Prepare to make some room in your shop because Andis Company has just released a brand new book!
Called FLUID Volume Two: Embracing Heritage & the NaturalBeauty of Multi-Culture Textured Hair, the book is a follow-up to the company’s previous educational lookbook, FLUID. Much like its predecessor, FLUID Volume Two spotlights a collection of work created in partnership with Andis artists. This time around Andis Creative Leads and International Educators, Eric Cheek and Kenny Duncan lent their expertise and artistry to create five textured hair looks using Andis tools like the Master Cordless Lithium-Ion Clipper and the Copper Profoil Shaver.
“FLUID Volume Two is a collection of five looks designed to celebrate the heritage and natural beauty of textured hair,” said Angie Perion, Managing Director for FLUID and Global Education Manager for Andis Company. “Kenny and Eric are world renowned for their talent and skills as educators within the beauty and barber industry. They did an incredible job of creating looks that allow learners to expand their skillset, preparing them to service any type of hair pattern they encounter. Their creative techniques will inspire the industry to continue reaching for its fullest potential.”
For any Andis fans that have been hoping to expand their knowledge on textured and experience with textured hair, they are in for quite a treat with this book. Not only does it include step-by-step guides on how to recreate each look — right down to the tools used each step, but it also features advice for perfecting each cut and a hair pattern terminology guide that outlines the types of hair by both size and pattern.
In addition to all the tips and tricks that Andis is providing in the book, the brand will also be offering interactive virtual classes taught by Andis Global Educators to really help barbers and stylists master their favorite FLUID Volume Two looks. With each detailed session, attendees can expect smaller class sizes to allow for tailored feedback and one-on-one instruction as well as a hands-on experience, thanks to the involvement of mannequins in the learning process.