The blonder the blond, the harder the work! If you’re a natural (or unnatural) blonde, you NEED #RitaHazanNY’s Ultimate Shine Gloss in Breaking Brass. My OG color hero saves your hair until your next appointment by enhancing shine, preventing fading and, yes, breaking brassy yellow. [ #rg@jessicasimpson]
I think being a stylist is one of the hardest careers out there. We have to be so many things and wear so many hats.
Strong communicators, creative and artistic, assertive and personable, funny and outgoing, strong technical abilities, time management skills, problem solvers and troubleshooters, good listeners and therapists, customer service skills etc... Yesterday my grandmother passed away early in the morning and I put on a smile and went to work. I had a lot on my mind and felt especially sad for my mother. At the end of the day when I was driving home, I thought to myself “I hope I was everything my clients wanted me to be today”. It’s so important to me that I don’t let my personal life bleed onto my clients and when I was reflecting on everything I realized just how much we have to be in order to deliver. So shout out to all the stylists out there who are going through hard times and holding it together to make sure the person in your chair feels loved, nurtured and listened to. What you do is truly impressive.
Texture + Dimension - these are a few of my favorite things💫
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Back in July I promised I would post a video of me curling my hair before @eugenedoeshair chopped it off into a pixie. Well, I’m a woman of my word, even if it takes 3 months to fulfill it! Swipe to watch the full 3 minute tutorial ➡️➡️ A few extra tips not mentioned in the video:
1) After you’re done curling, use @kenraprofessional Dry Volume Burst to add texture, grit, and fullness. It was my favorite spray when my hair was longer, and I got my sister hooked on it too!
2) Play with different sized curling irons to achieve different types of waves. For example, if you have even shorter hair than what I have in the video, try a 1” iron.
3) For extra dimension in this style, try alternating the direction of each curl. However, you definitely should curl each side of your hairline away from the face no matter what.
4) Shake out the curls after they’ve cooled completely.
5) Have fun and practice practice practice. I learned this technique from @danielmbeauty and it took me a few tries to figure it the motor skills. So don’t give up!