On a mission to help you bestow clients with the strongest, healthiest hair, TIGI Copyright has devised an SOS guide. This week the spotlight is on achieving the smoothest waves.
Perfect for fine, wavy hair, this service will give immediate hydration, wave definition and frizz control to revive your clients’ hair in five simple steps. Tailor this service to the level of heat damage, targeting split-ends and giving strength back to the hair.
Step one – During the consultation process, assess the porosity and elasticity of the hair. Consultation is key to understanding how your clients wear their curls/waves.
Step two – Cleanse the hair thoroughly with TIGI Copyright Moisture Shampoo.
Step three – Mix in a bowl 20ml of TIGI Copyright Treatment Base with three pumps of Shine Booster and three pumps of Smooth Booster Treatments. Comb the hair and divide it into four sections, then apply the treatment mixture through mid-length and ends. Continue throughout the hair with a tint brush. Leave the treatment in the hair for five minute, then rinse.
Step four – Slick back your client’s hair, then distribute TIGI Copyright Multi Tasking Styling Cream into your hand. First apply the cream with your fingers through mid-length and ends, then with the palm of your hands from root to tip.
Step five – Comb the hair through, then apply TIGI Copyright Heat Protection Spray from root to tip. Finish by blow-drying the hair into the desired shape.
For fine hair clients, use the TIGI Copyright Moisture Conditioner to boost the moisture level of hair without weighting it down. For clients with high hair density or suffering from dryness, use the Colour Lustre Oil to smoothen the cuticle and add shine.
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