I have been a Licensed cosmetologist in New York state for over 26 years, and am well versed in many areas of the cosmetology and appearance enhancement profession.Specialties however, are hair colour, corrective colour and permanent waving,including the chemical and technical aspects of these services and their effects on the hair.I`m glad to consult on any problems you are having concerning your hair.If I don`t have the answer, I`ll try to get it for you.
I've been licensed for cosmetology in New York State since 1974.I am a salon owner, and very active with the National Cosmetology Association and New York State Cosmetology Associaiton.I am one of only a few hundred people in the United States to be certi
For the field of cosmetology, to become acredited as a state educator for the New York State Education Committee or HairAmerica, you must submit to a full day exam, encompassing written exam, practical segments, lesson plans and presentations to prove our knowledge and teaching skills.The same applies for HAirAmerica.I also becam board certified as a coulourist in the same way, by submitting to a full day exam process.I am also antionally certified for cosmetology by the National Cosmetology Ass
I have received several educational awards from New York State for my educational work on a state and national level.
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Mason, I am not an advocate of anything that speeds up the process, as it usually increases the irritation as well. I would definitely suggest getting away from full head bleach. A heavy foiling
Mason, Firstly, I hope your colorist is using 30 and not something higher to get the lift you want from your natural level, or worse yet, processing your lightener under a dryer or other heat source
First of all, I fully understand the time constraint when working with an elderly client. As long as the hair is in good condition, you can redo the perm at any time. To account for the time constraint
Joanne, First of all, I can't imagine that you are suddenly doing something wrong that you were doing correctly all this time. My first thought is a change in medication, which can have a profound
Nithya, If you did have a rebonding, there is no reason why not, as long as your hair is in good condition. Chemically, both services are the same, so there would be no issue. I would recommend conditioning