Tuesday, January 07, 2020

Haircut For Spring Fine Hair


 The New Bob
Actress Mary Pickford, said, “I could give a lengthy and, I think, convincing discourse about long hair making a woman more feminine, but there is some doubt in my mind as to whether it does or not. Of one thing I am sure: she looks smarter with a bob, and smartness rather than beauty seems to be the goal of every woman these days.” Suddenly what’s old is new again. The classic bob has received a celebrity update.
One of the best haircuts for fine, thin, and limp hair, the bob creates thicker, fuller locks. Worn sleek and blown dry or with the edges flecked and easy, the bob is easy to maintain. To Get the Look; Shampoo with Judaysia VS Volumizing Shampoo to add volume and shine.  Spray on Judaysia Your Highness to give lift and prevent the split in the back. Blow dry with a big round boar bristle brush for a sleek look or fleck the edges up for an easy soft look. Available at judaysia.com.

Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Holiday Hair


 Accessorize
A bounty of bows, bands, and clips were seen on the runway. From barrettes and clips, to ribbons, brooches, and head bands designers are in love with hair accessories. At Simone Rocha coveted antique style barrettes held back wispy strands or enhanced cropped styles. In Paris Chanel took head dressing to new  ultra-chic highs with the logo emblazoned crystal clip. Sparkly hair slides, ribbons, and camellias adorned simple clean healthy hair. Head bands were made new again with intricate embellishments that sat neatly from ear-to-ear. Use a single clip or go all out with an abundance of clips scattered across the head.  Get the look with simple backcombing to add a necessary grip. Spray on Judaysia VS Volumizing Spray the stylist choice to give your hair hold.  Available at judaysia.com.


Sunday, October 20, 2019

Moschino Hair Makeup

Backstage Beauty
Moschino served up bright paint-splotched chignons for spring. Inspired by the traditions of Picasso’s native Spain, Julien d’Ys crafted Spanish-style chignons. Each model either wore a custom wig or had their hair parted down the middle, twisted at the base of the neck, and pinned into a voluminous knot. But that was only the beginning of his idiosyncratic homage: the stylist administered strokes of paint in shades of red, pink, blue, green, and yellow down the hair for a “touch of color.” Offsetting the shocks of pigment, makeup artist Kabuki sought to evoke Picasso in a minimalistic way by saturating the lips in MAC’s Retro Matte Liquid lip color in the cult red shade Feels So Grand and tracing on black negative-space liner in thin, extended wings. Imbuing perennial classics with painterly accents, the Picasso beauty brought an imaginative, all-encompassing surrealism to Milan. Visit Judaysia at judaysia.com

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Haircut for Fine Thin Hair

Chop and Change
Try a new short style for the season ahead.  Length on top gives
 short hair extra fullness. Hair color also helps to plump up the volume.
Thicken every strand with Judaysia Explode. Made with the most advanced cell rejuvenating antioxidants to promote growth and help stop fallout. Organic plants and flowers rejuvenate limp, thin, locks.  
Available at http://judaysia.com/explode.html


Sunday, August 04, 2019

Shag Haircut for Fine Hair


The Shag
The catwalks saw the return of some hairstyle classics – from long plaits and low ponytails to simple center partings and elegant hair accessories – all re-imagined with modern twists. Barrettes, brooches, and slides adorned simple half-up hair styles. The center part was everywhere straight down the middle. Disco waves were full and frothy at Michael Kors. Think Jerry Hall. However, the standout was the return of the shag hair cut at Louis Vuitton. A modern take on the shag with soft layers, long fringe, and lots of volume. The low maintenance cut is great for wavy, curly, fine, and straight hair. Have your haircut with Volumtechnics by Judaysia to build body into fine, limp, and thin hair. Write Judaysia at judaysia.com.judaysia.com

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Head Band

Style Icon


Carolyn Bessette Kennedy possessed a unique ability to make the most humble pieces covetable. Her beauty choices were reflected in the way she dressed, with luminous blonde hair, often slicked back into an unfussy chignon or ponytail offset with a plastic Alice band or otherwise left to tumble down her shoulders, framing a make-up free face. Her style has left its mark on fashion, copied by Megan Markle.