ClassesOffered-FeaturedImage

SCAA Classes

Share This Page:

Bobs & Bangs

Style this curly, sleek, or modernity undone. This above-the-shoulder cut is in no danger of going out of style. Learn how to take this classic cut to the next level. And whether they be side swept, curtain, or a bold bang, you’ll gain the confidence you need to offer your clients the perfect fringe for their style. It’s a great way to change things up without losing length.

The following is a list of tools needed for this class:

  • 6 cutting clips
  • 4 cutting combs
  • Shears
  • Texturizing shears
  • Razor
  • Spray bottle
  • Round brushes (3 different sizes)
  • Blow dryer
  • 3 towels

Pixie

Audrey Hepburn made this iconic—but it’s all the rage today! Learn how to accentuate those amazing cheekbones and vibrant eyes. Clients love the ease of care, and stylist love the frequent visits back!

The following is a list of tools needed for this class:

  • 6 cutting clips
  • 4 cutting combs
  • Shears
  • Texturizing shears
  • Razor
  • Spray bottle
  • Round brushes (3 different sizes)
  • Blow dryer
  • 3 towels

Perfecting the Long Layer

How often do we have a client who “wants something totally different but exactly the same length?” This cut maintains a client’s length while completely opening the facial features and redistributing bulky weight clients can’t do anything with. Instantly go from boring long layers to sexy, fun and interesting while maintaining the length she needs for her ponytail.

The following is a list of tools needed for this class:

  • Boar bristle brushes (3 different sizes)
  • Denman brush
  • Mason pearson brush
  • Razor
  • Plier feather razor
  • Cutting shears
  • 4 cutting combs
  • 6 clips
  • Blow dryer
  • 3 towels

Collar Length Shatter

Not everything we see on the runway and on celebrities translates onto our salon clients—but this is one that’s here to stay! Learn how to give this length a modern edge that could take on the cover of W!

The following is a list of tools needed for this class:

  • 6 cutting clips
  • 4 cutting combs
  • Shears
  • Texturizing shears
  • Razor
  • Spray bottle
  • Round brushes (3 different sizes)
  • Blow dryer
  • 3 towels

Men’s #11 Edelman

This modified 50′s cut is dynamic, versatile, sophisticated and sporty. An easy crossover from business to trendy, this cut focuses on personal style and finishing work. Men’s grooming has definitely reached a new level; it goes beyond the barber shop/salon. This cut breaches techniques between stylist and barber.

The following is a list of tools needed for this class:

  • Shears
  • Blending/thinning shears
  • Feather razor
  • Combs (cutting comb, wide tooth comb, clipper comb)
  • Brushes (Denman brush, vent brush, sm/med round brush)
  • Clippers (Andis masters, Oster fast feed)
  • Edgers (Wahl detailers, Andis t-liners)
  • Clipper guards- #0 – #4 (sizes will vary depending on which brand/style of clippers you are using)

Note: These are suggested models, you can bring whichever clippers/edgers you are currently using.


Beyond the Chair

Learn to create and nurture a team environment. We’ll discuss strategies to help you increase revenue, build and keep a loyal client base, and make the most of your current clientele.

The following is a list of tools needed for this class:

  • Paper
  • Pens
  • An open mind!

European Blow-dry

Learn the fastest and longest-lasting blow-dry technique around! Build and expand your relationship with new and existing clients by giving them beautiful finish work. When your clients leave the salon feeling amazing, they’ll be putty in your hands, allowing easy upsselling of your other services.

The following is a list of items needed for this class:

  • A live model to work with
  • Brushes, preferably boar bristle (we recommend Avena Triangolo) in 2 ¼”, 1 ½”, and 1 ¼” sizes
  • Blow dryer with nozzle
  • 4 clips
  • Curling iron (1 ¼”, preferably Bio Ionic Stylewinder)
  • Box of aluminum duckbill clips
  • 4 towels

Stress-Free Razoring Techniques

Learn proper nape razor techniques to create movement and texture. Learn a cut that has all of the benefits of a short razored haircut while maintaining a longer perimeter. This is the perfect fusion of a razored graduated cut and a one-length razored bob. Learn to remove bulk and create maximum movement without cutting short layers—a beautiful way to give clients an edgy feeling without an outwardly edgy appearance.

