Haircolor and Makeup Advice

Great Formula For Blow Drying And Glamour Sets

Joseph Kellner

 

Every Friday in the salon after 3:00 in the afternoon, I have a promotion called, “Bring Your Black Dress And I Will Do The Rest:. This promotion is for the lady’s who will be going out to Black Tie, Private Party’s, and Charity Events.

The client will come in with their gowns or dress’ and I will style or set and do their make up. It is quit popular and allows me to try out different formula’s for the setting or styling of the hair. And also new and popular makeup products. Very popular service, which we have extended to Saturdays after 3:00 in the afternoon.  The last few weeks I have been using a formula with KIN Cosmetics which has given me success.  I have taken a quarter size of the KINSTYLE GELLIN with a quarter size of the KINSTYLE POTION CREAM and WELLAH! I have achieve a sculpting lotion similar to the Paul Mitchel sculpting lotion when it first came out. Excellent hold and will not leave the hair rough or dry feeling. If you are setting the hair you will bet a lot of volume and the wave will stay in for a long time. This product formulation will compliment the hair design.  This is a great setting formula and also for everyday blow drying the hair. I have used the Potion Creme by itself and I was not so convinced about it on fine hair, and a tip don’t get it near the roots. Just the mid shaft and ends. Potion Creme will give you a soft feel and a decent finish but adding the two products together is a winner.  I am not really one to add and add products to a finish. I believe a lot of your work should be in the hair design, if the design is accurate then you will not need a lot of finishing products. But these two products together and you have hit a Grand Slam. Also when you add the irons to the hair you will see tremendous shine.

Joseph Kellner

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Haircare Advice for Women with Colored Treated Hair!

 

Try not to over condition the hair, especially if it is color treated! When your hair feels dry in the heat or humidity, you may be tempted to double up on the moisturizing products. But heavy moisturizing ingredients, especially those that contain oil, can make your hair oilier and look dirty. They’ll also make your regular styling products less effective.Instead, apply a half-dollar amount of conditioner midway down your hair. Work it through to the ends and don’t massage it into your scalp. The scalp and roots are already coated with your natural oils, which help to condition the hair.  Also, go easy on the treatment oils, serums, and sprays, which can contribute to build-up.

Clarifying shampoo can be a great treatment when you have build-up on your scalp from styling products or chlorine. But since they are so tough on dirt, they’re also very harsh on your hair and strip it of moisture. This will make your hair dry and frizzy. If you have colored hair, clarifying shampoo will also strip away the color and cause it to fade.Instead, use a clarifying shampoo only once a month. Your regular shampoo should be something more gentle and moisturizing.

Wet hair is more fragile dry hair. It’s more susceptible to snags and breaks. It’s a good idea to use a wide-toothed comb to detangle it, rather than a bristle brush. Pulling it into an elastic hair band can cause further damage or break the hair shaft. Instead, use a soft headband or bobby pins to pull your hair back from your face when it’s still wet.