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Francesco Group Birmingham Academy

Last Thursday, I attended a blogger event at the Francesco Academy, Birmingham. I've always been a local salon girl but the atmosphere of Francesco's might've converted me.

The Embrace collection was on display featuring models of all ages and ethnicities including Jean Woods , age 76 from Fabulous Fashionista's. All of the styles are so sleek but completely wearable. We were told that we could pick a style to have recreated.

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The lovely Mia Dellicompagni set my hair in rollers after discussing what i'd like. My hair falls flat pretty easily so i'm always up for some volume and bounce.


Francesco's are Wella Salons and Mia recommended the System professional Balance Scalp Mask so i'm looking forward to testing that out. 

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Here's the result:


Whilst my rollers were setting, I had my skin tone analysed by Claire Chell. I was under the impression that this would involve analysing my skin complexion whereas, it was actually to look at what colours work best for you and to work out whether you had a cool or a warm skin tone.


Different drapes of various shades were held in front of me and changed quickly to show the difference that a colour can make. I was pleased to hear that my love for pink and silver jewellery were approved. Also, it was interesting to hear that darker hair would suit me as i've recently had my hair done in a reverse ombre style as a trial go darker. I have a cool skin tone as do the likes of Alexa Chung and Nicole Scherzinger. It was really interesting and informative and I can definitely see me using the tips I was given when out shopping.

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Francesco Group staff are trained in skin tone and colour analysis so they can give you expert advice on getting your colour spot on!

It was a lovely evening and I got to have a nice catch up with Amy who was rocking her new short hair.

Thank you to ajcPR for inviting me.

I'll definitely be heading back to a Francesco salon soon!

xxxx
Tasha

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