The bright side. It can sound like a platitude, but I think the #summersolstice is a great opportunity for self renewal. The first day of summer is arriving and 94 degrees of Denver heat can be harsh. Be gentle with yourself–treat yourself to an ice cold drink and some alone time on the patio or plan a summer picnic with friends. If you’re scheduling an appointment next month, ask me about a free deep conditioning treatment. These hot months will be gone soon, so enjoy the warmth and try to stay sunny.
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.
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.
Giving my clients a stress-releasing scalp massage is one of my favorite things to share. Have you ever wondered how to give yourself a scalp massage?