Chcela by si zmeniť niečo na svojom účese a už dlhší čas premýšľaš nad ofinou? Určite si však už videla množstvo nepodarených výtvorov a teraz si na pochybách, či sa do toho pustiť. Ako by si asi vyzerala?

Je pravda, že ofina nie je pre každého, no ak to nevyskúšaš, nebudeš vedieť, na čom si. Pozri sa napríklad na tieto ženy. Ony to riskli, navštívili kaderníčku a tá z nich stvorila úplne iné osoby. Niekedy sa riskovanie naozaj oplatí a ofina dokáže urobiť hotové zázraky.

Nielen že niektoré vyzerajú mladšie, ale ofina im hlavne dodala akýsi šmrnc a tieto ženy vyzerajú oveľa spokojnejšie. No nestojí tá ofina aspoň za zváženie? 🙂

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Classic razor cut French bob from my first bob class yesterday. Cut blunt with lots of hairline detailing and deep interior weight removal to create a square shape but not too full. She had TONS of hair in back and very fine hair in front. Blunt bangs with a tiny corner lift to accentuate her brow line. I styled this using @hairstorystudio Powder for volume and balm all through the ends for separation. Thank you all for joining my virtual class eduction series. ❤️ it’s so fun to see all the stories and all of you out there cutting your own little French bobs today. It really lifts my spirits to be able to connect with you all. Thank you to my amazing, woman owned, education agency @theleftbraingroup For all of the support and helping me feel confident to share. Xo, Jayne . . #jaynematthews #frenchbob #bob #bangs #razorcut #sfhair #oaklandhair #bobhaircut

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I always loved this one 🎈 How are you feeling? I’m tired, but I’m hopeful spirits (today) .. I miss hugging people. I’m going to NEVER take human contact for granted again. Maybe this quarantine will cure our device addiction and bring us back to each other?! Anyway, this French bob makeover happened in Denver at my first ever class with my agency @theleftbraingroup ✨ Thank you again to @needleinthehaysalon for hosting me and coming to my hands on class only 2 weeks ago. I have no idea what will come of all of this but I wish you all health like I say and every post. I am grateful that you are out there. And I’m grateful for the past two years I spent traveling the country and teaching super inspired hairstylists how to do what I do. Even if us hairdressers are a little handicapped right now to say the least there is still so much to be grateful for. Have a beautiful Tuesday ❤️ . . #frenchbob #effortlesshair #razorcut #edosalon #jaynematthews #bob #organichair #bangs

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Razor cut French bob ❤️ cut blunt with deep interior weight removal for kicks and flips. I did this cut fir a class I taught at my friend’s beautiful shop in Petaluma, Ca @thepinepetaluma thank you to @great_amerika for being my hair model (and a great stylist herself) Hair cleansed with New Wash original formula. Styled using Undressed texture spray for root lift and Hair Balm for ends. All my favorite eco friendly products linked in my bio with a 20% discount. I’m super excited to teach this haircut on Monday in my virtual bob class. Tickets available @theleftbraingroup XO, Jayne . . #frenchbob #razorbob #bobhaircut #bob #jaynematthews #edosalon #hairstory #razorcut

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Shag makeover ❤️ I love the before photo without bangs as well. The face framing layers make her cheekbones just pop out 🙂 This is all her natural texture. I don’t use curling irons or a round brush to achieve the waves and flips. Just carve bits away to enhance movement. Cleansed with new wash original formula ( this is the new wash formula I use 95% of the time on everyone) … I added just a tiny bit of balm to the ends for definition. Mostly the volume is created by the cut.. and a ton of undressed spray which adds body and texture. So the whole thing looks “lived in” and not overly styled. Link in my bio for info. Update on SF salons. We are currently not allowed to work outside so at this moment curbside hair won’t be an option. Still waiting on Alemeda county’s idea of this crazy plan to work outdoors. Xo, Jayne . . #shaghaircut #jaynematthews #edosalon #shag #curtainbangs #razorcut #sfhair #oaklandhair #effortlesshair #bangs #naturalhairstyles #organichair #bohemianhair #longlayers

