Customer Service?, Haircolor Advice, Haircolor and Makeup Advice

Corrective Hair Color 2023

When you are dealing with a new client and they book a appointment for corrective hair coloring, a lot of questions need to be asked. The telephone brought me to a new client asking if I had the proper hair color she uses. And I told her yes. She went to a salon to get her color done and they did not have the color line she uses, but would have no problem matching it with there line of hair color. And she went to have a touch up done on her root color and “guess what”. They did not achieve the color she wanted at all.

When a new client comes to me consultation is very important. And having there color formula will also be a great help. If I don’t have the color brand she is used to having. I will purchase it and make the appointment for the following week. I will never use the line I have just to make a sale. Spend the time to consult with your new hairdresser and explain what you want and were you are getting too in terms of level of hair color. Whether it be dark, medium, or light make sure you bring old pictures of the hair color with you. That helps out a whole lot. But most of all condition and porosity of the hair is key for me. If it is damaged from over-excess hair coloring or thermal ironing then we will have a problem with the final outcome.

Discuss pricing and what will the up-keep be for the service. Also I like to discuss hair care for the client. That is really important. Basically shampoo’s and conditioner store bought are way to aggressive on today’s hair dyes. And I will recommend how often they will need to come in for servicing and also pricing. Make sure you have a good consultation with your new hairdresser. I went ahead and booked a appointment for them for the next two weeks to fix the new-growth hair color.

Haircolor Advice, Haircolor and Makeup Advice

Magic ROOT Cover Up

Full Hair and Makeup

This product worked very well on the models hair regrowth. Without a sticky feeling, and is also heat resistant.It’s a temporary root touch up spray that quickly covers gray roots with no mixing or mess. The non-sticky formula is ammonia-free, peroxide free and suitable for all hair types and textures. Make sure you Shake the can well. Very well I may recommend. Tip you head over and hold the can 3-4 inches from your hair. And spray. The product will not produce fumes. Spray the color onto new growth and partly through the length of the hair to blend in the color. Let dry for about one minute and finish styling your hair. The product worked well on my model. Bravo. This really comes in handy for editorial work. A must for all hairdressers for photo-shoots. Small and compact and will not take up space. And there is no need for special shampoo’s to clean the product from the new growth.

 • Lasts until your next shampoo
 • Requires no mixing or developer
 • Is formaldehyde-free, aluminum-free and sulfate-free
 • Doesn’t contain synthetic dyes
 • Comes in 8 quick-drying shades
 • Works on synthetic hair

Model before makeup and Magic Root Cover Up