Get Groomed Sydney presents Sharon Hall and Melane Newman (NSW)

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20th May 2018

9.00 am – 5.00pm

Mercure Sydney International Airport

Get Groomed Sydney presents Sharon Hall and Melanie Newman

BICHON FRISE

All things Bichon, This 2 Hour seminar session on how to prepare and maintain a bichon coat and what tools to use. This session will include how to use snap on combs to create an easy salon trim and how to create the perfect Bichon head, whether it be for a salon pet trim or show trim. Mel and Sharon will share all her tip and tricks.

POODLE

Learn how to create an easy to maintain poodle salon trim. Getting the best out of your poodle from beautiful topknots, creating angles and prefect legs. Learn different scissor techniques and get the most from your blenders and thinners.

SCHNAUZER & TERRIERS COATS

In this 2 hours seminar you will learn the difference between a stripped coat and a clipped coat. What tools to use and when to use them. How to create the perfect Schnauzer expression and how to scissor and blend legs.

Only 8 seats left!

Cost $99.50 including lunch.

For more information, please visit Melanie Newman, or email info@melanienewman.com.au.

Get Groomed (body)

Photos courtesy of Cara Dione photography.

Please note : This event was originally posted by Melanie Newman Salon Essentials and is republished here with permission.

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