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ColorProof Launches New Artistic Specialist Program

Anne Moratto | July 11, 2013 | 11:09 AM

ColorProof Launches New Artistic Specialist ProgramColorProof Evolved Color Care has recently unveiled a new Education initiative with the launch of the Artistic Specialist Program. The program, open exclusively to existing Envoy Team Members, was designed to broaden ColorProof’s reach and provide much-needed support to every salon, sales consultant and distributor by offering show and event support, performing in-salon classes and treatment days among other responsibilities.

 The first training held June 30th - July 1st in Denver, Colorado welcomed 14 stylists from top ColorProof salons throughout the country. Following a comprehensive brand overview complete with in-depth product knowledge, ColorProof Platform Artists John Bertorelli and Michael Bearde demonstrated  styling and finishing techniques utilizing ColorProof’s  color-enhancing products.

“I have never experienced such excitement and enthusiasm around a brand,” said International Creative Director Phillip Wilson. “ColorProof is truly a game changer for the professional beauty industry.”

“We are committed to supporting our stylists and proud to offer the advanced education needed to propel their careers to the next level,” shared ColorProof Founder and CEO, Jim Markham adding, “Their success is our success.”

 If you are interested in learning more about ColorProof Education opportunities please visit or contact your ColorProof distributor. 

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