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Celebrity Hairdressers on Spring Hair Color Trends

Spring Hair Color

Lindsay Lohan’s Spring Hair Color Bring Speculation

One of my favorite celebrity hairdressers to watch is Billy Yamaguchi, author of Feng Shui Beauty. Feng Shui teaches the art of furniture placement to create positive energy flow in your home.

“Feng Shui in Spring Hair Color”

“I try to apply the Feng Shui principle to hair color as well. Placing light shades near a heart-shaped face only makes the face look wider. Place high lights away from the face and on top of the head to elongate the face shape.” Yamaguchi advises using six to eight shades of hair color, in the same hair color family, to achieve the most stunning looks. If that type of hair coloring technique puts too big of a dent in your wallet, consider alternating what hair colors are added every other hair color appointment.

American Salon magazine March issue, features top celebrity hairdressers take on spring hair color trends. Creative high lighting techniques are where the big emphasis is headed this spring. That means, not only where high lights are placed, but also what hair colors, and how many colors are used. David Adams, creative artistic director for Aveda, insists that the techniques for hair color placement are more important than the colors used!

You will hear terminology such as, adding sparkles or ribbons of color which allude to new spring hair coloring techniques. Slight changes in color reap big transformations. But to kick it up a notch could be just what the doctor ordered this spring!

Speaking of hair color changes, Lindsay Lohan is all newsy again with her new multi-colored blonde locks! Celebrity Smack has a funny bit, trying to figure out what her natural hair color real is.

 

  



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Eyebrow Makeover Can Take Off Ten Years

Eyebrow Makeover

An Eyebrow Makeover Could Make a Big Difference

I ran across an eyebrow makeover article today that reminded me about a custom makeover that I did recently for a woman who wanted my opinion on what type of hairstyles would look best on her. I love my job, every makeover is unique with each woman’s hair type, hair struggles and life style issues. After creating over 3,000 makeovers, this woman’s struggle however was not that unusual. I found it easy to find hairstyles that would flatter her and work with her life style. What was unusual, was her. . . unruly eyebrows.

“Eyebrow Makeover Made a Believer Out of Me”

This woman’s eyes were beautiful, a focal point that should be played up or drawn attention to. Her personality type was casual and she now wanted to focus more on improving her looks. Her husband also had a request on her makeover, that she try some “flirtatious” hairstyles. Long story short, hairstyle changes made a huge difference, believe me, on bringing out a beauty she had under-minded. But, the elephant in the room in this makeover, was that her eyebrows appeared that they had never seen a tweezer. I had to tell her of this overlooked area of her beauty routine!

If you have never observed the magic a well-shaped brow can do for your appearance, check out the article about Hollywood’s infamous “eyebrow makeover king,” who can take 10 years off those who have unruly brows, made a believer out of me.

 

  



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Celebrity Hair Extensions

Celebrity Hair Extensions

Celebrity hair extensions, be careful what you buy

Hair extensions are probably one of the quickest, easiest ways to make a dramatic hairstyle change. You can go to a number of online sites to buy celebrity hair extensions, but “buyer beware,” if you don’t do your homework you could find yourself hundreds of dollars poorer AND stuck with a hair extension that isn’t what you expected.

“Celebrity Hair Extensions are a Good Bet”

Things to consider before buying clip-in hair extensions:

  • Is human or synthetic hair better for your needs? Human hair can be permed, colored and curled with heated tools and are more expensive. Synthetic hair needs special shampoos and you cannot use heat to style it.

  • Color, length, and the size of the weft the hair is sewn onto matter.

  • Check out the return policy of the site that you are on. One site that I visited had a “no return” policy that was buried so deep that I almost could not find it.

I did a quick online check again to see what’s been happening in the area of marketing of hair extensions, this is what I found. The folks at hairuwear.com appear to have their act together. Lets face it celebrities like Jessica Simpson, Ken Paves and Sophie Loren are not going to endorse junk, so I’m inclined to believe what they are saying. They have good how-to videos and they sell them online or if you want to touch and feel the product before you buy, they will link you with a participating hair salon near you where you can get the skinny on choosing the right hair extension.

Another option, is your local Sally Beauty Supply, who sells to the public as well as professionals, have a staff on hand who seem very helpful. They carry a few different lines of hair extensions and again can answer a lot of questions that may make getting the right hair extension.

Happy shopping!

  



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