Women’s Hairstyle Trends

Written by: Denise Zingale Date of published: . Posted in Blow-dry Hairstyling, fall hairstyles, Fashion, Hair Color, hair texture, Holiday Hairstyles, News, Publications, Summer hairstyles, thinning hair, Tips, Uncategorized, Up-do's, Winter Hair Care, Women's Hairstyles

By: Denise Zingale Travis / D’MAZ Lifestyle Salon (216) 292-HAIR (4247)

Women’s hairstyle trends today are diversified and provide endless creativity when it comes to innovations and new beauty looks.

From timeless all-natural and highly textured hairstyles to extravagant braids, updos and twists, Women’s hairstyle trends show immense incentives and complementing style alternatives for all hair types and face shapes to highlight your best features. Check out some of these great hairstyle trends below!

Half-Up Half-Down Hairstyles ~
Being the intermediate variant between loose hair and stylish updo’s, half-up half-down hairstyles are one easy way of concealing a bad hair day. These effortless and versatile hairstyles make a continuous comeback especially with the addition of minimalist metallic hair accessories.

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All Forms of Ponytails ~
When it comes to the most versatile and coolest Women’s hairstyles, the ponytail comes first on the list. This hair style has been reinvented, revitalized and refreshed. Whether you have long, medium-length or short hair long enough to be put into a ponytail, this hair style is the perfect thing you can consider for looking effortless and chic on a daily basis, as well as for making a big style statement on special events. High or low ponytails can be full & bouncy, sleek and glossy, bubbled, slightly textured, or softly crimped.

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Buns, Knots and Twists ~
Women’s alternative to the structured updo’s are buns, knots & twists.

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Braided Hairstyles ~
Braided hairstyles compliment any taste and personality. For the ultimate elegant outcome you can consider the braided buns.

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Crimped Hair ~
Coming from the nineties, crimped hair is again “trendy” and adds so much texture to hair whether wearing it in a ponytail or loose for a “waffle” texture look. To achieve the crimped look, you will need a hair crimper, or you can braid wet hair, let it dry completely and then unravel or braid dry hair and then pass the sections through a flat iron a few times, cool it, then unravel the braids and enjoy this trendy chic hairstyle!

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Looking to wear some of these wonderful hairstyles but just are not sure about achieving the “look”? Call Denise (216) 292-4247 and schedule an appointment to have her professionally style your hair whether it be for a fun, casual event or a dressier affair!

 

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The Clavicut

Written by: Denise Zingale Date of published: . Posted in Blow-dry Hairstyling, fall hairstyles, Fashion, Hair Color, hair texture, Holiday Hairstyles, make-overs, New Products, News, Spring hairstyles, Summer hairstyles, thinning hair, Tips, Uncategorized, Up-do's, Wellness, Women's Hairstyles

By Denise Zingale Travis / D’MAZ Lifestyle Salon (216) 292-HAIR (4247)

Have you heard of the clavicut? This current “beauty buzzword” describes mid-length, in-between hair, long bobs, and shoulder-length styles. The name comes from the fact that the longest layers of this type of cut graze the clavicle, and this collarbone-skimming style has become the hairdo of choice due to its functionality and ease. It’s been a long few seasons of bobs, lobs, swags, shags, etc. You may have opted for one of these styles, or seriously thought about it and decided to keep your long layers anyway. The Clavicut is a trend almost anyone can get behind; young or mature,  growing out a shorter cut, or looking for a change to the same old “long”.

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This style can be tailored to your face shape and hair type, although this length is great for anyone. Consider blunt edges for a more dramatic look, or soft layers to blend thicker textures. To make it more modern, opt for bangs with your clavicut for a statement look.

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With this length; wearing your hair down won’t weigh you down and up-styles are still romantic. You will still have enough length to successfully air dry, without having a tangled mess or tons of flyaways – it is the perfect middle ground for easy styling and easy care. Although saying good-bye to your long locks might sound scary, this cut could be life changing, in the best way. Opt for a new outlook with this style and shed some of your inhibitions along with those inches. Call: (216) 292-4247 to schedule an appointment for your new look today!

