Marcapar Canada offers training to all hairdressing professionals who want to incorporate plant colouring into their practice to meet the demands of the new trendy green clientele.
This two-day training not only makes you a plant colourist but also an expert in hair and scalp care thanks to the virtues of vegetable oils and essential oils.
It also allows hairdressers to master the use of the full range of Marcapar natural products.
This training makes it possible to obtain the Diploma of Hairdresser “Coloriste Végétal” and to be part of the network of independent hairdressers “Les Cuisiniers du Cheveu”.
The label “Les cuisiniers du Cheveu” is not a franchise. It does not impose any exclusivity.
Following the training, the trainee leaves with an introductory kit that includes the full range of Marcapar products in order to start working in the salon the next day.
Note that the introductory kit is payable in full at the end of the training (price of the introductory kit on request)
The training takes place in Montreal, usually on Mondays and Tuesdays.
The fee for the two-day training is $300 per trainee.
The training calendar is available on request: email@example.com
Open to all hairdressers.
Join the “Les Cuisiners du Cheveu” network and give your customers 100% natural care and colors!
Expertise in 100% plant colouring
Increase in your turnover
Conquering new customers (> 20%)
Distribution of an exclusive range of products: shampoos, masks, styling gels, oils …
Permanent training in coloring and plant knowledge
Communication plan assistance
The membership of the “Hair Cooks” network requires the future partner to learn a know-how in plant coloring and a thorough knowledge of plants.
Change of lifestyle, awareness of the benefits of natural products, the network The Cooks of the Hair has taken into account all these elements to meet the simplest and most fair to its customers.
“The Cooks of the Hair”, it is also an availability and a permanent listening.
Joining the network Hair Cooks also benefit from brand communication and shared rates at a lower cost.
The network has a multimedia communication kit: poster pack, a macaron label to affix on your window, a plant color flyer and products to distribute to your customers.
Permanent training in colorimetry and plant knowledge
Communication plan assistance
Chemical Colouring vs Plant Colouring
Protocol of application
Scale of tone and reflection corresponding to the baths of plants
Scale of tone on white hair
Dyestuff plants with flavonoids
Dyestuff plants with anthraquinones
Dyestuff plants at indigos
• Indication of aromatic complexes
• White clay: The Kaolin
Scalp care range
• Living room protocol
Range dry and weakened hair
• Identification of products (styling products, masks, shampoos, oils)
Revision protocol and application technique
In the kitchen!
Technique of application of the bath of plants
Obligations of salons labeled Marcapar
Exhibitions to which we attribute this label and who want to join the network must commit to:
– have completed an Expert training on plants and vegetable oils;
– use plants and oils, and only plants and oils;
– be transparent: know how to listen and interact with the client, advise and honestly inform them, communicate with truth-telling;
– comply with the application protocols;
– respect the brand, the logo, the staff and the clientele;
– adopt an eco-responsible behavior;
– ban harmful ingredients for health and the environment.
This is specified in the charter “The cooks of the hair”.
Vincent Bonhomme is from the south of France. After working as a hairdresser at Jacques Dessange in Montpellier and Aix-en-Provence, he attended various courses including the Academy Jean-Louis Deforges in Paris. He opened his first hair salon near Nîmes in 1989.
He left France and immigrated to Canada in 2007 to settle in Montreal, Quebec. In 2008, he founded the exhibition “Garden of Art and Hairdressing” an ecological concept lounge in a garden environment. In 2014, he joined the “Les cuisiniers du cheveux” network offering 100% plant and natural products from the Marcapar range. It becomes the reference trade show for the brand in Quebec and is responsible for the importation, distribution and training for professionals at the Marcapar Canada Training Center.
Vincent Bonhomme advocates for the use of natural products in hairdressing, including the benefit of plants in plant colouring. He gives conferences in Quebec on the subject of hair health, green alternatives and the danger of synthetic products.
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