Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 21, 2013
This year salon owner and 2012 Andy Award winner Tamara Dahill will be teaching two classes at the Energizing Summit, the yearly ABCH Haircolor Show. Scheduled for June 9-10, 2013 at the Marriott Hotel LAX, this is the nation's premier haircolor educational conference for haircolorists. The 600+ haircolorists who are expected to attend the Summit will select from 147 separate classes conducted by 43 educators.
“To become a master at your craft, you should never stop learning. The Energizing Summit offers everything a colorist needs to become educated by a non biased source. We don’t promote color lines or products in the classes, just pure knowledge that can be applied in any forum. I am just grateful to be apart of it,” says Dahill,"we have business building tools, chemists, and successful industry professionals around the world come to share their knowledge."
This year Matin Parsons and Allen Edwards will be among some of the educators. In the past, the Energizing Summit has seen some names such as David Valasco, Tom Dispenza, and Deb Rosenburg, all leading voices in the haircolor industry.
The American Board of Certified Haircolorists, ABCH, is a board of educators that strive to develop standardized critera in certification, promote credibility and consistent quality in the professional hairstylist. In a world where almost anyone who makes it through beauty school has a license to bleach, cut, and color, the title Board Certified Haircolorist will set qualified individuals apart from the masses and establish a higher level of professionalism and credibility for the consumer.
“Clearly, there are various levels of competence in haircoloring,” says the ABCH’s founder Andre Nizetich, “Our goal is to recognize those individuals who have gone the extra mile to become the very best in their craft. To the consumer, the term "Board Certified" is recognized as being a higher level of competence."
Now in its 13th year, the Energizing Summit will provide attendees with the advantage of honing their skills and learning new techniques in small classes, allowing for easy interaction with the educators. Also, new and emerging haircolorists can attend classes taught by dedicated to helping them prepare for the various segments of the American Board of Certified Haircolorists examination.
In addition to owning her own salon in Toluca Lake, Tamara Dahill also travels around the country administering hair color exams to stylists looking to set them selves apart and become certified for the ABCH. Earlier this year, Tamara Dahill also released her own private retail line, called TDS, available for purchase at her Toluca Lake boutique salon, A Tamara Dahill Salon.
The 2013 Energizing Summit will take place June 9-10 at the Marriott Hotel LAX in Los Angeles. To register for the Summit or learn more about the classes offered, please visit http://www.haircolorist.com. Registration ends the day of the event.
To learn more information about becoming board certified by the American Board of Certified Haircolorists, http://haircolorist.com/theexam