Haircare Advice, Haircolor Advice, Haircolor and Makeup Advice

Brazillian Seda Shampoos, Conditioners and Hair Creams

A few blogs back I tinted my model who is above Kushi for her photo-Shoot. After care of hair especially if it color treated is very important. The whole idea is to keep the hair healthy and keeping it from breaking. Which is a very large factor with color treated hair. If you have tinted hair and are the type of client who likes to maintain the color or likes to have a diversity of colors. It is important to care and nourish the hair strand properly.

And by doing this hair care regime at home it will be simpler to change the hair color or maintain the level of artificial color. I prescribed to my model a hydrating conditioner for her use. She wash’s her hair often, curls and straightens it often, This can make hair dry and brittle. That is why I recommended a conditioner for her.

Natural Recharge Hydrating Conditioner, hydrates the hair fiber by fiber, aligning the cuticles of the hair, providing smoothness and rendering the hair easier to comb. This can also be left in the hair for 20-30 minutes as a deep conditioning treatment. Just make sure you rinse out of the hair. And only apply to the shaft and ends of the hair. You make wrap a warm towel around the hair to help open the cuticle of the hair for a better treatment.

Seda Hair-Combing Cream – natural recharge and hydration is made with mulberry roots and a fusion of oils. It hydrates fiber by fiber and aligns the cuticles of the hair, relieving all those knots and cramps that often make hair difficult to comb. Now, with extra softness, your hair has never been easier to comb! Once applied continue to blow style the hair. Very light weight cream to use and will provide protection from the heating elements. Also great for men to use also instead of a gel. Give them a try everyone. Great products.

For her shampoo I recommended Seda Shining Black which has a small amount of melanin in the product. It enhances the sheen and gently protects the hair in addition to cleansing and moisturizing, leaving your hair even more beautiful and full of sheen. The melanin is for dark hair colors. And by the way it won’t stain the shower. Like a lot of professional hair color lines do. This is extremely safe. You will get a extreme amount of shine in the hair, when using this product. Which Kushi needs for her modeling Photo-Shoots.

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Makeup Advice

Models Prep Your Lips Before Your Shoot!

One thing you don’t want during your photo-shoot is have your lipstick move all over.  And when you place your lipstick on, just like when you prime your face for your foundation. You must prep your lips. MAC Prep and Prime Lip is what I would recommend and go to for all my photo-shoots. A color free base to wear under lipstick. Adds light moisture, smooths and refines the lips. Improves the appearance of applied lip products.

There is no greasy feel to the product and just apply it while you are doing your foundation and then just gently pat your lips before applying your lip color.

  • Reduces lipstick feathering
  • Provides long-term hydration
  • Fragrance-free
  • Oil-free
  • Dermatologist tested

A lot of woman will place a chap stick on there lips to prime them. Which is a NO-NO. This will give you a oily appearance even when you pat the chap stick off. And the lipstick will not adhere to the lips. Don’t try this method use a primer. Another way of taking of dry flakes from the lips is use some scotch tape to the lips and this will also gently pull off the flaky skin. Also if you use a dark colored lipstick to dry lips, it will appear darker in certain areas because of flaking. So always use a primer for the lips.  This will also hydrate the lips also.

  • Apply a thin coating over entire lip area and over lip edges.
  • Follow with lip color.
  • If desired, line lips.