Asked by madge-
Well honestly, I’d say to use salon brands. Schwarzkopf has an awesome color protect shampoo. BUT, I also know that A) it’s expensive, and B) it’s a summer camp. It’ll run out quick, and it’s not exactly the place to bring nice shampoo and conditioner.
So, if I were you, I’d bring any sort of color protect shampoo. Most store brand shampoos have wax in them. (the same wax that is used to shine apples). But in your case it might actually help. It helps people with split ends, because it seals them, and it will probably help seal in your color. I like Herbal Essences shampoo and conditioner. They have a color protect shampoo called Color Me Happy. Think about getting that or something like it.
Hope this helps! Have fun at camp :)
Asked by underrocksandbelowbridges
Oh I love doing this kind of stuff :)
I looked at your dress- first of all- CUTE. Not bad for a bridesmaid dress! No “27 dresses” throwback! :)
The good thing about your dress is that you can wear your hair up or down. But since you want to wear it down, but don’t want to curl it, I’d wear it half up, half down.
I’d back comb the crown and make it into a cute little “poof” and maybe use some cute bobby pins (they have diamond ones at Sally’s) to pin it half up. You just don’t want to be as dressy as the bride’s hair. So this is a happy medium. Dressy, but not over done.
The jewelry choices sound perfect. Just stick with studs though for the earrings, and nothing too chunky for the necklace or bracelet. Think simple and delicate.
Hope this helps!!
Asked by Anonymous
Well I’m assuming you’re doing them to someone else? Because I highly suggest not cutting your own layers!
To cut layers in someone else’s hair, take a vertical section of hair, and hold it straight out. When you pull your fingers down to the end, you’ll notice that the bottom piece is shorter than the hair higher up. There will be hair that progressively gets longer. All you do is take your shears, and point cut that extra hair off to make it all the same length as the bottom piece.
Easy as that! If you want even shorter layers, project the hair up higher and cut.
Hope this helps!