Bobs, Bangs & Bits Day Bobs, Bangs & Bits Day

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This inspirational class is devoted to BOBS. There are so many types of bobs to love; blunt bobs, French bobs, graduated bobs, long bobs,  grunge bobs, the list goes on… and this class is designed to give you an insight into how two of the industry’s razor masters approach and execute a flawless one - no matter which type you fancy. 

Join us for the 2 days of demonstrations devoted to cutting different bobs we love. We’ll show you how to find those tendrily bangs and bits sections we all die for, and how to cut them so they frame the face perfectly. 

Thanks to this online training you will:

  • Watch two live demonstrations on different hair types and lengths
  • Understand how to section the bangs and bits section
  • See different approaches on how to cut bangs and frame the face
  • Look at hairlines more thoroughly and how they play into our approach


2 hours, 10am-12pm PST


Sunday, Sept 19th 10am-12pm (PST)  Monday, September 20th, 10am-12pm (PST)


This tutorial allows you to:

  • Find the correct sectioning based on head shape
  • Coach on consultations and suitability
  • Remove weight without compromising shape
  • Identify growth patterns and how to accommodate for them
  • Find the bang sections and where to start the fringe
  • Better understand stroke and fluid movement


Free. Broadcasted online. You just need a device with an internet connection.

Taught by

Corinna Hernandez

Corinna Hernandez

Corinna Hernandez has been a hairdresser for nearly 20 years, an expert educator for over 13 years, worked backstage at fashion week for 12 seasons and has done editorial work for over a decade. She has taught at over 250 salons for over 3000 stylists across the country, both independently and as a member of the core Bumble & Bumble education team. She is a veteran of NY Fashion Week and has worked backstage on shows including Dior in…
Travis Speck

Travis Speck

It was his love of modern art, fashion, movies and mid-century architecture that inspired Speck to begin styling family and friends’ hair as a teenager. Before joining the Sally Hershberger Downtown team as a stylist, Travis worked and studied at Bumble & Bumble salon in New York City where his career took off. He owes part of this success to the mentors that helped cultivate his skills along the way including Jimmy Paul, Laurent Philippon, Neil Moodie, Howard…