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Going from Brunette to Blonde

Going from Brunette to Blonde

As a Blonde Specialist Salon we help a lot of our clients go from brunette to blonde. This photo is a great representation of the journey from brown to blonde in realistic stages. Whether you are doing an all over bleach, balayage or foil highlights it is normal to expect a middle stage which will reveal the warm tones in the hair before it can be taken to the lightest white or platinum blonde. The main focus on making a successful transition is about keeping your hair healthy and being realistic as to the stages you will need to go through to...

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Is the Cezanne Keratin hair treatment really worth it?

Is the Cezanne Keratin hair treatment really worth it?

  Keratin treatments are supposed to reduce frizz, make your hair soft and smooth. Actually, they differ in names, as their components deal with the problem very well.  According to Arsen Gurgov, owner of Arsen Gurgov Salon in New York City, a Brazilian blowout and a keratin treatment are both smoothing treatments that cover the outer layer of your hair to make it soft for a time, they reduce frizz, add gloss and shorten styling time. The difference is only in brand. So if your stylist prefers Brazilian blowout, it doesn’t mean a keratin treatment is bad, it’s just your...

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DevaCurl Hair Cut - Why it's the best for Curly Girls!

DevaCurl Hair Cut - Why it's the best for Curly Girls!

  What is a DevaCut and why is it Perth's Best Curly Haircut? The Devacut is a special technique for cutting curly, wavy or coily hair. The cut is more about making each curl look its best and not just a way to “tame” the curls. The cut is created on dry hair so the stylist sees how each curl will fall and each individual curl is shaped. You determined your style after your consultation with your stylist before the cutting process. How is it different to a normal haircut? Curly hair is not like straight hair so when stylists...

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The 5 Best Hair Care Tips for Blondes + Brondes

The 5 Best Hair Care Tips for Blondes + Brondes

If you are like us, you love to colour your hair blonde with foils, freehand highlights, balayage and on scalp lightening! To keep your hair healthy and extend the length of your 'fresh from the salon' colour we suggest creating a hair care routine, just like you would with you skin care. With a little bit of special attention you can save yourself from many of the common hair issues and even permanent damage.Wants to go blonde?   Tame the Frizz You may not realise that you, not your hair, is the cause of your constant fight against frizzy, fluffy hair!  When...

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How to Prepare For Your First DevaCut - 4 Tips before your Curly Hair Cut

How to Prepare For Your First DevaCut - 4 Tips before your Curly Hair Cut

 Few things are more scary for a Babe with curly hair than walking into a salon for a haircut. In fact I know Curly Haired Babes who have refused to get their Hair cut for years, because of bad hair cuts in the past! The fact is not knowing how your curls will end up is terrifying, and You can't just go to any Hair Salon, as traditional hairs cuts and cutting techniques were created for straight hair. In comes the Devacurl Curly Hair Cut at Perth's One Hair Salon. The life changing, revolutionary cutting technique for cutting curly hair. The advantage of our...

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How to Beautifully Embrace Your Grey...by going Blonde!

How to Beautifully Embrace Your Grey...by going Blonde!

Going grey can be an emotional roller coaster! You may not be ready to accept your new silver strands and once there is nothing but grey growing in at your roots, the hassle of trying to hide your greys under traditional brown or black tints becomes a futile, time-consuming and expensive task. Inevitably every 4 weeks you have a grey hairline showing through that is highly visible as it contrasts against the darker tint shades. The other option of going completely natural isn't that appealing either. While some women look stunning with silver hair not everybody's hair naturally goes that colour. And don’t...

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