Just found a really inspiring article from Intothegloss.com about professional hairstylist, James Pecis. Apart from saying what his favorite products are and his beauty background, he gives some great advice for other stylists and how he created a name for himself in the industry…
“Hair is a very difficult industry to break into, and you need to find something that sets you apart. The reason I started braiding is because a lot of people didn’t want to braid—I remember going to a show once and no one wanted to braid. For me, I’m inspired just by mindlessly playing with hair, sitting in front of the TV just playing with the hair on the mannequin’s head… I also have a ton of sailing books on knot tying. When I was assisting, I would wake up early to play with hair. I became a little bit obsessed. [Laughs] I love doing braids; it’s just fun. There’s so many different things that you can do.”
Click here for the full article!!
Sweis’s Evo event held at B2V Salon in West Hollywood was featured on The Colorsit Blog and Beauty LaunchPad!! Check it out…
Beauty LaunchPad- http://www.beautylaunchpad.com/hair-news-b2v-salon-shares-evo-experience
How to get that roughed up trendy look…
Spray some volumizing spray into wet hair, flip hair over, and blow dry…don’t worry about using a brush since you want to achieve a messy look.
Next, create textured waves without using damaging hot tools by simply applying a salt spray from mid-shaft to ends and scrunch ends up towards scalp.
Create extra volume at the root by applying some texture powder and massaging into the scalp. You can add some more powder into the ends of the hair too.
Finish with a shine spray and you’re ready to go!
Here are some celebrities that are rocking this look too…
The ‘Twilight’ beauty debuted rock ‘n roll curls for the 9th Annual CFDA Awards–here’s how you can recreate the look at home with tips from her stylist, Ted Gibson!
Ashley Greene, 25, looked incredibly sexy with a tousled textured for the event. “I cut her hair shoulder length a couple of weeks ago and clipped it to mostly one length with a little layering to create a slight bit of softness,” says Ted.
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