Keep in mind the change of season. When thinking about the fall colors, use it as a reference to some of the changes one could make with their wardrobe, makeup and hair color. I will go as far as advising my clients to where there hair a little longer, it’s the natural condition for staying a little warmer during the cooler days.
This season, spice up your fall look with colors that bring back what you knew more about when you were in your teens. Fall colors would include, oranges with a hint of the pinks…salmon, and blues with a hint of gray.
This would tie in the primaries with the sophistication of subtlety.
If you’re a blonde, try something with a hint of platinum..
If you’re a red head, try something with a hint of pink…
Just like your skin needs protection from the sun, so does your hair.
Sunscreen, Sunscreen, Sunscreen. Conditioner is another way. Conditioners after you wet your hair before you get into the sun is the best application.
Sunscreen can be greasy, but if you’re really concerned about sun damage, it’s another terrific way to protect your hair.
Those with highlighted hair sometimes ask what shampoo and conditioner should I use?
My answer is, it depends. Most of the time, I recommend a shampoo that is not too emulsified or to clean.
Use a light weight shampoo and an acidic conditioner. This will help and condition the hair from different porosity families.
Your colored hair will be much more readily available to accept the conditioner than the hair that’s not. Therefore using something neutral will even the condition.
Sometimes blondes who do a lot of swimming run into the issue of chlorine oxidization and green hair.
Before entering a pool, rinse hair thoroughly with water and add either a little bit of oil or hair conditioner to the hair. This will fill the hair with enough, it will serve as a buffer between the metals in the chorine and the hair.
If your hair is green, you can find a chelating shampoo, or a clarifying shampoo that will help wash out the green.
When coloring your hair, always remember that if the majority of your heritage is from the North, you are most likely fair in complexion. These parts of the world lend themselves to beautiful blondes and reds.
My rule of thumb, is to try and stay within the family of coloring coming from that latitude of the world. If you want to add red to your hair, consider the color of the Redheads in that part of the world. Most likely the color of hair will reflect the coloring of the skin. If there are no redheads in that part of the world, then your best bet is to stay with the coloring for that part of the world.
If you feel like adding red to your hair color, remember reds have many shades. Cool reds dominate a dark heritage, most likely you would require a warm or hot red if the people that come from that part of the world a more fair.
Today I’ll say a little something about the how to get the best results when blowdrying your hair.
It’s always best dry your hair at least 80% without a brush or comb. Hair is in it’s most vulnerable state when it’s wet. Hair stretches when it’s wet. Using a brush will sometimes pull on the hair to an access of eventually snapping. Therefore, I would recommend getting the hair close to dry before using a brush.
Michael Joseph at the Casablanca Salon
Sharing his gift of magic and transformation, Michael has formed a wonderful partnership with the Casablanca Salon and Day Spa.
From subtle and sophisticated to wild in style, all techniques must work within the context of a clients natural skin tone, eye coloring, lifestyle and needs.
His approach is a combination of different ideologies and methods. Techniques ranging from the classic looks of Vidal Sassoon or to the sophisticated looks of Irvine Rusk, and for the avant-garde, Trevor Sorbie and Anthony Mascolo. “I am not only a hair color specialist, but also a seasoned hairstylist.” Michael has been on the recommended lists of many celebrated figures.
Creativity and customer service is the core of Michael’s business; this has contributed to his successful long-term client relationships. His return client base serves as testament to his performance as an image consultant, hair designer and hair color specialist.
During his 25 years of practice, Michael has become one of Los Angeles’s leading hair colorists. Michael is operating out of the Casablanca Salon and Day Spa. The Casablanca Salon and Day Spa has a reputation for unwavering commitment to customer satisfaction.
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Recently I was asked why it is some people with curly hair have frizzy hair and some people don’t.
Well, the short answer is frizzy hair is usually a result of the hair strands that fall away from the hair bunches. By keeping the all the hair bunched in it’s natural formation, you are less likely to have hair that looks frizzy. The tools that help with this process are products that keep the hair bunched together. Gels, Pastes, oil bases and silicone bases usually help a tremendous amount when your hair gets out of control. Find out, in my next blog, what products I think could help.
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