Hair color allergies

Hair dye allergy symptoms There’s a difference between a sensitivity and an allergy to PPD or other hair dye ingredients. A sensitivity may cause contact dermatitis symptoms, such as burning and stinging or red, dry skin. If you’re allergic to hair dye, your symptoms can range from mild to serious. Symptoms may occur immediately or take up to 48 hours to manifest. Hair dye allergy symptoms include: stinging or burning sensation on the scalp, face, Read more…

Tom Dispenza – Toronto June 23

COME AND LEARN WITH TOM DISPENZA June 23, 2019 The secret to amazing hair colors $ 75.00 (working lunch included) 355 Garyray Drive/ Unit 2 Toronto – ON M9L 1P6 (Hwy, 400 & Steeles Ave) What is the secret to creating amazing hair colors? Tom explains it this way: ” Knowing how the products work is one of the most important aspects of coloring hair. Few colorists have ever been given the “inside scoop” about Read more…

Education…education….

Color services are not a trend in today’s salons. It is a specialty that is here to stay which requires ongoing education. Being aware of fashion trends and new techniques is not enough to be able to deal with the challenges of your clients needs and desires. One must stay up to speed about the chemistry. product updates, techniques and fashion trends. To be a successful colorist/stylist you must have an advanced understanding of the Read more…

Ammonia versus MEA

There are many myths and much misinformation out there about the use of ammonia in hair coloring products. Much of this is propagated to hairdressers and consumers through marketing messages. Many people are confused. Ammonia is a product that provides the alkalinity needed to allow the penetration of the color molecules and to help the peroxide to lighten the existing pigments within the hair. It evaporates in a very short time, has a distinct odor Read more…

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