We are in the last few weeks of Summer… but here in South Florida, Summer sun and highlights are possible all year long. The topic at hand is how to achieve truly natural sun-kissed hair color. It is important for the blonde tones to not overpower or end up brassy. The natural undertones shouldn’t be too dark or “blah”, drowning out your complexion. Our goal at Salon Bongini is to achieve perfectly natural highlights by taking the time to study your natural color and undertones. We will select the perfect color(s) and possibly a toner for you. There is a happy medium out there for everyone… somewhere between Marilyn Monroe and Janis Joplin.
See below for some of our favorite before and afters.
It’s hard to believe we’re in the final weeks of Summer and that tomorrow is August 1st. Fall is in fact upon us…
Recently, we’ve been hearing the chatter from Fall Fashion Week. Salon Bongini’s ultimate goal is to educate and inspire our clients by creating a fun, positive and artistic atmosphere. In this week’s post, we’re simply sharing some of the hot new trends for Fall. Enjoy some of our favorite articles from Elle, Marie Claire and Cosmopolitan.
Elle’s trusted fashion experts have hand-selected their favorite fall fashions, shoes , and handbags to create the perfect head-to-toe shopping guide… Read more. Elle Shops: Editor’s Picks
Crewneck dress, by Malene Birger, $465, collection at The Wardrobe, Cincinnati. Suede belt with gemstone buckle, Ralph Lauren Collection, $1,500, at select Ralph Lauren boutiques nationwide, visit ralphlauren.com. Silk dress, Balenciaga by Nicolas Ghesquière, price on request, similar styles at Balenciaga, NYC
As obsessed as we are with all things sartorial, Fashion Week is not all about the clothes…
…none of the looks we see on the runways would be complete without a brilliant beauty concept to accompany and accent them. Here are our favorite beauty looks of the Fall 2012 season… Read more Fall 2012 Beauty Trends – Hair and Makeup Trends for Fall 2012 – Marie Claire
Big, voluminous bouffants topped off with a dainty black headband — this look is a dramatic (and very cool) twist on a classic coiffure.
If you’re so sick of your hair you can barely stand it, get inspired with these gorgeous star styles…
Candice Swanepoel is flaunting down the red carpet. Want to get it? Create a deep side-part on the left side of your head and separate your strands into two sections… Read more: Sexy Long Hair – Styles for Long Hair – Cosmopolitan
We’d love to hear from you! Please comment on your favorite Fall Fashion trends.
Moroccanoil combined contemporary and traditional methods to truly revitalize hair. CNN’s Erin Burnett travels to Israel and discovers the hottest hair product in the world, Moroccanoil.
One of the ingredients of Moroccanoil is Argan oil. The Argan oil tree is only found in south West Morocco Argana. Argan oil is made from the nut of argans tree fruit. Moroccanoil’s Argan oil is harvested under a fair trade program which provides substantial socio-economic support to thousands of families in the Souss-Massa region of Morocco. Revenue from this project provides income to families and helps improve the working conditions of rural women. Read more…
A powerful antioxidant and UV protector, Moroccanoil’s proprietary Argan oil blend is rich in vitamins and natural elements that fortify the hair, including Vitamin F (Omega 6), Vitamin A to improve elasticity, Vitamin E to protect against free-radicals, and Phenols to shield against environmental stressors. Salon-exclusive Moroccanoil products have a strong following among leading runway, film, television and celebrity stylists who search for the very finest for their A-list clients.
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Will Moroccanoil make my hair oily? Moroccanoil does not make the hair oily, it provides all critical vitamins and nutrients to make the hair smoother and more manageable. A small amount goes a long way. Those who experience oily hair are using too much of the product.
Quantity… The quantity needed depends on the client. The texture, volume and chemical treatments all play a part in the quantity. Highlighted hair will need more than “virgin”/untreated hair. Thick hair requires more product than those with fine hair.