Wednesday, August 5, 2015

new to the salon: MR. SMITH shampoo & conditioner


MR. SMITH IS DEDICATED TO STYLE, SUBSTANCE AND SIMPLICITY: STYLE ABOVE ALL ELSE, SUBSTANCE OF INGREDIENTS - SIMPLICITY BY DESIGN.  

Their new range of Australian made hair care products are meticulously crafted from a selection of Australian botanicals and essential oils. Innovative use of lime, cacao seed and wheat protein, combined with mandarin, jasmine oil and rose geranium, has led to a range of products that are engineered for performance utilising only premium ingredients.

Each product has been scientifically designed and tested to deliver on this performance. Hydrating, lightweight and organically nourishing, the Mr. Smith collection provides maximum results, while retaining the hair’s natural fluidity and shine.

Mr. Smith believes that what we leave out is just important as what we leave in. That’s why they’re committed to creating products that don't contain sulphates or parabens; why they’ve never tested on animals and 
why all their products have been PETA-Certified Vegan.



The Shampoo: Mr. Smith Balancing Shampoo is formulated to gently cleanse the hair and scalp. Jasmine and mandarin oils soften keratin and relax stressed hair. The scalp is soothed and the hair fibre cleansed of stubborn styling product residue from waxes and sprays. The result is hair that is left feeling silky and clean.

The Conditioner: Mr. Smith Balancing Conditioner invigorates and refreshes hair, with nourishment and hydration courtesy of cacao seed butter, complemented by wheat protein, which plumps and strengthens the hair fibre. Hair is moisturised but not weighed down and importantly retains its natural movement, bounce and shine.

Mr. Smith is now available in the salon ! x

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

colour crush PALE BLONDE


THERE'S A NEW COOL-SHADE THAT CELEBS ARE LOVING, AND SO ARE WE...

Poppy Delevingne recently lightened her waves to the Nordic hue, while Naomi Watts debuted a solid almost-platinum at couture week. Dutch model Lara Stone has made this shade her calling card, 
and Rita Ora’s chameleonic halo-effect has given us more inspiration.

Call the salon if you're loving this pale blonde too!




{Pics: Vogue}


Saturday, July 18, 2015

home style: CONCRETE CHIC

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ONCE ONLY USED FOR INDUSTRIAL BUILDING AND MAYBE, THE ODD POLISHED FLOOR
we're loving these new interior uses for concrete

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Friday, July 17, 2015

celebrity hair inspiration - THE WAVY BOB


15 OF OUR FAVOURITE CELEBRITY WAVY ''WOBS' & 'LOBS'...
It's all about the hair texture and length of the moment: medium and wavy! The look is the ever-popular lob, which sits just above or below the collarbones, as well as the "wob," which is a true bob-length at ear level. These 15 looks can be achieved on either naturally wavy hair or by tonging around with an iron—just be sure to leave the ends out instead of curled under.

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

short cut INSPIRATION


THINKING OF GOING SHORT?
Then scroll down for some celebrity short cut inspiration
then call 02. 8919 0146 to make a booking!







{Pics: Byrdie}

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

16 ways to WEAR YOUR BOB

NEED SOME 'BOB' STYLING INSPIRATION?
We're loving the way Julianne Hough wears her razor-layered bob!

{Pics: Pinterest}

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Thursday, June 18, 2015

how to EXTEND YOUR BLOW-DRY

WHEN YOU'VE JUST GOT THE PERFECT BLOWDRY {FROM MANA}
the last thing you want to do is wash it away the very next day...
Well, you don't have to!

Here are our top tips for extending the life of your preciously sleek locks:

* Choose products wisely. Use creamy pomades and shine serums sparingly. If you must use a silicone serum to tame frizz, don't apply it near the roots. But it's fine to use mousse or voluminizing spray near the scalp—these contain alcohol, which can actually help absorb excess oil. Just use half the amount you normally would to avoid buildup, which can make hair look dirty.

* Protect your hair. As long as you keep the blowdry, pull your hair back off your face tightly when washing your face and applying creams to ensure that skin-care products don't touch the hairline.

* Perk it up. At the first sign of grease, spray your part and hairline with an aerosol dry shampoo. Brush the product through your hair vigorously, because it can leave a white residue. To boost limp hair, spritz a voluminizing spray at the roots, then blast with a blow-dryer for lift. Tame strays with a straightening iron.

* Skip the gym. In other words, if you don't want to restyle your hair for a few days, avoid serious sweating.

{Pic: Style.com}
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