It’s summertime!! As a child, I spent hours in the sun and my blonde hair always became lighter. You probably have similar memories – jumping in pools, licking the dripping Popsicle off your arm, and the hot summer sun beating down on you. I’ll bet you noticed your hair became a lighter brown or a few blonde streaks showed up around the 4th of July.
Now that we’re grownups and spending hard-earned money on our hair color, summer isn’t quite as carefree for us. It doesn’t matter – we can still have fun.
As we enter the month of love, most of us of think of chocolate, roses, and golden trinkets. Valentine’s Day is, of course, a celebration of those you love. I hope you are planning to spend the day with someone special, even if the special person is just you!
Consider giving yourself a treat for Valentine’s – a new cut or color?
I just completed this Rose Gold Ombre for a client:
Rose gold hair is HOT right now and flattering for many people, but if this isn’t your thing, let’s do something else.
No matter what, take good care of you and remember Valentine’s Day is a good reminder to love yourself.
Happy Holidays and a Big Thank You
to all of my clients. Daisy Salon had a good year, and I wish you all a peaceful and joyful holiday.
Looking forward to 2017 –new haircuts, new colors, new ways to care for and celebrate ourselves.
Check out this client’s three shades of pink melting into one another. As the summer sun fades, why not bring some glow to your hair?
Melted Color at Daisy Salon.
I have a birthday this week, and, like most weeks, I have a lot on my mind and much to juggle. With this gift of another year, I want to remember that I have more #control over my life than I sometimes realize, but I cannot control everything.
No, I cannot control or fix everything–hair reminds us that we never have complete control and seldom have perfection.
There are challenges I must face and work to overcome but also need to let go of the idea that things will be “perfect” or exactly how I imagine them to be–they can be better, and I can actively to work toward “better.”
I actively work with my clients for “better” hair, so I can do “better.”
Reminder…on your own head.
45? 50? Older?
Let’s face it, getting older can get us down–sometimes the mirror doesn’t reflect how we feel inside. Your stylist is here to help. Continue reading