Head Shape Matters Tour Comes to Northwest

There are some common challenges that most hairstylist face such as holes behind the ears, weakened perimeter lines, choppy layers, one side longer than the other, and trying to recreate a photo. There are absolute reasons why these challenges occur so frequently. The greatest reason … THE HEAD SHAPE!

On February 22 in Seattle and April 12 in Portland, instructor Kim Moore will introduce you to the Head Shape Matters cutting system in this full day hands-on class. This patent-pending method allows you to custom design a haircut that works for your clients head shape, growth patterns, and hair density. You will learn to analyze the head shape before you start cutting, how to compensate for flat area of the skull, and a lot of tricks to avoid these common challenges in haircutting. Mannequins will be provided.

Kim Moore started her career as a stylist in Wilmington, NC in 1989. After returning to her hometown she opened Headdress Day Spa and Salon in 1999, the first Day Spa in the region.

In 2005, Kim earned the coveted title "Aveda Cutting/ Styling Purefessional". In her role as a National Educator, Kim has taught cutting and styling workshops across the United States. She has presented with Gerard Scarpaci during Purefessional Training at Aveda Headquarters in Minneapolis and has worked backstage at hair shows in DC, Miami, New York, Brooklyn, and Chapel Hill. Kim also worked 5 years backstage at New York's Fashion Week. In 2010, she was the Aveda Lead Stylist for the Monique Pean Presentation.

After 11 years of Salon Ownership, Kim closed the salon doors to pursue her next dream, to write a hair cutting system founded in math and science. After nearly 2 years of research, her system was awarded a Patent Pending and she launched her first HEAD SHAPE MATTERS Tour.

In 2013 Kim founded Kim Moore Hair Education, LLC and became a Guest Artist for Aveda. She also released her DVD, HEAD SHAPE MATTERS "The Formula". In2014 Kim was selected to teach her system at the largest hair show in the US, Premiere Orlando. The Head Shape Matters cutting system is now being taught to students at Greenville Technical College, replacing the standard cutting curriculum.

For information and to register visit www.headshapematters.com.