Creative and award-winning colourist Grace Dagleish was thrilled to be on hand to provide The Fellowship for British Hairdressing’s Project Colour Team with a day of colour education at the beautiful home of Billi Currie in London.
Grace has taught courses across Asia & Europe representing brands and her work has featured in multiple leading magazines, both trade and consumer.
Grace is a firm believer that every paint is different – and will prepare you to approach any client that walks through your door with confidence. Her approach to colouring is visual first and foremost, and always extremely technical. Graces signature style is all about creating seamless blends and unique tones but most importantly, colour that you can be recreated time after time.
The Project Colour Team were delighted to get an insight into Grace’s world of colour, her techniques and an insight into how she captures the processes of her work.
Commenting on the day, Project Colour Team Member, Stevie Leah Loscombe, said,
“What an amazing day with Grace. It was incredible to see her creative process from start to finish. And the thought process when mixing colours for the desired outcome. I’ve come away feeling so inspired and can’t wait to practice some of these techniques.”
PROJECT Colour Team Leader: Daniel Couch
PROJECT Colour Team Members:
- Elle Foreman, Tribe Chislehurst
- Elisha Potter, Mind Hair & Soul
- Clare Cartwright, Elysian Hair
- Laura Kirton, Review
- Stephanie Dwyer, Hair by Stephanie Dwyer
- Allie Harknett, Tribe Chislehurst
- Chelsey Stone
- Morgan Graham, MG The Hair Specialists
- Sean Sorensen, Headmasters Soho
- Stephen Campbell, Hair & Co
- Stevie Leah Loscombe, Blue Tit
- Rosie Williams, The Hair Surgery
Brand Partners: Vish