You should always be more knowledgeable than your clients, this is the only way you can establish yourself as an expert in their eyes. Do you agree? Well, our clients are bombarded with information about different product lines, artificial haircolor types, ingredients to avoid, etc. this means you need to be ready to have high-level conversations with them on this topic.
This lesson will set you up to understand artificial haircolor better, but also help you better defend (or attack) certain ingredients based on facts, not branding propaganda.
I highlight the most important details and talking points, so you can educate clients confidently when they have questions.
Here’s what you’ll learn:
- How to Choose the Correct Type of Artificial Haircolor
- Difference between Direct and Indirect Dye Molecules
- How Oxidative Color Works
- Ammonia VS Ammonia-Free Options
- What MEA is
- What are PPDs
- What PPD’s are and why we use them
- How to realistically perform a patch test
By the end of the lesson, you should be well-versed in all the different types of artificial haircolor, different types of dye molecules, why ammonia needs to exist, why ammonia alternatives exist, what paraphenylene diamines (PPDs) are, PPD allergies, and what to do if there’s a sensitivity to PPDs.
After purchasing this lesson, my biggest piece of advice is to watch the video first, and then watch it again while answering the workbook questions. It’s important that you actually understand your answers so you can remember this information while working behind the chair.
This Single Lesson Purchase Includes 1 video lesson (31 minutes) and 1 workbook.
*If you’re interested in purchasing all three lessons in Haircolor Foundations Course, please click here.
Meet Your Teacher
Heather Ward Kepshire, Creator
- Educated in San Francisco
- Refined in Boston
- Thrived Everywhere Else
I’m a hairstylist and a haircolor curriculum creator. I know first hand that none of us receives the haircolor education we thought we would get in Beauty School, no matter how much we paid for it. When I graduated and passed my State Boards I knew virtually nothing about haircolor formulation.
Yet still 15 years later, newly licensed hairstylists continue to struggle like I once did with haircolor formulation because they are not being taught how to formulate haircolor, consult with a client, or build a loyal following.
I am bridging the gap between the Beauty School education you received, and all the things you need to know about haircolor formulation to help you thrive behind the chair quickly.
Every hairstylist deserves the chance to have a profitable career, regardless of the salon they work in or the brand of products they use. If you want to make more money, feel more confident with haircolor formulation, and get so popular with clients you have no choice but to keep raising your prices, you’re in the right place.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- 1 Video Lesson
- 1 Workbook
- 3 Video Lessons
- 3 Workbooks
- Salon Exercises
- 12 Video Lessons
- 12 Workbooks
- 12 Workbook Answer Keys
- Salon Exercises
- Model Release Forms
- Color Wheels
- Underlying Pigment Chart
- Color Maps