In this 3-day course we will cover the following:

Consultation

Learn how to build a positive relationship with your client.  Building trust and confidence from the start will lead to a more powerful experience.  Listening is key when you first meet your client in order to address their needs.  You will learn how to accurately determine the type of hair replacement system that will best work for your client.  The first meeting will lay the foundation and provide you and your client with the best possible outcome.

Decision Making

There are several key components to consider with ordering a hairpiece.  Here is where we will discuss selecting product, density, length, curl, etc.

How to Determine When to Use a Stock Unit or Custom Mold

We will teach you how to determine whether or not a Stock Unit will address your clients need.  In some cases, Custom Molds are necessary, so we will teach you how to make the mold. 


You’ll also learn how to fill out the appropriate order forms and discuss which manufacturer is right for your clients need.  We work with many different manufacturers as each provides a unique product to best fill the need of the client.  I do not have any affiliation with any manufacture and have NO hidden agenda to sell you any particular product.  We will provide you with 30 years of experience as to which manufacturer best provides product for the need of the client.

How to Make a Custom Mold

A custom mold ensures a perfect fit for your client.  We will teach you how to make a mold that is factory ready for a custom fit.  In addition, how to complete the necessary forms. 

Learning How to Work with Synthetic Fiber and Human Hair

We will show you how to work with both synthetic fibers and human hair, how they differ and how to determine which will best suit your client.

Cutting and Blending Techniques

Cutting human and synthetic fibers will be demonstrated and hairpieces will be supplied for practice.  Blending is a key technique and an important part of the practice.  Both cutting and thinning shears will be supplied.  Also covered will be coloring, perming and styling.

Attachment Methods

  

There are four basic methods of hair attachment:


1. Clip Ins

2. Micro-linking

3. Bonding with adhesives

4. Integrations


All methods of attachments will be demonstrated and practiced. We will teach you how to determine which is best for your client. 

Clip Ins

Micro-linking

Bonding with adhesives

Integrations