- The client appointment was happening early enough in the afternoon that it was still Avlon Industries business hours.
- A live person answered Avlon Industries telephone so I could explain that this was an emergency with a client in my chair regarding their Texture Release System.
- Avlon Industries was able to get the Director of Education on the phone to speak to me.
- Avlon Industries was already aware of this "bump" in the road.
So in the future, the Texture Release Lotion will be in a spray bottle because the solution went back to its original form. I was instructed to pour the liquid from my lotion bottle into a spray bottle as seen in the picture above. Everything else was the same.
The application of this runny liquid was messy, and I had to apply to client with her head reclined at the shampoo bowl because there is no way to control the application area.
The good news is that the results still worked!
The system is heat activated so I blow dried and used a small curling iron to straighten the hairline as well as run the hot curling iron carefully along the shorter hair to smooth out the texture. Then I re-wet one side in the picture above to show you the straightness. This client has relaxed ends, and we were trying to push out her relaxer frequency by performing the Texture Release procedure. She is a roller set client, and I performed the Texture release around her perimeter hairline in front, nape, and sides only.
Based on feedback from a different Texture Release client, the system made her non-relaxed hair more manageable and tangle-free, but it did not control her swelling of her hair. So I decided only to test the system on the perimeter hairline for this client to see how it works for her. If it works for her, then we will perform the Texture Release System through her entire head of hair. So I will have to update everyone again in a few more months.