A Simple Spring Style To Fight Frizz
Today we are taking you to Total Salons with Styled By Stefani, to talk about the best way to- Slay Your Style Consultation! Stephanie Grant is a talented local stylist with over 7 years experience in the industry. She has spent the majority of her education mastering the art of blondes as well as “lived in color” such as balayage techniques. She has styled hair for MLB All Star Week in Miami as well as New York Fashion Week. She has proudly opened her own salon suite and shares, " I love what I do, helping empower women to look and feel beautiful. " Book your appointment today on her website!
What is the CROWN Act? Why is a law needed to protect Black women’s right to wear natural hair?
Decades later, as they entered the workforce, most were told they could not wear their hair in its natural state. A recent study by Dove found black women are 80% more likely to change their natural hair to conform to social norms or expectations at work. While these News4Jax reporters now wear natural hair on air at WJXT, some employers still limit the hairstyle of African-Americans and there is no law in place to protect their right to wear their hair the way God created it. The CROWN Act -- an acronym for Creating a Respectful and Open World for Natural Hair -- makes it illegal to deny employment or educational opportunities based on hair in California in 2019. Pringle is moved when viewers contact her and let her know that her natural hair has an impact.
Make A New Years Resolution For Your Hair | River City Live
If your hair was making a New Year’s Resolution this year what would it be? Marcy DeSanto, stylist and owner of Top Knotch Salon suggests three things. She says to learn the texture and character of your hair, and use shampoo and conditioner meant for your hair type. Marcy suggests asking friends for their opinions, searching out celebrities that you feel you resemble, and using available hairstyle apps. Ultimately, she suggests you go over your new look with your own stylist to be sure your particular hair texture is right for the new look.
How to cut your son’s hair at home -- for blondes, it’s a little different
We’ve showed you how to master the at-home haircut during quarantine, but cutting hair on people who are blonde -- well, it’s a whole other rodeo. A lot of mistakes can be hidden with people who have dark hair because, well, their hair is dark. It may be noticeable to them, but the average person walking down the street probably isn’t going to notice a chunk of hair not blended in. But for people with blonde hair, however, it’s a different story. That’s why StyleWise style editor Jon Jordan recruited busy mom Lauren once again to give one of her sons another at-home haircut, and luckily, her second son is a blondie.