View more hairstyle inspirations here! “Lob” & Bob hairstyles: https://dmazsalon.com/fabulous-lob-bob-hairstyles/ “SWAG” hairstyles: https://dmazsalon.com/the-swag/

 

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Color & Haircut Make-over

Written by: Denise Zingale Date of published: . Posted in Blow-dry Hairstyling, Color make-over, Fashion, hair texture, make-overs, Spring hairstyles, Summer hairstyles, Up-do's, Women's Hairstyles

By: Denise Zingale Travis / D’MAZ Lifestyle Salon (216) 292-HAIR (4247)

A new client with thick, naturally wavy hair came in this week with approximately 1″ of regrowth and chunky highlights done on the top of her head and underneath around her nape for when she wore her hair up.

A new base color one level lighter than what she previously had been wearing was chosen to soften her look and bring out her light brown eye color. After processing the new base color, a full head of small weaved highlights were done due to her hair’s thickness to brighten up the entire head and blend in the chunkier highlights on the top. Her color service was followed up with Olaplex for 15 minutes & a protein/moisture conditioner for 5 minutes.

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At the styling chair, a leave-in color saver was applied followed by Aquage SeaExtend silkening oil treatment and straightening ultragel. Her hair was blown-dry straight and lightly flat ironed before finishing off her haircut dry with a “Clavicut” style. The Clavicut style can be tailored to face shape and hair type ~ worn straight, wavy or curly. The longest layers of this cut graze the clavicle and this collarbone-skimming style is fast becoming the hairstyle of choice for all ages due to its functionality and ease. With this style, she will be able to wear her hair down without it weighing her down and her up-do styles will still be very romantic.

Looking for a haircut or color change? Don’t know if the “Clavicut” is for you? Let me help you decide! Contact me today to help you with your choice of a new style or hair color to help you look and feel the best you can now! ~ Denise Zingale Travis (216) 292-4247

 

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Celtic Knot Hairstyle

Written by: Denise Zingale Date of published: . Posted in Blow-dry Hairstyling, Tips, Uncategorized, Up-do's, Women's Hairstyles

By: Denise Zingale Travis / D’MAZ Lifestyle Salon (216) 292-HAIR (4247)

This Celtic knot technique is great for so many different occasions.
You can wear it straight (as shown here) or with waves/curls for an extra romantic feeling.

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1. Pick up two pieces of hair, one on each side. Make sure they are long enough to create the knot.
2. Make a loop with one of the pieces of hair.
3. Take the other piece of hair and cross it over to the other side.

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4. Pull the hair under the looped strand.
5. Pull the hair through the loop as shown.
6. And thread it under the strand on the other side.

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7. Pull the hair through the loop again as shown.
8. Pull on the ends of the two pieces of hair and see the Celtic knot take its shape. Pull on it to make it even and to create more volume in it. Secure the knot with bobby pins if needed. Wear this Celtic Knot technique in the back or on the side. Enjoy!

Learn how to do a Knotted Updo! >>

 

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Knotted Updo

Written by: Denise Zingale Date of published: . Posted in Blow-dry Hairstyling, fall hairstyles, Fashion, Holiday Hairstyles, make-overs, Spring hairstyles, Summer hairstyles, Tips, Uncategorized, Up-do's, Winter Hair Care, Women's Hairstyles

By: Denise Zingale Travis / D’MAZ Lifestyle Salon (216) 292-HAIR (4247)

This Knotted Updo is simple to execute and is perfect for day or night. Wear it as a sleek pony, or pin it up for a casual updo.

