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This hair beauty video gives you the information needed to study with the great British team at Saco hairdressing school.
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Male Speaker: I am Kathy and Merrick here with Saco. Saco is very like the Bumble and Bumble, but now we are revolving into the Canadian market where people can come and study the culture, how to cut hair, and really learn cutting edge styles.
Merrick: Well, I think the education team that we have here at Saco is phenomenal. It's people that worked some really major areas in hair dressing all around the world and they basically come here to Montreal. Old Montreal is the fantastic beautiful diverse place and we are trying to just educate the Canadian hairdresser into -- we are just giving in London into them, just to show them what we do in London and just to kind of broaden their horizons and to learn with them and just to grow with them and just to -- this is a really great team together, Canada and England have been a really fantastic team and working together, beautifully.
Male Speaker1: So Kathy here really backs up the educational program here at Saco in Montreal. What components, what is someone have to do? Do they go to a website? Do they stop by in and talk to you personally and register? And about what price point are they looking at coming into to learn from Saco?
Kathy: You can basically go look at www.sacohair.com and there you will have all the information about the courses that we give and for the prices, it really depends what you want to look to achieve. If you are a hairdresser, if you want to go to advance, if you want to do a basic course. So probably it would be the best way would be to come here, meet us, speak with us, because we are really open to any kind of person, even if you want to take advance or just any kind of courses.
Male Speaker1: So really I have to visit is www.sacohair.com, where it's a very informative yet simple website, that's going to take you through and show you the concepts, the collections, the price points, and what's going to show you the next leading edge to that hair industry.