Can’t Decide Between Highlights & A Single Process?
There are so many beauty movements that are constantly developing. With new hair color trends changing as often as the menu at Starbucks, chatting with your stylist is the best way to determine what steps to take when it comes to your hair. Thinking about bangs? Switching up your base shade? Your stylist will have the insight to create a flawless style that is ahead of the trend! Whether you have a plan or are still up in the air about your next appointment it is important to learn about each process so you can make an informed decision. To ease the transition we’re giving you an inside look at the differences between highlights and a single process. This will help you not only get what you want in the salon, but also improve your routine!
Vegan Haircolor Has Arrived - Just Add Water!
Veganism is about more than just what you put in your body, it also has to do with what you put on your body. While some think that being a vegan is more about what you eat, the purists know that it is about a change in lifestyle. Along with opting for faux leather and vegan cheese, switching out your beauty and lifestyle products are on the list! The problem was, until now, there weren’t too many great choices. While Biolage has already offered up amazing options for those looking for vegan shampoo’s, conditioners, and styling products – now they are also adding haircolor to the list! That’s right; Biolage has just launched a plant-based haircolor line – the perfect answer for those looking for a vegan option that also delivers seamless results.
Talking About Tone – Our Top Tips For Client Consultations
I think we can all agree that sometimes there are miscommunications behind the chair. An inch to a stylist may feel like a yard to a client and one person’s red can be another person’s orange. While communication and understanding between stylists’ are usually close to the same perspective, clients are another story. How many times have you had a client sit in your chair and tell you that they want “golden” highlights, only to witness their dismay when the color comes out “warmer” than they would have hoped. That’s why we’re detailing our top tips for client consultations when it comes to talking about tone!