Everyone likes to look their best in their most natural state but does little to none effort to listening when someone offers an honest advice/opinion. Its just like going to the doctors and listening to them about how we should sleep well,eat well,exercise and put away that junk, but do we actually follow whats best for us?! The same goes for when a hairdresser suggests what and how our hair would or could be in our best state we listen in one ear and comes out from the other.
We Instagram stalk all the “It girls” whose hair is effortlessly cool and the most common factor in all of them is getting the right cut and texture into it which helps you to be the wash and go kind of gal. There is something awfully sexy about that effortless,laid back vibe but still holding your whole look together.
There has been a strong shift towards empowered women who wants to look beautiful and polished but don’t want to be slaves to their hair and spends hours on blowdrying every morning, lets be honest it looks a little too placed and hoity toity for an everyday look.
We at Rod Anker Salons give more than 100% into consultation and approach every haircut as a conversation and know what your lifestyle is like, what you want from your hair, so we can tailor make every haircut to your need and textured, without them putting in little to no work into it.
Once in a while, we all reach a saturation point; when you crave for a change. It’s surprising how getting a new hair colour can completely change your look. Even the slight change in your hair style or colour can have a tremendous impact on how you feel and look. I am actually talking about something fresh, (Maybe, a colour you were so scared to try) break away from the same and make a new head turning statement.
Get your inner spirit animal of Kylie Jenner alive, and go for a major change. I know you all adored her bright peach locks at Coachella Music Festival; maybe, it’s time for you to take the plunge. If you had a look at Vogue’s May issue, it must have made your eyes pop out, I literally looked at it three time to recognise this new “Rock N Roll” babe, it was none other than Taylor Swift, with shaggy, bright blonde hair! It doesn’t matter if you are looking for something drastic or a more lived in natural hue, till the time you’re up for it. I mean, some bold hearts can totally go for the rainbow hair trend that is flooding your social media feeds!
Also, if your looking for the perfect cool braid then try out our new BRAID BAR which is opening at our Flagship Salon in Mehar Chand market this Friday.
Just don’t wait, schedule your next appointment, and get your new look this summer!
By Konika Dastidar
If you’re looking for something more playful
Your hair looks great for five minutes, and then it goes back to POOF! All you girls with curly hair must be going,story of my life. If you allowed a naturally curly hair chick to rant about her hair problems, their terror stories would probably go longer than the movie Gladiator. You can’t really blame them, it can be be quite a challenge. Especially, when your hair screams the climate report and people can figure of the level of humidity by the size of hair.
Fret not, as frizzy as it can be, people have learnt to embrace their natural curls instead of frying them with hot irons or smoothing them with zillions products. In some cases, the obsession of trying to manage your curls can end up damaging your hair more than doing anything good.
There’s nothing fiercer than curly hair. Some of our favourite celebrities like Lorde, Serayah, Perrie Edwards and Lupita proudly flaunt their born-with-it bouncy hair, and we couldn’t have loved it in any other way. However, it can be a LOVE-HATE relationship, as many curly hair girls don’t feel confident in rocking their natural ‘dos. But with the help of the good stylist, the right cut and easy tricks it is very much achievable to slay it with your natural hair.
Get a diffuser, air drying can become your new BFF, as it is less damaging than a blow dry and much better than waiting hours and hours for your hair to dry. You will find that when you don’t diffuse your curls your hair looks limp and flat, but when you start this tiny habit you will have much more volume.
Repeat after me, DEEP CONDITIONING is the way to go, it can help to control frizz, and reduce breakage and split ends. Your list of hair products should always have; 1. Live in conditioner and cream 2. Hair serums, double check your list every time if you don’t want look like a stranded sheep. Lol Honestly though, there is nothing hotter than a girl who looks confident in her natural curls, time to ditch your flat iron and embrace your natural hair.
Products to Try
- Curl control crème by Label M
- Cristalli Liquid from Alfa Parf
By Konika Dastidar
Your hair screams a lot about who you are as a person and your personality, I know for some woman there husbands have a lot to say when it comes to there hair ( not sure why ) but everyone is different I know from a very young age my father would not dare say do this or do that to my mother because its her hair and even today I can not imagine dictating my preference to my partner but different strokes for different folks. I think that hair is completely individual and has a seasonal influence, even small changes make a huge difference over time and help you evolve the overall look and vibe. I must say the biggest trend right now is undone hair that in fact takes a little getting used to when your styling but once you get the hang of it you wont look like a drowned rat, its all about the right products, the right placement and the right technique.
Baby bangs have also made a come back and can be incredibly sexy on the right face and the right personality, I have seen almost all face shapes with baby bangs and have to say on the right personality it really doesn’t matter to a certain degree. Certainly not a decision you want to take at the drop of a hat if your hair is super long as it will take longer than a few weeks to grow that out but if you have been thinking about it for a while there is no harm in giving it a shot.