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One of the latest hair trends includes sleek hair swept up off the face with some height up front and slightly disheveled, with a "glunge" texture through the rest of the hair. This style is great for any length of hair, and the contrasts in texture look great for the holiday season.
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I love learning about the latest new hair trends. Recently, I was lucky enough to speak with Ashley Hood, Colour Designer, Salon Manager and Colour Instructor at Suki's Salon. Ashley shared the hottest new hair trends for fall.
Hair strobing is very close to the technique used for makeup strobing. Your hair stylist will evaluate your hair and face structure and then place lighter pieces of hair around your face where the light would instinctively hit, and make the very best of your features.
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There is nothing I love more than a complete makeover. It is wonderful when a person can venture out of their comfort zone and try something new. Recently, I was fortunate enough to be a part of a fall makeover for a busy, hard-working mom. I also spoke with several style experts on makeup, haircuts, hair colour and the hottest fashion looks for fall.
I recently went to Vancouver Fashion Week and saw many different hair trends both on and off the runway. This fall there are so many looks to choose from, there is bound to be a hair trend you will love and can incorporate into your own special fall look.
I love having a new hair colour each season. As the weather heats up, changing the hue of your tresses can really frame your face and provide a new energy to your wardrobe. Recently, I spoke with Jessica Van Kuyk, Artistic Director at Suki's Salons and Academy to find out more about the hottest hair colour trends for summer and also the latest style trends.
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It is cooler outside and the leaves are falling. With the change in the season comes new and fresh hair colours to brighten anyone's look. Recently I spoke with Taylor Smits, the Creative Director at Aveda Tonic South Granville in Vancouver about the hottest hair colour trends and he also shared some secrets about the differences between store bought hair colour and having your colour done in a salon.
It seems like everyone is getting their hair blown out for everyday events and even just to go to work. Jenny Randhawa, the Franchise Partner of the Blo Blow Dry Bar in BC shared with me some of the top blowout trends for fall.
Recently I spoke with Amber George, Creative Director/Owner at Verve Hair Lounge to get her top tips on how to find the best stylist for your hair and lifestyle. Amber is an award winning stylist and knows what she speaks of.
Most of us remember to take extra care of our skin during winter, but unfortunately, we often forget to do this with our hair. Dry, cold air outside and dry heat inside can quickly become a dull, static-y, frizzy nightmare if you don't prepare for and take care of your hair through the harsh winter months. Here are three all-too-common winter hair mistakes. Thankfully for your hair, these mistakes are easy to avoid!
I had been wearing my hair in a perpetual pony tail for about 5 years now and thought it was about time for a change. Looking in my bathroom drawer you could find elastics in every shape, texture and colour. My hair was lacking its own style. Having a good 30 years or so of bad haircuts behind me, I have an idea of what I don't like and some elements of what I do like. But how do I put this all together into a modern shape for my lifestyle and age?
When I was given the chance to sit down with celebrity hair stylist Dee Daly and grill her on the many hair secrets you just know she has in her perfectly coifed head, I couldn't help but sneak in a few questions I've had for some time.
By: Vanessa Grant, TheKit.ca No matter how cool it may be inside, summer heat definitely deters me from carefully blow-drying and straightening my naturally curly hair—and it looks like J.Lo is embrac...
"Hair style is the final tip-off whether or not a woman really knows herself," said fashion designer Hubert de Givenchy in 1985. Could this be the reason bad hair days have the power to make everythin...
By definition, trends are fleeting. They're ephemeral. And every day we see our fair share of looks we'd like to remove from our sartorial lexicon. So join us, each week, as we analyze a trend that's...