Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Ombre Hair Color

In other words, color melting. This is such a big trend this season! So many celebrates are pulling off this look.
Dark root, light ends! The key is to color the root just a shade darker than your natural color & blend it in with the blond. It's low maintenance because you don't have to worry about coming back in for re-touching your new growth for a while. Especially nice if you want a pretty color but don't want to pay for highlights every month or so to keep them up. Also, no worry about the grow-out line. You can do it as gradual or as bold as you would like! Using about 2-3 colors, but you can do more if your hair is longer and you want to go lighter more gradually.
So what do you think? Let us know if you like this "ombre" trend or think that everyone has gone crazy!

Saturday, November 5, 2011

Discount on Hair Products!

Some of our Enjoy products are on sale!
40% off
Rejuvenating Volumizing Shampoo as well as the Conditioner
Enjoy Styling Gel

Come in before they're gone!

Friday, November 4, 2011

Henna Tattoos!

By appointment only, we will be offering Henna Tattoos on Friday!
Call the salon to book your appointment!

What is a Henna Tattoo? Wikipedia says "Henna tattoos, also known as Mehndi, is another form of temporary tattoo. Coming from a south Asian tradition, henna uses a paste made from the powdered leaves of the Henna plant, Lawsonia inermis. Its active dye, Lawsone, binds with the keratin in skin, fingernails, and hair. Traditional henna is drawn in delicate patterns on the hands and feet, but modern henna is applied in all sorts of designs anywhere on the body. Unlike other forms of temporary tattoos, henna does not allow for a full range of colors but only shades of reds, browns, and near-blacks. The paste is applied and left on the skin for several hours to stain. The stain will gradually fade away as the skin sheds. Henna tattoos can last days to over a month depending on application and aftercare.
However, caution should be taken as many products labeled henna are misleading. Fast-staining "black henna" can contain para-phenylenediamine (PPD) which can cause allergic reactions and scarring."

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Gift of Giving

Happy November!!! It's the time of year when the giving of gifts begins. There is no better gift to give a loved one then hair products or a gift certificate! Come in and mark some things of your list! Also don't forget to schedule your holiday hair appointments now, we are super busy this time of year and want you all to look amazing for the holidays!