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Chasta, one of our Sr. Stylists of seven years, and I had been invited to train behind the scenes of a workshop with Christoper and Sonia Dove. they are reknowned haircolor and haircutting artists that represent Wella Sebastian. This day was pretty intensive working behind the scenes. We are always willing to do whatever it takes such as shampooing their models, applying haircolor, blow drying and styling hair for them. […]

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I just learned that the Capri Tango Festival happens each year in June! Wouldn’t that be fun to attend?! Imagine being on a tiny Italian island with tango music and dancers everywhere! There is a sexy allure to the music and to the striking movements of the tango.   Our Balayage tribute to Capri is a free-hand highlighting that is lighter at mid-length and toward the ends of your hair, […]

Sardinia is an Italian island — the second largest in the Mediterranean Sea. Boasting an extensive history that includes everything from Roman ruins to Byzantine treasures inland, Sardinia is best loved for it’s coastal areas and short vacation getaways. I don’t know about you, but that sounds alright to me! In our new Copacabana Collection, the most fuss free color technique is named after Sardinia. It incorporates free-hand painting starting […]

In my last post I talked about Ombre—the French technique that creates a gradual transitioning of color—and how it is becoming so much more prevalent in fashion and home décor these days. Check out this beautiful dining room and how the color transition calms the room in an almost lyrical way.  It’s beautiful isn’t it? Trendy and current, but by no means something that seems more appropriate for your daughter’s […]

There is nothing new about fashion and interior design inspiring and borrowing from one another. Think about the wild patterns of the 1960s and 1970s used in both wallpaper and dress fabric, or the bold, structured looks that became so prevalent in both how we dressed and decorated our homes in the 1980s and 1990s. Over the past few years we have seen the French technique of Ombre—a gradual transitioning […]

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