About the Class:
Get fusion application certified and an overview in Tape-In/Sticker and I-Tip extensions. Water tolerant & high quality, Di Biase extensions use a unique flat wrap technique to ensure virtually undetectable, flexible bonds that are exceptional in comfort and durability. The Di Biase Fusion class covers everything you need to know to get started as a fusion hair extenionist from washing, prepping, consultation and pre-cutting, to installation, post cutting and how to market hair extensions for the most profit. This class also goes over the technique for tape-in/sticker and i-tip extensions. Taught by a certified hair extension stylist, you will walk away with all of the skills and knowledge you need to get started with your own hair business.
Please note, if these dates do not work for you, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (248) 489-8900 and we can set up a different training day for you.
About Fusion Extensions:
Fusion hair is applied on a lock by lock basis. Extensions come in packs of 20 locks, with a lock consisting of multiple strands of double drawn hair joined together by a thin keratin bonding strip. The stylist will individually attach each lock to the client’s hair (near the base of the neck) through use of heating pliers (hot tool) applied to the keratin bond. Fusion extensions should last approximately 4-6 months and will eventually need to be replaced as the normal hair grows out.
The research carried out in the laboratory of Di Biase has always been the strong point of Di Biase Hair. Today, Di Biase boasts an innovative element that brings to the forefront the scientific expertise of the research team of the company: from the laboratory of Di Biase Hair comes the line “Hair Waterproof”. A new patented process that allows the bonds to be more tolerant of water from swimming and saunas. All fusion extensions come in 20 bonds per 1 pack of hair.
Fusion hair is available in different lengths: 12 inch, 16 inch, 20 inch, and 24 inch in straight, wavy and curly.
What should I bring into the event?
- A thin metal tipped rat tail or highlighting comb
- A dozen each of small and large 1 prong type metal cutting clips
- An old pair of scissors or crafting nippers. (Michael’s & Joanne’s craft shears work great)
- Cutting comb
- Flat iron
- Scissors and razor for cutting hair on mannequin
PLEASE NOTE: This class is on BOTH Sunday AND Monday, from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm both days.
YOU MUST BE A BEAUTY STUDENT OR STYLIST TO ATTEND THIS CLASS.
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