4. Recommend Follow-Up Care at Home
For your clients to maintain the effects of the Fusion Intense Repair Service, they’ll want to add the Fusion collection to their at-home hair routine. While the Amino Refiller is for salons only, the Fusion Intense Repair Shampoo and Fusion Intense Repair Conditioner or Mask can all be used at home to keep locks perfectly plump and smooth. Recommend that they take this duo home and use them regularly – or whenever locks feel especially fragile. Not only will they repair and keep the hair silky-smooth, but they’ll help to prevent further hair breakage too.
5. Hype Up Heat Protection
If there’s one styling essential every client needs in their kit, it’s a heat protection spray. They don’t want to be blow-drying, tonging, or straightening their locks without one. Recommend they try EIMI Thermal Image, which features a bi-phase formula you shake up and spritz. One half is a protective liquid, while the other half is a smoothing serum. Mixed together, they are able to safeguard strands from up to 220°C heat. No more sizzling already-fragile hair – strands will be shiny, frizz-free and, above all, protected.
6. Recommend More Regular Cuts
For split ends, the most efficient treatment is a good trim. Typically, breakage and dryness are most prominent through the ends and mid-lengths, so refreshing the ends regularly also works wonders. You might find some are open to the idea of a bob haircut, but for those who are keen to keep their length, we recommend a subtler cutting technique called ‘dusting’. Rather than taking off inches or even centimeters from their hair, you’re deftly trimming away frazzled ends to tidy them up – hence the name ‘dusting’. Because you’re taking smaller snips, your client may need more regular appointments. This way you can keep on top of the damage, and they can keep hold of their length.