shape of the cut all come into the light as we teach a contemporary, client-compatible approach that crafts perfect styles, authentic colors. This see and do session also teaches how to adapt salon-friendly colors into advanced editorial looks. 

 

Facilitated by ARROJO masters, James Edick and Abby Theis

 

 

Up Close with Nick 

Morning Workshop: 9am - 12pm / Afternoon Workshop: 2 - 5pm 

 

Location: Ellis Hotel, 176 Peachtree St NW, Atlanta, GA 30303

 

A unique opportunity to take two different, but equally vital, seminar sessions with Nick Arrojo. 

 

In the morning, Nick conducts a business and brand building class. Using insights from turning ARROJO from a six-chair salon into a multi-award-winning, multifaceted brand inside ten years, this is the inside track on improving growth and profitability, reward and success in your own business. 

 

In the afternoon, Nick facilitates a hands-on cutting class. You practice Nick’s signature skills –– razor bob, swing bangs, advanced undercutting –– while under the supervision of the pioneer of these trailblazing techniques. 

 

Facilitated by Nick Arrojo

 

Please Note: For Up Close with Nick, you may purchase a morning-only workshop ticket for $299, or an all-day Up Close with Nick ticket for $550. You cannot purchase afternoon-only Up Close with Nick tickets.

 

Please remember Day One tickets ($50 each) are available for purchase online,here. Alternatively, Day One and / or Day Two Tickets can be purchased by telephone: Please call: 212 242 7786 ext 216 

Comment by Sage Ragasa on July 30, 2011 at 10:46pm
Hey there! I have snuggled into THE most lovey dovey group here in Gainesville Florida !Loni Carpenter is  open hearted  and ready to BLOW UP his team with education galore! and I could not be happier! OH! The Salon is Mode...I am at Mode West Loni also owns Mode East
Comment by Sarah Marie Bortner on July 23, 2011 at 8:42am
Prep hair with smooth infusion style prep smoother (defense against humitidy and heat styling) while wet. If hair is already dry you can use the brilliant damage control all over then brilliant hair spray (my fav!) then curl. Heat protection hold and shine!
Comment by Brittny Langan on July 22, 2011 at 11:06pm
Chelsea Stocks: Air Control Hair Spray. Its not exactly a "Thermal Styling Spray," however if the hair is prepped and styled with proper heat protecting products for the clients hair type the Air Control should give you the flexible smooth hold that you are looking for. :)) <3
Comment by Chelsea Stocks on July 22, 2011 at 10:58pm
Does anyone know avedas equivalent to a thermal styling spray?? I started working at an average salon in january. Used to use a different product line and loved their thermal spray. Now I feel like im at a loss when I try to curl my clients hair. Im currently using brilliant medium control non aresol spray. It works good for hold but it has alcohol as first ingredient so it doesn't replace a thermal spray.
Comment by Lisa Rowe on July 22, 2011 at 9:51pm
I'm starting the Aveda Institute in the fall and I'm searching for others like me to learn from & share what I'm learning. Would love advice, tips, guidance from anyone out there on what to follow, watch...anything that would help me on my path. Thanks!
Comment by Stacy L. Gilchrist on June 14, 2011 at 1:19pm

I need advice.  I have a new position at a salon where I will be managing/training and still behind the chair.  Its a small salon owned by someone not in the beauty industry (I know dont say it) which is why I signed up to help build the business that at this time is doing poorly.  If anyone has worked for or is an owner of a salon that is not originally in this business how do I communicate and help him understand what needs to happen to make this work.

 

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