People often ask “why is it necessary for a gloss?”. Pictures are worth a thousand words, and that is why I have chosen this picture of Jessica Simpson. The photo on the left is clearly hair color that has not been altered with a gloss. As you can see, there is an inconsistency in her hair color, the top seems to be extremely bright, and the ends are losing and diffusing the color giving it a slight tone of green, which is probably not wanted by most. However, the picture on the right shows color that is consistent from the new growth to the ends. The natural looking tones that are demonstrated in this photo can be achieved by using a gloss. When you apply a gloss to the hair, it adds the perfect dimension and tone to get that very desired victoria’s secret look.
I wanted to share this look with you. This is the most asked for hair color I have seen since Jennifer Anniston. On average my clients are bringing Rachel’s picture to me twice a day. What can I say my clients have amazing taste.
I feel this is a great representation of balayage. The color is soft at the new growth and gradually increases toward the ends giving you the sun-kissed locks of a movie star.
Today is the first day of summer! I don’t know about you, but with the dreary winter/spring Chicago had, I am beaming with excitement. Finally, I get to swim! Yes, that means I get to show off my bikinis, but it also means I get to flaunt my bikini cover ups. I know many women love the looks of tunics and kaftans, but often pass up the opportunity of buying one due to not knowing what to wear it with. The good news is, this summer, the rage is tunic/kaftan cover ups! Now you get to wear those luxurious pieces without having to worry. Put on your favorite bathing suit, slip on your kaftan, slide on your flip flops, and get over to that beach!
<3 The Steven Papageorge Crew
P.S. Don’t forget that SPF; protecting yourself is key to being healthy and radiant!
With proper new hair and makeup, four pretty girls become beautiful. Thank you to Steven Papageorge and various students of Steven Papageorge Hair Academy for the work.
The key thing here is not to tell your stylist how to do their job. After a consultation and, hopefully, seeing them for some time now, your stylist should be able to take what you want, what would make you look best, and their own knowledge to turn you into a bombshell. If you have to tell your stylist what to do periodically through your appointment, it means you do not trust him/her. If this is the case, find a great new stylist because you’ll be pleasantly surprised with what trust adds to the final outcome of your beauty.