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MAC Lip Scrubtious

We all take care of our skin, feet, hair. But being a makeup artist if the lips are chapped it will be hard to apply the lipstick. Also in the editing process the chapped pieces of skin will come out darker on the photograph.  So take care of your lips. Especially if you are a model.

Pucker up! Get totally smooth lips with M∙A∙C Lip Scrubtious. This sugar-based exfoliator gently buffs away dry and flaky skin, with a formula enhanced by hydrating and nourishing conditioners leaving lips soft and oh-so-smoochable. Available in five flavours including Candied Nectar, Fruit of Passion, Summer Berry, Sweet Brown Sugar and Sweet Vanilla.

Key Claims and Benefits
  • Exfoliates lips
  • Smooths and softens lips
  • Conditions lips
  • Hydrating
  • Dermatologist tested
Usage
  • Using a fingertip, massage a generous amount onto lips in a circular motion.
  • Wipe away with tissue or rinse off if desired.
  • Use two to three times weekly.
Ingredients

Ingredients: Sucrose , Petrolatum , Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil , Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter , Water/Aqua/Eau , Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Oil , Adansonia Digitata (Baobab) Seed Oil , Oryza Sativa (Rice) Bran Extract , Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Extract , Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Extract , Tocopherol , Tocopheryl Acetate , Ethylene/Propylene/ Styrene Copolymer , Butylene/Ethylene/Styrene Copolymer , Flavor (Aroma) , Phenoxyethanol , Red 33 (Ci 17200) , Yellow 6 (Ci 15985)

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Design Spray 9 Great For Thermal Styling

Setting the hair and preparing for a photo-shoot is important. You need to place a buffer on the hair from the heat of thermo styling tools. Especially if the hair is blonde. Blonde hair is lightened to the highest levels and will often break if the heat of a styling tool is set too high. Temperature is very important when curling the hair and straightening the hair. I like to use a light weight hair spray for buffering the hair when styling and also light weight enough for working with the hair.

Try using the Kenra Design Spray 9 for your styling aids. It is a very light weight product and also is good for working with the hair and styling it in place. But not strong enough for a firm hold.

Tames frizz & flyaways, Lightweight, brush-able formula, Provides enhanced definition for moveable styles. One side sprayed with the styling spray the other with nothing. As you can see you get a smooth non flyaway finish.

 

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Go To A Professional Hairdresser!

A new customer contacted me from my website josephkellner.com

She asked me could she make an appointment and she did. Her hair color was 70% grey and on a level 5-6 on the warm side.  The rest of her hair from mid-shaft to ends was a dirty blonde and very, very dry. Her hair was naturally wavy and with medium thickness. She asked me to cancel out the red base she got from using a product recommended for her hair to lift and tone to a level 6 cool. I believe that when a person goes into a store such as Sally’s you don’t get a professional answer. For one thing the clerks are paid horribly and usually they are a beauty school drop out. So having said that I told her I could do the job. for her and this would be a corrective hair color service. $$$$ Here we go.

Simply starting with just a simple foil highlight to help reduce the red copper on her roots, and also touching the past foil highlight she had done. I used also a low light indiscriminately all over which was a level 7 neutral. Finishing the foil light I proceeded to place a level 7-8 blue-green on the roots and the new growth of the hair. Mind you she was a home hair-color job, where she got the color and advice from a sally’s employee. I processed the hair for 35 minutes.

We proceeded to cut the hair a good amount, and then we did our blow out. I recommended the Shea Moisture Shampoo to her for her hair type and condition.

DRY, DAMAGED OR TRANSITIONING HAIR
Our Sulfate-Free shampoo helps to give moisture to dry damaged or over-processed hair. Perfect for transitioning chemically treated hair to natural. So the customer was happy and make sure if you go to Sally’s don’t ask a clerk about hair color.  Go to a professional Hairdresser!

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My Salon Won Again 2018

Joseph Kellner Salon Receives 2018 Best of Orlando Award

Orlando Award Program Honors the Achievement

ORLANDO July 6, 2018 — Joseph Kellner Salon has been selected for the 2018 Best of Orlando Award in the “Best Hair Color In Orlando” category by the Orlando Award Program.

Each year, the Orlando Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Orlando area a great place to live, work and play.

Various sources of information were gathered and analyzed to choose the winners in each category. The 2018 Orlando Award Program focuses on quality, not quantity. Winners are determined based on the information gathered both internally by the Orlando Award Program and data provided by third parties.

