Going Light for the Summer

Going Light for the Summer

2156 days ago · Justin Trombetti

Sun’s out, which means it’s the season for adding sun-kissed tones to our hair color, and that usually means going light. Whether your client is choosing to go completely light or just some, here is your chance as a stylist to introduce her to a new world: the world of hair extensions. There are many of us who envy the gal who is able to change her hair...

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Going Light for the Summer

Going Light for the Summer

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Which Type of Bead Should You Use?

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Improving Your Hair Extension Services

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How Many Packs of Hair

How Many Packs of Hair

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3 Easy Steps Before Your Next I-Tip Appointment

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Replacing Your I-Tip Tools

Replacing Your I-Tip Tools

Using the right tools ensures that you’ve installed your hair extensions correctly, and saves you a lot of time, (an...