Bored of the haircut you’ve been rocking all summer long? Change it up with a heavy face framing layer! Boredom doesn’t mean you hate it or want a major change, so doing this could be all you need to feel fresh for fall.
The summer trend was an angled cut, shorter in the back longer in the front, without much layering. You can keep the bones of that cut and then spice it up a bit by framing your face with a nice thick, choppy, chin (or above) length frame. This makes styling your hair so much fun and versatile as well. Whether straight or wavy, down or up, you’ll have new pieces to play with, which will create tons of new looks!
Now that Fall is approaching, (although, in LA do we really ever have Fall?) hair color tones will be shifting a bit. Yes, Fall is known for pumpkin spiced lattes and all things fall colors, however, your hair does not need to make a drastic change to match up with these trends. Fall is about transitioning from bikinis to sweaters — so, just a slight “transition” can make a big difference as far as hair color goes. You still want to feel like you, right?
Here are some Fall-Inspo tips, to give you the perfect amount of “change” you’re looking for. 😉
Do you struggle with frizzy hair? Do you feel that no matter what products you put in your hair - it’s still not enough to tame the mane? Depending on your hair type, lifestyle and routine, a regular blowout can last up to a week. But for those that need your blowouts to last a bittt longer, we may have a solution!
Many times, we get inquires from clients asking to schedule for highlights, when what they really want is balayage — or vice versa. Everyone talks terms — no one talks education or the differences within the options.
Highlights: A lifting technique used to lighten the hair by applying the color from the root by weaving, leaving every other section out. Highlights can create bright blondes, or a more natural look with highlights and lowlights.
This summer, we’re going towards a less-is-more approach. Rather than doing full glam, why not create your own natural glow? With these beauty essentials, you’ll get there in no time.
BODY SCRUB: Invigorating Jasmine-Mimosa Body Scrub Rather than being a sugar based body scrub, this gem is solely composed of Walnut Shell Powder (acts as a dullness remover). The texture of the product is a fluffier substance compared to the usual body scrub—but by its aloe vera (not oil) & coconut derived properties, this scrub will leave you feeling refreshed & cleansed. Oh, & the best part, because it is not oil based, this will leave no residue whatsoever—allowing your skin to glow on its own throughout the day!
I’m sure it’s obvious and probably the most talked about topic of Los Angeles. We always seem to find ourselves talking about sunscreen while sipping our lattes. But WHY is it so crucial? What are some fun facts?
Dp Hue: ACV Hair Rinse “ACV Hair Rinse is a shampoo and conditioner substitute that will leave your hair healthy, vibrant and restored.” Scalp health is equally as important as hair health. Apple cider vinegar removes the impurities from the scalp and hair, in a very gently way that does not strip the hair and scalp of its necessary oils that keep it healthy. This product is infused with aloe and argan oil, as well as other nourishing elements that improve the health of both the hair and scalp.
I encounter clients on the daily basis experiencing hair issues - weak, dry, brittle, easily break. And every single person is seeking that "miracle" shampoo and conditioner that would fix their problem, not realizing hair condition depends on the multitude of solution already in their own hands. Health and strength of your hair is a direct result of your body health and any unbalance and deficiencies you might be experiencing.