Cosmetology business: (2) How to put your name on a hair product


Cosmetology business: (2) How to put your name on a hair product

Why does hair gel have bubbles in it; what’s the use? Are we paying for air? Learn about dandruff and shampoos. What will work for dandruff? There are only 2 companies in U.S. that manufacture nail polish, and only 3 companies that manufacture lipstick; the rest is private labeling. Learn about human hair keratin; is it true that they have it in hair products? Learn about parabens in hair and skin care products. Learn about formaldehyde in hair straightening products and how they came about. Are they harmful? The traditional way to make soap was to mix any fat, grease with lye or pot ash, but now most of the soaps and shampoos are detergent based, although the manufacturers are trying to satisfy the private label clients’ new marketing pitch which is detergent free, but another chemical from that family is used instead; just a marketing pitch. Learn about organic products. What does organic mean? How much organic substance is present in the organic hair product?
This video is a class for cosmetologists, beauty school students, hairdressers, salon professionals and beauty industry representatives who would like to learn about putting their own name on a hair product or products. Guest artist Steve Miller from Gables, video by BeautyHealthTravel channel on YouTube.