Summertime Styles are Loose and Tousled
Want to keep on trend this season and still have your summer fun? Beach bag products are simple and fast and keep you looking great. Check out the tips below to do your hair on the fly.
For girls, hair is loose and tousled but not frizzy. Try a leave in conditioner or smoothing cream such as Catwalk Leave in Conditioner by TIGI. Remember to add a generous amount of product to enhance natural styling. Apply in the first five minutes after any water play.
Boys are wearing hair longer on top and shaved short on the sides. This look is super low-maintenance and easy to style with a small amount of styling cream. Try Up Front Gel Pomade by Bed Head. It controls and shines and keeps that long hair off of the face.
Ask your hairstylist for ideas on using a single product for beachy summer looks that don’t require a mirror or a blow dryer. Enjoy the outdoors and stay fashionable!
Most men get their first grey hairs in their late twenties.
Hi Men! Let’s talk about grey. If you have grey hair, there are a few options for your look. First, decide how much chrome you’d like to have in your hair. Most men look distinguished and sexy with some grey. It just depends on your personal preference and on your target audience (romantic, professional, young, mature, etc).
Next, talk to your hairstylist about color if you want to soften your silver. Grey blending is the best alternative to permanent haircolor because it gently rinses out within a month. You will never see that line of demarcation telling you it’s time for more color (and no one else will either!) Blending is usually done at the shampoo bowl and processes in FIVE minutes before or after your haircut. Super fast.
Grey blending can soften your look. Fancy!
Grey blending does not completely cover grey. It simply tones the hair to give it a softer look. If you want ALL of your greys gone, consider a permanent haircoloring service. This takes a little bit longer than blending at the bowl, but the results are more solid and you have more color options.
Whatever your preference, your hairstylist can help…just ask!
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