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    Having had such great reviews last year, we’ve gone out of our way to once again bring you this great opportunity to take part in a unique workshop, whether you are black or of mixed heritage, a parent, a carer, a hair-care professional or an aspiring amateur.

    Founder of London’s Silhouettes hair Salon, Sharon Grey will explain and demonstrate:

    • basic hair-care techniques
    • the main differences between Afro and European hair care
    • products and equipment that you can use at home
    • natural versus processed hair care
    • styles, cuts & braiding techniques.

    Participants get to take home a special Silhouettes gift pack and take part in an open question & answer sessions (questions can be submitted in advance by email).

    The events are being organised by the Ihsan Education Project, hosted by Method Hair Salon and co-sponsored by the DMC Consultancy. Places are limited, so early booking is recommended.

    Location:
    Norwich: Method Hair Salon, Labour in Vain Yard, Guildhall Hill, NR2 1JD
    Admission:
    £12 registration fee for adults, £6 concessions (students/under 16s/OAPs). Entry for children under 5 is free. Booking is necessary as places are limited.
    Telephone:
    07960 366 330
    Email:
    Organizer(s):
    Ihsan Education Project
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  • Dates & Locations

  • Black Hair Care Workshop

    Sun. 4 October 2009 | 10 AM - 4:30 PM

    Having had such great reviews last year, we’ve gone out of our way to once again bring you this great opportunity to take part in a unique workshop, whether you are black or of mixed heritage, a parent, a carer, a hair-care professional or an aspiring amateur.

    Founder of London’s Silhouettes hair Salon, Sharon Grey will explain and demonstrate:

    • basic hair-care techniques
    • the main differences between Afro and European hair care
    • products and equipment that you can use at home
    • natural versus processed hair care
    • styles, cuts & braiding techniques.

    Participants get to take home a special Silhouettes gift pack and take part in an open question & answer sessions (questions can be submitted in advance by email).

    The event is being organised by the Ihsan Education Project, hosted by Method Hair Salon and co-sponsored by the DMC Consultancy. Places are limited, so early booking is recommended.

    Location:
    Norwich: Method Hair Salon, Labour in Vain Yard, Guildhall Hill, NR2 1JD
    Admission:
    £12 £6 free
    Telephone:
    07960 366 330
    Email:
    Organizer(s):
    Ihsan Education Project
  • Black Hair Care Workshop

    Sun. 18 October 2009 | 10 AM - 4:30 PM

    A second and final opportunity to take part in this fantastic workshop, whether you are black or of mixed heritage, a parent, a carer, a hair-care professional or an aspiring amateur.

    Founder of London’s Silhouettes hair Salon, Sharon Grey will explain and demonstrate:

    • basic hair-care techniques
    • the main differences between Afro and European hair care
    • products and equipment that you can use at home
    • natural versus processed hair care
    • styles, cuts & braiding techniques.

    Participants get to take home a special Silhouettes gift pack and take part in an open question & answer sessions (questions can be submitted in advance by email).

    The event is being organised by the Ihsan Education Project, hosted by Method Hair Salon and co-sponsored by the DMC Consultancy. Places are limited, so early booking is recommended.

    Location:
    Norwich: Method Hair Salon, Labour in Vain Yard, Guildhall Hill, NR2 1JD
    Admission:
    £12 £6 free
    Telephone:
    07960 366 330
    Email:
    Organizer(s):
    Ihsan Education Project

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