Texture Talk: 3 Canadian Petitions to Sign to Demand Textured Hairstyling is Taught in Beauty School Ed
Add your name to the petitions demanding that textured
hairstyling become standard beauty school ed.
There’s a maddening lack of salon pro’s trained to work with textured hair, which can result in shame, rejection and embarrassment for clients. Here are three Canadians leading change with petitions demanding that textured hairstyling becomes a standard part of Canadian beauty school education.
Nancy Falaise, Montreal
With a goal of 10,000 signatures, salon owner Nancy Falaise aims to present a completed curly hair program to the Ministry of Education and Higher Education of Quebec that would introduce all curl patterns (wavy, curly and coily) into beauty school curriculum, beginning with the fall 2021 semester. “I’d like them to either use my program or [have me] help them create one. A good hairdresser, even if they specialize in one thing, should know the basics of everything. Hair is hair,” she says.
Solange Ashoori, Toronto
Owner of Toronto’s Ziba Style Bar, an inclusive salon that caters to all hair types, Solange Ashoori’s petition is addressed to the Ontario Ministry of Training Colleges & Universities