If you are one of the millions of men or women that has tried to color their hair at home or even had it done professionally and it is was a horrible job, there is now great hope!
Color Oops is a new product on the market that is being released by Corona, a California based company that is an innovator in the hair care and color department.
The average man or woman colors their hair approximately nine times and nearly half are not happy with the results, no matter if they do it at home or have it done professionally. The worst part about a bad coloring job
is that there were very few options available to change it. You could wait for it to grow out or spend a lot of time and money in the salon trying to repair the color treatment. This not only resulted in loss of
money, but could do extreme damage to the hair as well.
This great new product, Color Oops has changed all that. Now, you can wash the unwanted color away in less than 20 minutes.
Coloring products use a peroxide formula to help swell hair follicles to help them retain the color. Color Oops uses a hydrosulfite that helps reverse the coloring process by shrinking the color molecule. This leaves
it so small that it simply washes out of the hair.
The product is also very gentle on the hair. In fact, if you desire you can recolor your hair the same day that you use it on your bad color job.
Dave Agrey founded Developlus over 20 years ago and the company has created many of the top private label dyes for several of the best hair coloring brands. The company now distributes Satin ™ which is the largest
selling hair coloring product at professional supply stores.
HOB salons secures international educator for academy success
Debbie Dixon, a renowned educator and hairdresser has agreed to start teaching at the HOB salons new training academy. The new academy is set to open up in London at Camden Lock.
Debbie Dixon began her hairstyling career in the late 1970s in the city of Leeds. She took her entrance exam for Vidal Sassoon under Tim Hartley. She accompanied Vidal personally throughout the 80s to promote his
products throughout Europe.
Her first management position was with the Sassoon Group out of Toronto, Canada. This is where she first successfully introduced education. When she returned to the United Kingdom, she took the job as the senior
principal of the Vidal Sassoon academies. As time went on, her career soared as she opened up the most successful salon in the UK.
Throughout the next three years Debbie managed Sassoon’s South Molton Street Salon. The next challenge in her career came when she took on the challenge of reorganizing the Chicago salon for the company. She met her
husband while in Chicago and followed him to Los Angeles where she became worked for the education department of Vidal Sassoon as the Assistant General Manager.
Debbie now lives in Brixton South London and is excited to take on this new challenge. Hob salons have built a high tech facility that welcomes both national and international students. Adding Debbie to the team of
educators at the facility has given the company everything they need to be successful in their new endeavor.
Hair Brasil hosted 61 thousand visits of beauty professionals
The 6th annual edition of hair Brasil saw the event reach all areas of their expectations. The four day event saw over 61,000 visits from professionals around the world. This was a nine percent increase from the
From the homeland, people flocked to the event from cities such as Minas, Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Bahia, and Santa Catarina, plus many more.
International professionals came mainly from Chile, Peru, Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay and Ecuador, and many others. This has established the event in the world of Latin America.
There were over 530 exhibited brands that participated in events such as the Megashow and the workshops. There were 5100 professionals from divers areas of the hair and beauty care industry that participated
throughout the events.
The participants were happy with the results of the event, stating that there was great volume for business as well as a great network established. This fair has marked its place in the industry as a great event
to make new contacts and allow safer investments throughout the industry.
Hair & Beauty 2007 - Frankfurt am Main
Almost 40,000 visitors came for the first Hair & Beauty to be organised by Messe Frankfurt from 12 to 14 May 2007. They included more
than 30,000 hairdressers and other trade visitors, as well as around 10,000 trendsetters and leading personalities from the sector,
not to mention competition participants, artists and models. During the two days of the fair, over 350 international exhibitors and
brands presented the latest trends and highlights, breathtaking shows and top stars of the hair-fashion scene to the national and
international hairdressing trade. The Saturday evening revolved around the grand Gala Evening, which ensured a glamorous start to
the fair with a host of stars and celebrities from the beauty sector. More ...