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How to Identify Hair Tone

Hair tone differs from hair level. The hair's level refers to the depth of the color, not the lightness or darkness. Hair tone refers to the actual hair color. To…

admin October 24, 2011

Identify any grey levels in your clients hair

Its unnecessary to determine a specific grey level in a clients hair only an approximate level. Grey levels can be divided into four main categories: 0-25%, 26-50%,…

admin October 20, 2011

What is the natural level?

When preparing a hair color formula it is important to first establish what the natural hair color level is. The natural level can easily be determined by consulting…

admin October 17, 2011

What is Porosity?

A pore's ability to store liquid is called porosity. Average hair porosity is the benchmark for hair color manufacturers. They craft their hair colors to work best…

admin October 13, 2011

Is the hair curly, straight, or wavy?

Hair formation determines whether or not a person's hair is wavy, curly, or straight. It also plays a large part in hair shine. The smoother a client's hair is,…

admin October 10, 2011

How dense is her hair?

Hair density refers to the amount of hair your client has. Hair density is an important factor in highlights and hair coloring in general. If clients have thin or…

admin October 6, 2011

What is Her Hair Texture?

A common misconception about hair is that it is the amount of hair on someone's head. That is actually called hair density. Hair texture is  determined by the diameter…

admin October 3, 2011

How big of a change is your client looking to make?

There are 4 types of hair color changes clients are looking to make. The first type of change, and arguably the simplest is "no change" "No Change" When a client…

admin September 29, 2011

Use 'Pretty' Words

Many words we use every day have positive or negative connotations. Use positive words whenever possible. It is very easy in this business to use words that we…

admin July 21, 2011

The 5 Body Language Signals You Need

Body language is a fascination, powerful subject. 90% of what we communicate is physical - very little has to do with what we say. Tuning into a few very simple…

admin July 14, 2011