|03-26-2009, 07:20 AM||#1 (permalink)|
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Which solution for which skin type
Inspired by another posting by Kggolilne has gotten me wondering.
When a new customer walks in through the door how much time and what assessment do you make when recommending what strength solution to use that best suits your customers skin type.
Do you simply give em what they want irrespective of skin type or do you try and persuade them to have a percentage that you as a professional feel would better suite them.
So guy's what solution do you techs recommend for Skin Type I, Skin Type II and Skin Type III.
Have you ever refused to apply a solution strength that simply either wouldn't suit the customer or would possibly result in DHA overload?
|03-28-2009, 12:59 PM||#2 (permalink)|
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Re: Which solution for which skin type
through lots of trial and error and sprays on many skin types i have made custom solution recipes.
My first suggestion would be to do patch testing on yourself with many solutions. using a qtip dip into solution and rub into skin.
(I'm actually doing some tests right now on some clear solutions.)
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