I’m going to be starting something new. I will begin blogging every week instead of randomly and singular with 1 person. I will now talk about the week and how it went. I will present new styles I see and trends as they evolve. Some weeks will be better than others but it is part of my success and education journey I am taking with myself. Its therapeutic to look to the past and see what you can change or grow from. Even if its growing out an old cut or growing into a new one.
This past week was one of those weeks where it just seemed everything I touched turned to gold. I love my job and even though there is the ever-present stress of doing the perfect job, I make myself smile and giggle with joy every day. I am always refining my craft and I am learning new tricks every day- even after 15 years! I’m so grateful the game always changes and being on the tip of it takes work and some serious studying, it pays off on the regular behind the chair.
This week I will present photos of different colors and tones with the same similarity of mixing foiling techniques with balayage. I am seeing the trend of ombre move back into soft highlights but with the ends retaining that lightness. To achieve this look you must combine the 2 techniques. Think that perfect beach blonde, or perfect soft sun kissed brunette. Subtlety up top with the pop of color or brightness at the mid-shaft to the ends. My new favorite thing to achieve the best color possible is to get rid of that dark underneath. It’s a thing of the early 00’s. Lets all do a simple movement, a few packets underneath and brighten up that hairline!! When you do this, it brings a pop of brightness as you push your hair to the front and puts a modern edge to your current hair color . Now who doesn’t want that?!!!!!
I love what I do and I hope you do too!
Foiling & Coloring: Schwarzkopf & Wella
Glazing and Toning: Redken Shades EQ
Location: Sabia Apothecary
Review from Jean Barton:
“Girl! I have gotten 500 compliments on my hair this week! All day every day. So fucking great! You nailed it! CUT! And color bitch! You’re killin it!?????”