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Recently a Facebook friend had posted how that she had tinted her own hair and had experienced an allergic reaction.  She lives up country so not a client of mine, had gone to her hairdresser and they had commented on how she wouldn't be able to tint her hair from now on, my friend asking Facebook friends whether her natural shade would suit her.  Me being me expanded on this and commented on how she could still have colour on her hair by having 'off scalp techniques' and how if she had carried out a skin test prior to tinting her hair she could have avoided the pain and discomfort she was experiencing now.  Obviously other Facebook friends joined in with their comments and I, thinking I was being helpful, gave more info on this topic and even posted a link for them to look at the facts.  This didn't bode well with one of the friends and in fact she sent me a rude message and then deleted her comments on the feed.  The rude message, telling me I thought I knew everything, which didn't bother me at all as I know this topic very well, but not everything, because it did make me think.  I realised that I am very experienced in Hairdressing, run a professional business and strive to give a high standard of service but most of all this episode made me realise how specialised I am in all I do within my business. 

I am not only specialised in Cutting, Colouring, Styling but also product knowledge and the Science of Hairdressing.  

I use generic skin tests before every application and have trained all my clients to expect this high service because they realise it's for their benefit as much as mine. They even comment to their friends and colleagues if conversation goes that way.

I am very proud of my clients understanding the importance of this and of myself to take my career seriously. 

I undertake regular training in all aspects of hairdressing so I know that I can keep the standard of my hairdressing high and keep the specialised knowledge up to date.

See previous tips on hair care and always feel free to ask questions if there's anything you'd like clarified.