SERENITY HAIR DESIGN TO MOVE AND MERGE WITH MALENA’S HAIR DESIGN
Serenity Hair Design, currently located on the corner of State Road 26 and Creasy Lane, right next to D&R Market. The salon will move and begin accepting clients at the new location starting July 1st, 2013.
Malena’s Hair Design is located on 3461 Union Street, Lafayette, IN 47904. Serenity’s current phone number will remain active; so existing clients can continue to call the same number for questions and/or appointments. All existing appointments will remain at the same time, and with the same stylist; they will just take place at the new location.
“I am looking forward to the transition and to be working with my sister, Malena” said Owner Juanita Gaeta. “It’s sad to leave the space I started at, but I am so excited to begin this new chapter. At Malena’s we will be able to offer a more private setting and an extended list of services, including facials and manicures.”
Continuous updates will be posted on Serenity’s Facebook page.
Serenity Hair Design is located in Lafayette IN. Owner, Juanita Gaeta opened the doors in April of 2010. Serenity Hair Design offers a variety of hair services including color, hair cutting, extensions, formal styling and facial waxing.
I don’t know about you, but I am SO ready for spring! I have seen a huge trend for short hair coming in, and if you are thinking about losing your locks, now is the time. There are currently tons of super cute short hairstyles trending. If you have never had a short haircut, here are a few pieces of advice to keep in mind…
1.) Hair cut chin length or shorter can’t be pulled back into a pony-tail; so, if hair on your neck will bother you in the summer, go really short or keep it long enough to pull back.
2.) Anytime you make a drastic change with your haircut, you will need to change how you style it. You will also probably need new products to make your new short hairstyle look right, so be sure to ask your stylist about the right at-home regimen.
Here is some great short hairstyle inspiration for a Spring/Summer 2013 short haircut… Enjoy! 🙂
Anne Hathaway plays up this short haircut by varying her hairstyle.
Victoria Beckham keeps this short hairstyle edgy and feminine. Longer hair around the face can add playful femininity.
Ashlee Simpson’s short hair cut is just long enough to tuck behind the ears to play up the hairstyle.
Miley Cyrus’ short haircut has definitely gotten a lot of “buzz”. Not everyone can pull this short hairstyle off, but if you are looking for something edgy and bold, I say go for it!
I just love this sassy, side-swept, super short hairstyle.
A side-swept, asymmetrical, short haircut is fun, edgy, pretty and looks great on most face shapes.
This forward-sweeping, wispy bang is fun, but make sure it will work with your face and hair before you have it cut. This particular short haircut can look mushroom-y on the wrong person.
Not ready for a short-short haircut? A short bob is always in style. This cut can be styled soft and voluminous (as seen on Cameron Diaz) or playful and piecey (like on Kristen Cavallari).
Behindthechair.com (BTC) is an online-based company that provides education, retail and industry-related information to salon professionals. With over 600,000 members world-wide, behindthechair.com has built a strong reputation withing the salon industry. About a month and a half ago, BTC launched its own virtual community on behindthechair.com. This community is open only to salon professionals (stylists, make-up artists, estheticians, owners, etc.). It is a place where stylists can create a profile, upload and share their professional work and interact with each other.
Other websites have attempted to create virtual communities in which stylists can create and share their work, but have not been successful in doing so. The initial concept behind these sites is genius, but they all seem to fail when it comes to gaining awareness and engaging social media, making it impossible to achieve success. This is where I think that BTC stands out and why it will become…
“This season, designers wanted to achieve different textures and really push the artistic boundaries of hair. I really relied on my go-to Redken products to create the specific looks they wanted. There were a lot of references to the mid-90s, when minimalism came into fashion, and also the 60s. It was about attitude and technique—nothing was left to chance.”
—Guido, Redken Creative Consultant
HAIR TRENDS: SPRING/SUMMER 2013
MODERN MINIMALIST LOW-KEY LOOKS WITH A CONTEMPORARY TOUCH
Simplicity took a starring role this season with low ponytails, clean parts and naturally enhanced texture. It’s minimal effort with maximum style.
HAIR TRENDS: FACTORY GIRLS
STRUCTURED SHAPES FROM FASHION’S FAVORITE ERA
When it comes to this season’s 1960s-inspired shapes, the difference is in the details. It’s the 60s like you’ve never seen them before.
HAIR TRENDS: DEEP IMPACT
ULTRA-DEEP SIDE PARTS, FOR A SHAPE REINVENTION
Growing your hair out can be a very frustrating process. If you’re reading this, it’s probably because you want longer hair. Perhaps you’re even working towards a specific style or goal. But all the in-between phases your hair has to go through to get there… this is where most people get frustrated or even give up. But I am here to tell you that it IS possible to grow your hair out and love every style along the way!
Just follow these helpful hints and you will be well on your way to longer hair…
1.) How you STYLE your hair has a LOT to do with it. As your hair grows, you may not be able to continue styling your hair the same way. Play around with different styles on your hair as it grows and ask your stylist it you’re feeling stumped. You might even need to switch up the products you’re using too.
2.) Cutting your hair regularly is essential, but will not make your hair grow faster! Hair grows about a half an inch a month on average. Cutting your hair will not change how quickly it grows; but it will help your hair look its best and stay healthy. Maintaining a good haircut throughout the growing process will be necessary if you want to avoid awkward phases and dead-ends. Unhealthy hair can lead to frizz and breakage – which is probably where this hair myth originated.
3.) You don’t have to cut your hair as frequently when you are growing. If a client is seeking to maintain a haircut they love, I suggest a visit to the salon about every 4-6 weeks. But if you are growing your hair out, I generally suggest going a little longer – about 8-10 weeks. That way your stylist will have more freedom to shape and style your hair without back-tracking on your growth.
Have fun with the process! I suggest finding pictures of styles that you like for some of those in-between lengths. Let your stylist know if you are having trouble styling at home. Don’t be afraid of color if you’re getting bored too. (Just please don’t try to lighten your hair without a pro!) If you play with new hairstyles and/or color along the way, it’s like getting a whole new look at every salon visit – which can be a super fun way to get you through each transitional length.
Check out the different looks that Keira Nightly has played around with while growing her locks.
Charlize Theron has tried many different styles and lengths.
Natalie Portman has gone from one extreme to the other and had many different hairstyles along the way.