BRAZILIAN BLOWOUT IS THE ONLY SMOOTHING TREATMENT THAT CAN BE CUSTOMIZED to keep curl and lose frizz, or to achieve a sleek and straight result. Known for significantly reducing drying and styling time for up to 12 weeks, a major benefit of this treatment is that it is finished at the salon with no "down" time. This means you can leave the salon and immediately wash your hair, exercise, put it in a stylish pony tail or clip without having to wait days to do so Our Brazilian Super-Nutrient Complex and proprietary polymer system helps to improve the condition of the hair by creating a protective protein layer around the hair shaft and smoothing the cuticle. This allows the stylist to customize every treatment for every client to achieve a smooth and sleek result, or to keep the curl and lose the frizz.
A full head of foils and highlights are the same treatment. It depends on how you would like to achieve the look you want, but if you normally tie up your hair or for any hair-ups, you can style your hair comfortably with a Full Head of High Lights (Foils). A full head is all over your head and half head will be spread over the crown and side, also usually the top layer of hair. If you hair is a bob or shorter, a half head might be enough for you. It will be the best for you to speak to one of our stylist. We offer a complimentary consultation for all customers. Our hair experts will provide advice on perfecting the specific style of colour to suit your lifestyle, hair type, even your facial characteristics
On-scalp Hair coloring can also be applied on the scalp for a more solid level of coverage Root Touch-Up, where color is applied only to the most recent section of re-growth. Usually the first inch of hair from the scalp. Generally those getting root touch-ups get this service repeated every 4–6 weeks as the natural color grows in and becomes apparent. People who color their hair to try and cover gray often do these root touch-ups. All-Over Color, where the individual desires for all of their hair to be a different solid color. Block Coloring, where the individual wants 100% coverage but desires two or more colors to be placed resulting in dimension and contrast. All application techniques can be used with any type of color. For lightening, the hair will sometimes have to be bleached before coloring.
You know how your hair looks right after leaving the barbershop or salon? It probably looks perfectly styled, with each strand in just the right place. Problem is, most guys have a hard time recreating that style at home in the bathroom mirror. Well, that’s where the right styling product and advice can help. By choosing and using a product perfectly suited to your hair type and style, your lid can get that “just left the barber” look (minus the hair in your shirt). POMADES Pomades are incredibly versatile, offering a wet, shiny look while maintaining a pliable hold. Though not right for fine hair, they’re perfect for sleek, well-groomed styles or shorter, texturized styles. They also give shine and separation to long hair. How To Use: 1. Apply a small amount to the palm of your hand and rub hands together until product warms. 2. Work product through slightly damp to dry hair, going from ends to root. WAXES Waxes are similar to pomades, but offer a more aggressive hold. A great choice for lending shine and control to short cuts, they’re also perfect for managing very thick hair. How To Use: 1. Dry hair completely as oil and water don't mix. 2. Apply a small amount to the palm of your hand and rub hands together until product warms. 3. Work product through hair, going from ends to root. MUDS & FIBERS A mud (or fiber) is the choice when maximum control is needed. This type of styler is great for giving texture to short, disheveled styles and for adding separation to long styles. Many muds and fibers give off a non-glossy, matte finish. How To Use: 1. Dry hair completely. 2. Apply a small amount to the palm of your hand and rub hands together until product warms. 3. Work product through hair, going from ends to root. CREAMS Styling creams are often the best choice for men who need something in their hair, but don’t want to look like it. They offer a lighter finish, some shine and are quite adept at controlling flyaways and helping to neaten shorter styles. How To Use: 1. Wash hair and smooth cream into wet or dry hair. 2. If you have fine hair, use a very small amount to avoid a greasy look. GELS Gels are usually the best option to create a wet, sleek look. Quality gels will have "memory" once dry, enabling comb-through that can provide a structured, yet dry appearance. Cheap supermarket gels tend to break and flake off in the hair, so it’s important to get the good stuff. Gels usually come in firm or light hold, so choosing the right gel is key. Since a firm hold gel will weigh down fine hair, “fine” men should use a light hold product. For thick, course hair, a light hold gel won’t offer enough control and thus a firm gel is the proper choice. How To Use: 1. Work into wet hair, comb and let dry naturally for a wet look. 2. Use on drier hair to hold a style in place. 3. Put in wet hair, blow dry and add more to lock strands in place. 4. Reactivate when needed by wetting hands and running through hair. HAIRSPRAYS Hairsprays are first-rate options for guys with thin or thinning hair. These sprays create the illusion of volume and can lock a style in place. The majority of men should avoid using heavy hairsprays that often weigh hair down -- and instead pick a lighter formula. How To Use: 1. Hold the bottle approximately six to eight inches from the head and lightly mist over hair. 2. Place hand over your forehead as though you are saluting a more-perfect version of yourself. This will help keep product away from the forehead and eyes. 3. Don’t put on a hat.
It is always difficult to put practicality and common sense together when choosing the the hair for that event. Some looks require the use of added hair. A hair piece, padding and Lots and Lots of hair spray. Oh yes and did I mention lots of Hairspray and pins. I know most have been at the end of a huge night get home and then begin the task of removing the pins and that helmet of hair spray , but without it the creation would just collapse. Very important to have a realistic consultation before the event to be sure the result your looking for is achievable.