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Best Hair Color in Orlando 2014 Joseph Kellner Salon

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Joseph Kellner Salon Voted One of the Top 3 Salons in Orlando “Best Hair Color 2014”

Well the clients and consumers have voted and the Joseph Kellner Salon have been voted for the third time in three years. I would like to thank all who voted for the salon and all who have been clients throughout the years. May God bless you all.

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Joseph Kellner is a hair stylist, designer, colorist, and makeup artist with more than 27 years of experience. Kellner is a full time professional makeup artist for print and film, and his work has been featured in a variety of media outlets. He considers hair and makeup a craft, and has served in Miami, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Florida. Joseph Kellner has numerous awards and accolades for his work.

 

 

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Joseph Kellner Salon Nominated for “Best Hair Color In Orlando 2014”.

Joseph Kellner Salon has been Nominated this year by CityVoter.com.

For “Best Hair Color In Orlando 2014″. Feel free to vote Please click on the link below.

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Joseph Kellner SalonJoseph Kellner is a Hair Designer, Hair-Colorist, Corrective Colorist, Makeup Artist! Appointments can be made either by phone or email. Makeup services are available in the hair salon for special occasions, film, print. I use Goldwell, Scruples, Artego hair color.  Joseph Kellner is a full time professional makeup artist for print and film, and his work has been featured in a variety of media outlets. He considers hair and makeup a craft, and has served in Miami, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Florida. Joseph Kellner has numerous awards and accolades for his work.


If you are interested in scheduling Joseph for editorial, film, or print models, several packages are available for quarter day, half day, and full day services.

Joseph Kellner has been voted Best Salon for 2012 in Orlando by Kudzu.com, he’s received the 2012 – 2013 Best of Orlando Award by the Orlando Awards Program, and he was featured on Hair, Makeup, Skin-Care in Biszu Magazine in 2012. These are just a few of the forms of recognition this Orlando stylist has received.  I would like to thank my client’s for voting for me!!!!

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Joseph Kellner Salon Recommends Seven Sins Hair Care as a Winner at my Studio!

Seven Sins product review for beauty industry!
Seven Sins product review for beauty industry!

What is it all about with Seven Sins Hair Care!

At Seven Sins we believe in “EXTREMES” and what’s more exciting than embracing your inner SIN? Be original, natural, innovative, secretive & demanding! It’s the “SEXIEST” you! And don’t we love Sexy!! Seven Sins will have you in love with not only your hair but with “us” as well!!
We also embrace Simplicity (with high yield formulas) Seven Sins has created a sequence of hair products that simplifies selection! You no longer have to cocktail multiple brands to get the results you’ve craved (dreamed of) & most likely thought were unobtainable.
So be yourself, Sexy, Daring & (most important) be Original! Live life to the extreme (after all) everyone knows life’s more fun…with a little Sin. What’s your secret? Don’t tell….. till they beg!!!
The full-line of Seven Sins© products was the brainchild and creation of Master Stylist/Colorist, John Michael Zucco. It all started when he found himself referring his clients to different brands that needed to be used together in order to achieve specific “looks.” John came up with a different solution—a simpler solution—which is the top-of-the-line Seven Sins products. These products are easily used in sequence to achieve a series of specific, desired looks. You no longer have to cross high-quality brands to get the hair style you want. Each of the hair products in the line are marked by their “sin” symbol, which is then followed with a “virtue”, for example the product I tried has a sin of unmanageable, dull, out of control hair. The virtue? Smooth, controlled, shiny hair.
What makes Seven Sins different is that it’s the first high-quality hair care product that consolidates the hair care process into simple steps that are easy to understand and work into your everyday hair-styling routine. Additionally, Seven Sins products are salt-free, sulphate-free, phthalate-free, and paraben free. They carry what the website calls “sinfully” clean record.
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Reviews Of Seven Sins Hair care!

