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hairstylist joseph kellner swimming hair care in orlando, florida

 

Swimming plus hair can equal a mess of frizz. Are you searching for a specific hairstyle that can actually work while you swim in a pool or the ocean? Most people don’t care what their hair looks like while swimming, but others want to match their hair with the bathing suit style or keep bangs away from the face. What can you do?

Before dunking your head into a pool of chlorine or salt water make sure the head and scalp is fully protected. You can place a light conditioner application onto the entire head. Make sure to comb each application throughly from beginning to bottom of hair. The conditioner will help your hair from absorbing the chlorine, while the conditioner will help seal the cuticle and be your own hair barrier. This can be applied to wet or dry hair. I highly recommend Kalea Rose Passion Conditioner.

There are so many different hairstyles to choose from. Think of a style that would be easy for you to do, and how your hair reacts to it. One of the best styles for swimming is braids, which can be done on any length hair. When you braid the hair tight, this method can help the water from seeping into the cuticle and scalp. After you get out of the water, remove the braids from the head, shake, and run your fingers through it. You should now have a sexy beach wave style. You can do one big braid, braid on each side of head, a head full of braids, two ponytails with braids, french braid, boho braids, or side braid.

Trying to keep bangs away from the face you can gel them back and pin them to the side, or wear a cute headband to match the bathing suit. If you decide with 2 braids or ponytails, why not get matching ribbon to go with your swimwear? Simply create a bow, weave it through the braids, or make a headband out of it. Place the ribbon on like a headband, then tie it around the bottom of the nape area. Create a cute bow.

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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….

Joseph Kellner Hairdresser/Haircolorist/MakeupArtist

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