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Good morning and sweet Monday to you. Before and after of how texture can change from a cut and the right product❤️ I’ve spent the last two weeks hustling like somehow I could be some sort of voice for stylists telling them to shut their shops, go inside, embrace our new virtual reality, and help their clients with their hair in a new way….scrolling like crazy through old videos to give you guys some kind of material to enjoy looking at. Today I kind of hit the wall and decided it’s time for me to hang the art on my walls of this condo loft we moved into almost 6 months ago now. It’s time to buy a bigger rug for my floor because it doesn’t feel cozy and it turns out we are hanging out at home a lot these days. It’s time to sew the buttons that have fallen off my clothing. Six months ago we lost everything we owned when our house was environmentally contaminated. So I don’t have a lot of junk to get rid of but this might be a good time to think about the things I might want to replace. Like the sewing machine I lost. It was my grandmothers. Her name is Sylvia and I named my daughter after her. Are used to make dresses and all kinds of fun things to wear. Imagine the costumes I could be sewing for my daughter right now? The pandemic has me really scared and if I sit still for a second I will start looking at the news or reading about young people who died suddenly in the night from lack of oxygen. After seeming totally healthy the day before. I’m completely scared. My brain instantly goes to creative ideas and wanting to do something I’m good at. So tonight I decided to get over myself and I reached out to a painter I love @anne_siems_art and I hired her to be my teacher. I’m going to have art tutorials once a week. I’ve been giving tutorials for money and now I can give money for tutorials. I’ve been working hard for long time and maybe now I could hire a teacher to teach me something new. I don’t know if I will share ever when I paint or draw but I’m excited to be a student. when we have properly snuffed out this virus I’m going straight to New York and taking classes from my favorite hairstylists. Xo, Jayne #btconeshot2020_boblob

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Morning! I’m feeling so excited to be starting work today at @edosalonandgallery for the first time since my accident. Just a 1/2 day but my heart is thrilled. We also just made a date for my virtual workshop teaching my first signature shag. It’s really more like shaggy layers. Basically I teach how to carefully carve petals into the hair to remove unwanted heavy straight pieces and set whatever waves are hiding in there free. I also focus on adding volume to the crown and framing the face in a way that makes the best features pop. My first two workshops sold out extremely quickly. I’m working on lots of education coming so I have a whole evolved program. Big love to you all can’t wait to share some work. this hair was cleansed with new wash original formula. Are used a ton of salt spray at the roots to create the crown volume that goes with the cut. Almost all the way air dried with a little bit of hair balm on the ends. All eco-friendly clean air products. . . #jaynematthews #edosalon #shaghaircut #shag #curtainbangs

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Makeovers are my favorite thing in the ENTIRE world. Scroll➡️ to see her personality change… A shag (when done right), is the number one easiest and most versatile. I’m convinced. It’s about highlighting and leaving what subtle details that make a personality pop. And everybody is different… Sexy, strong, childlike, sophisticated…. whatever is there. I’m grateful to be known for my favorite cut. My guess is the shag came to America by one of the rock girls of the 60’s wanting to copy the rock boys in Britain. My guess is she took a ponytail, putting it on her forehead, and gnawed it off with a pair of rusty kitchen shears. It’s just my guess.. but i bet that’s what happened. It all starts in the kitchen by a creative. This hair cleansed with #Newwash and styled using organic salt spray at the roots and #undressed at the ends by @hairstorystudio ….. In my opinion, when you shampoo hair with typical moisturizing professional shampoo, The hair gets fluffy and frizzy. Then you need to blow dry it, smooth it down with heat, or use a curling iron. It becomes less natural looking. Fancy hair is amazing but if you want it to look effortless, the cut can speak for itself. . . #effortlesshair #edosalon #shaghaircut #shag #bangs #handstyling #jaynematthews #lahair #oaklandhair #makeover #70shair #bohemianhair

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Reposting one from last year at this time. I miss looking at faces and making a shape that will actually frame them differently. I’ve been teaching so many people how to cut their bangs. I give them all the little sweet spot of where their bangs should be cut to look best on their face shape and bone structure. For the past few years I have loved a longer, heavy fringe. I’m looking at my old photographs and considering shorter more choppy fringes that would look equally as beautiful on the person’s face shape. I don’t actually have a real people in front of me so my clients before photos are fun to look at and consider what I would do differently if they came in today and wanted something new. This is how I am practicing my skills and keeping my eye sharp. I don’t really like cutting hair on mannequin heads. They don’t have the organic bone structure and hairlines and growth patterns and texture that makes humans… human. I’m sure eventually I will start playing with one but so far the way I’m practicing is by looking at pictures and asking myself what would work besides what I did. This is the reason I love before and after pictures. You can really see the change you made and you can ask yourself what you would have done differently or what you could do differently. Anyway, that’s my thought process for today. This hair was cleansed with @hairstorystudio new wash to take the frizz away. I styled it using salt spray at the roots for a little bit of lift and I put balm on it when the hair was wet to create separation. We defused it so it dried the way it would air drying. All my favorite products are added to my site right now. Be safe out there! Things may be looking a little bit better but we still need to be super, super safe. Xo, Jayne . . #shaghaircut #beforeandafter #curtainbangs #shag #lahair #bomemianhair #texturedbangs #coolgirlhair #effortlesshair #jaynematthews #edosalon

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