Systematic Haircutting - Undercut Workshop
What you'll learn
- Systematic Haircutting - Artistic Haircuts for Hairdressers
- Basic Skills in Hairdressing
Receive the personal and professional appreciation that you have always wanted. Together we can make your dreams come true.
We see our task in strengthening and promoting people in their abilities. Together withus, they should develop their talents on a higher, creative level with artistic standards. The way to get there is through a simple strategy: We convey the "how" as well as the"why" in manageable steps - this is the best way to understand. Everyone involved canbenefit from this: salon partners and employees.
Our professional fundament
With the English haircut, haircutting became an art. The hairdresser was nolonger a hairdressing artist, but became a creative haircutter and innovative stylist. The creative minds of the first hour were inspired by BAUHAUS, the mostfamous art school of the modern era. The BAUHAUS has stood for bold, rational and functional designs since the 20s of the last century.
"The aim of Bauhaus is to teach craftsmen how to develop their skills to a higher, artistic level of creativity"
Undercuts are a bold style to demonstrate creativity and stand out from the crowd! There are endless versions that can be adapted to any face shape and lifestyle. A cropped side or short nape can accentuate the head shape, especially with pixie cuts. The hairstyle becomes more manageable and easier to style. There are several options on how and where to set an undercut, depending on how strong you want it to be.
Who this course is for:
- Apprentices, Stylists and Master-Stylists in Hairdressing
Marcus Curth began his hairdressing training in 1986 in his parents' business and became a state champion in 1989. From scratch, he learned the classic English haircut in absolute perfection and acquired the exclusive trainer license at the age of 22. Subsequently, he worked nationally and internationally for almost all well-known hair cosmetics companies at workshops, seminars, photo shoots and hairstyle shows. Today he works, among others, for the Lòreal Group, the hair cosmetics brands Kerastase, Redken and L'Oréal -Professionnel. In addition, Marcus Curth is Chairman of the Examination Committee of the Hairdressers' Guild.