As a Mom I can understand putting your children first. They are the first to get the new clothes, new shoes etc. However there are certain things us Moms have to take care of and one of the most important is our hair. Our hair is not only our self image but it’s our confidence. If we feel as though we don’t look good then we don’t feel good. Most Moms that come into my salon are lucky if they can slip away to get their hair cut every 3 months. Moms are busy. We need to take time out of our busy schedules for ourselves. My recommendation so that you don’t put yourself on the back burner when it comes to your hair is PREBOOKING! What does that mean? Prebooking is making your next appointment before you leave the salon, if you don’t, time will get the best of you. You will wait until you become desperate, call the salon and pray your stylist is available. 9 times out of 10 your stylist (if shes good) will be booked, then you’re forced to make a new relationship and start over or wait even more time. Prebooking will make your life easier and help keep your sanity. You can get your hair done and get a little therapy from your stylist. Sounds pretty good huh?
So ladies, lets talk haircolor. How do you know your wearing the right shade? As an expert colorist an and ex runway show extraordinaire, I’m here to share my secrets with you. I see women all the time that are 35 but the color they have makes them look 55. If you’re seeking to look younger, the answer is go lighter! Darker color shows more lines and wrinkles. Not everyone can be a blonde and have it look amazing. There are a ton of ways to place lighter colors in with a darker base color. This will help turn back the clock. On the flip side being too light can make some women look ill. My best solution is to have dimensional color. The era of streaks and striped highlights is out. Natural and subtle is in, and ombre is here to stay in many different forms. That’s the 411 on haircolor at the moment.