I have clients that come from all over the world due to the large amount of military that are stationed here. Having a diverse clientele has given me an insatiable drive to perfect my craft and learn new techniques to service all my client’s needs.
I wanted to learn a strand by strand method because it seemed like the best method for hair extensions that give a natural look without damaging the hair. I went to a Trade Show to compare all the different techniques and Companies that specialized in this method. I found Cinderella Hair Extensions Classic Bonding System to be, by far, superior to their competitors. I love the clear bonds and the quality of the hair and color selection is fantastic. It is very easy to apply, blend and accommodate a majority of my client’s hair textures. Removal is easy and leaves the hair without damage or residue.
If you are a stylist looking to expand the types of services you offer your client’s, then Cinderella Hair Extensions is the way to go! Clients that are tired of being in that “middle hair stage” of growing out their hair want to add more volume or length – Cinderella Hair Extensions are perfect. Adding highlights or lowlights without the commitment or possible damage from chemicals, then Cinderella Hair Extensions are a great addition to your salon menu and will give you an edge over your competition.
The education is great, the product and Company is awesome – and your customers will look fabulous!
Length: 22” Medium Texture Body Wave
My client Jessica presented a particular challenge because the back of her hair is very short and she wanted her hair as long as possible. I choose to use the Classic Bond System because it would allow me to add enough hair to make give her enough length at the bottom and freedom to place the bond in strategic places in order to give a more natural look. I am so grateful to have learned these techniques in your 2-Day Training Seminar.
In the back I used a freehand technique with back to back rows up to the occipital. Then I spaced the rows above the occipital about a ½” apart. The last few rows I changed to a brick layer pattern to just below the crown.
On the sides I placed 9 rows with the last few roads using the same brick layer pattern as in the back. I gave her short layers using a slither cutting technique and texturized the ends of her natural hair with scissors to soften the lines of the bob she had and blend it into the rest of her haircut.
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