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What Is A Master Colour Expert?

When you’re looking to colour your hair the last thing you want is a colour that will wash out, fade or worse, look nothing like you wanted. Despite a plethora of at-home hair dye kits on the market, there really is no substitute for a quality, professional salon colour. At Regis, we go one step further. We have our Wella Master Colour Experts (MCEs).

Our MCEs have graduated from the prestigious Wella Professionals Master Colour Expert Programme to become the most highly-qualified experts on hair colour in the UK. We currently have nearly 70 MCEs working in our salons across the UK who are professionally trained to assess and colour your hair to the exact specifications you require.

One of our Master Colour Experts, Fiona McCracken discusses her role as an MCE below:

“Being a trained Master Colour Expert is definitely one of my proudest achievements. I feel amazing to have qualified as one of the UK’s experts in colouring hair! And it’s not just a personal achievement either because with the knowledge I have gained from the course I’m able to share with my colleagues, who are themselves growing in their expertise and confidence. This in turn is enabling our salon to offer a better, more comprehensive client experience.

Being a MCE has made me far more confident as a hairstylist and I can better consult with my clients about the colour result they want to achieve. Put simply, I feel confident that I can deal with any colour request from a client and achieve the result exactly the way they hoped for.

I feel I’m at the very top of my game because I am a MCE. I’ve learnt since graduating that I am part of an exclusive group of professionals across the UK which makes me feel so special – my knowledge of hair colouring is on par with the very best in the country and you can’t get better than that!”

You can find a full list of our Master Colour Experts here.

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