Texture Talk: Curls & Coils Inspired

  • Duration : 2 Days
  • Format : See-do
General Information

Understanding the foundation—the canvas—is the most important component of creating any great structure or work of art. Texture Talk is designed to improve the comfort level of all hairstylists when providing color services and building highly technical and artistic designs on a wide range of hair texture foundations. Hairstylists will gain an appreciation and understanding for crafting and marketing services for clients with varying hair textures. The class also covers proper product use, techniques for haircolor placement and blending, and selecting the right tools, ensuring stylists understand all without additional investments.

Course Focus
  • Moroccanoil methodologies
  • Curl formation terminology
  • Hands-on cutting and styling
  • Product usage

Upcoming Classes

Dates Price Quantity
January 24-25, 2022$600.00 / 600 pointsSold out!Waitlist
April 11-12, 2022$600.00 / 600 points
21 available
August 1-2, 2022$600.00 / 600 points
29 available


Latavia Lewis

Moroccanoil Artist


“I have always looked at hair as an extension of the spirit. Hair care, for me, is all about nurturing the spirit.”

Creativity and a passion for people fuel Latavia Lewis’s career in the beauty industry. “I became a hairstylist because it was the only career path that could fulfill my creative passions and allow me to meet people at different occasions along their journey to a beautiful life,” Latavia says.

Her own journey in the beauty industry began in 2010. After spending several years behind the chair in the Washington, D.C. metro area, she became an educator with John Paul Mitchell Schools. In 2014, Latavia became a Distributor Brand Manager for Moroccanoil, allowing her passion for business and education to impact brand sales across the Mid-Atlantic. “The Moroccanoil brand speaks to an array of demographics and cultures, which makes it an all-inclusive product line for hair and body.” 

Today Latavia runs a successful freelance hair and makeup company called Elle Alise Artistry, where she provides concierge beauty services for weddings and fashion publications. Latavia’s work can be also seen internationally, as she is currently a hair and makeup artist for CNN and Turner Broadcasting. 

As she continues to push her creativity and business to new heights, Latavia constantly seeks inspiration. “Kim Kimble is an African-American hairstylist who has celebrity clients—from Beyoncé to Oprah—she inspires me,” she says. “All of the entrepreneurs who hustle to create a life they are proud of inspire me to keep striving for the opportunities that bring me closer to my destiny.”