Working with wavy, curly and coiled textures is fun, creative and an exciting challenge if you don’t have a lot of experience. And one more thing—it’s good for business. Are you thinking about schooling yourself in all things texture? Here’s what you need to know.
Curls don’t just blithely barrel through the seasons without a care—they’re sensitive to changes in temperatures and atmospheric conditions. That’s why it’s essential to understand various climates and how they affect curls.
As a professional in the beauty industry, you have to learn how to continuously adapt and learn new techniques. More importantly, how to do those techniques and styles on ALL textures of hair. That’s where hands-on education comes in.
The most water-guzzling activity in the salon after laundry is perming, so we continue our series on the Labor of Laundry with a look at a partnership between Sustain Beauty Co and Curl Cult, this has managed to slash water consumption and reduce waste.