Education to bebop yourself
‘bebop’ owners Pont Smith and Chloe Herve have travelled to Guernsey for the second time this year to deliver their recently-launched pioneering education concept.
Visiting both Tribe Hair and Hairtek, they delivered their new and exciting curriculum to both teams as part of an ongoing schedule to spread the word about their innovative teaching methods.
Following the success of opening their salon ‘bebop’ at Holloway Road in London, the duo have harnessed their combined knowledge and created ‘bebop education’, a wealth of simple but highly-effective techniques which is available to hair professionals at all levels. Already lead educators for the R+Co brand in the UK and Ireland, bebop’s own education platform explores a complete landscape of hairdressing, from precision cutting, wearable hair and men’s hair as well as investigating subcultures with references to art and fashion.
Herve said: “We not only show you the technique behind the haircut and iron out any bad habits, but also give you the thinking behind it in its most simplified form so that you can understand and apply it to your work – cutting hair should never be complicated.”