I hope your new year is getting off to a terrific start! I’m over here trying to find motivation through the long Michigan winter days, and setting goals for the next year and beyond. I feel like learning something new or teaching others really motivates me to start thinking outside my own personal box and in turn it becomes easier to set goals and really go after them. That’s what inspired me to make this side by side curl styling tutorial. Maybe you can try something new after watching! (Full video below)
I have a lot of guests that sit in my chair and they have never been taught how to achieve their favorite hair style at home. Let’s be honest, I want you to look and feel just as good EVERY DAY as you do when you leave my chair. How many times have you tried to figure out how to achieve that beach wave look? Not sure how to get it just right? Is there really a big difference in the direction you curl your hair and the out come? YES, and I’m going to show you how. Both finished hairstyles are gorgeous, so try both and see what your favorite is! Let me know in the comments what your favorite hair style is or leave a question.
I hope you enjoyed our tutorial for today! If there’s something you would like to see in the future, drop it in the comments!
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Today’s question is Haircuts: how often should I book my appointments?
Short styles and men’s cuts should be cut every 4-6 weeks depending on how quickly your particular hair grows. Men’s haircuts, and women’s pixies tend to start loosing their shape around 4 weeks. At 6 weeks unwanted thickness and bulk are usually at play making the hair unmanageable.
Women’s bobs have a shelf life of 6-9 weeks. The initial length of the cut determines how often a bob haircut should be trimmed. Once length reaches the top of the shoulders it begins to throw off how your classic Bob is laying which leads to trouble styling.
Long bobs, shoulder length, and longer are less maintenance needing a cut every 8-12 weeks. All haircuts begin loosing their styling at some point. Even more important than your style is the health of your hair. We take pride in helping you maintain your signature style in the heathiest most convenient way possible.
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