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.
#renovo #biotin #hairlineenhancer #thickener #fillitin #comingsoon #newproduct #unique #hairloss
More before and after pictures to come.
I would like to introduce my new product – Tousle Surf Spray!
So what is a surf spray then? Its used to give the hair an unkempt tousled ‘been at the beach all day’ kind of look. It clumps the hair together to give a messier easy going texture.
So what makes ‘Tousle’ different? Tousle was developed to be light and airy with no rough feel and with some subtle shine.
As with all my other products, it’s #fragrancefree #parabenfree#nosodiumlaurylsulfate#nosodiumlaurethsulfate Pretty chuffed with this one, Enjoy it! Available now @dekkosalon or here on the Tousle page.
Thanks to Mia for this wonderful guest post, read on for the Best Hair Tips from around the world..
What does it take for a girl to have great hair every day? Apparently, the answer to this question is a matter of national consensus. For ladies from Morocco, the secret to glossy tresses is soaked in argan oil; for Aussie girls, it’s up in the eucalyptus tree; for Asian belles, a shiny mane’s made of equal parts camellia oil and rice water. Are your tresses hungry for more of ethnic-based hair care tips from around the world? Then you’d better scroll down for more of the shiny lock love!
The Asian trick: Camellia oil
Ladies from Japan, China, and Korea are well-acquainted with the hair care power of camellia oil and they use it regularly to preserve the healthy shine of their tresses. A go-to for essential fatty acids and vitamins A, B, C, and E, camellia oil is a potent scalp conditioner that promotes healthy hair growth and helps restore color to gray strands. For even more beautiful hair, shampoo your hair with rice water: it will gently eliminate impurities and nourish your locks at the same time.
Moroccan spells: Argan oil
One more nourishing oil that’s been helping Moroccan girls achieve and preserve hair shine over the past few centuries, argan oil recently gained worldwide popularity as one of the most potent hair care product ingredients. Made from the kernel of the argan tree, argan oil moisturizes hair and helps restore volume and shine to worn and thinning tresses. These days, argan oil is found in most organic hair conditioners and masks.
African beauty: Black soap
A West African hair care secret, black soap is made from palm and coconut oil mixed with cocoa pods, cocoa pod ash, and plantain skins (the latter give the soap its dark hue). A natural cleanser that can do wonders for skin texture, a lump of black soap will gently flush impurities from your hair without over-drying the follicles or stripping your scalp of its natural oils.
Do as Egyptians do: Henna
If you’re into red hair, you might as well ditch commercial dye for henna. The time-honored Egyptian beauty trick, henna has been used for millennia to make natural hair dye and lip tint. In addition to preventing hair damage through exposure to hazardous chemicals found in most synthetic dyes, henna will help worn tresses restore their healthy sheen and thickness. If you want to be a redhead whose locks turn heads in the crowd, it’s time to switch to Henna.
America’s favorite: Yucca
Back when America was still young, squaws had beautiful, waist-long hair; today, ladies around the world know the secret to the captivating look of native American strands. Native American women used yucca leaves to counter dandruff and hair loss and you can, too. To get the biggest shine out of your hair, you can try adding efficient hair vitamins to your carte du jour, and your strands will always look their best.
Smooth as Aussie: Eucalyptus
If you think only koalas are into minty zest, you’re barking up the wrong eucalyptus tree. In the Land Down under, girls have been using eucalyptus to fight dandruff and scalp inflammation for centuries now. A powerful ingredient found in many commercial shampoos today, eucalyptus is known to strengthen fragile tresses and promote hair growth, which makes it perfect for ladies who want to take the look of their locks to a whole new level.
Filipina hair trick: Aloe vera
Filipina girls are famous for their voluminous, glossy dark hair, but although they may have been born that way, their locks wouldn’t stay so gorgeous without a secret formula in the mix. To help their hair stay strong and shiny, ladies in the Philippines nourish their tresses and scalp with aloe vera. Rick in hair-friendly nutrients, aloe vera calms scalp irritation and keeps dandruff at bay. If you want your locks to stay silky and strong, start using an aloe-based conditioner.
Ready to take your hair from dead-looking to drop-dead gorgeous? Use the right hair care tricks from around the world, and your mane will always look like a million dollars.
Mia Taylor is a fashion and beauty enthusiast from Sydney and writer for www.highstylife.com. She loves writing about her life experiences. Travelling and enjoying other cultures and their food with her husband is a big part of her life. She is always on a lookout for new trends in fashion and beauty, and considers herself an expert when it comes to lifestyle tips.
Twitter | Facebook
The internet is buzzing about the new Dyson Hairdryer at the moment, invented by Sir James Dyson, the British designer and engineer.
Excerpt taken from nytimes.com
‘Dyson’s long-awaited “silent” hair dryer, unveiled in April, is powered by a small, light motor that makes it quieter and more compact than current appliances
Dyson said there were 103 engineers involved in the creation of the Supersonic, which included the taming of over 1,010 miles of human hair tresses and 7,000 acoustic tests as teams tackled three core issues: noise, weight and speed.’
I have yet to try it, and have been waiting for the reviews to come in, I came across this little video which I thought was hilarious, and it certainly beats the video used to promote the dryer with a woman drying her hair carelessly while sat on a bed with a leather headboard! (like we all do dry our hair like that)
This video say ‘powerful enough to blow your lips open’ Haha!
Meanwhile, heres a guide of the Best hair Dryers in 2017 as reviewed by Reviews.com
We just put this package together of my Texture Powder Styler to present to a HUGE company, I wont mention which one yet in case I jinx it, but someone in there liked it enough to take it further… Will let you all know how it goes. I now put it out there to the universe and I will now release and let go of all expectations, what will be will be : ) Huge Thanks to my friends who helped me get this together in such a short time xoxo
Welcoming some good fortune, keep yours fingers and toes crossed for me..
It’s finally here!! My curl cream is now selling @dekkosalon but soon to be here on my blog. If you’ve been looking for a curl cream that not only has shine but hold as well, then this is the cream for you. After a year of development, we finally created it to hold even the coarsest wavy hair in place ie. mine.
This product is a reliable curl cream with enough hold for day 2 or 3, I’m so proud to be able to share it with you all..
A huge shout out to Randi Hoffman for being my very first Bounce customer :)
Gorgeous hair styling done by Redken’s Giovanni Giuntoli using their Diamond Oil Hair care. Love the rounded bowl front/fringe and the perfectly formed wave through the side… Thumbs up!
Image from American Salon:
#Redken #GiovanniGiuntoi #JujuChan #AsianHair
Almost there! My bottles are being screen printed, with the design by @magartland, my product is formulated and ordered and soon you’ll see my curl cream with hold and shine come together, so happy and proud #jujuchan #dekkosalon #curlcream #hairproducts #ParabenSulfateSodiumChlorineandScentfree Thanks for this gorgeous clean design @magartland #MarkGartland
After months and months of testing and researching, I am finally steps away from making a fabulous curl cream for all you curly haired people. #holdwithshine #jujuchanproducts #product#2 #peopleloveit #hairproducts #babysteps
I can’t say its been easy, I have come close quite afew times, but it seemed that if I had plenty of shine,there was no hold,then when I got the hold there was no shine! Finally after working with my manufacturers for soo long, I’m happy with this formula and I’m on my way to finishing up with the packaging.
Here’s 2 of my main testers Tiffany and Violet, who also happen to be part of our loyal staff at Dekko. Both looked so great using my BOUNCE curl cream that I had to take a picture of them, Thanks to all others who helped me test and test again.
Watch this space, updates coming soon…