Haircolor and Makeup Advice

No.7 Bonding Oil By Olaplex Great For Dry Damaged Hair

This is a good product to use on any and all hair colored customers, and recommend it as well also.  A highly-concentrated, weightless styling oil that repairs damaged and compromised hair. Dramatically increases shine, softness, color vibrancy, and manageability. Minimizes fly aways and frizz while restoring healthy appearance and texture.  Can be used daily on wet and dry hair, or before styling with heat.  I’ve used all kinds of oils and products to help manage my customers frizz and hair texture. The No7 is by far the best product I’ve ever used.  Amazing how little goes a long way.  If you want a product that will help your hair get healthy again, you cant go wrong with Olapex.

Also a tip for Hairdressers, Use No.7 Bonding Oil on the hair prior to color services to tame fly aways during the coloring process!  My favorite part, is the hair is getting a mini Bond Building treatment, while giving you the colorist the manageability they need for flawless application.

  • 1. Remove cap.
  • 2. Turn the bottle upside down and gently tap the index finger on the bottom of the bottle to dispense a metered drop.
  • 3. Apply a small amount to damp or dry hair, style as desired.
NOTE: Works on wet, damp or dry hair
Haircolor Advice, Makeup Advice

Tips For Your Skin Color

What is your skin type like? Are you oily, combination skin or normal? Depending on what your skin type is and what kinds of needs you are looking for depends on the formula to look for. Usually when shopping online for foundations, you can click the description of the product and it can tell you who the foundation is best for. When you go shopping and a sales person will say something like “Who it’s for: Normal to oily skin.”  which is super helpful when seeing if a formula works for you. You can also look for shade ranges that offer added skincare benefits or mention how it is formulated to wear on the skin. When shopping for foundations look for a range that offers not only a wide color range but also undertones – like warm, neutral or cool.

An undertone and skin tone are two different things to remember when shopping for a foundation. Under the skin is your undertone, an easy way to remember. During the seasons, especially summer or winter when you may be more tan or fair, your skin tone can change. But, your undertone never does. Cool undertones contain more blue. Neutral undertones are versatile and can wear neutral, warm or cool foundations and are between yellow and blue. Warm undertones are a little more on the yellow side.

How do you know if you have cool, neutral or warm undertones? Check your veins. If you have purple or blue veins, you’re cool. Blue or green, then you’re neutral. And green or olive veins, when you have a warm undertone. Now that you’ve got your undertone figured out, lets tackle the skin tone.