Diving into the subject of locs — we’ve seen everything from butterfly locs to bohemian locs and goddess locs making the rounds. Getting back to basics, we’re defining the difference between faux locs and soft locs.
When it comes to creating beautiful curly styles for clients, the cut is one of the most important aspects because it creates a silhouette for the entire look. Building on the foundations of cutting, stylists should be aware of a few fundamental techniques before cutting curly hair.
If clients are itching for a subtle variation in their tresses, upsell them on a glossing treatment. From remarkable shine to dramatic tone variations, a good gloss can give you the change they’re looking for—without the risk.
Ideal for a variety of curl types, knotless braids are created in sections of a determined size by feeding small amounts of braiding hair into each section as you create the braid. The braid starts at the root and can be extended to any length the client chooses.
To prepare for a buzzing social calendar, we’ve rounded up some of the top hair, makeup, and nail trends of the holiday season that are sure to impress at any event.
You might have noticed that during pregnancy, your hair was incredibly thick and shiny, but postpartum it’s a completely different story — your hair texture and hair levels have dropped — you can thank your hormones for that.