July 4, 2019
Hi, I’m Denise.
I’m a third-generation hairstylist and licensed in three states.
I desired to open a beauty school that teaches hair weaving.
Not just any school but an online school to teach massive amounts of black women.
My struggle was that the cosmetology boards, requiring an application fee for my hard work.
Fortunately, the courts ruled that hair braiding was an unregulated service, including simple hair devices.
During this, journey the conflicting story about an infection control level of oversight in hair braiding began to emerge.
Not only hair braiders but cosmetologist, estheticians, and barbers core course is infectious diseases.
So from my the first-hand experience, I knew this was true about one particularly intriguing attractive hairstyle is the sew-in weave.
The suture needles are being used to install wefts of donor’s hair is seen into braided hair that is attached to the scalp.
This procedure requires infection control training for hair stylist protection.
Cosmetology and Barber Boards protect the customers.
It’s time you protect yourself from high-risk cross transmission diseases.
This Infection Control training helps you to create the ultimate trust with a healthy and ”safe salon sharps culture.”
Lucky enough this is a one-hour life-changing training to open a Weaveologist salon today.
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