Vlasové trendy sa každým rokom menia a určite už ani teba nebavia klasické farby ako blond, hnedá, čierna či červená. Ak sa nebojíš experimentovať a náhodou máš cestu do Ameriky, určite sa objednaj k artistke Ursule Goff, ktorá svojimi dielami vyráža dych.

Na akú farbu si ukážeš, to ti dokáže vyčarovať na vlasoch. Slnečnice, dúha, polárna žiara či mnoho ďalších, Ursula nepozná žiadne obmedzenia. Niet divu, že ju na Instagrame sleduje viac ako 130-tisíc ľudí.

Veď takéto niečo dokáže vykúzliť len skutočný umelec a profesionál. Nepochybujeme, že ak by si sa s takýmto účesom ocitla v slovenských uliciach, každý by sa za tebou obzeral. Čo na to hovoríš ty? Nechala by si sa na takýto farebný účes nahovoriť?

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I picked up a concept from close examination of some of Georgia O’Keefe’s enlarged flower paintings; it’s especially visible in her Red Canna painting (similar palette as this, as well). As you can probably tell, I’ve used it as inspiration many times over the course of my career. Client gets a 6R permanent color with @matrix Cult overlay in Red Hot for the deep red base. Then I added a weft of more brightly colored hair that had been colored with this particular technique. The weft was broken into four sections, and every other section matches. So that means two sections will be colored, top to bottom, coral, orange, yellow, while the other two sections are colored in the reverse order: yellow, orange, coral (second photo). You basically just take decent sized sections and use the same colors, but reverse the pattern from top to bottom. I think it makes a really striking effect and it works for basically any set of colors, naturals included. You can mix it with a base color like I did here (the 6R), or you can do deeper sections and just let the technique speak for itself (my Reese’s pieces hair is a good example of that). The trick is to just make sure there is a distinct light, dark, and midtone, and that they all have an opportunity to lay next to each other. 🎇🎇🎇 Also, don’t forget that extensions of any type – sew in wefts, clip ins, tape ins, etc. – are a fantastic way to add color to a client’s hair. They are especially helpful if your client has a lot of color buildup or integrity troubles that could make changing their color difficult, or it they are commitment-phobes and want the option to take the color out any time they want. #matrix #matrixpartner #socolorcult #redhair #firehair #gingergair #hairextensions #colortechnique #georgiaokeeffeinspired #artinspiredhair #beautylaunchpad #behindthechair #americansalon #modernsalon #ittakesapro #fckinghair #fiidnt

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My daughter comes home from Peru today! The house hasn’t been the same without her. Pretty sure that once both my kids are gone, I may have some serious empty nest syndrome. I really like my kids; they’re growing up to be smart, considerate, hard working, hilarious people, and I genuinely enjoy their company. Even just eavesdropping on the two of them talking to each other is often entertaining; they make each other laugh but also have surprisingly thoughtful discussions sometimes. Our house will be so empty and quiet once they’re both gone 😩😩😩When your kids moved out, how did you handle it? Were you excited or sad or relieved or not ready? What did you do to cope with any negative feelings you had? #thescream #edvardmunch #symbolistart #artonhair #paintingsonhair

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Orchid balayage. Getting ready to start up Carl Sagan’s “Cosmos”. I actually started it a long time ago, when I was a kid, but for some reason, didn’t finish. Which is weird for me, because up until a few years ago, I was one of those people that HAD to finish a book, even if I hated it. My guess is I may have gotten sidetracked by another book or project. Anyway, one of his other books, “The Dragons of Eden”, is one of my favorite books. First of all, he’s an excellent writer; he brought an uncommon warmth and humanity to science literature. Second of all, it’s a FASCINATING examination of how humans have evolved, and how we may further evolve with technology. He actually manages to tie together many of the more common mythologies across religions into realistic explanations of what those mythologies may have been trying to explain. While of course it’s all conjecture, there are some interesting concepts to mull over; we typically don’t tend to think of science and religion as having much overlap, but he takes a damn good shot at integrating the two. His take on the story of Cain and Abel is one of the most profound, I think. I had always found that story a bit odd: that god had rejected Cain’s offerings from his crops. It doesn’t really say why. Sagan suggests, however, that Cain and Abel actually represent two different types of *societies*, rather than individuals; Abel is nomadic hunter-gatherer humans pre-agriculture, and Cain is post-agriculture humans living in cities. The idea is that nature, and thus god, rejects Cain’s society because it is not in balance with nature and leads to greed, crime, and governments waging wars for resources. Whereas Abel’s society only takes what they need and they live within the confines of natural law. Obviously, there’s more to it than what I’ve said here – but that explanation actually made more sense to me than if Cain and Abel were individuals. This book helped me make peace with the struggles I’d had with my belief system. It’s important to me for things to make sense, and reading it relieved a lot of confusion I’d had. #orchids #orchidhair #bluehair #purplehair #naturehaircolor #matrix #matrixpartner #socolorcult

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