Borders College

Heather’s hair clinic is just the tonic for the party season

Have you ever wanted to learn how to style long hair like a pro? Borders College is delighted to provide the opportunity for you to do just that, in the form of a demonstration evening with industry professional Heather Robertson (of training company HRHair).

*****Extended Payment Date*****The payment date has been extended until 26th Sept.

Heather’s hair clinic

With over 3 decades of industry experience, including 13 years as an educator for Wella, Heather has had the privilege to work alongside and learn from some of the most talented hairdressers in the industry, and this year she worked on stage at the Scottish Hair and Beauty Show. Her sell-out training courses cover skillsets such as creative colour confidence, balyage and blending, and she also provides in-salon training and mentoring which are always in high demand.

Heather says of her career: “Each day is different as I educate for Wella Wholesale, System Professional, and Barclay Wolf Hair Extensions, as well as continuing to work in a salon. I love the industry we work in and what I love the most is that there is always something new to learn, no matter what stage you are at in your career."

She hopes to help attendees at the demonstration evening to prepare for the party season, turning long hair designs that seem complicated and intricate into something achievable, through her logical and methodical approach. This event is open to both hair professionals and those with an interest in the latest styling techniques.

The event will take place in Borders College’s training salon at the Scottish Borders Campus in Galashiels on Tuesday 3 October 2017 from 6-8pm, at a cost of £30 per ticket (non-refundable payments are required by Tuesday 19 September 2017).

So, if you would like to learn current long hair techniques, whether for your own enjoyment or to enhance your industry skills, please book your place today by contacting Karen on 01896 662610.

Long Hair Design

Published: Wed 6th Sep, 2017