My Ongoing Hair Stylist Course At The L'oreal Institute!!

I'm a firm believer in self improvement - regardless of what profession, business or level you find yourself in. So when I heard that L'Oreal had partnered with Make Me Salon to bring The L'Oreal institute to Lagos, there was no way I was going to miss that opportunity!!!

With Omozo and Eva - Out of 7 ladies, 6 of us are natural lollll

It meant I would have to sacrifice A LOT  as it requires attending classes 3 days  a week (8.30 am - 1pm) Seeing as I now have 2 salons, have to continue with business development, staff training, personal appointments etc; I was understandably a little worried but I had a little pep talk with myself - better bite the bullet now, 6 months will pass quickly before you know it (yes it's a 6 month course!!) and you can use this as an opportunity to start separating yourself from the business :)

It's been hard but it's definitely been worth it! There's been so much to learn  - particularly in the Coloring (Advanced and Corrective inclusive) classes. It's been over a month and we're STILL on color! Color is NO joke!
See concentration!!

L'Oreal international educator Alex, taking the class on color

Next on the menu is cutting and I can't wait for that too - everything just seems to be coming nicely together in my quest to be the best I can be!!!
Our Instructor - Mrs Bukola Igbokwe

Somebody was very happy with her color results lollll

Our discussions can get pretty intense sometimes 

I'm also making some new friends and enriching friendships that already existed - Omozo of O'Naturals is in my class and we sit next to each other - sharing laughs, information and sometimes just being mischievous!

Omozo trying to explain something to me

It's been 3 months already and as I had said to myself earlier - the time is literally just speeding by and before you know it, it will be August and we'll be done!!


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