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If Your Hair is Starting to Feel Dull and Flat Try Adding Some Highlights

Red hair with highlights

Date posted: August 26, 2010

Posted in: Styling Tips

Highlights can provide you with brilliant, lustrous hair. This is achieved by weaving selected hair strands and applying a formula using foils to allow more precise and direct access to the hair.

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Want Longer Hair, But Dread the Awkward “In Between” Phase?

Woman with short har

Date posted: August 25, 2010

Posted in: Styling Tips

Talk to your stylist about extensions. Extensions can eliminate the need for a make-shift style that makes you feel like your hair is never quite right.

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Try David’s Color Friendly Shampoo to Retain Color and Curl After Chemical Treatments

David Groshen Color Friendly Shampoo

Date posted: August 23, 2010

Posted in: Styling Tips

David Groshen’s Color Friendly Shampoo restores moisture and protein lost during chemical services and exposure to sun. A natural blend of aloe and other essential botanicals restores the hair shaft of chemically, sun-treated and sun damaged hair. The shampoo magnifies shine and manageability.

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If Your Hair Color Doesn’t Last It May Be Something You Are Doing

Woman with arms crossed

Date posted: August 12, 2010

Posted in: Styling Tips

If your color doesn’t stay fresh after a few washings, there could be a number of causes. Maybe your color product doesn’t penetrate far enough into the hair shaft. Be certain your shampoo and/or conditioner is not too acidic or basic because that could strip your color.

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Choose a Style and Treatment That Fits Within Your Budget

Girl with money in her hair

Date posted: August 11, 2010

Posted in: Styling Tips

Make sure the upkeep of your style fits within your budget. With the exception of special occasions, ask how often and how much your style, color and relaxer will cost you in the long run.

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Can’t Find a Stylist Who Meets Your Needs? Maybe It’s Time to Look in the Mirror

Girl looking in the mirror

Date posted: August 10, 2010

Posted in: Styling Tips

If you find yourself trying more than three new hairstylists in less than a year, do some soul searching. Maybe you are not clear about what you are looking for. David’s 7 Step Series may help you find the answers you need.

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Color Should Match Your Personality and Skin Tones

Girls with different hair colors

Date posted: August 9, 2010

Posted in: Styling Tips

Hair color should do more than match your skin, it should also suit your personality. If you are introverted and shy, stay away from wild, bright colors. If you live on the wild side, however, you can probably pull off “knock ‘em dead” red.

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Identify Your Face Shape and Learn What Hair Style Compliments It

pear heart & diamond face shapes

Date posted: August 6, 2010

Posted in: Styling Tips

Before embarking on a new hair service, remember to discuss face shape in the consultation. For example, you could learn how highlights can help add length to a round face. Remember, just because a style looks good on your friend or your sister, doesn’t mean it is right for you.

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Find Out How to Recreate Your New Hairstyle on Your Own

Girl reading Hairstyles magazine

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Posted in: Styling Tips

When you get a new style, talk with your stylist about how to recreate it at home. If you treat your new hairstyle the same way you treated your old one, it will start to look the same even if it is very different. If you can never recreate your style at home, you could […]

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Banish Frizzy Hair with David Groshen’s Orange Stuff

Frizzy hair

Date posted: August 5, 2010

Posted in: Styling Tips

To keep frizz away, use David’s Orange Stuff. It is great for taming naturally curly hair. Apply generously to wet hair and comb through to distribute it evenly. Give it a shot of hair spray to seal the deal. Or for a sleek look, blow dry your hair from the roots to the ends, making […]

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