Sunday, September 28, 2014

Why a Layered Haircut is Crucial For Gorgeous, Styled Locks—Glamour

A bad hair day can happen to anyone—even someone who works in the beauty industry. So when Glamour’s Theodore Leaf surprises Cearra, an esthetician, with a makeover, the first thing he does is add some layers (and life!) into her locks. See how bangs and a little layered styling can revolutionize your look!

Friday, September 26, 2014

NYFW Spring 2015: Backstage with Moroccanoil at DELPOZO

“Nils Udo photography, and the main inspiration for show, is very unique and modern, so I decided to keep consistency by creating a geometric line and keeping the hair completely straight. Through my eyes, the Delpozo woman is the epitome of modern and geometric with a feminine touch" – Moroccanoil Global Creative Director Antonio Corral Calero

Monday, September 22, 2014

Why You Shouldn't Get Your Hair Color Advice From ‘Teen Mom’—Glamour

If you've ever bleached your own hair, struggled with over processing, or gotten the haircut of your nightmares, you’re probably having a Bad Hair Day. Luckily, Glamour’s Beauty Editor-at-Large Theodore Leaf is here to perform hair miracles. In this episode, see how nail technician Kassie gets a totally transformed look!

Friday, September 19, 2014

How To: Moroccanoil Smoothing Lotion

All-in-one blow-dry lotion for effortless styling. Infused with expertly blended technologies from best-selling Moroccanoil® products, including nourishing argan oil, argan butter, Vitamin E and essential fatty acids, Moroccanoil Smoothing Lotion leaves hair touchably soft, smooth and manageable. Its lightweight formula provides a medium hold and definition while taming frizz and resisting humidity.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

NYFW Spring 2015: Backstage with Moroccanoil at Jenny Packham

Antonio Corral Calero was inspired by the same old Hollywood glamour that is infused throughout Jenny's collection, but instead of the quintessential voluminous and polish waves seen on screen siren, the look is bit more modern and disheveled. As if she is sneaking away from her hotel the morning after a fabulous night on the red carpet.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Messy Back To School Top Knot

In this video I show you a great alternative to a top knot bun. Friends, this is the rope braid bun.

Sunday, September 7, 2014

Tips for Choosing a New Hair Stylist

These days, it's harder to find the perfect hair stylist than it is to find the perfect partner. Placing the future of your hair into a stranger's hands is a hard thing to do but it almost seems like every time I find the right stylist, the one who knows exactly what I want, either retire or relocate. I know I can't be the only one who has this ongoing problem so here are a few tips on how to choose a new hair stylist.

Word of Mouth

The best way to find a new hair stylist, in my opinion, is by word of mouth. If you have a friend whose haircut or style you admire, ask them where they got it done. Ask your family members or the people you work with who they like to visit for their hair, and why. The next time you're waiting for a bus and you see someone with a great cut, ask them for pointers. These days everyone carries business cards and I'm sure you'll come across many. If someone is excited about something as fantastic as their appearance they will want to share it with you, even if you're a total stranger.

Social Media

Two words: Google it! If you've heard about a salon or think you might be interested in seeing your neighbor's stylist, look it up on the Internet. That's what it's there for, after all. Read reviews of their site and services on sites like Yelp. See what your friends have to say about any particular hair stylist on Twitter or Facebook. The Internet is a world of knowledge just waiting to be tapped into and serves to help people like us make the best decision based on other people's good and bad experiences.

Visit the Salon

Finally, if you're uncomfortable taking other people's word for it, check the salon out yourself. Schedule a consultation with the stylist you're thinking about trusting with the future of your hair and sit down with them for a minute to discuss what you want and what they think will suit you best. Bring in pictures of models or celebrities whose style you admire so you can show a visual of how you imagine yourself looking once the makeover is complete. If the stylist doesn't have the time to meet with you and take to slow, don't use their services. We can get very attached to our hair and if that person doesn't understand you then they're not worth your time.

Finding a new hair stylist takes time and preparation if you're going to do it right. You can't trust just anyone with knowing exactly what you want as a hair style but through word of mouth, social media, and in-person visits you are sure to find the right hair stylist for you. And with a little bit of luck, maybe you'll be able to convince them to stick around so you won't have to go through all the work of find that perfect stylist all over again!

The article gives tips on how to choose a perfect hair stylist. Jenni M Clark is a professional hairdresser who is very passionate towards the profession. She focuses on blending trends and looks tailored to the client's individual style for bringing customer satisfaction. She provides a professional hair treatment which will give a women the hair she dreamed.
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Thursday, September 4, 2014

How To: Style Curly Hair

Curly hair friends, this video is for you. Learn how to easily define your curly hair and take your curls to the next level.

Monday, September 1, 2014

Transform Your Curls from Day to Night -- Side-Swept Messy Chignon

Transform your captivating curls from day to night with this Side-Swept Messy Chignon. Great for Wavy to Loose Curls.