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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING COLOUR ADVICE!!  This thread currently has 731 views. Print Print Thread
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April 17, 2006, 10:15pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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At the Hairdressers Forum we endeavour to answer all of your hair-related problems.  We strive to reply to all of you as soon as possible.

However, some of those posting questions may notice that where possible we prefer to refer back to the colour theory rather than simply answering with a specific colour that will answer the immediate question.

This is for two reasons:

Firstly, as we all know, the consultation is the most important area of colouring. Successful colouring is wholly reliant on correct procedure and checking of all contra-indications before we proceed. Thus without a complete consultation and without physically assessing a client in person, our moderators can not give a list of exact products for the correction of ... or application of a colour. Colouring is as individual as each of our client's .. and a generalised answer will never apply to all applications!!!

What we will do is try to ascertain why each individual is having difficulties in colour choice and help guide them on a path to confident application of theory!!  

There are various threads within the colour section that take you 'back-to-basics' and cover most common issues. If you find that there is an issue not covered, please post your question or comment and we will cover the topic for future reference!!

Secondly, answering a question too literally (i.e. giving a colour and volume choice for an individual) might answer a current issue .... but will not help the individual understand and make decisions in the future. Proper understanding of colouring theory will, however, last you a lifetime!!!!!

When posting a question ... try to be as honest and as specific as possible ... please do not feel embarrassed to ask even the most basic of questions and supply as much information as possible (i.e. condition, colouring history etc).

In this way we can tailor the responses to your individual needs ....

Above all, enjoy your time here ... feel free to contribute and get involved!!

The bigger the network of hairdressers that contribute to the forum, the better all round advice we can give to you all

Advice for hairdressers by hairdressers ......

Have Fun



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April 18, 2006, 10:48pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Thankyou pollyester, i know that i do have a colouring down fall but thanks to you i feel more confident, its the only thing in hairdressng where barriers go up its nice to know i can come on here and get some basic advice its a great help to me and other hairdressers as im sure im not the only one that struggles.Its nice to be able to ask even the basic questions and not be embarrased
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