AHP Indie Stylist

Volume 1, Issue 3

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N ot a m e m b e r ? J o i n at a s so c iate d h a i rp rofe s sio n a ls .c o m 5 Instant Gratification In this issue, we talk about one of the hottest trends in hair—hair extensions. In this new world where consumers are waiting, waiting, waiting to get back to some kind of normal, they love immediate gratification—and you have the tools to deliver just that. A few months ago, I wanted to do something new with my hair that gave me easy options for styling during this crazy time of multitasking like never before. Between home schooling the kids and working from home, there is little time left for high-maintenance hair. My hairstylist suggested tape-in extensions. To my shock, hair extensions are much more affordable than they were 10 years ago, but they are still an amazing (and profitable) service to add to your menu. I love the simplicity and the dramatic look they provide. This service requires your client to schedule regular visits to keep the extensions maintained, typically every 4-8 weeks depending on your client's hair growth. Change is not only evident in our hairstyles these days; it's every where we look. During these unprecedented times, it is important we continue to grow and evolve our businesses. I encourage you to read our cover feature interview with Ammon Carver. He shares with us his journey to becoming one of the hottest hairstylists in the country. Enjoy! TRACY DONLEY Executive Director Associated Hair Professionals @tracy.donley P.S. Shout out to Mallory Richers, owner of Design dei Capelli in Arvada, Colorado. I love my luscious locks! from the ahp executive director After Before

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