How To: Apply highlights and lowlights to hair at home

Apply highlights and lowlights to hair at home

This hair tutorial teaches you how to use an at home foil highlighting kit. Save money on trips to the hair salon by applying highlights and lowlights at home. Watch this how to video and get salon perfect highlights for your hair at home.

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It does work great! For coloring, backcombing, detangling, and parting the hair- this comb is perfect for anyone with hair!! :)

You, know i am a hair stylist, and to be teaching clients how to do their own hair color at home, is really stupid. Clients do not know the basic fundamentalism of hair color. Let alone it looks like you are using foils for food- which is all too heavy of a foil to process any type of color. Clients are not trained in color placement nor are they train with particular color lines. So its taking a huge gamble that they can mess up their hair, not only can clients damage their own hair- they will be coming into their hair dresser/stylist to fix their hair, for their mistake that they made at home. Which would end up costing the same for having to go every 4 to 6 weeks for your color. Its just like using box color...not good for you hair, coming to your professional stylist is putting trained work into your hair- which is a huge investment, as well as purchasing professional shampoo and conditioner to take care of your hair. Remember going to a professional means you are putting an investment into your appearance, and as a professional it is also my job to make sure your hair is healthy as possible. And you say its expensive to go back and get your color done ever 4 to 6 weeks. Hair dressers don't have insurance, if we are booth rent- the booth, the color, and any other product comes out of our pocket. As well as the skill we were trained, this is a trade. We are literal hair artist. Don't doubt or complain that prices are too high without knowing why we have 50 dollars a hair cut, a lot of the times it to help pay for the rent at the salon you go to, the products used, taxes, insurance that we need for our families and ourselves (you don't want us sick- who will do your hair the correct way?) by the end of the day, for every 4 to 6 weeks color for 115 dollars doesn't seem like a lot when you realize how much work goes into your hair.

What is the name of this comb and where can I get it at?

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