Get ready to learn from one of the industry’s most iconic hairstylists.
For two days only, Trevor Sorbie is coming to Canada to lead a wig cutting and styling seminar.
In partnership with Pureology and Look Good Feel Better, the seminars are being led by Sorbie’s charity, mynewhair, which is dedicated to providing hairstylists with training for clients experiencing medical hair loss.
“It gives me satisfaction to use my hairdressing skills in order to help somebody in a very dark place; somebody going through medical hair loss. It’s not just about cutting a wig, it’s the emotional connection,” says Sorbie.
As a four-time winner of the British Hairdresser of the Year award, Sorbie has been a mentor to numerous hairstylists around the world. But now he’s decided to dedicate his career solely to mynewhair. Founded in 2006 and inspired by his sister-in-law’s cancer diagnosis, mynewhair also includes education on communication skills from highly trained nurses and speakers.
“The goal is to deliver the message to all generations,” he says. “We are all part of this; we all know someone in our lives going through cancer. We owe it to people, who are going through a crisis in their lives, to help them somehow and that is the goal.”
Each seminar (in Toronto on April 29 and Montreal on April 30) will include look-and-learn and hands-on cut and style training.
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