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Student Shears For The Stylist In Training

October 20, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Going to cosmetology school can be expensive and then when you see the price of quality scissors for cutting hair than you will find that being a hairstylist becomes a very expensive career that many may not have the money for right away. One way to save a little money at the beginning of your career is to use student shears while you are attending school. These shears are made from the top makers of quality hair cutting tools but with the student in mind who is trying to learn their craft on a budget.

Saving Money By Getting The Best Scissors

October 8, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Many new hairdressers sometimes try and cut some corners on their hair styling tools just because they are on a limited budget while they are getting their clientele built up. One corner they should never cut is the quality of their scissors. By opting to get a pair of shears, which are made from lesser quality steel they in the long run will end up paying more money to have, those scissors sharpened more often. Professional shears stay sharp longer so sharpening is needed less often saving money for the new hairdresser who needs to maintain a quality pair of shears to get the best cuts possible to develop the reputation as a top stylist.

Straightening Your Hair At Home To Save Money

September 20, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

If you have ever had your hair straightened at a hair salon you know that the tools a professional stylist uses to get the curl out are some of the best available. Of course they have the best hair straighteners since working with their hair is their profession and a tool of the trade. But you too can get these quality hair straighteners and get salon straightening results at home with a professional hair iron of your own. In the long run buying your own iron and straightening your hair at home will be easier on your budget and you can get the look whenever you want.

Affordable Professional Scissors for Students

September 16, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

It does not take a rocket scientist to look at the costs of professional shears and realize that for the student in cosmetology school these may be just too expensive with the other costs they have of going to school. Luckily brands like Kamisori have student shears that are made with the same high quality materials and attention for detail but as a lower cost for the student on a budget. These are the perfect scissors to get the future hairstylist off to a successful career without blowing their budget before they ever get started.

Fusion Hair Extensions

June 13, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Fusion hair extensions is a method used to place hair extensions in hair. There are different ways of fusing the hair, each method can offer different advantages and disadvantages.

Hair extensions can be attached to your head in many different ways, including gluing, tubing, sewing, and clipping on. Different methods have different advantages. The method you choose will depend on many factors: your hair, your lifestyle, your budget, and your needs, for starters. If you are looking for a long-lasting, natural-looking hair extension, though, consider one of the fusion methods.

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Hot fusion iron.

Fusion hair extensions can be applied in two different ways. Hot fusion and cold fusion. The application of the hot fusion has its advantages and disadvantages. Hot fusion can usually allow the hair extensions to last up to 4 months.

Cold fusion is a new method that is gentler on your hair. As this method uses no heat, it is good for fine or thin hair. The polymer offers more flexibility than hot-glue, and results in a more natural-feeling of the hair extensions. For cold fusion hair extensions, many hairdressers use SoCap extensions and a clear bond. These extensions can last up to six months.

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fusion hair extensions

So keep your eyes open once again as we will soon be adding fusion hair extensions to our collection of items for sale. Till next time Good Luck,

niki

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