The lovely Lisa Marie Presley takes the stage with T Bone Burnett, Jim Lauderdale, Michael Lockwood, and Buddy Miller for the Americana Music Association Event today. What a treat! (at The GRAMMY Museum)
For Lisa’s hair, I used a 1 1/4 in iron and wrapped random sections around the barrel, leaving out the ends for a beachy feel. I love this look on her!
As much as I LOVE my pitch black hair, sometimes I crave for just a little dimension especially for the summer.
My friend Chad Kenyon from the Christophe Salon in Beverly Hills recently lifted my hair to a toffee/ caramel color and I’m really loving it. However, in order to get my dark hair this light, it required some lightening action with the big bad B word, BLEACH. With that said, I knew my ends would need some extra TLC after the chemical process, it always does. I actually like my ends to be very textured and shaggy for that grungy rock and roll feel but there’s a difference between textured and damaged.
So, to help mend my ends and preventing it from looking like hay, I started using Rene Furterer’s Karite leave-in repairing serum. I just pop some on my towel-dried hair after a wash or whenever my ends need a little pick me up through out the day. It’s a perfect light and creamy consistency and doesn’t weight your hair down like some serums out there.
I just stumbled upon this video I worked on about a year ago. I never knew this existed and am so glad I was able to find it!
For Sara’s look, I used Paul Mitchell’s Wax Works to help me create a wet and slick look with control and high shine. This product is my favorite when I have to cheat a wet look without actually getting my models wet. It’s a little sticky and thick so make sure you saturate the hair very well and evenly.
Check out @lulus new lookbook I did, Sunnyside online!! / @seaafox / @tarajeanhair / @nicholeservin / & back to work! (at Cadillac Jacks)
This man is to die for… XO