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fabiofiocca

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so I completed my nvq2 4 years ago, and have been out of hairdressing since then (maybe the odd job here and there) and wanting to get back into it, however ! I'm confused as to which place I should retrain with for colours/cutting ! Looked on salon services and Alan Howard as can only do short/part time/evening courses as I work full time,

Anyone know of anytbing in the north west? Someone that is reputable ? There's so many places out there that offer training but can't find reviews,

Thanks !
 

Starboltz

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so I completed my nvq2 4 years ago, and have been out of hairdressing since then (maybe the odd job here and there) and wanting to get back into it, however ! I'm confused as to which place I should retrain with for colours/cutting ! Looked on salon services and Alan Howard as can only do short/part time/evening courses as I work full time,

Anyone know of anytbing in the north west? Someone that is reputable ? There's so many places out there that offer training but can't find reviews,

Thanks !
Matrix have Happy Hour courses which are cheap. I'm going to be taking a fudge intro course for £25
 

Grace_Hair

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Matrix have Happy Hour courses which are cheap. I'm going to be taking a fudge intro course for £25
You're going for Fudge then??
 

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You're going for Fudge then??
I'm going to see how the course goes, try a few shades, and go from there :)

£25 isn't a great loss if I don't like it, plus education is education
 

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