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Showing posts from May, 2014

Spring into Style!

Spring Hair Trends Are you trying to stay on trend with the Spring hairstyles for 2014? From the Met Gala to the Cannes Film Festival, celebrities are sporting the latest in hair trends. Here are just a few to inspire you and your style! Sleek buns Are you going out on the town with a knock out dress? Wearing a statement necklace that needs to Work the sleek bun look to pull the focus to your outfit and make the best part of your look stand out!  Braids The braid is back in a huge way. The everyday woman may not have a red carpet to work it on but a braid is a great way to look like you made an effort without making it look like you tried too hard. Whether you are hitting the beach for the first time this year or attending a backyard barbeque, a loose braid is a sexy, flirty way to look pulled together, yet still casual! Statement Accessories Want to stand out while still keeping it simple and low maintenance? Rock a LBD with a statement hair accessory an

Mum's the Word!

Story of the Month  My mum, brother, & me As Mother's Day approaches, I can't help but think of my mum and all the wonderful memories I have of her. She was a huge part of how I became a hairstylist. As a young girl I enjoyed going to the salon with my mum in North London where I grew up.   The salon that she went to was a small salon called Robert Jeffries. I loved it there; I loved the smells, the chatter, the sound of the hairdryers, the gossip, the jokes, and of course the way they did my mum's hair.   Later, when I became a teenager I got my very first job as a Saturday Girl at Robert Jefferies Salon and I was in heaven.   I learned how to shampoo, how to greet the clients, I made cups of tea, swept up the hair, took out the rollers. I also learned how to blow dry and style for the hairstylists following a haircut; a must do at the time since Vidal Sassoon was becoming all the rage. It was out with the roller set, in with the brush and blow dryer!