12 Month Cycle

Here at Gold Class you can put fabulous extensions down to 4 basic points:
Firstly the raw ingredients have to be great quality (1) and our hair is absolutely the best.

The next step is all about YOU. The hair health diagnosis (2)  is more than a consultation you might find at other extension salons. Using our digital microscopic camera we look at your hair and scalp and determine if extensions are suitable. Don’t get us wrong, we want you to have amazing tresses but if we feel that the extensions are not right we will be able to advise you how to improve your hair and scalp to get your dream hair extensions in the future.

The application (3)  is a critical step. Check your hairdresser is a qualified hairdresser with State Registration (SRH after their name) and ask about their extension qualifications, training & experience. To train in Gold Class all extensionists have to be SRH with 3 years extension application experience. The Gold Class training is two days of intensive training and ensures that application is perfect and not causing damage to the client’s hair & scalp.

Last up is the aftercare (4) and this is not just about the prescribed shampoo & conditioner. This is about how you live your life and tailoring the product and passing on maintenance tips for you to get the most from your Gold Class hair extensions. It doesn’t stop there either, as you need to remove your extensions safely after 3-4 months. We can then repeat step two and see the improvement in your own hair & scalp condition before looking to reapply extensions.

These points really are not rocket science and are just common sense. We have been practising this at Inanch London salon for over a year now and it’s become a way of life for us and our clients. It really is about having healthy hair days* now and forever.

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