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Hair Color Idea’s For This Year

If there’s one thing in beauty girls are obsessed with it’s our HAIR. Everything else can go wrong, but when it’s your HAIR STYLE then you know it’s not going to be a good day. I get you! Woman want perfect hair without the effort, but did you know picking the right tones can actually make this easier? Picking the right tones can take your hair from drab to fab. So reinvent yourself with a new hair color.

Blonde Hair Tones In Natural Way.  If you were born blonde, you will know that the only color that suits you will be blonde. So, you can’t exactly be creative with your hair colors. But you can be creative with the blonde tones you work with. Bleach blonde hair is out and it’s all about warm tones rather than the Elsa icy hair. Make your blonde hair look more natural with a lot of different colors and tones running through it – so even if you’re deciding to go blonde, then this will make it look the most natural!

 

Chestnut Colors For Dark Brown Hair Color.  Ok, so if you have really dark hair you want options to change your one tone colored look into a more vibrant, fun finish. And it can be quite difficult to do as mixing colors with your dark hair can either go really well or really bad. Blend in up to three shades lighter than your actual color to create a finish that gives your hair some life and warmth.

 

Balayage Hair Coloring Techniques. Yes, they’re back! And they’re going to be just as popular next year as they were this year. Long gone are the days where we just stick to one-toned hair. Instead, we know that natural, beautiful hair is mixed with a combination of different colors. If you’re a hazel brunette this color will be perfect for you to pull off and give your hair the boost it needs.

Warm Golds And Reds For Brunettes. For light brunettes, this is a very popular hairstyle because it’s easy, stylish and trendy. But rather than blending all of these tones throughout the hair you want to do a dip-dye effect with these warmer tones towards the bottom of your hair. And whilst many people think they should dye their darker in their winter, they’re wrong. As our complexions get lighter so should our hair, which will keep you from getting too pale. Mix caramel highlights with this and you’re a winner!

Haircare Advice

Consumer Hairdressing Terminology!

Talking to your client is very important, any mis-communication can translate to a very bad cut and haircolor. Here are definitions to avoid a hair style malfunction next time!

Texturize: In cutting terms, this means giving a blunt or pure form shape, so there are different lengths and movement.

Graduation: A build up of weight, 45 degrees from the head shape. This technique can be done in different ways like around face (face framing), at the nape (stacked/angled bob), or side swept bangs. When this technique is utilized, it gives movement and structure to your cut.

Jooge: In the fashion world, this means detailing — rubbing the hair between my fingers for texture, or at the roots for a extra lift.

Fringe: Bangs

Point Cut: When the scissors are used to cut hair vertically instead of horizontally. This will give you a “piecey” look.

Edgy: Trendy, non-conventional, or extreme. Shapes may include choppy.

Gisele Waves: Gisele Bundchen’s waves. Stylists refer to Gisele when we mean loose, tousled waves. It’s more about the movement instead of volume.

Dusting: Cutting the most minimal amount of hair, otherwise known as the slightest trim for those who are nervous to get a haircut.

Upsweep: Loosely gathering hair on the top of the head. This look is ideal for the gym, summer weather, or for protecting hair from rainy weather.

Faux Hawk: An edgy look; a messier version of a mohawk.

Chemical Cut: Hair so over-processed that it breaks and looks as though it has been cut.

 Busted: Hair that’s overworked, over-processed, and damaged.

Blunt: A haircut that is all one length – can be short or long.

Razored: A sharp, edgy haircut created with a razor, instead of scissors.

Bed Head: Often worn down, this style is a sexy look that makes it look like you effortlessly just arrived to the party and didn’t have time to style your hair. A very appealing and natural hairdo.