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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Dark and Dipped

So I tried my artistic hand at dipping dark ends instead of blonde. We didn't want to cause any unnecessary damage to her hair so I chose the route of coloring hair extensions.
I started out by lifting at least four inches of the ends until they were a gold color. Any more lift and the extensions would start to fall apart.Then I colored the top half copper and the bottom half red.

Finally, adding the extensions to her hair....and then the finished product. A Fun way to add a little pop of color to your hair. Inspiring trends,

Monday, October 24, 2011

Season for Change
We've all lost our sunkissed faces to the colder weather and so....time for a change. Generally I suggest warming it up a bit and going darker. Steer away from too dark of shades that will actually pale you even more. Let's take a little vote.....I know she looks great before, (I did that color too), but tis the season we all need a little boost. So what's better for fall? Let me know your thoughts.
Inspiring trends,

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Dipped Tips

Lots of Celebrities are popping up with the newest trend of "dipped tips." Definitely not recommended for the color shy client, but wow its actually really fun!!
Pictured here is Lauren Conrad after her followers of her blog voted for her to take the plunge and so of course she did. The look is rockin!
One of the perks is that it is short lived.....its semi permanent and only going to last for a little while, as well as, looking even cooler as it fades.

It also can be done a little more subtle. The picture to the right, Lauren Conrad again, is soft peach tones at the end. Beautiful. Just another spin on the newer trend Ombre. I love doing ombre because it is such a lived in comfortable look. Plus with our busy lives it is so much easier to maintain than a full head of highlights.

I know this look isn't for everyone, but if you want to spice it up and turns some heads....I'm ready to inspire trends.
yours, Erica