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History Declaration

1. Are you a new colour client to the salon, or using a different brand to usual?
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2. Has it been more than 6 months since your last colour application at our salon?
3. Have you had an allergic reaction to any products since your last colour service?
4. Have you ever had an allergic reaction to hair colourant products?
5. Have you ever had an allergic reaction to any type of skin tattoo (henna or permanent make-up)?
6. Have you had any type of skin tattoo, including a temporary black henna tattoo or permanent make up, since your last colour?
7. Do you have a sensitive, itchy or damaged scalp (eg: suffer from eczema or psoriasis of the scalp)?
8. Are you currently taking any medication?

Client Decloration

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By submitting this form, I confirm that the details I have entered are correct to the best of my knowledge and that I will inform the salon of any changes as and when they occur. I consent to my details being used in accordance with the Privacy Policy



Q: Why is hypersensitivity to hair dye only becoming an issue now?
A: There has been a dramatic increase in hypersensitivity in recent years – increased incidence, increased severity and increased complexity. Within the hairdressing industry, this is compounded with an increasing trend towards the use of darker hair colours.

Q: I’ve been colouring my hair for many years and have never had a reaction to hair dye. Why should I start testing now?
A: Every day, we witness how you can become hypersensitive to new things. Some people develop hay fever one year or find they become allergic to latex gloves. The same is true for hair dye. You can become sensitive at any time in your life.

Q: I’m taking medication. Will this affect the result?
A: Medication may vary your reaction to hair dyes. Some will make you hypersensitive; others may suppress your existing hypersensitivity.

Q: Why do I need to test at least 48 hours before the application of a hair dye?
A: In certain circumstances, the most severe form of hypersensitivity is a cell-mediated reaction that takes at least 48 hours to occur.