Last updated 8 months ago
When you’re helping a bride prepare for her big day, you want to do all that you can to ensure that the ceremony is as magical as she’s always imagined. This includes making her look her best, from her hair down to her shoes. Though there is always the classic bun or spiral curl style, there are a variety of styles trending right now that veer toward the natural or vintage—the hairstylist is there to help her choose the style that’ll fit best. Here are some special hairstyles you can try to help your client glow at the altar.
One of the biggest trends right now in wedding hairstyles is natural looking waves. As a hairstylist, you can play with this base style. The style can be left down, put half up, or fitted into a loose updo, but make sure that the waves have the strength to remain intact all day long.
Vintage looks are on the rise, especially when it comes to hair. Put a modern twist on the vintage for a new look. Vintage looks include those luxurious waves that were so popular in the forties and fifties and a hairstyle perfect for a birdcage face mesh.
Some people have had a traditional wedding as part of their dreams since their childhood. As such, they’re going to want a classic wedding hairstyle, something that should remain a part of every hairstylist’s repertoire. Timeless looks include formal chignons and a loose updos adorned with flowers or berets.
Ballerina inspired hairstyles are also on the rise when it comes to wedding-day hair trends. These hairstyles include high and low buns and those centered around a hairband. By adding various gems and sparkles to the hairband, the bride will truly shine on her special day.
If you are interested in being a hairstylist and giving women the wedding day hairstyle that they’ve dreamt about, then visit Supercuts of ME, NH, and MA. Contact us by calling (978) 687-3636 or by visiting our website.
Last updated 8 months ago
We hope that our recent blogs helped you gain a better sense of what it’s like to join the team here at Supercuts of ME, NH, and MA. For even more exciting information about the world of hairdressing, be sure click through the following links. To speak with one of our friendly staff members about the hairstylist jobs available right now, give us a call at (978) 687-3636.
Did you know that pregnant women can dye their hair if stylists take extra precautions when choosing products? You can get more little-known facts about styling when you read this Woman’s Day article.
Don’t let your clients fall victim to the most commonly held myths about hair. Check out this CNN article to learn more about separating the truth from tall tales when it comes to styling.
It’s always a good idea to stay ahead of the trends as a hairstylist. Find out what’s hot for hair this spring by clicking through this slideshow from Harper’s Bazaar.
Encourage clients to adorn their updos with fun headbands, like the looks seen in this article by ModernSalon.com.
For even more inspiration to draw from when styling your clients’ hair this spring, turn to this fashionable piece from Allure magazine online.
Last updated 8 months ago
Hairstylists are constantly approached by curious clients seeking answers to some of their biggest questions concerning proper hair care. As their go-to gurus, it’s important for hairdressers to help clients separate the fads and the rumors from the truth when it comes to styling and maintaining a beautiful head of hair. Here is a closer look at some commonly held myths about hair, debunked:
Myth: Combing Hair from the Crown Downwards is an Effective Technique
Most women believe that running a comb or brush from the roots down to the bottom of the hair is the best way to brush out tangles and knots that form after sleeping or taking a shower. However, this technique could cause hair loss, as it puts pressure on the follicle. Advise clients to instead start from the bottom and work their way up.
Myth: The Hair Texture You Are Born with Won’t Ever Change
Over the course of your hairstyling career, you’re likely to cut hair that ranges considerably in terms of texture and thickness. What you may not realize, though, is that your same clients can undergo major changes in hair texture over time. These changes can typically be attributed to hormones, stress, and the aging process.
Myth: Regular Trims Play an Integral Role in Hair Growth
Another commonly held myth is that the more frequently you trim the ends of your hair, the faster it will grow in general. While it may not be a bad idea to trim dead ends every eight to 12 weeks, these regular cuts do not play a role in the growth rate of hair, which is actually determined by the follicles in the scalp.
As a hairstylist, one of your most important duties is to make sure your clients feel empowered to style and care for their new look. Here at Supercuts of ME, NH, and MA, we believe in providing stylists with a platform for creating a positive impact on their customers. To learn more about our business philosophy or to inquire about a position, contact us today at (978) 687-3636.
Last updated 8 months ago
As a hairstylist, you’ll be approached frequently by fashion-forward clients who want to keep their hair current, fresh, and seasonally appropriate. From the red carpet to the runways of major fashion houses, there are plenty of great resources that showcase the hottest hair trends popping up around the world. Here is a look at the trendiest hairstyles for spring:
A Twist on the Classic Chignon
For women with hair to the shoulders or longer, one of the easiest and most sophisticated looks to pull off is a low chignon. This spring, hairstylists are spicing up the classic look by adding creative knots that create the illusion of hair being tied together. The knotted chignon is a great choice for clients preparing for a night on the town or even a more formal affair, such as a spring wedding.
Simple yet Timeless Braids
The braid has made a huge comeback in the last year and doesn’t appear to be going anywhere anytime soon. This season’s take on the trendy look embraces tiny braids looped around the back of the head, as well as large, chunky plaits whose tails are creatively pinned up, as seen in Jason Wu’s spring show.
The Naturally Bouncy Look
With the sun reemerging after a cold, dark winter, now is the time for women to let their hair hang freely and embrace its natural texture. To play up the natural curl or bounce of your clients’ hair, add fun waves and volume that will elevate the look to a level that’s suitable for a major event or special occasion.
Other trends that are creating quite a buzz amongst celebrities and hairstylists alike include adding hair accessories like flowered headbands and slicking down the hair for a severe yet sexy look. As a stylist at Supercuts of ME, NH, and MA, you’ll have the opportunity to help clients achieve their perfect looks day in and day out. To learn more about working with us, call (978) 687-3636 today.
Last updated 9 months ago
For hairstylists, there are few things more exciting than perfecting a technique that can be used on numerous hair lengths and weights. One such cutting method that is suited for a variety of hair types is the vintage cut, a versatile technique that visually separates the hair in front. The end goal of the vintage hair-cutting technique is to leave your client with a cut that’s soft, round, and sexy, from the long pieces in the front to the choppy hair around the nape of the neck.
To begin the modern vintage cut, pin up the front section of hair from the top of the ear and begin point cutting the remaining hair layer by layer. For a step-by-step guide to completing this modern cut, check out this great video.
If you’d like to learn more about becoming a stylist at Supercuts of ME, NH, & MA, call us today at (978) 687-3636. Visit our website to see why you’ll love working with us to advance your career as a hairstylist.