I qualified in level 3 last year and over the past few months I’ve not been enjoying cutting, I’m thinking about giving up cutting and just sticking to being a colour technician - my only worry is will this make me less employable if I were to leave my current salon? Or do quite a lot of salons...
Did a half head bleach highlights with a root colour in between - majirel highlift ash and ash violet. The ends were already above a level 10 and she uses silver shampoo a lot at home so the ends have grabbed on to this and appear almost white.
I toned the roots with luo po1 to removed excess...
I’ve got a new client, had a consultation with her. At the moment she’s got about 5 inches natural level 6 root quite warm then level 5 old red semi perm on the mid lengths and ends, it’s faded to a warm brown but you can still see the red tone. She’s eventually wanting a white balayage (shock!)...
Looking for some new scissors, currently on size 5.5 but think I need to get a bigger pair.
An all rounder pair good for baselines, layers and precision work etc..
Any recommendations? - budget is £200
Any recommendations for a bright white toner in L’Oréal for full head prelightener?
I’ve used po1 before but sometimes it looks a bit dull, I know it depends on level of lift but any recommendations would be helpful!
I’m a graduate colour technician - I graduated in June.
My column is still really empty even around Christmas. My boss has put a few advertisements and offers on social media to promote me but I’m still quiet.
Any advice on how to get busier?
Thankyou In advance!
Looking for some advice.. my client has 100% white hair but she’d like to add a more golden tone to it rather than the dull salt and pepper she is now.
How would you advise to do this without using a permanent colour?
I use L’Oréal pro
I have a colour change tomorrow, full head prelightener to a blonde balayage. Wanting to darken the root down, what’s that best way to pre pig this? Currently level 10+ wanting roots to be a level 6/7 and ashy!
Is it normal for the water to still run slightly dark from the colour when shampooing, after the client has had colour done for almost a week and has washed their hair 3 times since? (Used 5.8 diarichesse)
To finish my final year of training I’m in need of training models for colour and cuts in Yorkshire Uk on Tuesdays.
All training is supervised by a senior member of the team. Colour services require a patch test at least 48 hours prior to service.
Please message me for further details