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In this video of TVLesson, hairstylist Liz Muller shows you how to choose the best kind of hair foil for your hair. When ...
color-treating hair, using the correct kind of foil is essential to get an even, consistent tone and a faster processing time. Liz Mul
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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 want to show you the different kinds of foils to use in the hair industry. I used several different types of foils. One of my favorite to use is this one here, this foil is a foil that has like a clear view over here, so you can see the colors it’s processing. Now I like this because you know, it depends on what type of hair you use what you’re doing to the hair, and you want it to be maybe take out of highlight faster because maybe it’s processing fast, you can see it immediately. When you’re foiling you’re doing this. Ok, somebody comes in and there’s a little bit of, you know light already and they have the type of hair that lightens up pretty fast, you will be able to see them, that’s why I just love this foil. And then you have your typical foil which is just the piece of foil, they come in all different kind of sizes, they even coming in all different colors now that you can foil with. Some people like the color foils because you can put like pink for one color and yet maybe use a yellow foil to another color. And to get the two dimensional coloring they used different foils and they don’t get confused on what color have where which is beautiful. Some of you just use plain old foil and they just use this for highlights. You can use them for highlights for color or for bleach and get the highlight that you want. Another kind of foil, I love this one, for Missy, these are clear foils, you can cut the size that you want and what I love about this is you, I can actually place it on the side, you know, directly on the scalp, it will stick, you can place your color on there and you can fold it up and it colors your hair and you can actually see what’s going on also. So these are beautiful foils that you have here to color in our industry. On behalf of tvlesson.com, this has been Lizbeth Muller and thanks for watching.