Perfect A Classic - Master Class In The Bob
East Durham College’s Hairdressing Department are pleased to announce they will hold a master class in ‘The Bob’.
The evening will consist of demonstrations of varied ‘bob’ cutting techniques, followed by a practical workshop. The event is taking place at the Peterlee Campus on Monday 15th March, 4pm till 9pm.
This exciting master class course will be given by TONY&GUY Sunderland’s, Art Director Jen Deighton, five times finalist at the British Hairdressing Awards, North East Finals.
Simon Smith, Curriculum Leader for Hair & Beauty at the College, said: “We are delighted to welcome back Jen, these TONI&GUY master classes are fantastic. We often use them for our own staff development and are always amazed how much we get out of them and learn.
“The Bob is a very popular request and TONI&GUY will show you innovative variations on this classic cut.”
The course costs £50 per person. Places are limited to only 12, so early booking is advisable. A £10 deposit is required when booking. You must be engaged within the industry to enrol on this master class and provide your own model.
To book your place, or for more details, please call 0191 518 8300.
You will receive a course completion certificate.
Light refreshments are provided.
Appropriate salon wear and closed toed shoes must be worn.
No remission fees are available for this master class.
History of The Bob
The bob haircut is an ever fashionable style that first made its appearance in the 1920s and has reappeared, as the trend, many times since.
The style was, at first, shocking as women who previously prided themselves on long, luxurious hair, chopped off their locks in a show of independence and equality with men. The original style was worn straight and flat on top or waved with a Marcel iron.
A style is a 'bob' if it is cut with a weighted area falling anywhere from just below the ears to just below the chin.
Over the years, the cut has been modified by adding bangs or taking them away, stylized by cutting one side short while leaving the other long, texturised, permed, waved, poofed and flattened, but it is always unmistakably a bob.