Orly International’s Master Educator, Christi Oster, spent a week in Sydney and Melbourne from October 19 to 23.
Oster conducted training sessions with nail technicians as well as visiting beauty distributors, with two full days treating the beauty press to Orly signature manicures.
Commenting on the sessions, Oster said:
“Everyone loved the fact that there were treatment products to provide a solution for every nail problem. Orly pride themselves on offering a broad range of treatments enabling the brand to offer a customised "prescription" for each and every nail need. Specifically, salon owners loved the fact that the bottles are 18ml – 20 per cent bigger than most salon brands. The nail techs appreciated the thought that went into designing the Gripper Caps – making their jobs easier. They also were really interested in the fact that you can layer the polishes for different effects.”
Nicole Holmes, Director of Orly’s Australian distributor, Altman Sales, added:
“Christi did an outstanding job training the industry professionals and distributors that we met and we are pleased to announce that Christi will be an ongoing, integral part of the Orly Australia team with follow up trips planned for 2010. She is a wealth of knowledge on international nail trends, not just for the upcoming season but fundamental changes in manicure and pedicure treatments due to the impact of consumers environmental concerns.”
Pictured above (L to R): Erin Whitty (Sunday Magazine) and Sarah MacRae (Bella Sugar) being treated to Orly signature manicures by Christi Oster (Orly International) and Danika Hampson (Nail Artist)