Monday, February 2, 2015

Advanced Color Techniques, Multidimensional Highlights and Lowlights with Color Painting In-Between the Foils

Hi there!  I'm excited to share this hair tutorial with you!  This is definitely a more advanced technique.  You really need to know how to do a root touch up as well as how to foil in color before you should even attempt to do this.  However if you know how to these 2 things, then you can easily learn how to paint your color in-between the foils so you can get this all done in one process.   Learning how to use this technique will not only save you time, it will also be healthier on your client's hair.

Watch this Hair Tutorial on how I did this Multidimensional Hair Color.....

Thanks for stopping by!
XO Tammy

Saturday, January 24, 2015

How to do a Long Layered Haircut, Rounded V-Back, Sharkfin Shears

Hey there!  I am so excited to post this hair tutorial.  There is so much information here.  I first want to talk to you about my Sharkfin Shears.  They are so awesome!  They have a patented handle that allows for more contact with the shear for more control and they also have a patented finger fitting system, so I was able to fit them to my exact ring finger and thumb for a perfect fit.

Let me tell you they are super sharp and they cut like "Butter"....really!  I went with their swivel handle.  I have never used a swivel handle before and now I wish I would have used them a long time ago.  The "Monarch" line is excellent.  The handle is a little heavy, but the blades are light just like you want them.  They are so easy on the wrist!  I have mild carpel-tunnel and I am so cautious on what I do with my hands and these shears have been so easy on them:)

Here is a 20% discount code you can use when you purchase your Sharkfin Shears:  Tammy20

Watch this  Hair Tutorial on a Long Layered Haircut with a Rounded V-back.....

More Pictures.....

Thanks for stopping by!
XO Tammy

Friday, January 23, 2015

How to Blow-dry Long Layered Thick Hair Like a Professional using Keralogie

I first have to tell you about new product I've been using by Keralogie.  It's a fortifying hair treatment for all hair types.  It contains an organic complex of Moroccan oil, Argan oil, Jojoba oil, Shea oil, and Macadamia oil to create this perfect mixture that leaves your hair shiny and smooth.  I have thinner hair texture and I use it everyday and I haven't got this many complements in years.  I used this product in this hair tutorial video on how to Blow dry Long Layered Thick Hair Like a Professional.

Watch this Video on How to Blow-Dry Long Layered Thick Hair Like a Professional!…..

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XO Tammy

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

How to do a Long Layered Haircut on Kids

Hi there!  I am so excited to get this new video live on You Tube.  I created this video last winter!  It's almost been a year that it has been sitting in my computer just waiting to be edited.   So I am so happy to share it with you.

This video was on my daughter Sarah's hair.  I can't believe how much she has changed in a year.  She is still just as cute and just and beautiful, but I was a little sad to see the slight difference in her appearance, because she is growing up too fast.  I look different now too!  I think its time to start editing those videos as soon as I create them!  A new resolution for 2015 for me!

I hope you enjoyed this Tutorial and feel free to ask me any questions!

XO Tammy

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Sunday, December 28, 2014

News for 2015


I hope that everyone had a Merry Christmas.  It's hard to believe that Christmas has come and gone already.  I'm looking forward to a new year.  I usually focus more on my Blog and You Tube Channel after the first of the year.  I'm so busy with my kids sports in the Fall and then the whirlwind of the holidays come that I really don't have the time or energy it takes to be creative with my work.

I feel good when I write.  It's sort of a stress release.   It's never felt like work to me.   I keep telling myself that I should make it a priority to write in my blog everyday, especially since I enjoy it.  I've never had writers block or a problem with finding material, because I love to communicate and the words just come spilling out.

I do keep telling myself that I need to brush up on my typing.  I still have to look at the keys and it makes my typing slower.  Another thing on my "To do" list.

Anyway,  I have some exciting things planned.  I just got a new pair of scissors from Shark Fin.  They are so awesome!  It's the first time that I have worked with a swivel handle.  It takes some getting used to, but they are very comfortable.  They are also razor sharp and I love the way my haircuts are coming out.   I plan on doing a review and video tutorial on them A.S.A.P.

I have some hair products I am going to review.  I also still have some videos that I want to upload from last Summer.  I always put off the editing.  It's not that I hate editing, it's just kind of long, boring and I honestly I could live without it.  However once I get in the groove of it, it goes quick:)

So that's it for today.  Talk to you soon!


Sunday, July 6, 2014

Brown Hair with Blonde Highlights (Hair Tutorial) Paint Between the Foils

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When I first started doing hair and I had a client who had grey, someone that wanted to go darker or lighter with highlights on top of that....I would color the whole head and then go back and foil in highlights in after.  That was a lengthy unnecessary process.

First of all, you are damaging the hair.  You are coloring it dark only to go back and recolor it with bleach.  Secondly, you are wasting time.  You have to wait for processing time twice and shampoo out twice and so on and so forth.....

The best and most efficient way is to apply your highlights with foils and then paint your all-over color in between the foils.  This is tricky to learn at first, but after you do it a few times, you wonder why you weren't doing it this way all along. 

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Saturday, June 7, 2014

How to do a Rope Braid, Simple, Easy, Basic

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I really like this braid.   I braid my daughter's hair like this all the time at night time before bed, so her hair won't tangle up while she sleeps.  It's so easy to do once you get the trick to it.

You take 2 sections of hair and twist them one way.  Then you take those 2 pieces and wrap them around each other in the opposite direction.  

This is a picture of my daughters hair.

You can do little rope braids all over or just one or two braids.  :)

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