Have you just survived a snowstorm? I did...barely. I'm still picking icicles out of my hair! With that said, it seemed like the perfect time to reach out to Julien Farel, renowned hairstylist and owner of Julien Farel Restore Salon & Spa, and hair designer Lucie Ducrot to find out exactly what we can do to maintain our hair in this awful weather! Here are some tips to bear in mind as we head into the brutal cold.Read the full post Here’s How to Deal with Winter Hair Woes which
It’s hard to pull off a braided hairstyle and not end up appearing too cutesy but leave it to Olivia’s creativity and the skill of one of her hairstylist’s, Marco Santini, to create a look that has some significant rock n roll edge to it. Our favorite part? Olivia wore this look out to a black tie affair in New York City, pairing it with an ethereal Dennis Basso number (as seen below) which brought the whole look into a perfect harmony of hard and soft. Read on to see how you
Photo via: Free PeopleThis inspiring statement look incorporates three stylish hair, beauty and fashion trends to try now: bold brows, a silk tied neck scarf, and the Celine-inspired hair-tuck. Get the look:+ Brett Freedman Beauty Brett Brow Arch-Control Gel+ Ciaté London Skinny Shadow Stick Shimmer Eyeshadow+ Luv AJ Cross Hoops+ Silky Four Square Bandana+ FP Beach Denise's Henley SOURCE: Le Fashion - Read entire story here.
"I left school at 15 to apprentice in this salon in London—this was in the mid-1960s and things were changing. The culture was moving from this older world into this newer world of arts and music, and everything was exploding. I had no interest in hair, but I didn't know what else to do—I wanted to be a race-car driver, I just didn't know how to make that happen. But I hadn't excelled in anything at school, and my mother did hair, and we had a comfortable income, so I became a hairdresser. I was
Photo Credit: Popsugar.au Inspiration : revisiting old Hollywood Glamour in a new modern way. I parted Olivia’s hair in a deep side part and prepping her strands with kerastase mousse bouffante. I combed the product through and blow dried with GHD ® Professional Performance Hair Dryer. Once her hair was completely dry, I curled the back of her hair using R session pro Nalu waver curling iron to create old Hollywood inspired waves . Next, I added a 3-strand braid from behind the ear and
It’s always fun working with friends on creative projects. I’ve been going to Jaye Edwards to colour and cut my hair since I moved to Sydney. Bonding over our lives as entrepreneurs (he’s even younger than I am, and totally killing it at life) we’ve been really supportive of each other and what drives us.Both on a path to have a VERY big 2016 (there is always stuff happening that I can’t talk about) I’m so thankful to have friends that make me want to be more
“Color looks for this holiday season are trending toward the warm and vibrant, including rich browns, deep coppers, and reds," says Tonya Vulaj, senior stylist and colorist at Salon Ziba NYC. "Hair looks even more beautiful and luminous for holiday when accented with natural-looking balayage and free-form hair-painting techniques. For festive events, you can't miss with loose and elegant updos, side-dos, or soft waves. Each can be created on a variety of different hair textures, always making
I love tea...like 3 cups a tea love tea; but till I tried Pai-Shau I never considered it to be much benefit to my hair. Turns out Vietnamese women are on to something. The brand was created after the founder, Zohar Paz, went to Vietnam and saw women cleansing their hair with steeped tea leaves during an ancient bathing ritual.Read the full post Pai-Shau: Haircare Made Using Steeped Teas which appeared first on Snob Essentials. SOURCE: Snob Essentials - Read entire story here.
I’m not very picky about shampoo; as long as it cleans my scalp and hair, I’m good! Conditioner, on the other hand…that I’m choosy about. I don’t like mine to be too heavy or stocked with chemicals (the latter of which should go without saying, but for many brands, it doesn’t).Read the full post Best Conditioners: Search and Restore which appeared first on Snob Essentials. SOURCE: Snob Essentials - Read entire story here.
Today I am sharing my hair colour secrets and It’s almost too simple. Now that I am “bronde” aka a mix of blonde and brown (I am on the lighter spectrum of bronde), the first thing people ask me is “do you find it hard to maintain?”. They’re usually shocked when I say it’s actually really easy for me to maintain. When you go lighter you automatically think “my roots are going to show through every fortnight or so. Am I going to be able to handle that?”, but the key here is making sure
Whether you’re wearing it up or down, skinny or big, there’s one hair trend that prevails them all this season – the accessory – and we can’t get enough of luxury hair accessory brand, Lelet NY. Parsons-educated Sara Bieler Sasson draws from her architectural background and wide-reaching love of design to create her hair accessories. From simple styles that will elevate a daytime ponytail, to striking event-worthy pieces to pair with a gown or wedding dress, her