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Published on Aug 28, 2012
It's her FIRST SHAMPOO AND HAIRCOLOR. Ridone (Ridone.org) has developed a special shampoo bowl for people with disabilities, clients on wheelchair, paraplegic clients, nurses to wash patients' hair, physically challenged clients, and cosmetologists to incorporate chemical services (haircolor, perm, relaxers..) with the use of the first of its kind shampoo bowl that is flexible; it raises, tilts, lowers, rolls for the customers. Luda has never been able to get shampoo in the salon because it was not equipped with a special shampoo bowl for clients with disabilities. She gets her first 2 shampoos and highlights and low-lights thanks to Don's new invention from Ridone Inc. Learn new highlighting technique for well blended color by first selecting the strand, teasing the strand and adding the lightener to the ends. Get tips about how to determine how fast and well would the client's hair get lightened depending on their eye color and the outer ring color of the eyes. Subtle haircolor is applied not to overpower the first color experience and to introduce color service the the client who is new to that service. Great video for cosmetologists, barbers, beauty school students, salon professionals, nurses who work with people with disabilities in hospices and nursing homes, caretakers to make the shampoo a convenience and a special experience. Shampoo Bowl: Don Knypstra Model: Luda Gogolushko, Hairdresser: Nina Myles, video by BeautyHealthTravel Channel. Contact Ridone Inc. www.ridone.org 888 699-8879 firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com