In the UK, Inanch London Hair Salon, by Inanch Emir Hair Salon, has embarked on a digital venture that offers hair advice for clients to isolate themselves and get care for more pressing issues, like maintaining natural hair and hair extensions. healthy at home.

The series will include tutorials, blog posts and Instagram live sessions offering advice on how to keep natural hair and hair extensions healthy at home, a way, according to Emir, to help customers maintain their hair until they can go to the salon again.

Among the tips for maintenance and care is the brush and the correct way to brush your hair, or how to go to bed without embarrassing the extensions, washing and drying the hair and applying styling products, a service absolutely necessary for those who chose to apply hair extensions.

And it recommends the use of treatments during quarantine to keep hair and scalp in optimal condition, hydrated and nourished. In addition, it indicates its own line of products developed especially for the care and removal of extensions: Gold Class Hair, a selection of kits for consumers to maintain healthy hair.

The collection includes Gold Class Healthy Hair Kit, with styling brush, argan oil, protective serum, protective spray, protein spray, shampoo, conditioner and maintenance guide, for all types of hair.

The Gold Class hair extension remover kit includes a hair removal spray, paint comb, detangling brush, clips and shampoo and conditioner in an accessory bag. The company clarifies, however, that it recommends that removal is always done in the salon, by professionals. Nevertheless, in light of the quarantine circumstances, she assembled the kit and recommends clients viewing the step-by-step instructions on her Instagram or Facebook page before trying to remove her hair extensions.

The company says that extensions should be removed after 3 or 4 months of use, to avoid any tanlging issues as the extension bonds move down with the client’s natural hair growth.

Meanwhile, in Brazil, beauty salons suffer from quarantine and in order to avoid having to fire employees and close for good, some establishments in São Paulo had the idea of offering vouchers with discounts or benefits for the next visits. The customer buys the service now, but will only use them in the future, when the crisis is under control and the establishments reopen.