I have used the GHD brushes in my salon for 5 years and wouldn't go back now! I love them, and so do my clients, we sell loads.
I use the GHD dryer for at home, but I use parlux in the salon. The only reason being is the GHD dryer nozzle doesn't fit through the hole in my trolley and I don't...
If you are a salon software salesperson please do not reply as I would just prefer salon owners opinions.
After considering many different software companies I am now between Phorest & Premier Software. Has anyone got any good/bad experiences of using either?
Hi, I have a Facebook post saying "We are recruiting" with a link to my website which then explains they will need to apply with a CV and covering letter. It's still as professional, I can just reach a lot of people x
Graphics has got a ph that isn't comfortable on the scalp, so can cause irritation. Also unlike bleach, it doesn't swell, so your application would need to be spot on, any tiny bits you miss wouldn't take at all so you would have to use loads.
Thirdly- it's loads more expensive than Lightmaster...
The ULs are an ultra lift, used only to lift below a base 7 with 30vol or 40vol. There is too much ammonia present to be using it to add tone/depth.
The best baby pink is 11N & SR-RV, just a tiny dot of SR-RV, the colour in the bowl will be the colour on the hair.
Using the new lacquers...
I would skin test with a base 2 to see, it should just be the start of an allergic reaction. If you work in a salon and come in contact with colours all day you can sometimes build up a reaction.
I wouldn't advise adding anything to your colour. Your insurance won't pay out if you haven't stuck...
Could you try an ammonia free product such as inoa or matrix colour insider (I don't know wellas ammonia free range!) as it could be the ammonia she is slightly sensitive to?
Also are you skin testing before each colour application? This could be a sign of an allergic reaction starting to develop.
If there has been a lot of colour build up it won't lift. Try a salon protein treatment which can repair the cortex and help budge the colour.
Are you keeping the bleach moist as it's lifting? If you let it dry out it will stop lifting.
Tell your customer it'll be more than a one time...