“Making your day run smoother at the salon does not need to cost a lot of money or even take a lot of effort. Here’s a DIY plastic wrap holder I created for hair painting that only cost me $3, yet it makes it really easy to dispense plastic wrap when you need it…plus it looks really cool,” says Patrick McIvor, Artistic & TechniCulture Director for Goldwell and KMS California and Brand Strategist & Techni-Color Director of ARROJO.
- Metal Pipe (conduit)
- Metal Chain
- 2 “S” Hooks
- Metal Cutting Pliers
- Measure plastic wrap roll.
- Measure chain to be about 14.75”
- Use a hacksaw to cut metal pipe the size of the plastic wrap roll – use a towel to hold the pipe and to catch the metal shavings on the floor.
- Smooth edges with heavy grit sandpaper (80).
- Thread the chain through the pipe, making sure to have a closed link on each end.
- Put the “S” hooks on each end and pinch to close.
- Thread the chain and pipe through plastic wrap roll.
- Attached to Goldwell Color Cart or standard hospital tray on the side or front.
“I made these for my studio and it makes it so much easier to wrap hair during hair painting…could also be a great holiday gift or stocking stuffer for stylists too,” adds McIvor.