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Apple, Subway & Dunkin’ Donuts Giveaways This Weekend at #BBBeautyShow2015

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Nope, that wasn’t a typo.

BARBinc and BARBinc Educator Sharon Reams is giving away MAJOR #freebies to several lucky audience members who attend her full day FREE seminar “A Day With Sharon Reams”.

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Make sure to register for this FREE seminar and be automatically enrolled to win one of several prizes from Subway, Apple and Dunkin Donuts.

Here’s a quick recap of what Sharon had to say about her classes and her participation in #BBBeautyshow2015 …

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JM: Give me a description of what “A Day with Sharon Reams” will focus on.

SR: O gosh…ok…well “A Day With Sharon” will cover four individual classes that I teach in my salon. The first class is called the New Web Weave. This web pattern technique was designed for clients who do not have Alopecia, but have fine hair at the top area of the head. It integrates the client’s natural hair and commercial hair where needed.

The second class is where I’ll actually demonstrate Microstitch and Eurostitch, which are a my braidless sew-in techniques. If maintained properly, both of these techniques can lasts two to four months depending the condition of the natural hair. I’ll also have a 2-two class featuring my Hairloss Restoration Solution. This is great for those with clients who suffer from Alopecia, or minor to severe hair loss. There’s no need for braids, glues, clips, links or infusion. This weave technique will offer clients the natural full look and style that they used to have.

And then I have a Photo Analysis hour, this is something new! This happens all the time when classes are over, stylists will always come up to me and say “Sharon, let me show you a picture of my client. Which technique do you think would work on them best?” And I would look at the picture and tell them which method I would recommend. There are different ranges of hair loss and baldness, so one technique isn’t going to work on everyone. That’s why the more techniques you have under your belt, the more clients you can service and the more people you can help. So I’ll have people show me photos of their clients, we’ll all look at them together and I’ll give my suggestions and explain why I chose that technique. This way everyone learns and hopefully they can use these techniques to help their clients.

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JM: Sharon, you have such a passion for this. Why is working with women who suffer with hair loss and Alopecia such an important topic for you?

SR: This is what God put in my heart years ago. As I was providing education, I would have people come up to me and ask “Well Sharon, what would you do for clients who have no hair or thinning hair.” Since then, it has just evolved. Even where I live, and I’m from a small town, things evolved there too. Clients would come to me because they had no hair on the top but didn’t want to wear a full weave. People can lose their hair because of medication, stress, it could be a hereditary issue, bad weave jobs, there are a whole bunch of reasons. But there was no one that was actually teaching stylists how to cover up just the problem areas without giving clients a full sew-in weave. I feel like God gave me this gift to help these women.

I started doing it on my clients and when I did, they were so excited! They were like “Oh my God, this is wonderful!” So I thought…ok this could work for other people too! And with me being the sharing type person that I am, I believe in sharing what I have so it can help someone else. But one thing stylist are always asking me is how I get my client’s “before” pictures. They’re surprised my clients aren’t ashamed or embarrassed. But when I would ask my client’s for a BEFORE picture, they say… ‘well Sharon, if you taking this picture and showing other stylists how to follow this technique – and their clients feel as good as I do right now, I don’t care if you put my picture on a billboard!” I feel great! And my hair looks good! As long as my AFTER picture looks better than my BEFORE – I don’t care!”

I really thank God for putting this in their hearts to be able to share this. The same way I’m able to share and affect other people’s lives. I really want people to learn all the information I have to offer and start helping other people, so they can see the smile on their client’s faces the way I do. I love it.

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JM: Besides the class, where else can attendees find you at the expo?

SR: They can always stop by my booth (booth #103). I’ll be giving out information, doing mini-demonstrations and advising stylists who may need guidance on selecting one of my techniques for their client who is currently suffering from hair loss. I’ve also been selected by Bronner Brothers be featured to present one of my techniques on their pavilion stage. I don’t have the final details yet, but I’ll make sure to update my friends at Barbinc and the information will be on my website as well.

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