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November 28, 2012
Wake Up to Less Frizz
Giving your hair a break from heat can actually be beneficial-especially for those with natural waves. “The less you do to curls the better,” says Gibson.
1. Apply a light leave-in conditioner and use a wide-tooth comb to distribute it to your ends. A brush or a fine-tooth comb can destroy your curl pattern and create kinks.
August 15, 2012
Here’s a effortless tutorial on how to create a Ballerina Bun from our friends at The Beauty Department.
June 20, 2012
Aveda’s Kurt Keuffner gives classic how-to styling tips and tricks for men’s long curly hair. Keuffner recommends using Aveda Men Pure-formance™ Shampoo and Conditioner, Liquid Pomade and Aroma Spray.
June 12, 2012
Are you looking for a quick way to achieve that sexy tousled look? Aveda has a great step-by-step tutorial to help you do just that!
May 16, 2012
We focused on “music festival” hair, and now a similar style the “Boho Braid”. Taken from Lauren Conrad’s The Beauty Department Blog, is this wonderful simple tutorial.
1. Start with wavy hair. If your hair is naturally straight, curl some sections to give it texture.
2. Separate the hair on the left & right sides of your head. Using your part as a guide, continue the part down the middle of the back of your head. To maintain the effortless, imperfect look, use your fingers instead of a comb. Tie one section with a hair tie to keep it out of the way.
3. French braid the free section of hair back to the nape of your neck & secure with bobby pins or a clip. To add more texture, try a Reverse French braid: Alternate crossing the 2 outer sections of hair UNDER the middle section instead of over. To make the look more free-spirited, leave out bangs & short layers around your face.
4. Repeat Step 3 on the other side of your head, clipping the French braid at the nape of your neck.
5. Gather the hair into a low ponytail below the clips & secure with a hair tie. When the ponytail is secure, remove the clips from the braids.
6. Time to add some volume! With your fine tooth comb, tease 1” sections of hair where they come out of the pony tail, keeping the ends less distressed, & secure with a medium hold hair spray.
7. Create more volume & texture in the braids by lightly pulling the loops apart with your fingers.
8. To finish the look, wrap a section of hair from underneath the pony tail around the hair tie. Secure with bobby pins.
Try it out for yourself, post some pictures on our facebook wall of your work – facebook.com/rizzieriavedaschool
May 2, 2012
courtesy of Oh So Pretty the Diaries
Prom Season is among us, and with finding the perfect dress, you have got to have perfect hair! Here is a simple tutorial of a sweet updo that we found from Oh So Pretty -The Diaries. Savannah has the easiest tutorial.
courtesy of Oh So Pretty the Diaries
The steps are simple. Here they are:
1. Tease your hair at the crown. Then, smooth out the top of your hair.
2. Separate your hair into three parts. Separate one of the sections into 3 parts, and braid one of the parts. Then you will braid the 3 parts together and secure with a clear elastic. Repeat on all sections of the hair. Keep a clear elastic at the top of the middle section, but not on the outside braids. We want the middle braid to stay put but we want the outside sections to be looser on the sides of your head.
3. Roll each braid up into a bun and secure with bobby pins. It may take a few bobby pins to secure each bun.
March 14, 2012
A blog that we love following for latest trends, is The Beauty Department. We constantly find ourselves pinning inspirational photos from their site on our Pinterest. What always seem like daunting difficult braids – end up looking so effortless on the celebrities that wear them. Take Lauren Conrad’s beautiful braid that she recently wore on the Chelsea Lately Show – she says - In a regular braid there are 3 strands. For this look, all you do is braid one of those strands beforehand and loosen it up with your fingers, then braid as usual. This creates extra texture + breaks up the mundane pattern of a regular braid.
February 29, 2012
A recent article from Modern Salon shows their take on how to style long hair. This is a great idea for the upcoming Prom Season.
The Teals have just introduced their new Long Hair Dressing Method book which explores long hair dressing by answering the questions: Why should I dress hair? What tools should I use to dress hair? And the horrifying…how do I know that, what I choose for the client will be correct? The book gives hairdressers the knowledge to create any long hair look. Here is just a sample of what you will find in their new book! For more information about Long Hair Dressing Method, visithttp://coolestsalon.com.
February 16, 2012
One of the greatest things about Pinterest is, that we can always find how to do quick and easy hairstyles – that look magnificent. SOURCE: thebeautydepartment.com