Kristin & Leah sharing new techniques and knowledge from the New York City Moroccanoil Academy Workshop with a hands-on class ✂️ @couturehair
MOROCCANOIL EDUCATION🔑A Disconnected Pixie Cut & a NEW product knowledge class today has us feeling inspired, refreshed and above all, fully reminded of why we love what we do!🙌🔥
We were trying to find some quick/cool ways to wear one of these clips and this was our fave.
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If you want a whole new look or just a slight change ,get a head start with these celeb approved hair trends.
"Ronze is a mixture of copper red and bronze brown," Matrix StyleLink celebrity hairstylist George Papanikolas told Good Housekeeping. It works well on all complexions, you just have to find the best version with your colorist. For those with fair skin like Julianne, you'll want a more vibrant undertone.
Coined by Jack Howard of Neville Hair & Beauty Salon, the term "babylights" refers to a technique of applying very fine strands of color throughout the hair with meche or plastic wrap—it helps the hair look multi-dimensional, and the highlights boost your color in a more natural way.
"Bronde," a term inspired by blondes who want to go dark—but not too dark—became a big hair color trend in summer 2015 after Blake shocked the world with an Instagram of her newly dyed tresses. It's carrying strong into 2016 though, as it's a nice blend of hues for the colder weather.
Consider this new hair trend the lighter, trendier cousin of the beloved rainbow hair that took over everyone's Instagram. It's a blend of pearl and light pinks, blues, purples, or greens.
While some women are all about playing with the color of their hair these days, others are embracing their more natural shade—and that includes gray.
This hand-painted highlighting technique has been around for a while, but it's making a resurgence in requests at the salon. It's not hard to see why, as it gives the hair softer, less noticeable regrowth lines. Translation: you can go longer between salon visits.