Candy Shaw breaks down the French Technique into an 'Americanized' system. You will learn how to reduce your highlight and cutting times in half.
Three time winners of Salon Today’s Top 200 in Advanced Education and recognized by Modern Salon as one of the top educators of the 20th century, Jamison Shaw Hairdressers is widely regarded as an authority in French technique training. The French technique takes into account a woman’s head shape and uses her hair to frame her face resulting in soft, sexy, versatile, and feminine looks. Balayage is the method of painting lightener directly onto dry, precut hair achieving results that mimic the effects of natural, ‘sun kissed’ highlights.
Get to know Candy:
Celebrity Stylist, Candy Shaw Codner, is the head of the Jamison Shaw organizations. The daughter of Jamison Shaw, America’s first World Champion, Candy literally grew up in the industry. An internationally renowned hairdresser, Candy works with as many as six assistants to personally see between 30-35 clients a day. Trained in both Europe and America, Candy has acquired a broad base of knowledge, skills and innovative ideas about training. Master of the French Technique, Candy brings an American background to this extraordinary method to help students quickly learn this revolutionary technique. In addition to her cutting skills, her knowledge of hair color is considered to be among the best in the business. Candy’s work frequently appears in magazines and on television. An accomplished platform artist, she has performed in New York, Los Angeles, Seattle, Dallas, Detroit, Cleveland, Miami, Portland, London, Paris, Amsterdam, Italy, Germany, and Tokyo. Candy has served on the Board of Directors as well as the Atelier Chairperson for Intercoiffure America/Canada, the world’s most prestigious beauty organization. Candy has been named one of the most published stylist in North America with hundreds of images appearing in nearly 100 magazines annually. Candy has been awarded Intercoiffure’s “Award of Excellence” for her outstanding contributions to the organization and was named international “Personality of the Year” in Paris.