As a nationally recognized style expert and the founder of TrendHungry.com, Jessie Holeva has made a name for herself with her effervescent attitude and on-point style advice. A regular on Fox Good Day Philadelphia, she thrives on helping real women with real budgets discover their style.
Hair color corrections are not for the stylist who is the faint of heart. Same goes for the person who needs the hair color correction. They take lots of time and can not be rushed. After all a correction is not a basic hair color service, they are carefully calculated and sometimes the desired result is not achieved in one visit. Sometimes a correction can take one process and sometimes they take several processes. Hair color corrections should always have a detailed consultation. Usually they are charged by the number of processes that it takes to obtain the desired result. The client should be prepared to disclose all the previous processing so the stylist can be fully equipped with the proper knowledge to perform the service successfully.
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From Laverne Cox to Rose Byrne to Kim Kardashian, The Lob, short for long bob, continues to dominate the celebrity hair trend for 2016.
According to Drea Richard Baldini, owner of Andre Richard Salon in Philadelphia, this versatile style is popular choice among customers. “Everyone loves [the lob] because it can be swept up in knot, or worn sleek,” she said. “All hair types and styles can wear it beautifully.” But, be sure to hone in on the kind of lob that works best for you before going under the shears. “Make sure you bring a picture of what you want so your stylist knows exactly what you are looking for,” Baldini said. “Sometimes a client uses different terminology and the result can be disastrous.”
Featuring advanced technology, Color Camo camouflages gray hair in 5 minutes. Processing for 10 minutes or using darker shades will deliver deeper, darker coverage. With six shades, cool tonality, easier application, low maintenance results, Color Camo has everything you need to take your men's color business to the next level!
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Summer Fun Wreaking Havoc on Your Hair?
These FREE Pro Tips from Andre Richard Salon in Philadelphia will bring some much needed relief as we enter into the dog days of summer 2016.
According to Vogue Magazine, the Boho Beachy look is going strong for summer. Celebs like Stella Maxwell and Olivia Palermo rock this look:http://bit.ly/29YyDCz
PRO TIP: Here’s how you can get that same look: Wash and condition hair. Then braid it wet. Thick braids for loose waves. Smaller braids for tighter beachy look. When you wake up in the morning, you will be summer ready!
No more towels. Wrap hair in a worn-in-tee.
PRO TIP: Let’s face it, frizz is here to stay through Labor Day. Find your most natural curl pattern by NOT towel drying your hair with a traditional bath towel. The fibers grab at your hair and cause frizz.
PRO TIP: Wash and condition hair as you normally would. Wrap it in a worn tee shirt. This type of cloth does not have tight knitting. When hair begins to dry shake it out with your fingers. This will greatly reduce frizz levels.
Give your locks some TLC. Hot showers, tight ponytails, these can damage your hair.
PRO TIP: We’ve said it before and we will say it again! Cold rinse finish. A hot shower can damage your locks. Seal cuticles by rinsing with cold water.
Also, skip the brush for a few days. Comb your hair with your fingers using a bit of conditioner, something you already have in the house. We also recommend softer ponytails. We tend to pull our hair up off our necks in the summer. But a super-tight pony could promote damage to your hair.
We are moving through Summer 2016 with ease and style. Our hair stylists at Andre Richard Salon not only specialize in all hair types, hair color techniques, and hair cutting they also love to do fashion work outside of the salon. Take a look.