Here’s a little video I made recently. I’m not a pro with videos but I’ve been practicing and getting better. This one is for my latest product Renovo which launched a month ago and has been doing really well. These ‘before and after’ pictures of my clients are not photoshopped, I took them myself and they have been put together over a period of 3 – 4 months, these results are all real. Check it out!
Introducing Renovo™ ~ ‘Biotin Hairline Enhancer™’ designed for women.
Has anyone noticed their hairline receding as we age? I certainly have! My right side started to recede much further than my left. This was the reason why I was prompted to create a product that would help thicken up those areas. After extensive research we have found a solution that works really well and by applying the special peptides topically we can get directly to the problem area. Check out my very own before and after shots taken over 3 months. Renovo™ will be available soon but stay tuned for our Pre-Launch special. Product shot by TJBender and design by Mark Gartland.
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More before and after pictures to come.
I first heard about this when one of my clients decided to go to New York to try this new technique called Microblading for sparse and thin eyebrows. Its a technique that creates more natural looking brows rather than the old type of tattooed brows that look blocky and faded.
A form of tattoo whereby the operator will use a special microblading pen (looks like an exacto knife to me) to draw individual strokes of hair to either fill, define, cover gaps or totally reconstruct to whatever shape is desired, ink is then added onto the lines to make it permanent. Here’s a picture taken from the popsugar.co.uk to show you the look of the brows.
Meanwhile I came across this article from the Revelist that shows that microblading has gone one step further to use on hairlines to fill in receding areas, this could be a game changer for all the ladies who are losing their hairlines either with age or pregnancy. Read the full story and more examples following the link below…
Moody Blues Collection extract taken from Behind The Chair:
‘Forget about rigidity, structure, formalism and order. Here we have a slouchy, chic, mix-and-match vibe. Somehow still proper, but with huge dollops of innovation and a fresh take on the standard beehive, blunt bob, shag and long layers. All doused in the dusky light of a midwinter afternoon – that time of exquisite anticipation between day and night.’
Hair by Kieran Tudor from D&J Ambrose, Middlesex, UK (Shortlisted for British Hairdressing Awards London, Hairdresser of the Year.
Photography – Gabor Szantai, Make Up – Katie Moore
Wardrobe Styling – Jackie Ambrose, Website -djambrose.com
Ex Artistic Director of Vidal Sassoon London who left to set up his own educational hair cutting and coloring institute along with his partner Jean-Baptiste Mazella – Mazella and Palmer.
The school has become world renowned but mostly thanks to their fantastic creative work, which comprises of beautiful and sharp shapes, precision cutting and angles at its best.
Here are 2 more to add to his collection, both for showing at educational classes.
1. Long disconnected layers with a round fringe..
2. A textured Salon Contemporary presentation model.
I would call this the extreme wig version of the ‘it’ style that you see everywhere, as in, the bob, one length, no layers with an added heavy fringe.
This cute look was done by Arturo Swayze (editorial stylist) on Rila Fukushima (Japanese fashion model and actress).
Here’s another version I came across on Christine-lewis/tumblr which showed the similar look, sharper, stronger with a shorter fringe, love them! (Make up by Christine Lewis, Photo by Franklin Thompson)
Really love this modern take on the Halo Haircut. Not quite as precise as the classic bowl cut, but I love this one because it’s abit rougher around the edges and the sides are abit shorter giving it a cross between a halo and a touch of mullet. Love it!
Unfortunately I came across this haircut but it had no credit for the haircut, and you know how that bugs me so much, I will continue to hunt down the producer of this great look and once I find out, I’ll let you all know..
Haircut and Color by Francesco Group Creative Team (which, to me means someone who’s left the company) Picture by Jack Eames.
Lovely precise graduated bob/pixie shape haircut on Asian hair enhanced by the mixing of colors – Brunette with Cobalt pieces streaking through it. Lovely work!
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