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Sunday, February 17, 2013

Hair Extensions in Scottsdale

Getting Hair Extensions in Scottsdale

So you live in the Scottsdale area and you want to head out to the salon to get hair extensions in Scottsdale? If it is your first time doing so, you mighthair extensions scottsdale | Jo Paris Salon want to take a step back and consider what you are looking for, as well as what to expect with the process and what your options may be. Hair extensions in Scottsdale can totally change your look quickly, without the slow process of growing out hair or even dying hair if you are looking to try extensions in various colors. So it’s best to be prepared before you go. Getting hair extensions in Scottsdale that look natural is key. You don’t want to walk out of the salon making it clear that you have gotten extensions. The first step is to make sure it matches your hair texture. You don’t want straight hair extensions with curly hair, or vice versa. Make sure it matches properly. Plenty of extensions can actually be styled along with the rest of your hair so that they blend. Choose a hair color as close to yours as possible, unless you want the illusion of dyed streaks. Even then, don’t go too far in an opposite direction or it may be obvious the hair is not your own. In this same vein, be careful about hair length. You can definitely experiment if you are feeling bold but if you are just starting off, something not too much longer than what you are used to may be a good first move. Lastly, take your stylists advice to heart. They are the experts, after all, and can best match colors to your hair and styles to the shape of the face. The next time you get hair extensions in Scottsdale you can walk out looking like a superstar. Now that you understand some of the basics, you will want to schedule a consultation at a Scottsdale Salon that is skilled in hair extensions.  Jo Paris Salon has a staff of experts who are highly skilled with hair extensions in Scottsdale that can assist you in making the right choice to suite your unique style.

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Tips for creating shiny hair

Eat Right

Shiny Hair Joe Paris SalonWhen thinking about a diet for shiny hair, consider foods rich in biotin, a form of vitamin B (found in egg yolks, almonds, and Swiss chard); silica, a trace mineral associated with healthy hair (in leeks, garbanzo beans, strawberries, and cucumbers); and omega-3 fatty acids, which prevent dry scalp and dull hair (in walnuts, ground flaxseed, chia seeds, and fatty fish such as salmon).

Take a Pill

B-complex vitamins like biotin can be an antidote to lackluster hair, as can iron supplements. Sometimes there’s an underlying cause such as anemia, so if your hair is lifeless and you’re losing strands, it’s best to see a doctor. Pregnancy vitamins, which contain biotin and iron, have gotten buzz as shiny-hair promoters, but pregnant women have another thing going —estrogen, which makes hair gleam.

Condition, Condition

More often than not, dull hair needs deep conditioning. Jo Paris Salon advised their clients to keep a good conditioner on hand. Even better—a leave-in conditioning mask. You want to moisturize. Light will be reflected and you’ll end up with a lustrous sheen. Don’t forget a hat to protect hair from ultraviolet light—the sun is a real shine-zapper.

Glaze It

A clear, semi-permanent glaze can seal the hair cuticle and add shine in about 20 minutes. Yyou can opt for a glaze with a bit of color to add depth as well as a boost of shine between trips to the colorist. Redheads, blonds, and those coloring gray strands see the most benefit. Glazes last four to six weeks.

Go Straight

Straight hair reflects light more easily, one reason why salon services such as Brazilian Keratin Treatment and Japanese straightening deliver hair with sheen.

Use Product

For a quick fix, shine sprays and serums work wonders. Jo Paris Salon recommends that you use them on the lower half of your strands to avoid a greasy scalp.

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Fall Hair Trends 2012

Check out  a few of the new trends in hair for fall 2012 and then call Jo Paris Salon for help achieving your favorite one!

Ponytailsfall 2012 hair trends jo paris salon

Ponytails this season, no matter if they’re high or low, are perfectly precise and chic and not that gym-wearing pony you’ve been trying to pass off as fashionable. If you take a little time to style your pony — you will look like a fashion star for sure!

prep your hair with a light serum to add shine. Pull hair back using a flat brush to get hair smooth. Secure with a band. Next, take a lightweight hairspray and spray lightly, To smooth down the surface and prevent those pesky bumps, spray hairspray onto a clean toothbrush (or a small hard bristle brush) and run it over the surface of your pony tail.

Bangs

2012 Fall  Hair Trends Jo Paris Salon BangsBangs are everywhere this fall! There are all kinds of bangs! It is impossible to say that particular kind of bang is stylish this season. There are numerous options to choose from – based on your face shape, hairstyle, preferences and your style. Long side-swept bangs are usually recommended for round-shaped faces, full blunt bangs really flatter square faces and long bangs which go beyond the chin are great for heart-shaped faces. Gals with oval faces are lucky because pretty much any style of bang would look good on them. I am going to share with you some images of hairstyles with bangs.

When styling, start drying the bangs first and remember to use the nozzle attachment on your blow-dryer. The key to getting the perfect style is by directing the airflow straight down from the root . Using a vent or denman brush and brushing side to side will keep them sleek and  prevent you from looking like you’re seven-years-old again and your mother just cut your fringe with some kitchen shears.

Blondes

It’s time to say good-bye to flaxen and golden hues and hello to cooler, icy blondes and creamy white highlights. Now that the seasons2012 Fall Hair Trends Jo Paris Salon Blonde are changing and your summer bronze-y glow is slowly fading, it’s important for all you blondes to adjust your hair color to complement your skin color. If icy and white is too extreme for your eye color and skin tone, then go more beige-y or even a little ash-y. If you don’t have a good colorist, call Jo Paris Salon for help! We can help you find what’s best for your skin tone.  And don’t forget to maintain the look. Make sure you’re seeing your colorist on a regular basis, even if it is for a slight touch-up. Remember, when you stretch out your appointments the process if more intense and time consuming which results in a higher ticket price. Also look into shampoos that help neutralize the brass and keep you always looking cool.

Buns, Braids and Twists

Whether braided around the crown, coiled half-back or knotted into an updo, hair is getting manipulated into a fresh, new direction this season. While some looks require an extra set of hands, others put a simple and attainable twist on the classics. Practice makes perfect with this styles so get yourself some dry shampoo and start playing. If you just can’t get it right, call Jo Paris Salon and schedule an appointment. We’ll create exactly what you have in mind and make sure you know how to do yourself at home.

Messy Hair

Fall 2012 Hair Trends Jo Paris Salon messy hair You may hear it called bedhead, you call it beach hair, but whatever you call it — call it fabulous and effortless. Imperfect texture catches the eye and leaves a statement. But you can’t get that seductively captivating coif without using great product. Word to the wise, invest in some dry shampoo or a sprayable root powder and some pomade. Dry shampoo or sprayable powder “dirties” up the hair and gives you instant playful texture. For the ends, rub a little pomade on your thumb and pointer finger and gently twist the ends of hair to keep texture waves in place.