I would like to take the time to thank Mr. Zucco for sending me the “Lust” from the Seven Sins product he has created. The product performs well for all of my styling needs. There are not a lot of products in the beauty/cosmetic industry I carry. Do to the fact of not having an exclusive in my studio. In other words if I don’t have it, I don’t want a client purchasing it elsewhere. “Lust” does its …job and I am pleased to find a product that will not weigh the hair down and also “Lust” gives me the added volume I want in my blow drying. No need for a ton of styling products sitting on the shelf. It is a good product, I will order for my salon. Get your product out there John you have a winner!!! I will order it for the salon. Love the packaging also, the clients like it also. Joseph Kellner
Message from: Kathy Clark
I have known JMZ for many years, and I was very happy to catch up with him again on FB. Much to my surprise, he has his own hair care line now!
I’ve been a “Salon Rat” since I was 16 years old! Cuts, colors, and …enough products to fill a truck, always looking for the next best thing….
Since I still love trying new hair products, I ordered 3 products from the Seven Sins line, Pride (the shampoo) Sloth (the conditioner) and Lust (pre-styling lotion) I can honestly say, these are by far, some of the best products I have EVER used.
My hair is shoulder length, kind of coarse, but tends to “collapse” if too much product is used on it. I also have it foiled with three different shades of blonde, so it does have its share of damage. When I used Pride & Sloth, I really couldn’t believe how soft and revitalized my hair felt! This was only after one use, so I can’t wait to see how great my hair is going to be with further use.
After the shampoo and conditioner I used Lust. This product is very easy to use, 2 pumps does it for me, worked it through my hair, and just let my hair air dry. When dry, my hair looked shiny, healthy, and (what I have never found in any other product) it brought out the natural wave my hair has, without the “frizzes”, which is great with Summer being here, and you just want to wash your hair and go! I can’t wait to try it when I blow dry and flat-iron my hair as well!
What I really liked as well, is the very little amount of these products you have to use to make them work.
I am definitely sold on these three products, and I will be a return customer…..I’ve experienced 3 of the Seven Sins, can’t wait to see what else this could lead to!!
Wonderful products, and honestly, highly recommended! Thank you JMZ!
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Why Is Corrective Hair Color So Complicated?

This is a good question. Due to the prior service given to the client, she is now in your hands. If the hair is damaged, I do not suggest proceeding with a chemical service. Porosity is a key factor on how well the damaged hair can be lightened and how long the tone will stay in the hair. Permanent hair color is permanent but the tone is not. The virtue in corrective hair color is patience. The customer must understand that there will be follow-up appointments in securing the final goal of the hair color. Hair color (Fadage) will also be a problem for the client. This is due to porosity of the hair. The health of the hair must be given a total commitment by the client. Home hair care is a must. Establishing realistic goals between the client and colorist is very important. Remember, the colorist who is fixing the prior chemical service is not the one who damaged it. Work with your colorist. I recently had a customer visit and all her hair was burned off! She asked what she could do. I suggested cutting off the remaining hair in a nice textured style. She wanted to keep what was left and believe me, it was no longer than 2’ inches. I suggested a style for the shape of her face and color that would match her skin tone and eye color. But she wanted it left long and it really didn’t suit her. Sometimes you just have to walk away as a professional….

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Which Shade Should I Get?

 

Which Shade Should I Get?  There are dozens of hues of blonde hair highlights available. The key to choosing the best shade isn’t just picking a pretty color: it needs to coordinate with your hair, skin, and eye color for a blended, natural look; ideally, more than one highlight shade should be used. Individuals who were born with blonde hair that darkened as they aged (which is natural) can look at old photographs their previous shades of blonde are superb choices for highlights. Individuals who have adopted blonde locks, however, need to take greater care in choosing the best highlight color.

For Your Eye Color. If you have chosen your blonde hair highlight color based on your hair color and skin tone, it will likely already match your eye color as well. As a double-check, note that individuals with very light eyes (blue or green) tend to have cool skin tones and should opt for paler highlight colors, while individuals with dark eyes can often choose richer shades.

For Your Skin Color.  Because highlights often frame the face, skin color is the most important factor when choosing an accent shade. The wrong highlight color can make your complexion appear too flushed, too pale, or just discolored.  For cool skin tones… Individuals with cool skin tones are frequently pale and do not tan easily. Their skin may have blue or gray undertones that are best highlighted and soothed by ash, beige, wheat, taupe, or other subtle highlights. For ruddy skin tones… Ruddy skin tones tend to have strong red undertones and blush easily. Individuals with ruddy tones should avoid red-based highlights that can accentuate their skin, but beige, gold, and honey brown shades are excellent options.  All models on this page where corrective hair color client’s. The brand of hair color used was Goldwell, various levels of reconditioning were implemented to achieve an exact hair color for these client’s. All the corrective color service’s where not completed in one salon visit. And normally in the field of corrective hair color numerous salon visits are needed

Joseph Kellner
HairStylist/Colorist/MUA
407- 421- 5857

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Appointments can be made either by phone or by email. Please enjoy my website and let me know how you like it! We use Goldwell Haircolor, Scruples Haircolor and Framesi Haircolor for all salon services.

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Color Correction Might Take Several Visits

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Many consumers with color correction issues don’t realize that hair color can not often be instantly reversed.  It can take up to five visits for some serious color problems to be reversed.  Did I say five visits?  

Yes indeed.  Hair color is not like paint on furniture which can easily be removed with paint remover.  Haircolor is a lot more like painting a white wall.  Sometimes you can’t just paint over the color with corrective white paint. Many times you have to remove the botched color in several steps.  The same is true with hair color gone wrong.  If you go to a color correction specialist and they tell you that it will take several treatment sessions, take the time to talk to them and find out why before you reject the suggestion outright.

