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Professional Organics Rapidly Growing in the Salon Industry

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Professional Organics Rapidly Growing in the Salon Industry

Hair Color Trends 2011

Haircolor trends that are hot right now run the range of light to dark, so what ever your personality is you can find the right haircolor for you, I have showcased some of the hottest hair colors seen today on celebrities and fashion models, some of those being rich dark browns, carmel highlights, platinum natural … Continue reading

Technical Analysis of Client’s Hair Color and Skin

Here are seven simple steps to doing a pre-color technical analysis of your clients hair and skin Consider the face shape and hair cut. Define skin colour (warm or cool) and natural depth of the clients hair colour. Visualize the haircut and how colour would improve the shape. Look for the focal point of the hair—- this is the place to colour. Take a centre … Continue reading

Top 10 Tips to First-Class Color in Your Salon

Color is necessary for every client. Color will add shine and definition to a cut, also gives body and texture to every hairstyle. More than this, great use of color can give you, the stylist the opportunity to show off your skills and keep client retention high. The client will be sure to return in 6 weeks for a repeat … Continue reading

Ten Foil Technique – Highlights in Under 5 Minutes

This method is the quickest and easiest way of highlighting hair when you are in a rush. It gives an even distribution of color in the shortest possible time. Color choices are endless. One, two or three colors. The density of the hair will determine how fine/chunky you do the weave. Isolate a rectangular section of hair from the left recession area to … Continue reading

Basic Theory of Hair Color

All artificial colors are based on one, or more, of the three primary colors: red, blue and yellow. These form the basis of the color circle. The other colors on the circle are produced when the primary colors are mixed together. Examples: yellow+ blue = green, blue+red = purple, etc. Opposite colors on the circle … Continue reading

Why does hair go grey?

Grey hair is caused by a reduction of pigmentation, whereas white hair has no pigment all. Why this happens at all remains somewhat of a mystery. In time, everyone’s hair turns grey eventually and your chances of going grey increases by 10-20% every decade after 30 years. Fundamentally, hair is white. It then gets its … Continue reading