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In this video series on Hair Styling tools, hairstylist Liz Muller shows you the different tools your hairdresser uses to ...
style and color your hair. Liz Muller is the owner of Liz's Hair Design in Hollywood, Florida. As a professional hair designer and co
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On behalf of tvlesson.com, this is Lizbeth Muller from Liz’s Hair Design in Hollywood, Florida. In this clip I’m going to show you the different tools and equipment that we use for hair color. So we have different kind of bowls and brushes that we use in this industry to color hair. I actually like to use cream color a lot. I don’t use the bottle color but it did start of with bottles. So you have out there bottles that you have little caps on, you shake them and you put the color in the customer’s hair with the bottle. Usually use that with the more liquid color but for the more thicker color which I like, cream color box, we used bowl, brush and we used these bottles right here. Ok so, we have different kind of bowls that we used, some have handles, some don’t, it’s up to you. Some people even have a double bowls which are fantastic or flat bowls, clear bowls, it’s up to you, it’s your choice which you want to use. The brushes also can be different sizes, this is a small or short brush and to use to highlight the hair with. Usually, I use this for color or even for highlighting. I mix my color and I go ahead and use this equipment right here. We also have shakers now where you can place the color in here or the bleach. We use it for bleach actually. And for me, it has this beautiful shaker that I love to use with my bleach, it has the measurements over here on the side. You measure how much you want to put in there. You shake it and you can actually use it from here or from the bowl. You can put it in the bowl. Okay, so there's different kind of equipment out there to highlight or to color hair. On behalf of tvlesson.com, this has been Lizbeth Muller and thanks for watching.