Early sunsets, light coats, and pumpkin spice. It’s fall and you know it. And as always, we feel a natural desire to change—if not ourselves, our looks—just like the seasons. This year, hair rules Color Director Jackie Challenger gives us 4 color inspirations to transition into the cold seasons. 1. Did you get highlights for summer? Instead of redoing them, go for rich, warm chocolate browns as on her client Jasmine Cephas Jones. It’s always a major look for fall. View this post on Instagram Color X @Jaxcee Cut X @Dickeyrules on @Jazzy_joness for @theuntitledmagazine 📸 : @tina_turnbow. Her movie @blindspotting is in theaters now! #jasminecephasjones #blindspotting #brunette #lob A post shared by jaxcee (@jaxcee) on Aug 9, 2018 at...
After growing up in a family in the medical field, Leanna went in the opposite direction and fell in love with the arts. From her Bronx home she went to a high school in the East Village, and the neighborhood’s vibe of punks and artists sparked her to dye her hair for the first time. She practiced color on her friends and family, and right after college she decided to take it a step further. She attended Arrojo Cosmetology School and within a year obtained her NYS Cosmetology license. As someone recently embracing her natural curls, after years of chemically straightening her hair, she found a home at hair rules where she learned that color can be done on natural...
There have been many questions sent in about low porosity hair especially those that fall under the 4C type. In this episode, a follower asks if it's unrealistic of her to expect her hair, both 4C and low porosity, to be super soft.
Dickey explains that it's not. Find out why in this episode of Ask Dickey!
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Dickey discusses one of his favorite topics: steaming hair. There has been a lot of questions sent about steaming, so we decided to give a general overview of Dickey's thoughts on the subject. Enjoy!
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For those of us who lead an active lifestyle AND wear our hair natural, it has become a conundrum how to maintain a curly style. The keyword here is "maintain". A curly style, as it turns out, is a style that is not meant to preserve. Dickey talks about this issue in this week's episode of Ask Dickey!
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