I'm in school currently and I love skin care, and Im familiar with a lot of the skin care lines.. but I know their are TONS. How did you pick your skin care lines besides what is offered at your salon? Was it just trial and error?
I know entering a salon you don't have much control over what lines they carry, but Im curious on how you found the lines you like? Im not a fan of BioElements and Image.. I know A LOT of salons carry them, but I want something more aggressive..
I had a long list of what I wanted. Starting with you can't buy it online, simple ingredients, gluten, dairy, and nut free, doesn't have a bazillion products, takes into account the environment of where I live, and it cannot break me out or turn me bright red, has a professional line and a retail line, doesn't cost me an arm and a leg, has a real person to answer the phone, has good training, has a full ingredients list, etc. Etc.
The best way is to try them, look around, ask people, and trade shows! I found mine only after another Esty on here pointed me in the right direction!
Lol while it's not perfect, I use botanical science. It's close enough.
It's a wonderful line. I was skeptical at first myself, as I usually am. I do use a product formulation of ingredients I get from mountain rose herbs and aromaland for clients who have gluten, nut, and phathalate allergies. Also fragrance and preservative allergies. I would recommend calling BS they will send you FREE samples to try. WONDERFUL stuff!
What is Botanical Science web site?
Which line did you go with?