Diego Raviglione / Bellus Academy Professional Artistic Director

DIEGO RAVIGLIONE / BELLUS ACADEMY ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

Diego Raviglione, Bellus Academy Artistic Director has over 23 years experience as a creative Hair Designer and Educator. His work has been published in countless magazines including Elle, Oprah, In-Style, Cosmo, as well as trade publications such as American Salon, Launchpad, Behind the Chair and Modern Salon.

Upon joining the Bellus Academy, Diego integrated an unparalleled chapter in cosmetology education to the academies by establishing a Master Artistic Team which mentors students for competitions, editorial photo shoots and runway shows.

Diego is also a contributor to the Milady curriculum, leads the externship student program and provides advanced inspiration-based design workshops for industry professionals. From mastery of technique and creation of new editorial collections, development of academies, international hair shows and in-salon education, Diego never settles for mediocrity and is a true inspiration for others.

Wella Education’s motto ‘Collaborate, Innovate and Accelerate’ rings true for Diego, a professional hairdresser and educator for over 27 years.

Prior to his work at Bellus Academy, Diego has been part of the Wella family for many years, as an educator and a Wella top artist where Diego took the Studios to the next level creatively, technically and insporationally.

Diego has shaped the future of advanced Education, said Fabio Sementilli, vice president for Wella, the Salon Professional Division of P&G.

Diego draws his inspiration from youth culture, the mastery of technique and the ongoing quest to mature and evolve as a stylist. As a Wella Top Artist, Diego’s work has been published in magazines such as Elle, Allure, InStyle, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, and Elle Girl, but more importantly he is well known within the industry as an inspirational figure to both professional and aspiring stylists.

Diego was also named “Mentor of the Year” in 2012 by Wella Professional and guided Team I.C.A.N. – a group of emerging talent – to first place at the 2012 RAW competition and on to national recognition as up and coming young stylists. Diego is also a three-time recipient of Bellus Academy’s “Visionary Award,” an honor that celebrates his influence as the institution’s Artistic Director.  Facebook / Instagram

➢ All 100+ Step By Step Seminars


Contour Layer / 52:38
Learn rounded layers using pivoting sections for a beautiful shape with maximum movement.


Horizontal Graduation / 18:59
Learn horizontal graduation and the proper use of a mannequin head to acheive a beautiful classic shape.


Short To Long Layer / 42:28
Learn to work with short to long lengths while maintaining weight and face framing technique to detail the look.


Forward Graduation / 35:08
Learn how to frame the face while maintaining length and weight in this classic yet simple technique.


Short Graduation / 47:01
Learn how to create a subtle build up of weight that fills in the parietal area of the head with versatile longer fringe.


Long Flat Layers / 47:51
Learn long layering technique fills in the round areas of the head giving a balanced soft layered effect.


Blaze Color / 29:59
Learn the Creative process of competition. Video includes behind the scenes plus step by step coloring.


Halo Color / 27:14
Learn an easy technique to create beautiful and trend-setting hairline color while maintaining outline shape.

Diego Raviglione / Bellus Academy Professional Artistic Director

DIEGO RAVIGLIONE / BELLUS ACADEMY ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

Diego Raviglione, Bellus Academy Artistic Director has over 23 years experience as a creative Hair Designer and Educator. His work has been published in countless magazines such as Elle, Oprah, In-Style, Cosmo, American Salon and more.

Upon joining the Bellus Academy, Diego integrated an unparalleled chapter in cosmetology education to the academies by establishing a Master Artistic Team which mentors students for competitions, editorial photo shoots and runway shows.

Diego is also a contributor to the Milady curriculum, leads the externship student program and provides advanced inspiration-based design workshops for industry professionals. Read More

From mastery of technique and creation of new editorial collections, development of academies, international hair shows and in-salon education, Diego never settles for mediocrity and is a true inspiration for others.

Wella Education’s motto ‘Collaborate, Innovate and Accelerate’ rings true for Diego, a professional hairdresser and educator for over 27 years.

Prior to his work at Bellus Academy, Diego has been part of the Wella family for many years, as an educator and a Wella top artist; we are very excited to have him join our team full time. In his new role, Diego will take The Studios to the next level creatively, technically and insporationally.

With our tremendously talented Studio team, Diego is shaping the future of advanced Education, said Fabio Sementilli, vice president for Wella, the Salon Professional Division of P&G.

Diego draws his inspiration from youth culture, the mastery of technique and the ongoing quest to mature and evolve as a stylist. As a Wella Top Artist, Diego’s work has been published in magazines such as Elle, Allure, InStyle, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, and Elle Girl, but more importantly he is well known within the industry as an inspirational figure to both professional and aspiring stylists.

Diego was also named “Mentor of the Year” in 2012 by Wella Professional and guided Team I.C.A.N. – a group of emerging talent – to first place at the 2012 RAW competition and on to national recognition as up and coming young stylists. Diego is also a three-time recipient of Bellus Academy’s “Visionary Award,” an honor that celebrates his influence as the institution’s Artistic Director.

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➢ All 100+ Step By Step Seminars


Contour Layer / 52:38
Learn rounded layers using pivoting sections for a beautiful shape with maximum movement.


Horizontal Graduation / 18:59
Learn horizontal graduation and the proper use of a mannequin head to acheive a beautiful classic shape.


Short To Long Layer / 42:28
Learn to work with short to long lengths while maintaining weight and face framing technique to detail the look.


Forward Graduation / 35:08
Learn how to frame the face while maintaining length and weight in this classic yet simple technique.


Short Graduation / 47:01
Learn how to create a subtle build up of weight that fills in the parietal area of the head with versatile longer fringe.


Long Flat Layers / 47:51
Learn long layering technique fills in the round areas of the head giving a balanced soft layered effect.


Blaze Color / 29:59
Learn the Creative process of competition. Video includes behind the scenes plus step by step coloring.