Scrub-a-dub-dub.

If you’ve read any of my past posts, I’ve made it very clear I never wash my hair & it’s constantly being overloaded with dry shampoo & miscellaneous products I come across. Embarrassing as it is to admit, I started to get a build up of product on my scalp, no matter how many times IContinue reading “Scrub-a-dub-dub.”

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Essentials.

    Though I’m a hairstylist, I’m pretty low maintenance when it comes to the beauty stuff. I keep my routine pretty simple, but here are some products I cannot live without. *drum roll* Oh Bee Hive! Matte Dry Shampoo I cannot profess my love for this product enough, I mean what’s not to love?Continue reading “Essentials.”

Do Blondes Really Have More Fun?

While everyone imagines life as a Barbie to be effortless & breezy it’s in fact a pain in the… you know what. Depending on your natural hair color & which technique you decide to go lighter with, will judge how much maintenance you’ll endure. If your goal is to be as blonde as you canContinue reading “Do Blondes Really Have More Fun?”

Reality of Fantasy Colored Hair.

When it comes to being a hairstylist I can definitely say coloring is by far my favorite thing to do & fantasy colors just happen to be one of my specialties. I must admit these appointments are filled with stress/ anxiety, they take extra long, & they’re messy, but the end result is so very worth it! AContinue reading “Reality of Fantasy Colored Hair.”

Fall’s here, so stay warm.

A majority of my clients are obsessed with the ash/cool blonde trend that we’ve all admired on pinterest & insta, so once in a blue moon I’ll get someone requesting a warm tone & I get overly excited. Warm colors show gold, copper, & red. Personally, I’m a huge fan of the forgotten trend “golden blonde”  which justContinue reading “Fall’s here, so stay warm.”

Ombré vs. Balayage

One of the most asked questions in the salon… ” What’s the difference between ombrĂ© & balayage? ” So here’s the breakdown! O M B R É OmbrĂ©, having the French meaning “two-toned” shows more of a contrast for example; transitioning from a dark brown into a honey blonde. Transition is thee most important aspect of theContinue reading “OmbrĂ© vs. Balayage”