Alice Goes To TIGI Inspirational Youth

Alice at Tigi Inspirational Youth 2017 Boot Camp

After months of anticipation Alice finally got to the TIGI Inspirational Youth 2017 Boot Camp. Alice won a place on the TIGI Inspirational Youth program in June. And now the day has come to join 9 other promising hairdressers from around the country in London for the five day boot camp. Their Bootcamp includes classic and advanced cut and colouring, session styling training, future fashion forecasting, presentation skills and the highlight of the week, a model casting and photo shoot. Shot at Bed Head Studio by TIGI in-house photographer, Alex Barron-Hough, the models will be styled by TIGI fashion stylist, JIV D. The photographic collection will then be sent to UK trade magazines and be shared on social media. Following the TIGI Inspirational Youth Bootcamp, the Team will participate in an exclusive show in November at London’s Café de Paris on Monday 13th November. .

Yazz Up and Coming Jemma Leach

Yazz up and coming JEMMA LEACH creative stylist at Yazz One hair studios in Leeds, might be just 20 years old but she’s already kickstarted a great career in hairdressing by being selected as a member of TIGI’s Inspirational Youth. The team of 11 young stylists gets the opportunity to spend six months working with the TIGI Creative Team, a cluster of top hairdressers, photographers, fashion stylists, PR experts,show directors and film makers from TIGI Bed Head. The culmination of the training is the TIGI-sponsored Inspirational Youth Show, for which the team puts together its own collection. The collection… …Began with a culmination of moodboards created by all 11 stylists in the team. We each came up with visual images that best described the sort of look we wanted to create, not just of the hair but the make-up, clothes and even the look of the model too. The TIGI Creative Team would then give us more direction, suggesting other ideas we might not have thought of. Our focus… …Was really to create an eclectic group of styles that represented our own personalities and ideas.We didn’t have a brief. We then had to come up with two looks: an avant-garde … Continue reading