ARROJO Cosmetology Class 40 are the latest graduates of our boutique beauty school. Attended by friends and family, and held on the stage of the impressive auditorium of our new location in TriBeCa, the graduation presentation was inspired by classic geometric shapes and how that applies to cuts, colors, and styles in contemporary hairdressing.
During School, Undergraduates study everything from health and safety to client consultations to beauty product knowledge and usage to makeup and styling to the theory and practice of contemporary hairstyling and all the related sciences to advanced techniques in color and cut and styling that are developed and practiced in-house at ARROJO.
Many of the things our students learn go beyond State requirements, meaning they start their careers with skills that give them a jump on the competition. Many of these techniques were on display in the Graduation Presentation, which was themed around Geometric shapes, a crucial part of hairdressing.
Started: November 2015. Graduated: May 2016
Educators: Stacia Cohen and Joseph Guinto
Artistic Director: Amanda Jenkins
“It was great to work with such a large group of diverse personalities. There was so much passion and commitmentI. It was amazing how they all bonded seamlessly.” –– Joseph Guinto
Graduation Theme: Geometric Shapes as applied to hairdressing
Highest GPA: Marlo Gomer (wins $350 for continued education at ARROJO Advanced Academy)
Highest Retail: Chaya Weisz (wins $350 for continued education at ARROJO Advanced Academy)
Best Attendance: Tommy Alvarado (wins $350 for continued education at ARROJO Advanced Academy)
We wish every success to each Graduate –– may all their cuts and colors, textures and styles be beautiful, and may all their dreams come true.
See Images of the Class Graduates, their Presentation, and their Presentation Models below.
Our next full time start date is July 11 and the next part start date is September 26. Interested parties should contact email@example.com for enrollment info and to arrange a tour of the campus.