Since it's that time of year when many want to go darker, warmer, or even colorful to stay current with the style trends for fall & Halloween, now’s the perfect time to offer a customized Top of the Head service!
Ensure your client’s hair extensions stay healthy and hydrated in the summer heat. We’ve put together these quick hair care tips to protect extensions and natural hair from the summer elements and increase your salon revenue along the way. Salon Clients, Shop hairtalk® Hair Care Salon Professionals, Login to Shop BEFORE THE BEACH 1: Cleanse & Nourish Battle uncontrollable frizz and lack of moisture caused by humidity and heat with hairtalk® Cleanse Shampoo, Nourish Conditioner, and Nourish Plus Conditioning Masque. These are the must-have take-home products of the season for any extension wearer. All hairtalk® Hair Care products are specially formulated to balance moisture, improve manageability, and keep the hair and extensions looking and feeling healthy. 2: Mix, Spray...
We brought 12 of our hairtalk® Master Educators together to go head-to-head in the ultimate Insta-Worthy Challenge. The stylists were split into 4 teams, each team consisting of two Tape-In Extension Experts and a Weft Extension Expert. Their challenge was to transform their models using only the products provided by hairtalk® Brand Director, Esther Schoonover.
MAKE UP FOR LOSS REVENUE IN HALF THE TIME. With limited appointment availability due to governmental salon guidelines, are you offering clients the highest per hour profiting salon service? The profit potential is endless with hairtalk® Tape-In and Weft extensions.
Are you ready to reopen your business? After what feels like years of mandated closures, states have finally begun to allow stylists and salons to reopen their doors. The salon environment we once knew will now be disrupted with new government guidelines and restrictions that everyone must abide by. April Allen, hairtalk® Master Hair Extensions Educator, Salon Owner, and Stylist, joined hairtalk® extensions to provide stylists and salon owners with her suggestions for preparing to get back to business in this new environment of safety and precaution.