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Melissa Schleicher Chats About HOW TO Help Clients With Hair Loss

Maggie Mulhern | January 29, 2013 | 8:38 AM

It's a very touchy subject...addressing hair loss with your client. Melissa Schleicher of Parlour 3 in Brentwood, Tennessee has learned how to deal with the topic in a very positive way.

"Instead of saying 'Let's talk about your hair loss', the better way would be to say 'I have something to make your hair beautiful'. It's a more positive approach...and what client wouldn't respond to that?"

Melissa has been using Zenagen shampoo, conditioner and treatments to help her clients. "I have more than 150 who are using it and have had amazing results," she says. "Although the products  are premium priced, they really aren't that expensive when used properly. And my clients don't even think about the price because they are so effective."

In this video, Melissa shares her thoughts on the hair loss topic.

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