From all of us @ You, we would like to wish all of our clients and friends a very Happy New Year!
Thank You all for your support and for helping make our first 5 months truly fantastic! We are looking forward to seeing you all in what looks to be…a very exciting 2011 :)
Love, Peace and Happiness to You all!
So here is our final New Years Eve Hair Tip for 2010. We truly hope that our suggestions have helped you just a little along the way in your preparations for tonight!
Whatever you are up to there is one simple tip that will ensure that you look and feel the best you can…and that is to…
Sometimes, less is more. This old adage was never more true than on the
Spring 2011 runways where loose, natural hairstyles ran wild. The
feminine look works for all textures and lengths.
Tonight when you are getting ready for your New Years Eve celebrations, dont be affraid to use accessories to give your look an extra bit of detail;)
Designers did not neglect the use of playful accessories. The key to
this trend is to suit your individual taste, whether with a gilded
barrette or retro head scarf. Whatever your style, try these simple
add-ons to liven up tousled locks or a smooth top knot.
Tomorrow is party time and for those of us that are a little more adventurous here is look # 6 of 8 New Years Eve Hair Tips;)
BRAIDS AND WEAVES:
Say so long to the classic braid: plaits woven into place put a fresh
twist on this timeless hairstyle.
Alexander McQueen and Locaste showcased woven locks that may be hard to duplicate, but are definitely worth the effort. Try mixing up the size and placement of the braid to instantly transform your look.
We are getting closer to party time…so here is look # 5 for You.
3 to go;)
Take it and make it…YOU
Models stalked the runways at Naeem Khan and Sonia Rykiel with
incredible pompadours and teased-out waves—paying homage to one hair
trend that never goes out of style: volume. Get the look with large
barrel curling irons and a little backcombing.
Heres look # 4 for You!
We hope that everybody is finding some inspiration to your New Years Eve look. Remember all of these looks can be adapted to different lengths.
4 more looks on the way;)
Take it and make it…YOU
DEEP SIDE PARTS:
The easiest and fastest way to update your look is to switch up your
part. Models at Carolina Herrera, Gucci and Louis Vuitton rocked deep
side parts fastened into classic buns and low pony’s. The deep side part is great for shorter hair and creates a modern,edgy but still elegant and cool feel. A simple comb and a
dollop of gel or pomade is all that is needed when creating this fresh