Let’s face it, not all dreams are meant to come true, right? …Wrong! In this day and age, there is no cut, color or style that you shouldn’t be able to achieve. If you’re a thick-haired gal who wants a short haircut, you CAN get what you want, here’s how!
All over the world men and women alike are settling into a new season. Welcoming in the summer sun by scheduling salon appointments to modify their style. While some are settling for trims or transformational cuts others are turning their look up a notch with a fresh new shade. Whether asking for balayage, baby-lights, foil-yage or teasylights one thing is for certain – you should be asking your stylist for a bond protector at your next color appointment.
Let’s face it, changing your hair color, or trying a new stylist for that matter is never easy. If you’ve ever felt like it takes a long time to find a stylist that really gets you, you’re not alone, but it doesn’t always have to be that way. Whether you’ve moved cities or simply thought you should try something new, there is a process of trust that needs to be built up between you and your stylist. Contrary to popular belief, you don’t actually need to have multiple appointments before getting the style of your dreams. However, no matter how much you trust your stylist, there’s always a risk involved when coloring your hair. A change in medication to a shift in your hormones can greatly alter your beauty routine and that has nothing do with your stylist, their formulation, or their ability. So what should you do when you look in the mirror post-blow-dry, only to be absolutely mortified by your new shade? Don’t panic! Here, no-fail tips for coping with a dye job gone wrong.
The Power Couple Taking LA By Storm: Who They Are + Why You Want to Book Them For Your Next Photoshoot
What makes a great team? When it comes to photo shoots, teams come together organically through a unique network, and sometimes you never know who you’re going to meet. While most hairdressers, stylists, makeup artists, and photographers forge great friendships through teaming up, some form beautiful relationships. A perfect example is the union between Rolando Acqui and Amia Serrano. Theirs is the story of a hairdresser and a wardrobe stylist who have an unbreakable bond! To get to know more about this (newlywed) husband and wife duo, we chatted with the couple! Amia shares in her own words what it’s like to work with your best friend.
The summer heat is starting to hit and brides everywhere are making last-minute adjustments to their special days. If you’re a summer bride or a wedding stylist it’s a great idea to keep a few updos on your inspiration board! Keep reading for a quick and easy style and the steps to get the look!
Current styles have taken on a more organic feel. Curls are more undone, waves are effortless and even straight styles have a bend to them. More polished than seasons past but with a wild and free undertone, the latest release from Sam Villa Professional is the perfect pair for your latest look!
Summer is undoubtedly the season of "anything goes". Clients stay out longer on school nights, try a new shade of lipstick that was possibly too bold for spring, and really let their hair down – appearing effortless from every angle. From beating the temps to fighting humidity these looks and hair care tips will save your clients summer style from sunrise to sunset.
Spent a little too much time in the sun this season? You’re not alone. And while those spontaneous beach trips, lazy pool days and outdoor activities may have been the best part about the summertime, your hair may be worse for wear after the warmer months. Ready to give your hair some much-needed TLC? Check out five must-have products that promise to repair, restore and revitalize sun-damaged locks.
If getting a fresh cut wasn’t already on your radar… now it will be. One of the world’s most swoon-worthy supermodels – Kaia Gerber – just made a swift chop, which she dubbed “the drama cut” on Instagram and we can’t help but see a trend coming. With summer in sight clients will be flocking to your chair to make a swift change, so learn more about how Redken Global Creative Director Guido Palau created it.