BLONDEAMBITION NOW ONE OF OUR TOP 10 BEST SELLING PRODUCTS!
Call it love for blonde any time of year…call it delight at keeping that blonde “true”…whatever the reason BlondeAmbition has been an amazing success thanks to you!
Featuring a powerful blue pigment, it banishes brass from even the most off colored blonde, gray or silver hair. Use up to 3 times a week on natural blonde hair, gray hair or silver hair.
- Eliminates brassiness & yellowish casts on blonde, gray or silver hair
- Free of sulfates and hidden sulfates
- Rich in FXulites Complex to help restore healthy hair from the inside out while defending it from daily environmental stresses.
- Not for use on OVERLY processed hair, hair extensions or if a client’s hair has been colored with a green based haircolor
Check out this quick demo from SUDZZfx’ Brittany Reddin @beautybybritr of Salon Déjà Vu. She finished her model with SUDZZfx AirPlay!
THE NEW COLOR TREND ROCKING INSTAGRAM
Last year we saw peekaboo hair tattoos…an etched emblem or picture sculpted right into the hair with clippers and hidden under layers of hair. But 2017 is the hair colorists’ turn! Meet Vivid Roots, the new haircolor trend that places haircolor at the roots…a myriad of bold, stunning color combos that only become visible as the hair moves…or in a good breeze.
MUST WATCH: EMILY ANDERSON’S PINK PIXIE
Check out this stunning 60 second hair finishing how-to from hairdresser, SUDZZfx uber fan and Instagram sensation @emilyandersonstyling who created this pink pixie bob and used ColourFix3 Leave-In Conditioner![/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text][/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][lee_products style=”carousel” columns_number=”4″ cat=”381″][/vc_column][/vc_row]
The average hairdresser looks at a razor and runs in the other direction. With a new year right around the corner…NOW is the time to start practicing and embrace the razor like never before. Here’s why…
It is truly, the best tool to remove volume from hair by collapsing the cut without adding layers. It can also be used to create texture. You’ll love using it on fine hair types because it means you don’t have to sacrifice the fullness of the hair. A razor works great to create movement on all hair types.
Understandably, a bad razor cut (often resulting in frayed ends) can train you to stay far away from them, but practice will make perfect. The razor should always be used very deliberately and should never damage the hair. Despite what people think, you can use a razor on straight hair, curly hair, super-curly hair, fine hair, medium hair, and especially on thick hair. The key to a good razor cut is your training. Each part of that tiny—and sharp!—blade is meant to be used in a specific way. And when not used correctly, it can cause a bit of a disaster. Make 2017 the year you embrace it!
Reddit user moniquey, a true wizard, posted a mesmerizing GIF online that shows her switching her hair from bubblegum pink to a trendy cool blue in a matter of seconds. No, it isn’t video editing or actual magic that makes it happen, just a very creative use of hair dye. By employing a deep side part, moniquey can have half her hair appear blue while the pink hides underneath. Then with a simple hair flip she can totally transform her look, putting a new spin on the 2016 trend of “mermaid hair.”
BUT. There’s a new haircut in town (Hollywood-town), and it’s all about not layering—at least not noticeably. We’re referring to the blunt cut. Perfectly even ends just look so fresh right now. Or even, as Lena Dunham put it on Instagram last week, poetic. “I miss @zoe.kazan so I am sharing this photo I took of her blunt ends, which are so poetic to me,” she captioned this photo. While growing out her short hair, Dunham herself has been wearing blunt ends, according to the man behind her most recent cut, Marcus Francis, who happens to have given Julianne Moore a blunt cut just last night. He says both his clients and fellow celebrity hairstylists are definitely feeling the straight-edged vibe right now. “It’s a departure from the scraggly undone hair that was around for a while,” he explains. “Blunter and undone looks healthier and more enviable.”
But even a simple ponytail can look modern and polished with sharp, ironed ends…such as this one on Natalie Portman!
The resurgence of slick hard holds!
Slick or slicked back hair, both of which are interchangeable, has been around for a while. And like many other classic hairstyles, the slick back haircut has reemerged to become a popular modern style for men in 2016. To get the modern slick back hairstyle, you must combine a fade haircut on the sides (high, mid, low, or skin fade) with medium to long hair on top. This particular style is known as the “slicked back undercut”. There is also the more classic, long slick back hair that does not require a fade on the sides.