Ready to color your hair, and don't have a single clue on how to start? I will try my best to guide you in your new or old hair color venture, whether you are going to a professional or trying to do it yourself. If you are going to see a professional I can help by answering all questions regarding your initial consultation, what to say to your colorist, how to describe what your wishes are and we’ll talk about realistic expectations. Everything starts with a good conversation; learn how to discuss hair color in terms which make sense to a colorist.
I started as a young assistant at Vidal Sassoon in 1982 and got the training that has always sustained me throughout my professional life. I first became involved in hair color in the mid 80’s when I realized that my passion for painting was a vehicle understanding hair color. I joined the industry of hair color teaching and began a career as a platform artist in 1991. The next 25 years, took me across the USA and North America doing all hair shows, demonstrations on both hair cutting and hair coloring. I went from regional education, to national, eventually crossing into North America and being promoted as the USA Artistic Director for It&lyhairfashion, N.A. My hair salon is an award-winning destination for hair expertise, and I am proud to say that I have one of the most elite hair expert teams working for me.
Modern Salon Magazine Salon and Day Spa Westchester Magazine
Involved in hair shows and teaching professional hairdressers for over 25 years.
Best Hair Colorist of 2011 awarded by "Westchester Magazine" in New York. Featured in Modern Salon as one of the top national hair colorists.
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Ash, Sorry for the delay. I have been traveling , and didn't see this. In truth, I would consider a professional tube color. While the box dyes make claims that they will last several weeks, nothing is
Hi Alison, We use 10v for deposit only, but you need to be at least less than 50% gray. Anything after that, we recommend 20v for total coverage, and sometimes it does give you a slight lift, depending
Hi Alison Off the shelf colors are nowhere as good as what we use in salons. While both of these products promise to deliver what we do, it just isn't always the case. I suggest you go to a Sally's
Hi Alison I would be first curious as to what product you are using. It sounds to me like you are using a non-ammonia color. If that is the case, just switch to a permanent color. Pick a shade and level
Cassie I am blown away by your letter. So in depth and precise beyond any request I have ever read. You sound more like a colorist than anyone I have ever engaged on here. For that, you get the grand