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kellie
September 24, 2007, 10:23pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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hi im new to this site as i have just started mobile. I have a client whom wants a perm and has had one for years with her old mobile hairdresser also she colours her hair herself using nice and easy. I have been once to do a cut and blow and on examening her it seems really dry at the front and on the top section i was just wondering if nice and easy has metalic salts and would anyone perm it? The condition is fine at the back and in my experience if product has metalic salts it usually effects the hair all over. Has anyone seen different???
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September 24, 2007, 10:40pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Hallo Kellie, sorry I cant help with haircare advice, but I am sure some will be along soon, anyway how is the business going ? are you finding enough work ? these are usefull people to know http://www.fhbf.org.uk/


Fluffython - the largest group portrait of hairdressers
http://www.fluffython.org.uk
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kellie
September 25, 2007, 10:04pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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thanks for the web address i read throught some of the postings last night and have already contacted the fhfb for details, seems like a fab org to join just the sort of training opps i was looking for and unsure on how to access. Buisness is going well just started this month and the response to the advertising so far has been great. Have been out of hairdressing for a while and need some confidence building, only done family and freinds for years due to young kids. Great courses avalible on the fhfb would recomend to anyone thanks
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Confidence will come with time and pratice, and support from the outside will help, are you hoping to make a full time career of it ?


Fluffython - the largest group portrait of hairdressers
http://www.fluffython.org.uk
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December 1, 2007, 12:18pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator


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HI KELLIE THE BEST THING TO DO THERE IS TAKE I STREAND TEST TAKE A SMLL CUTTING OF HAIR AND PUT IT IN THE PERM LOTION LEAVE FOR 10 MIN AND SEE HOW THE HAIR REACTS TO IT IF IT STREACHES OR DISINTEGRATES YOU R BEST NOT TO DO ANY PERM OR COLOUR AND JUST TELL THE CLIENT AS IF SOME THING WENT WRONG ITS YOUR REPUTATION YOU HAVE TO THINK OFF

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