After a few years of hard graft and having to wait a couple of months for her final certificates… Evie has officially finished and passed her Advanced Level 3 Qualification in Hairdressing with flying colours! Training doesn’t stop here… Evie's got a big year ahead with #stepupandshine2017 scholarship, theres always more to learn #hayssalon #educationiskey #smileandshake
PRODUCT // L'Oreal Tecniart Beach Waves
WHAT IT IS // Texturising salt water spray
PERFECT FOR // All hair types
Giving that on-trend beachy hair effect, with a no-rough touch.
HOW TO USE // Spray onto wet or dry hair
Define sections of hair with your fingers for texturised volume.
Evie shows how you can quickly accessorise your hair with some fresh flowers
Since it's festival season... We thought we'd throw together a few different ways to accessorise your hair. We're loving these hair accessories because we have seen them loads on the catwalk and it's so easy to do yourself... give it a go!!
This season I am loving the chilled out vibes in clothing and hair. Currently the latest trends on the catwalk are showing just how cool it really is to be seen in joggers and gym wear. To accompany this I created a modern twist on the classic pony by creating what I like to call the triple pony. Try this at home for the ultimate gym look this season. Check out our blog for more videos www.hayssalon.co.uk/blog/
When I'm on holiday I HATE my hair being down, so these are my 3 favourite ways to style my hair when I'm in the sun. Braids braids and more braids!
We're always getting asked by our clients "how do you wave your hair like that?"
It's SO easy to do, so here's a quick video showing how simple it is to create soft, beachy waves using a curling wand and a couple of products to make your hair super textured! I used L’Oreal Constructor, Crepage de chignon and some Infinium hairspray to finish, give it a try yourself!
This season I am loving the 90’s vibe that is not only trending on the catwalks but also on the high street. Double buns have been around for a while now. I decided to put a slight twist on this classic by adding a zig zag parting and placing the buns lower down.
Have fun with this easy to create style and try this at home.