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FEED YOUR HEAD

Immerse yourself in color! Spend one full day, joining me and twenty nine other like-minded

career colorists during a session devoted to your continuing expertise and success. My next

session takes place on Monday, November 1st, 10AM until 5PM at the beautiful RICCI Salon

and Academy, located in Newtown, Connecticut.


Feed Your Head! Salon professionals spend time giving.. now it's time for you to receive! Be heard, ask questions, share your comments as I demonstrate, step-by-step on live models. It does does not matter what brand(s) you are using. This class is NOT A COMMERCIAL. The program is designed to provide you with important, new information you will take back to your

isalon and put to immediate use.


Color science, techniques, formulation and business-building are explored during

our time together. You will be able to hear and to see everything, and are welcome to photograph or record anything you want. Take photos with our models and feel free to

share them on your social media. Lunch and a Certificate of Achievement are included in your tuition. Interested? Click: www.BethMinardi-AllAccess.com, and go to Education. Class details and registration are displayed in "live events". For additional assistance, please email me at: bethminardi@gmail.com. I look forward to seeing YOU! Beth

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