She approached my hair as curly and not by its ethnicity.
Back to the process..She washed my hair, with the assistance of two beginning students Corlina & Brandi, then she placed me under the dryer to make sure my hair was dry for the bleaching/lifting process.
Side-note: Misty is a Phase 2 student which means she is just a little over month from graduation.
My gray hairs were up to be tackled along with lighting my ends. Misty mixed some PM Shine that she applied to my edges, along the roots and through out my hair for the gray. Next up was the bleach..here we go.
Oh crap! My hair is blonde..Seriously blonde!
After removing the foil my hair was washed and dried to be ready to add my color..Time for purple..The processed took about 35 minutes and I had my final wash, condition, deep conditioner and treatment.
I do plan to return to get those areas corrected. As a whole I would give the experience a 8 out of 10 because Misty was such a pleasure and she made me feel comfortable with her judgement. I think if I was a little more hands on in advising them on the best way to manipulate my kinks I would have avoided some of the errors.
Paul Mitchell - The School was a Saturday Treat
While waiting for my color to process Brandi gave me a nice hand massage with some tea tree lotion if felt so good.
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