SALT Society is passionate about providing high quality education to stylists and salon owners on all aspects of the hair business. We know that traveling to in-person classes can make access to this education difficult, so we launched our Travel Society to bring the education to you!
What is the Travel Society?
SALT’s Travel society is a trained group of educators who teach the Society method of learning, mindset and skill set! Our Travel Society educators travel to salons all over the country and teach multiple curriculums and provide students with hands-on learning opportunities for the best possible education experience.
Here are answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about SALT’s Travel Society.
Travel Society FAQs
1. What can I learn?
The Travel Society offers a range of in-person classes covering topics like balayage, foilyage, melting and bronding. The specific learning objects vary by course, and you can check out the list of upcoming public classes to find a host salon near you and learn more about specific offerings.
Host salons are able to choose from four different curriculums to offer during the course. These include:
- Halo Drop Balayage Technique
- Beach Bronde Technique
- Beach Blonde Technique
- Melted Magic Color Melt Technique
2. Can I host a private class for my team?
YES! If you’re interested in hosting a private class for your team, contact Travel Society for more information.
3. Do you offer hands-on education?
YES! Although the material covered in Travel Society classes varies, we always include the option for hosts to include a hands-on learning component. Host salons are able to choose whether Demo Only or Demo + Hands-On tickets will be sold to their course. The host is also responsible for any tickets not sold that they are contracted for.
As an attendee, if the class you’re interested in offers an in-person component, you must purchase the appropriate ticket. In order to participate in the hands-on learning component of the course, you’ll need to purchase the Demo + Hands-On ticket.
4. How can I become a host?
If you’d like the Travel Society to come to your area, one of the best ways to do so is to become a host salon! If you’re interested in becoming a host salon, you must complete the inquiry form and provide information about your studio. You’ll be asked to provide details including your contact information, the name and size of your salon, your desired curriculum, the type of class you’re interested in hosting, and photos of your space.
Once you’ve completed the inquiry form, a member of the SALT Travel Society team will be in touch with more information.
5. How can I attend a class near me?
If you’re interested in attending an in-person class near you, you can check out our website at any time for an updated list of upcoming public classes.
Please note that our private salon classes are not open to the public. If you’d like more information about hosting a private class of your own, please contact the Travel Society team.
6. What should I bring?
Students attending a Demo + Hands-On course are responsible for bringing the following supplies:
- Workbooks (will arrive via email 1 week before class date)
- Mannequins + tripods
- Painting tools
- Foiling combs
- Blowdryers / preferred hot tools
- Blow drying brushes
SALT Society and the host salon will provide:
- Color & Lightener
Students attending a Demo Only course are responsible for bringing:
- Workbooks (will arrive via email 1 week before class)
Your Travel Society Education
The Travel Society’s mission is to provide affordable, accessible, and empowering education for stylists who want to improve their motivation and skill set in hair color.
Still have burning questions about what it all entails? SALT Society is fully staffed with an administrative team to help answer any questions that you have about upcoming classes. Don’t hesitate to contact us by phone or email—we are always happy to help!