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New Beachy waves/romantic curls done at Indulge Salon

April 25, 2011 By: manager Category: french haircutting, Keratin Smoothing Treatments, layered haircut, styling

Why not play up your curls by adding some gel to your curl while wet, wrap athe curls around your fingers and set with some clips till dry. When your hair is totally dry, unclip the clips and take some Wella Sebastian Liquid gloss through your hair and sex it up by tossing your hair upside down and shake it out baby! Beautiful romantic curls for the day. If you want to get a second day out of it put it up in an updo.

To expand your hair with some natural looking curls apply styling creme or mousse as Sebastian Forte to give more support to your hair when using a curling iron. We suggest a 1″ or more curling iron for long hair and wrap the 1″ curling iron around your hair vertical meaning up and ddown which gives more volume. If the hair is over blonded utilize the Sebastian Trililant to protect the hair that has been processed and over blown dried. If you can visualize a spiral is how you want the hair to look. Let the hair cool and then shake it out or individually separate the curl.  Then spray with the Sebastian Spray Forte.

Sexy Blonde hair from short to long this spring

April 12, 2011 By: manager Category: Blonde Hair Colors, blonde hilites, french haircutting, layered haircut

French pixies are adorably popular this spring. Are you ready?

Scarlett Johansson is a major trendsetter with her layered bob with flicked up ends and slight wave that flows with the breeze. As a stylist, it looks like you have laid on your her and then you fluff it up when you get up from a nap. Other bobs are totally appear straight one length on the sides (but really they are layered from the interior) and back with the fitted straight bang. very sleek. Or try on a Keira Knightley luscious bob that flows longer towards the front of the face no bangs.

The bob will have a more casual feel using soft products for movement. Strong lines with an inside layers that are tighter at the bottom.

Ombre hair color is one of the coolest techniques that I’ve done. This is more of a phased in color that is lighter on the ends that move toward the top of the head. Gorgeous! Gives a sunlightened feel.