The following is a list of tools needed for this class:

  • Boar bristle brushes (3 different sizes)
  • Denman brush
  • Mason pearson brush
  • Razor
  • Plier feather razor
  • Cutting shears
  • 4 cutting combs
  • 6 clips
  • Blow dryer
  • 3 towels

Break Down a Balayage

Learn the fastest and latest techniques from resident balayage guru Brittney! From soft and natural to bold and daring, balayage offers something to suit everyone. This class will teach you the step-by-step process from consultation to the finished product. You’ll learn ways to give your clients the natural look they’ve always wanted in a unique and trendy way.

The following is a list of tools needed for this class:

  • Gloves
  • Spray bottle
  • 6 clips
  • Rat tail combs
  • Round brushes (3 different sizes)
  • Blow dryer
  • 3 bowls
  • 3 color brushes
  • 3 towels
  • Pen
  • Paper

Transitioning from Foils to Balayage

It can be difficult to move a client from traditional foiling to wanting a more modern balayage—and it’s not for everyone. If this is the direction that you’re nudging your client in, don’t let your fear get in the way. Learn how successfully and beautifully transition your clients through our highlight and erase technique.

The following is a list of tools needed for this class:

  • Gloves
  • Spray bottle
  • 6 clips
  • Rat tail combs
  • Round brushes (3 different sizes)
  • Blow dryer
  • 3 bowls
  • 3 color brushes
  • 3 towels
  • Pen
  • Paper

Beautiful Bridal Updos

There’s nothing more special than being able to give your clients the hairstyle of their dreams on their big day. This class will give you the tools and the confidence to do just that! We will cover a mix of classic and modern looks to suit any bride with a focus on how to build the proper foundations for long nights of dancing or long veils.

The following is a list of tools needed for this class:

  • Curling iron (½ inch, 1 inch)
  • Flat iron
  • Elastics, bungees
  • Bobbi and hair pins
  • Tail comb
  • Pin curl, setting clips
  • Sectioning clips
  • Natural bristle finishing brush
  • Round brush

Modern Updos & Braiding

What’s hot right now? Do you love red carpet looks? In this class, you will learn how to adapt high-fashion hairstyles for your everyday clientele. We will cover several different trends such as braiding, sexy waves, and the perfectly-undone ‘do.

The following is a list of tools needed for this class:

  • Curling iron (½ inch, 1 inch)
  • Flat iron
  • Elastics, bungees
  • Bobbi and hair pins
  • Tail comb
  • Pin curl, setting clips
  • Sectioning clips
  • Natural bristle finishing brush
  • Round brush
  • 3 towels

The Art of Hair Sewing

Here you’ll learn one of the coolest and most modern techniques in updo styling. No pins that feel too tight, or styles that feel too deliberate. Your clients will love these looks that are soft and deconstructed, yet last through a night full of fun and dancing.

The following is a list of tools needed for this class:

  • Blow dryer
  • Flat iron
  • Curling iron
  • Plastic needle and thread (Kevin Murphy)
  • Spray bottle
  • 3 towels

Let’s Make It Modern

Learn to give even your most classic clients a modern edge–it’s all in the details! This class focuses on customizing and updating classic styles to make them more modern, understated and chic.

The following is a list of tools needed for this class:

  • 6 cutting clips
  • 4 cutting combs
  • Shears
  • Texturizing shears
  • Razor
  • Spray bottle
  • Round brushes (3 different sizes)
  • Blow dryer
  • 3 towels

Backstage with Tim Ro

Learn what makes the world go round backstage at the hottest runway shows with resident celebrity stylist Tim Ro. A photographer will be present during this class to help simulate a full photo shoot experience, and each stylist will work with them to get shots of their completed work at the end of the class.

The following is a list of items needed for this class:

  • A live model to work with
  • Blow dryer
  • Curling iron (bring a few different sizes)
  • Flat iron
  • Mason Pearson flat brush
  • Paddle brush
  • Round brushes (3 different sizes)
  • 8 sectioning clips
  • Box of duckbill clips
  • Box of pincurl clips (single prong)
  • Fine tooth tail comb
  • Wide tooth tail comb
  • Box of large U pins
  • Box of bobby pins
  • Hair bungees
  • Black and clear elastics
  • Elastic cord
  • Diffuser
  • 3 towels
  • Spray bottle

 

About SCAA »

Meet Our Educators »

Class Schedule »