Step-by-step tutorial is below. (Click on a picture for larger view)

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Steps:

1. Divide hair at the crown of the head into two even sections, then tie into a simple knot.

2. Add hair to each side of the knot (as you would doing a french braid) then tie into another knot below the first.

3. Repeat previous step for a third section, pulling hair from each side.

4. Use the remaining amount of hair for the fourth and final knot.

5. Fasten the bottom with an elastic band. You can either leave the style as a low ponytail or (6) tuck the hair up and underneath the knots with bobby pins to create an updo.

Learn How to Make The Celtic Knot Hairstyle »

 

 

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Hairstyle Ideas for Holiday Party Season

Written by: Denise Zingale Date of published: . Posted in Fashion, hair texture, Holiday Hairstyles, make-overs, Tips, Uncategorized, Up-do's, Women's Hairstyles

Hairstyle inspiration for any Holiday occasion

Holiday hair short & tossled

 

Short and Tousled
Use a curling wand to frame loose waves around your face.

 

Holiday hair side braid

 

A Side Braid
Pull back one side with a horizontal French braid to show a smoky eye.

 

Holiday hair teased ponytail

 

A Teased Ponytail
Make your pony a conversation starter ~ curl, tease, pin up & spray.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Holiday hair braided top knot

 

A Braided Top Knot
For a more traditional up-do, have a professional hairstylist do this or take two hair pieces and braid them then pin braids around a loose bun.

 

Holiday hair double head band

 

Double Headband
For a little something easier you can do at home ~the teased bun and the double headband.

 

Holiday hair jeweled headband

 

 

A Jeweled Headband
Even more pressed for time? Middle-part + low bun + jeweled headband = ready!

 

 

 

 

 

Holiday hair crown braid

 

A Tight Crown Braid
A Scandinavian-inspired crown.

 

Holiday hair low chignon

 

A Sleek Chignon
~ sophisticated low bun.

 

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An Added Barrette
For a more mature look, use a vintage-inspired clip in a low twist.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Holiday hair messy twist

 

 

A Messy Twist For curly ladies! Twist sections of hair in a somewhat haphazard way and secure with bobby pins. The result is surprisingly chic.

 

 

This a great time to dress up your hair and your look. Call now to book your Holiday hairstyle whether it be one of these looks above or a blow out with curls or sleek and straight! Let me help you look and feel the best you can this Holiday season ~ Denise Zingale Travis (216) 292-HAIR (4247). “Beautifying people and the planet everyday”

HAPPY HOLIDAYS! Denise Zingale Travis / D’MAZ Lifestyle Salon

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Rolled Up-do

Written by: Denise Zingale Date of published: . Posted in fall hairstyles, Fashion, hair texture, Holiday Hairstyles, Tips, Uncategorized, Up-do's, Women's Hairstyles

By, Denise Zingale Travis / D’MAZ Lifestyle Salon (216) 292-HAIR (4247)

Need to get ready quickly or maybe you’re looking for a new look for a Holiday dinner or party ~ this Rolled Up-do may be just the thing!

This chic but casual look is simple to create just follow the steps below.

1. Begin with a loose, low ponytail.            2. Part hair above the hair-tie.           3. Pull pony up and through into a topsy.

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4. Repeat previous step into another topsy.

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5. Use your index finger and wrap another topsy to create the roll.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6. Continue to roll until you run out of ponytail.         7. Fasten under the roll with bobby pins until it feels secure.

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To achieve this look on shorter hair, skip step 4 and just wrap the topsy tail around your finger once, then use extra bobby pins to fasten any shorter pieces into the roll. If you have curly hair, follow the same steps – your final look will just be more tousled.

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Technique Tuesday Hairstyles!

Written by: Denise Zingale Date of published: . Posted in Blow-dry Hairstyling, fall hairstyles, Fashion, hair texture, News, Publications, Spring hairstyles, Summer hairstyles, Tips, Uncategorized, Up-do's

Technique Tuesday PictureBy: Denise Zingale Travis / D’MAZ Lifestyle Salon (216) 292-HAIR (4247) 

 

 

         Do-It-yourself Braided Hairband                    Twisted & Wrapped Ponytail Hairstyle

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