Will I get a certificate?
Upon successful completion of the course you will be given a certificate.
Is a training kit included in course?
A training kit has to be bought on the day to complete the course.
What do I need to bring?
1. A Tail Comb
2. Extra Large Comb
4. Sectioning Clips
5. Mannequin Head
6. Needle and Thread
|0930 to 0945
|0945 to 1045
||Different types of hair & the equipment and tools
|1045 to 1145
||Planning Colours, application methods, pricing services,
|1145 to 1300
||Start learning how to apply pre-bonded hair Keratin
|1300 to 1330
|1330 to 1730
||Continue with Keratin Extensions
Many technicians have traditionally trained on a thermal bonding system,
whether that be using a special glue-gun or pot to melt down resin which
is then used to apply hair extension strands to their clients own or using
pre-bonded keratin extensions.
Often referred to as Micro-Bonding, these thermal resin-bonded
extensions can be used to add overall length and volume or simply
highlight natural hair. They can be worn by clients for up to three
months, after which it is advised that clients return to their technician
to have them removed and replaced to ensure their natural hair is kept
in its best condition.
This two-day course is designed for complete beginners that have never
worked with any thermal bonding system before. By the end of the
course you should be confident with your ability to apply pre-bonded
keratin extensions and in working with micro-ring which will mean you
are no longer limited to only working with pre-bonded hair pieces. You
should be able to conduct a full client consultation; be able to price your
service correctly; order hair in the correct amounts; style and colour;
offer your clients complete advice and guidance on what living with
extensions will mean to them; how they should care for and maintain
their new extensions; and how to safely remove bonded extensions, lace
wig, master parting etc.