Turn winter hair woes into super hair wows with this guide to winter hair prep.
Curly girls are super active on the Internet because they’re just in a tizzy about how to control their curls, which get dry in winter and frizzy in summer humidity. Add the facts that super curl is often fragile at the points where curls twist and turn—and many women with curl have tried chemical smoothers and straighteners—and you’ve got a curl conundrum!
When you book an appointment at Vince Smith’s salon, it’s not a simple cut and color; it’s the Vince Smith Hair Experience. Featured on the cover of American Salon’s August issue, Vince Smith is a color specialist and educator, who's work expands as a key hair and make-up artist for Mercedes Benz and New York Fashion Week to numerous other fashion shows and photo shoots.
Frances is a multi-faceted legend in her ability to traverse different areas in the industry, producing dozens of educational videos for hair designers with photo work appearing in numerous magazines worldwide.
Use lemon juice to get highlights. Stand on your head to “feed” follicles. Pull out gray strays and more will come back. You’ve heard them all, but how many common hair myths are really true?
Whether you can live with a little gray or want it to go away completely, there’s a gray haircolor solution for you. All comes down to how much gray you have and how much it irks you. Check out the latest ways to use haircolor to cover gray hair, or how to blend your gray, no matter how much or how little you have.
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Andrea Harbison is on the rise, and for those who don’t know who she is, it’s time that she fell on your radar.
From fast and loose to sassy and shaped, there are lots of ways to make waves!
For autumn 2016, tri-tones beautify blondes, red hair goes cuivre (French for copper), and brunettes head for the woods. In a season of fresh refinement, balayage is for everyone because it gives waves a boost, allows off-root coloring and lets everyone keep a natural thread of sunlight straight through winter.