Added by EVA SCRIVO on November 30, 2010 at 9:00am — No Comments
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Here's my page from the December issue of Vogue, where L'Oreal featured four top stylists/colorists who are big fans of their new ammonia-free permanent hair color - Inoa. It was a fun shoot back in August and I'm excited that the issue is finally out! I colored this model's hair from her medium-brown natural color (in the small inset photo) to this beautiful light chestnut with golden highlights. The issue should be on the news stands on Monday, Nov 22.
Added by EVA SCRIVO on November 20, 2010 at 7:00pm — No Comments
What a great cover! Can't wait for the book!
Added by Caroline Regan on November 19, 2010 at 1:30am — No Comments
Last Friday was a very exciting day because we finally received the galleys for my book! For those who don't know, a galley is an early version of a book printed for the book stores and press. It's not completely copy edited and is printed in black & white even if the final book will be in color. But the really cool thing is that it actually looks like a book, which is kind of sureal to finally see after having worked on it for so long! Because we got about 40 of these galleys printed,…Continue
Here are some photos from my trip to Paris in October to work on the Bridal Trends shoot for L'Oreal, where one stylist from each of about a dozen countries was invited to create a bridal hair look to serve as inspiration to both stylists and brides around the world. I'm very proud to have been selected and am humbled by some of the amazing looks created by my peers from other countries. These are some behind the scenes photos of me preparing my model. I will post photos of the final looks…Continue
Hope everyone is having a nice weekend! I'm in Houston and Dallas for the next couple of days, doing some presentations for L'Oreal based on my work on the L.A.M.B. fashion show in September. L'Oreal has invited all of their best salons in these cities to showcase their new ammonia-free permanent hair color, Inoa, which I've been using in my salon since spring of this year and absolutely love (so do our clients)! I am doing hair color on 5 models in each city using Inoa, similarly to what I…Continue
Added by EVA SCRIVO on November 14, 2010 at 1:00pm — No Comments
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It has taken me months of Dermatologist appointments to finally figure out that the rash that had started in November and has been ongoing was an allergic reaction to Phenylenediamine or PPD which is found in hair dyes. My Dermatologist had given me a pamphlet showing all the synonyms of PPD so that I was able to tell what items have that compound in them. They also had a handwritten page showing products that they thought might be PPD free (there were a few Wella products…Continue
Added by Kelly Diehl on October 3, 2010 at 8:48pm — No Comments
Following a routine hairlighting of my hair using Wella products at an upscale salon in NYC I noticed that I had severe breakage in several areas of my hair. I have been going to this salon for 10 years.
I always have a deep cream conditoning for 30 minutes following the highlightening.
However this time I had a spray on type conditoning that was left on during my cut because colorist and salon was short on staff and time and felt it was fine to leave the spray on for the added…Continue
Added by Lisa POstles on July 24, 2010 at 12:58am — No Comments
I have had an allergic reaction to hair color. I’m having a patch test this week and I’m looking for an alternative ppd free hair dye. I’ve read about Elumen but it is difficult to find a salon in SF…Continue
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Added by Joni Schneider on July 6, 2010 at 4:09pm — No Comments
I am 44 and have already had menapause according to my doctor. I have had hair loss and thinning hair over the last few years and was told it is in part due to the lower estrogen production. My doctor wants to put me on the estrogen patch but I dont want the additional hormones, they give me acne and mood swings. Is there any truth in the estrogen/hair loss connection? If I want thicker hair, should I deal with the estrogen side effects?
Added by Jill Price on May 11, 2010 at 1:21pm — No Comments