Often I find myself discussing people what they want to do with their hair, and we hit this point in which they really aren't sure which way they are wanting to go with their cut or color. That's what my job is, to help YOU find what you want to do with your hair to make it not only in it's most healthy state, but also most flattering state. I want you to feel gorgeous! So, I'm going to start sharing at the end of each month, some inspiration for you from what I did on others that whole month. My intentions for this type of blogging is to help give you inspiration and help on how to choose your hair change, even if you aren't local and can't have me do your hair! SO, let's get started...
If you've followed me for a while, you may recognize Sarah. Sarah is a friend from middle school who has entrusted me with her hair since before I was even licensed to do it. I can honestly say I've made Sarah just about every color. She's been platinum to a deep, deep brown, to different vivid tones. She's a blessed lady in that she can wear anything! So a few months back, she decided she wanted to go away from the blue and purple and try a red. What you see pictured is her hair after growing out a while from that first phase of red. The thing with vivids is, you have to take out all the pigment. So she was very blonde when we started this red journey, so she decided to stay a light red. It has been so cute on her! Red, however, is such a high maintenance color. If Y O U are considering red, remember that it fades quickly. See her before picture? That's is from the fading with pre-lightened hair. She faded to a nice, light copper.
Jo has so much hair! Thus why we love adding in some highlights to give her amazing dimension! Highlights help break up color, give dimension and brighten the hair. If you want to try out color without deep commitment, highlights are a perfect option. You can do anywhere from just a couple around your face to your entire head! Gently woven in color allows you to try out so many different options!
Brooke has those gray hairs that love to be seen! She was wanting something to freshen up in between her root touch up appointments so she they would be blended in for some photos. So, we decided on a glaze to help blend her grays. A glaze is a demi-permanent color that gently fades over 4 to 6 weeks. Another way to try out color without full commitment, a glaze also blends gray rather than fully cover. Therefore it was a fantastic option for her in between appointments to help her gray keep from popping out too much!
I hope this helped you in some way. Remember that I am here for you! If you ever have any questions about anything hair related, please leave me a comment, sent me an email or find me on one of my social media platforms where you can reach out. I love helping people and I am always here to help!
With love and hair,