Turn the heat down on extensions with Remi Cachet’s cold fusion ultrasonic application machine
Ultrasonic cold fusion is become increasingly popular with clients demanding methods that are kinder to the hair. Without using heat, the method enhances the power of ultrasonic waves to break down the keratin bonds making them pliable to attach to the hair.
Remi Cachet’s big sister company, Additional Lengths, already offers an array of application machines. MD Victoria Lynch explains: “We are all about offering choice to our extensionists and their clients, and the Ultrasonic machine completes our range. With scare stories about poor application and poor extensions still regularly making headlines, the ultrasonic machine offers some clients greater peace of mind.”
Salons will be able to buy the machine for £225 while the company also offers a two-day practical training course: “The Cold Fusion technique is slightly different to the heat methods,” concludes Lynch, “so stylists need to practice this to make sure they are confident and gain experience of what to look for to ensure bonds are sealed and the application is perfect.”