Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Monday, February 21, 2011
All 50% off
Sculpt Paste-a fiber paste similar to pomade 21 on sale for 10.50
Liss ardent- Thermal Reconstructor, Great for someone who uses a lot of heat tools 21 on sale for 10.50
Expansion- Body activating mousse, a perfect mousse for fine hair! 19 on sale for 9.50
Gelee Riche- anti frizz styling gel- can be used on wet or dry hair 22 on sale for 11
Smooth Velours- smoothing lotion for medium hair for shiny and smooth strands, also offers heat and environmental protection 22 on sale for 11
Sublime Twist- texturizing spray gel perfect for those beachy waves 21 on sale for 10.50
Elasticite- curl corseting crème for fine hair, add weighless definition to curls 24 on sale for 12
Volume elvation- volumizing serum gel adds volume and shine 20 on sale for 10
Thursday, February 17, 2011
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
. Gently brush the very top layer of your hair to make it smooth on the top. That way, all the backcombing will be hidden under the layer that you brushed. Still, don't brush too much, you want it a little messy.
Take the entire backcombed section and pin it behind your head. To make it secure, place the bobby pins in an "X."
Now take all your hair and put it in a low ponytail at the nape of your neck. Tighten the rubber band as tight as you can. This will help "push" your hair up, creating more volume at the top.
You can either leave the rubber band exposed, or hide it by taking a small half-inch section of hair from the ponytail and wrapping it around the rubber band. Take a small bobby pin and pin the hair to the rubber band.
Rough up the ponytail with your fingers to match the texture at the top of your hair. Use the same motion as you did to back comb, but use your fingers instead, since this will create a messy texture but will be softer and gentler than using a comb. Remember, this look isn't about perfection; it looks best slightly messy.
Sunday, February 6, 2011
Saturday, February 5, 2011
Monday, January 31, 2011
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Straight is “IN”
From the runways of Milan to Hollywood’s red carpet, we are seeing straight, sleek and sexy hair.
To achieve Naomi Watts’ look, use Moroccanoil® Treatment or Moroccanoil® Light to condition and style your hair, and finish with Glimmer Shine Spray.
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A classic updo with a modern twist is the ultimate accessory for a special event.
To recreate Emily Blunt’s look, cocktail Moroccanoil® Treatment or Moroccanoil® Light with Hydrating Styling Cream, style with a large curling iron to achieve soft waves, and finish with Luminous Hairspray.
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Glamour is back with 1940s styles trending this Fall and Winter.
To capture Scarlett Johansson’s look, condition hair with Moroccanoil® Treatment or Moroccanoil® Light, and style with Hydrating Styling Cream followed by a large curling iron to create bounciness. Use Luminous Hairspray for hold, and finish with Glimmer Shine Spray.
Saturday, January 22, 2011
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
- Everyone needs a serum, it's a great leave in conditioner and helps protect your hair from the elements.
Here are 2 great options:
Lisse Extreme:With an ultra-light formulation, this leave-in serum protects, controls and conditions without greasiness. The hair feels light and smooth with visibly enhanced shine.
Moroccan Oil: Revives hair and strengthens, relieves dryness.
You can find both these products at the Salon! 317.815.6620
Monday, January 17, 2011
1/2 cup citric acid (found at Whole Body)
1 cup baking soda
3/4 cup cornstarch
1/4 cup cane sugar
food coloring (I used green and blue)
essential oils- eucalyptus & rosemary
mason jars or other containers
flexible silicon ice cube trays
small spray bottle
This "recipe" makes about 1 dozen larger fizzies or about 24 smaller ones.
1. Stir together citric acid, baking soda and cornstarch.
2. Pass mixture through a flour sifter into a mixing bowl. Add in cane sugar.
3. Fill spray bottle with water and several drops of food coloring. Spritz mixture lightly and mix to distribute color. Be careful not to saturate it. You only want it damp enough to be able to mold it in your hands. I ruined my first batch by making it too wet!
4. Pack molds with mixture and let them sit overnight to dry.
5. Next day: press fizzies carefully out of molds and place in mason jars for packaging.
Friday, January 14, 2011
Wednesday, January 12, 2011
Are you suffering from the winter blues? Well here's a little reminder to perk up your day! Winter is the best season for comfortable fashion. You can look chic and be comfortable at the same. Here's a few tips to help you achieve your look.Volume on top + Fitted on bottom = Winter 2011 Fashion. If you can remember this, you’re golden.
The key to this booming Winter trend is how you personalize it. The volume on top could be a number of things from chunky cable knit sweaters, to oversized cardigans, to boyfriend blazers and then some. The fitted bottom look can be a wool mini skirt over tights, super skinny jeans or shorts over tights, but the simplest way to achieve this look is with a pair of leggings. The legging route leaves you with more options than you might think. While the classic black cotton leggings are certainly a fan favorite, you can easily go for gray or colored ones instead or my personal favorite, leather leggings.
Any way you slice it, layers are necessary to perfect this look. Wear your neutral colored sweater open over a printed tee or close it up over a colored top that pops out underneath (known as a peek-a-boo layer). A scarf is a great way to top of this look, but don’t allow the concept of matching everything cloud your judgment. Play with different textures and you’ll see how a combination like a cotton tank under a wool sweater that’s paired with a linen scarf and some leather leggings can create that perfectly imperfect harmony.