18 5 / 2012
15 5 / 2012
So my friend Leane was looking for a new haircolor,her tresses were a little too dark and she’s a make up artist, making her dark hair match her black clothes all too often. When she approached me back in april about what i thought her hair color should be, I immediately seen her as a copper-head bombshell. I’m a huge advocate of Redken however, when using prelightner Wella has an amazing product called Blondor. But what i didn’t know they had was a solution to apply on the hair prior to the toner, balancing the pH and evening the porosity. What an incredible product!
Not only did it alleviate tangling in her hair due to double-process lifting, it healed the hair shaft, allowing the toner to take totally and completely even all through out the hair. A must-have for any stylist wanting to safely remove color while keeping the hair pH friendly.
14 5 / 2012
The month of May always brings a PLETHORA of brides in the hair world, looking for a classic style that isn’t too hard and shows femininity. I always tell a bride, "you don’t want to look too far from what you normally look everyday", or you may not be comfortable at what you see in photos. Especially when it comes to your hairstyle.
Lose upstyling is very current as well as timeless, alot of women cringe at the word updo in fear of looking like you’re on your way to prom. But the idea of a loose updo sounds unsecured, so brides are feeling rather torn. Adding additional hair not only allows more to fall and appear ‘loose’, it also creates a sturdy foundation in almost any hair type.