I-Tip ONLINE COURSE
Clients love how I-Tip Extensions blend into hair easily, and how there is no heat, glues, or chemicals used in the installation process. I-Tip extensions are installed using small beads. This strand-by-strand method offers a full range of movement and styling.
In this video, you’ll be introduced to the I-Tip extension tools and equipment. You’ll learn how to use the Loop Tool to thread beads on the hair without creating knots and snags that could cause pain, discomfort, and hair loss. You’ll learn techniques for using the Hair Extension Tool to clamp the beads to hold the hair extensions in place. There are three types of beads: Flare, Micro-Lock, and Silicone. The video explains the differences between the bead types, and how to decide which one is best for each client.
Instructor Ruben Martinez will show you how to place extensions on the head, working from the nape of the head. You’ll learn how to part the hair and how to make beads discrete and easy for your client to style.
You’ll learn the four steps of proper blending, so hair has a soft, natural feel. Ruben will show you how to determine the hair’s length, frame the face, connect the layers, and detail and polish.
You’ll learn how to consult and advise your clients to take care of their extensions. You’ll learn which kinds of products are safe to use on hair extensions, and how to wash, condition, and style extensions properly. You’ll learn how to remove the extensions safely using the Hair Extensions Tool to un-crimp the beads.
The focus is on safety, efficiency, and creativity. You’ll learn how to give your clients the best hair extension experience. Throughout the video, you’ll get reviews and quizzes along the way to help you remember key points and important information.
What you’ll need:
I-Tip Hair Extensions
Hair Extension Tool
Hair Extensions Beads (Silicone, Flare, or Micro-Lock)
Quick Pick Hair Parter
Blending and Styling Tools:
Hair Cutting Scissors
This course will teach you everything you need to know about I-Tip extensions. Segments include: tools, consultation, preparation, installation, blending and styling, aftercare, maintenance, and removal.