Actions To Avoid 

Although you may feel that you can do a miracle fix with the color, at home yourself, historical evidence in not in your favor unless you utilized a vegetable, semi or demi-permanent color.  If you used a permanent color or a bleach product, it is best to try and get professional help from the manufacturer or an outside color expert. 

While there are color removing products available to professionals stylist and color experts, unless you have a complete knowledge of how to use the formulas, avoid them like the plague.  The color removal products often contain strong chemicals or bleach and in the wrong hands they can cause severe hair breakage.  Color removal products should never be used on relaxed or permed hair without the advice of a hair expert.

The only way to remove permanent hair color is with a color removal product.  Depending on the color that you selected, you may be able to cover the permanent color with a semi or demi-color.  Enlist the advise of the color manufacturer before you start experimenting with different coverage shades or you could wind up with the color of mud. If your visions of Pamela Lee blonde turned to Carrot Top orange, only a color expert can safely get you back to a safe color zone.  The same is true for purple, pink, blue or some green.  

Some chlorine enhanced greens can be removed with a special chlorine removal shampoo. When all else fails, try the tomato juice soak.  The red in the juice will neutralize the green in many cases. Many people have color disasters with henna.  Not only does henna coat the hair, it is highly unpredictable for some users. If a horrid shade of henna is haunting you, reach for good old fashioned mineral oil.  A colorist told me to follow these directions to lessen or even remove henna from the hair:

1.Saturate hair strands with a mixture.

2. Follow 5-10 minutes later with a coating of mineral oil.  Apply the mineral oil on top of the 70% alcohol. Avoid the scalp area.

3. Cover your new oily head with Saran or similar plastic.  A plastic shower cap will also work well.  

4. Sit under a hood dryer for 30-45 minutes.

If you don’t have a hood dryer, direct a heat concentrator towards the hair from your blow dryer. 

5. To remove the oil apply a little shampoo to the palms of your hands and then pat on the oil BEFORE you apply water.  After you have applied the shampoo to the oil areas, turn on the shower and lather.  Use a good cleansing or clarifying shampoo. You may need to shampoo more than once to remove all the oil and the henna.  If necessary, repeat as needed.

6. Once you have removed the henna, be sure to perform deep conditioning treatments to restore moisture to the hair. When in doubt about henna, don’t do it.  Take your time and do lots of research to be sure you are on the right track to desired color results. Time heals all hair color woundsAlthough you may hate your new color, if neither home or professional correction are an option, consider going shorter with a new style that will allow you to outgrow the color quickly.  Ask your stylist to help you select a style that minimizes any new roots or growth.  Give yourself some time to let the color fade naturally away. 

2. Heat to fade

Hot water is notorious for fading chemically colored hair.  Some volume shampoos and gels like Matrix Amplify and related products may also help fade color faster because it is designed to blow open the hair cuticle which sometimes accelerates hair color loss. Hot extra virgin olive oil and some commercial oil treatments will also help to strip chemically applied color.  An old trick of colorists is to shampoo with Prell shampoo which is known for its color striping talents. Don’t assume that it will remove your unwanted hues.  It will help fade your color which may or may not be a good thing.  While this may or may not be a good option for quickly moving past unwanted temporary or demi-perm colors, it may actually accentuate a bad shade on permanently applied color.

3. Make lemonade out of lemons

Yes, I know it sounds sappy, but I really believe that when life gives you lemons, you can have fun making lemonade. Being positive really helps in any bad situation, including sporting a head of pink and purple hues when you wanted cookies and cream. Not only does positive thinking and actions make you feel better, it gives you the opportunity to learn new ways to appreciate your hair.  Set aside some private time, drag out all your hair styling tools and play with some new looks that can help you pass the time while your horrible hue grows out.  Styling products like volume enhancing mousse or extra strength gel can work wonders on instantly changing limp locks into luscious fat locks.  A good straightening or defrisant balm can remove the frizzies for a smooth, sleek shiny cap and help you to forget that it just happens to be slightly orange. Surviving one really bad hair color experience should help you avoid them in the future.  Always make sure that you have a pre-color consultation with your stylist and that you believe you are both on the same hair page. 

Take photos of your desired hues since stylists work well with a visual view to guide them. Once the color begins, watch carefully.  If you think the color process is going wrong, instantly stop the process.  If your head or scalp starts to sting or burn speak up immediately.  Remember, it is your hair and you have to live with it.  Don’t be shy, speak up and leave if you must.

Joseph Kellner

Best Haircolor In Orlando, Florida 32836

7250 Kirkman Road

407-421-5857