Before I did the color the hair was dry and dull looking the hair was bleached out and over processed.
After I fixed the color using 3 color tones with natural warm violet-red brown tones and chocolate brown now the hair looks shiney and healthy.
Before hair and make-up was done
After and ready to do the photoshoot
Before balayage french hilighting
After balayage hair color
Before color and hair cut
After I chanced the color and hair cut
After hair color and hair cut
Nothing separates a good stylist from a great stylist like their ability to create an exceptional short haircut. Short haircuts can be the most challenging to create, especially for a NEW hairstylist. There are many tips and tricks that can be used to make the process of cutting short hair easier, including choosing the proper tools such as a razor or scissors. Be sure that the shears, scissors and razors as well as clippers that you are working with are all sharpened. This will ensure that you receive the best results from your tools. When cutting short hair, always make sure that the hair remains damp through the cutting process. This will enable you to cut more accurately. Use Kalea Rose Revive leave-in conditioner to dampen the hair before and during your haircuts. Revive conditioner will reduce the snags and tangles in the hair and make it easier to cut.
Vidal Sassoon precision cuts may be the most famous short haircuts. Keep in mind when attempting these cuts that the accuracy of the parting and angles is essential. I highly recommend taking classes in these kinds of advanced methods. The experience will be invaluable to your business as a hairstylist. Clients will recognize and appreciate your knowledge that is above and beyond anything you learned in beauty school. Your knowledge will bring loyalty from your clients when they realize that you set yourself apart from the ordinary stylist. And THAT is what will make your business flourish.
Martin Rodriguez Founder and educator of KaleaRose HairCare