Category: Hair Styles

Adding Volume With Ease 

February 22nd, 2021

Ditch your teasing comb for a quick and easy styling staple that works wonders in seconds and won’t have you brushing out the tangles later. The secret to perfecting an effortless upstyle or undone chic waves lies in adding volume where needed. With modern volume throughout your style, you’ll notice more movement and carefree finishes. …

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Inspiration & Digital Education To Look Forward To

February 1st, 2021

No one could have predicted the impact 2020 would have on stylists and salons all over the world. As the world defined “essential,” stylists rose to the occasion by adapting to and maximizing their circumstances. Professional hairdressers across the country and beyond became immersed in reinvention; brushing up on foundations, practicing new techniques, and navigating …

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How to Add Moisture When You Need It Most

October 14th, 2020

Do you know the difference between hydration and moisture? In everyday life, these words are used interchangeably to describe water content. However, when it comes to skin and hair care, hydration and moisture take on two different meanings from one another. The ability to discern between these two will answer what your true needs are, …

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The Best Cutting Tips for Curls

October 7th, 2020

Cutting curly hair requires a unique approach separate from standard textures. From proper tool selection to ideal technique practice– curl cutting success comes down to a deep understanding of how to achieve the desired end result. Whether you would like to brush up on the basics or dive into advanced techniques, you can increase sales …

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Low-Key Style Tips for the Time-Stressed

September 15th, 2020

While there’s certainly a time and place for styling an intricate updo or the perfect polished blowout, there’s something to be said for those fast, easy-to-achieve hairstyles when you only have moments to spare before an appointment or a zoom call. When you need to save time—not sacrifice style—try these low-key style tips!   Refresh …

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Five Flattering Haircuts Just in Time for Fall

August 12th, 2020

As we look ahead to cooler days, the perfect time to change up your look is near. The upcoming fall season calls for shorter, softer looks with a subtle edge. Don’t be surprised to see texture continue its reign. Expect to see haircuts take a cue from summer’s hottest trends toward enhancing natural texture patterns. If …

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Curl Patterns 101 – What’s Your Curl Type?

July 22nd, 2020

In the era of individuality, celebrating hair’s natural texture is more relevant than ever. It’s not just a trend—championing what makes us unique is a movement, one that stylists can help highlight and cultivate. Our industry helps clients look and feel their best and this includes helping them embrace their natural texture. Texture comes in …

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Texturizer or Hairspray? What to Use & When

July 8th, 2020

Overwhelmed searching for the right product to achieve the look your client wants? Advancements in haircare technology have created an abundance of products to choose from, and therefore, some product choice confusion. This is why we’re detailing the debate between texturizer and hairspray – so you know what to use and when! As stylists, we …

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The Best Summer Styles

June 15th, 2020

In this highly creative industry, hairstylists have the opportunity to trail blaze new trends each season. From endless sources of inspiration – T.V. shows, films, previous fashion week styles, and social media – these are the top favorite summer styles to reference in the salon.   Trending Cut: The Modern Shag The trend to cut …

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Natural Texture is Everywhere – Here’s How to Get the Look

March 10th, 2020

We’ve seen the presence of natural hair texture transition from a rarity to an everyday option over the past few decades, an evolution marked by lifestyle. Rather than combat natural wave and curl patterns, clients are embracing them alongside more structured styles. In other words, they’re more open to a variety of styles while working …

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