Thursday, November 30, 2017

Winter changes....


There are many changes in the winter, from how short our days become to how we stay in our homes more often, to changing up our music. It seems like there is constant change around us, even when we don't realize it. Often times we don't even think about some of the changes we make like eating warmer foods in the winter, taking hotter showers and using MORE and thicker lotion on our 
body than we thought it could hold. 

So, with that being said, what happens to our hair? Well, there are changes with that too. 
Did you know that your hair drys out and becomes frizzy in the winter too. In the summer our cuticle opens up outdoors and takes in moisture from humidity or sweat. In the winter the cuticle of the hair remains closed outdoors therefore not able to take in moisture. Indoors, there are heaters and hotter showers, we don't think about, that open up the cuticle which "wa la," gives us dry hair. It is fine to leave a little, and I mean little, conditioner in our hair while rinsing it out to help with this problem, especially if you already suffer with dry hair. Also we can use leave-in conditioners. But always be sure to use a heat protectant to help with frizz. Wear hats or scarfs over your hair to protect from the wind, rain or snow (if not in a tropical area or Arizona, ha). 

Let's talk about blondes🙂. Blonde hair is a MUST for good healthy care. It can be dry and brittle already. Some ideas for taking extra care is switching up that shampoo to an oil base. It is a little heavier but more moisturize in the winter; most hair can handle it. Do conditioning treatments, maybe even once a week. Your hair will love you back for this. Last tip, for all hair, is invest in a humidifier. Added moisture in the home will do wonders for not only our hair but our breathing as well. 

Protect, protect, protect always!!!

Monday, June 13, 2016

Growing Up

Growing Up!

This is happening way to fast. I'm struggling with how fast time is going by. This is my great grandson, yes, my great grandson. He is going to be 6 months old this month. I can't believe it! 
Same thing happens with our hair. Winter has come and gone so fast that it feels like we just got a conditioning treatment, especially here in AZ. When I think about getting my hair cut, I think "didn't I just do that?" Yes, 6 months ago, ha. Don't forget your hair needs that nourishment along with all the cut and coloring. Treat your body AND your hair good. 

Schedule today for your haircut and get your conditioning treatment for free in the month of June! It's that time. After all, you deserve it after this!!

Call 480-338-0763
Hair by Angie 
397 S. Gilbert Rd.
Gilbert, AZ. 85296

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

3 Braid Hairstyles for Fall!


I love braides! I always look for fun and easy braides for everyday looks. 
I have watched many videos of "how to's" for different fall looks but I always go back to 
From weddings to homecoming or just that, I need my hair up day, braides are for everyone. One might think that if they have short hair that this is not for them....wrong. That is the cool thing about braids.

See it works! I love being a hair stylist and perusing through the internet and finding 
all the hot, "in" looks. Instead of clients always having to bring in a picture
for that "new" look, I can present to my client the lastest it!

Thursday, September 17, 2015

Fall Hair 2015

New Fall Hair Color

What's a season change without a hair-color refresh to usher it in?
Have you heard of the color "Bronde," if not 
your not alone. This color is a mix
of blonde and brown. This, not so new, J. Lo look actually has been around 
for a few seasons without a color name. However, 
stylist are still being asked to create this look for 
their clients all over the world today. She's 
such a trendsetter. This color is not going away any time soon.
Such a fun fall color! The maintenance on
this color is so easy that I foresee this color 
hanging around for a while. While your coloring it's probably a 
good idea to get that new cut to go along with your 
new color. It's a new season, refresh your hair!