Ok, it’s official. Tiger eye hair color is now thing. Yes, sure, maybe it was always a thing. But thanks to social media, it now has a name and is the newest buzzword in the sombre, ombre, ecaille, babylight, ombre, bronde, balayombre vocab list. So what is Tiger Eye hair, what makes it different from the other color services out there?
Edith Mesa of Rizos Spa, Queens, NY, says her client went to another salon when she wasn't available. The client was looking for something different, was unhappy with the "other results" and came running back to Mesa. This post shares the details for the makeover.
Our summer blonde made the perfect model to demonstrate the beauty of Redken’s new pH Bonder because although she isn’t frequently coloring her hair, living in New York City means she’s walking outside a lot with exposure to the sun and city elements—plus thermal damage from regular use of a curling wand or flatiron. So with protection and hair health being the two key benefits of the additive, she was all in.
Ludovic Geheniaux (@hairbyluu) says client Leana is a professional model. “She wanted a big color change and told me that she wanted to go lighter. I proposed she had to just trust me.” See the steps and the after. Amazing.
This client was tired of her blonde going brassy as she attempted to hide her grays. Her colorist transformed her by incorporating both blonde and gray to ease the hair color stress. The result? Sophistication!
Frances Canola (@frances_hairartist) is in the process of opening Bauhaus Salon in Orange, CA (opening Jan 2, 2017). MODERN found this lovely makeover and asked Canola for the details for this brassy blonde to ashy melt perfection. Here she shares.
At Aveda's Dare to Dream event, Sept. 11-12 in St. Petersburg, Florida, top stylists, business experts and corporate team members have gathered to inspire and grow together.The approximately 1,000 attendees were treated to presentations ...
"My client is usually a short haired beauty, but she wanted to try to grow her hair out," says Alysha Cornetta (@AmoreHairDesign) of Amore Hair Design, Gallery Salons, Foxboro, MA. "We applied the Donna Bella tape-in hair extensions. We originally got them to match her before color but then after consultation she really wanted to be red again." Get the details for the how-to.