About Orlando Award Program

The Orlando Award Program is an annual awards program honoring the achievements and accomplishments of local businesses throughout the Orlando area. Recognition is given to those companies that have shown the ability to use their best practices and implemented programs to generate competitive advantages and long-term value.

The Orlando Award Program was established to recognize the best of local businesses in our community. Our organization works exclusively with local business owners, trade groups, professional associations and other business advertising and marketing groups. Our mission is to recognize the small business community’s contributions to the U.S. economy.

CONTACT:
Orlando Award Program
Email: PublicRelations@jogget.org
URL: http://www.jogget.org

https://orlando.orlando.jogget.org/PressReleaseub.aspx?cc=DKM-DU3J-SE55

 

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Limescale Is Harmful To Color Treated Hair and Skin.

Limescale is that white, chalky residue left behind by dissolved minerals (mostly calcium and magnesium) in your water. The higher the concentration of minerals in your water, the “harder” your water. So, if you have hard water, you’ve probably seen this white residue in your bathtub, sink or even on your glass dishes.  And trust me it’s in your hair also. Either way Limescale sounds like a nasty gross word. But if you have no water softener all the shampoo’s, conditioners, body scrubs and lotions will do no good. Limescale will leave a white film on your scalp, skin and fade artificial hair color fast!

The abundance of minerals and chemicals in hard water can leave behind buildup, so washing with it can leave behind a film-like residue. On skin, that residue can exacerbate breakouts, dryness and even bring on irritation, especially if you have sensitive skin. That’s not all: Hard water can affect the skin on your scalp, too, causing dryness and that tell-tale itch.

As for your hair, it may feel like it does when you haven’t thoroughly rinsed out all of your shampoo. So, you might notice it feeling dull, limp or super-dry (think straw-like) to the touch. On top of that, hard water can also lead to faster fading and altered color in color-treated hair. Minerals in hard water, like calcium and magnesium, bond to hair. This causes hair to look dull or discolored.

Most people can’t even tell if they have hard water. But if you can’t explain your dry skin and suspect your water, there are a few steps you can take. Clarifying shampoos contain chelating agents, which bond to the excess minerals on the hair, allowing them to be removed. Good to do at least once a week.  And for the skin try cleansing with a Micellar Cleanser which removes tiny particles and doesn’t require rinsing with water.

If all else fails get a water softener. Soft water, on the other hand, only has de-ionized sodium in it (sometimes it’s natural, and sometimes it’s the result of water treatment). Like hard water, it’s completely safe for drinking, bathing and cooking. And, unlike hard water, it’s actually kind of moisturizing. Some even say that soft water gives skin and hair a slippery feel.

Whether you have hard water or soft water might not even be a concern to you. And, if you don’t notice any adverse effects, there’s no reason to treat it. But if you have adjusted your beauty routine and don’t notice any improvement, it could be worth checking out.

 

 

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Always Be Honest To Your Hairdresser

There’s a reason why when you enter the salon that your hairdresser will ask you all these seemingly unnecessary questions… “What shampoo and conditioner are you using at home?” “Oh, L’Oréal Professional or Paris?” What we’re really wanting to know is: WHAT PRODUCTS ARE YOU USING ON YOUR HAIR BECAUSE WE SMELLED IT THE MINUTE YOU SAT DOWN!
Supermarket products are quite literally coming under fire lately for causing almost irreversible damage to the undiscerning consumer. We, as stylists don’t try and steer you to use professional salon quality products on your hair to meet salon targets, but because we genuinely care deeply for your hair’s health. If we’ve spent 3 hours on your personalized color, we want to ensure you’re using the correct shampoos/conditioners suited to your hair, to keep that sexy balayage looking fresh until you’re next in our chair. Think about it – you wouldn’t wash your Gucci dress in Morning Fresh dish washing liquid, you’ll send that bad gal to the best dry cleaners in town!
Here’s a few reasons WHY we’re so flipping’ adamant on getting you guys off supermarket and chemist brands:
1. They cause hazardous side effects during the coloring process
2. The build-up of parabens and silicone’s that make contact with bleach or hi-lift colors react and can cause the hair to literally melt and turn into a steamy liquid
3. Can cause scalp burns and hair breakage
4. Strips color
5. Removes hydration from hair therefore resulting in color fading
We really encourage you to be as honest as you can with us when we’re consulting prior to your hair service. Let us know if you’ve changed up at-home products recently or have changed up any medications – which can also result in a chemical reaction… because, honestly, within 5 minutes we’ll find out! Because your hair will be SMOKING.. And not the good kind.