Home' INSTYLE Magazine : INSTYLE NOVDEC 2015 Contents VALONZ LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE
EDITORIAL OFFERINGS, stylist profiles, hair how-to’s
and other features headline the newly redesigned Valonz
website. Featuring a ‘webazine’ that includes runway and
red carpet looks, product features, beauty articles, behind
the scenes information and more, the chic new site shows
off the editorial side of the salon.
The ‘Valonz TV’ platform showcases these aspects in
a more visual way, highlighting prolific Valonz stylists
such as Renya Xydis as they work their magic backstage or
Profiling each salon in the Valonz franchise, the website
provides an engaging and unique way for the salon to
converse with it’s clients.
NEW KAO ACADEMY
KAO SALON HAS OPENED their new training Academy in the
Brisbane suburb of Milton, just minutes from the CBD.
The ultimate environment for knowledge enhancement has landed
in Queensland, calling in some of Brisbane’s leading salon owners,
educators and mentors from across the country, including a special
visit from founder of Jon Le Court Salons, Jon Le Court. Celebrating
the slickest salon education space we’ve seen for some time – it’s
evident that Goldwell are not only tuned into stylists off the back of
their ‘We think stylist’ campaign, but are investing in the forever-
changing needs of hairdressers and salon owners.
Combining an official opening with a nod to young talent, Goldwell
presented their Queensland rising stars team. Each presenting
models and the latest global trends translated into a workable salon
service – Madison Lamb from Luke Reynolds Hairdressing, Bree Munt
from The Ruby Room and Rebekah Thomas from Bach Hair put on a
live showcase that fused both their own inspirations with various ‘IT
looks of the season’.
White-wash wooden-look flooring, crisp white cabinetry, impressive
colour bar and LED lighting give the Academy a crisp and contemporary
feel – the perfect setting for creative mastery and leading results in
colour and styling.
Running globally aligned programs that are accredited and matched
to the Australian Hairdressing Training package, “the Academy enables
stylists to be rewarded and recognized for their development and
training both nationally and internationally,” said KAO Salon Education
Director, Rita Marcon.
RPR GETS A MAKEOVER
THERE’S A NEW look and a new
range involved in the highly
anticipated RPR makeover.
A unique price point merged with
quality products equals what the
brand feels is a recipe for success.
“Our philosophy has always
been to offer advanced products at
the best value possible,” said RPR
Owner, Andrew Ganim. “This
time we have pushed the bounds
and are reducing our prices while
at the same time putting the most advanced natural and scientific
ingredients on the market in our blends.”
The new products are based on global consumer trends including
the need for botanical extracts, illuminating products, colour
care, hydration and moisture, thicker and fuller hair, anti-ageing,
strengthening, smoothing, fri zz control, repairing, and oils. The
products are also paraben free, packaged in recyclable materials and
do not test on animals.
rprhairca re.com .au
ROKK EBONY STYLES COLLINS PLACE
SALON GROUP ROKK Ebony were at the centre of
Melbourne Spring Fashion Week: Curated, styling twenty
models for the Collins Place catwalk.
Stylists from both Rokk Ebony and Rokk Man Barbers
traded their usual roles backstage in editorial shoots for
a backstage-runway pass, creating hair to complement
both the racing and party season. Rokk Ebony was the
only salon with a stand-alone event at the prestigious
Rokk Ebony the brand and the people were centre stage
throughout the day, with the team demonstrating two
intricate, on-trend looks live, showcasing how to create
the ideal Side Tie and Faux Bob.
The runway featured new outfits from Collins Place
stores including Boxt Jewellery, Digbys, Feathers, Hedrena,
Herringbone, Jacqui Fernandes, Maggie T, Meredith, OPSM,
Origèn, Seed and Wittner.
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