Choosing a Haircolor that is right for your Skin Tone
Tone Avoid Look For
Skin Base-Light Fair
Peach Ash tones Reds, golds and warm tones
Pink Red tones Ash tones and warm tones
Pink Gold Ash tones, Cool reds
Olive/Yellow Ash Reds, warm and gold tones
Neutral Ash Most tones look good
Red Ash tones, gold tones Warm, neutral
Olive Ash tones Most tones look good
Fine Hair- Fine hair can be damaged easily as compared to thicker or coarser hair. The penetration of chemicals and products occurs faster on fine hair due to the fact that fine hair has less cuticle layers.
Course Hair- Course hair is larger in diameter and will have more cuticle layers. This type of hair is sometimes resistant to haircolor or decolorization products.
LOOK GOOD.....FEEL BETTER
This program was developed in 1989 by the
CTFA Foundation a charitable organization
established by the Cosmetic, Toiletry, and Fragrance Association for Women Cancer Patients who are experiencing appearance
related side effects. It is Free and the Makeover helps with the outlook and the emotional approach towards treatments. This
During the consultation to achieve an understanding of the Client and what they want to achieve and/or perceive their challenges to their hair to be.
1) What do you like about your hair?
2) What is it that you do not like about your hair?
3) Would you consider your hair to be curly,
wavy or straight?
4) Would you consider your hair to be fine,
medium or coarse?
5) Would you consider your hair to be damaged? Why? ex: chemical damage, styling tools
6) What do you use for hair care products?
7) How often do you condition your hair?
Daily Conditioner or Hair Reconstructor
8) Are you taking any medications? ex:thyroid
9) Do you clarify your hair? How often?
10) Do you have well water?
11) Are you frequently in chlorine pools?
12) Do you use home haircolor?
13) How much time do you want to spend styling your hair?
14) What do you consider to be the best feature about your hair?
15) What do you consider to be the worst feature about your hair?
16) How much time would you like to spend daily?
styling your hair?
17) Are you comfortable working with styling tools? example:blow dryer, flat/curling iron
18) What traits irritate you the most about a Stylist?ex::untimely, unattentive, cleanliness
19) What traits do you like to see in a Stylist so I
may best service your needs?
20) Is it important to you that your Stylist attend haircutting and color seminars updating and improving their skills as a professional?
View "Look Books" prior to a hair color or haircutting service. Not everyone views color the same way and this is one way to stay on the same page. The Look Book has photos of various colors and high-lights broken down into categories blondes, brunettes or red heads. It is easier to see the levels and tones than using a swatch. This Look Book also includes various haircuts such as short, medium or long including updos. Communication is the key to success.ere to add text.
Our hair is one of the most
dramatic and beautiful adornments we possess. All successful services must begin with a thorough analysis of the clients hair type and its present condition in order to determine the results that can be reasonably be expected.