Shampoo can contain ingredients that can be harmful to sensitive clients and can pose a risk to the environment. One of the most common ingredients is sulfates. As a professional you already know that shampoos with sulfates should be avoided to protect hair color from fading. Here are some other ingredients worth learning more about.
A client living with trichotillomania will likely hide it from you, and might skip coming to the salon altogether. Once you understand the problem, you will become an asset and resource to your client.
CBD massage is a luxurious, non-psychoactive, stress-relieving experience with anti-inflammatory benefits, now available in Los Angeles, Orange County, Inland Empire, Palm Springs and San Diego but set to expand.
For a majority of today’s clients, damaged hair happens. Rene Furterer's newest ritual--ABSOLUE KÉRATINE—is scientifically proven to go deep, repairing and restoring hair to its original state of health.
Hair loss or thinning hair affects so many of your clients and their confidence and quality of life is often severely impacted. This client wanted to share her story, to give other women hope, and to praise the stylist who helped her feel like herself again.
The line between science and myth is often blurred. With so much information available online it’s hard for clients to know what constitutes proper hair health and care Clients expect you to be their resource so it’s important for you to stay educated.
Thinning hair can be more susceptible to all kinds of damage — especially damage that comes from hair tools. “If hair loss is excessive, it may lead to visible thinning,” says Clairol Color Director James Corbett says. “It is normal to shed hair about 100 hairs a day.” If you’re losing more than that, you may start to see noticeable changes on your scalp.