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Both Lida and Maria like  Goldwell Style Sign 4 Top Whip Ultra Strong Volume Mouse for its maximum hold and long-lasting volume that is still blow-dryable.  It has  heat and color protection and is great for damaged hair.

Holly recommends KMS Styling Gel.  It  give unlimited volume and root-lift and strengthens hair.

HairCrafters Stylists at Harvard Square

HairCrafters Stylists at Harvard Square

I asked the stylists at HairCrafters at Harvard Square.

These are the products they use and recommend to make you look great!!!

Laura – “I love KMS HairStay Styling gel. It’s so versatile as a firm holding gel that never flakes or build up.”

Wili – “Can’t live without the Goldwell  Conditioning Spray .  I always use it before perms or colours.  You feel and see a nourishing care and repair effect for dry, damaged or stressed hair.”

Gayle –  “Always recommend Goldwell Style Sign 4 Top Whip Ultra Strong Volume Mouse for its maximum hold and long-lasting volume that is still blow-dryable.  It’s also ideal for damaged hair and has  heat and color protection.”

Khalida – “Goldwell Curl Kick Curl Gel Lotion is fabulous  for durable and frizz-free curls. It works great in creating, shaping and defining curls and waves with natural shine!”

Look for more recommendations from HairCrafters in upcoming blogs!

What’s in Style this Fall

September 7, 2011

The 70's Look

The 70's Look

While ’70s fashion is making waves and sure to continue on as a 2011 and 2012 fashion trend, there are several variants. And you know what that means; all the more ways to get lots of wear out of your key seventies pieces, by taking them from  ’70s boho to a more sophisticated look.

’70s sophisticated fashion by day

By day it’s all about clean yet voluminous silhouettes, and earthy ’70s colour palettes.

Look for:

  • High waisted wide-leg pants or flares, smartly belted in.
  • Neat bow-blouses, especially ones with billowing or bishop sleeves. Particularly great are fabrics like silk and satin.
  • Roll neck sweaters tucked into pants or skirts. Add to the ’70s effect by layering over beaded necklaces or a vest.
  • For those more daring, a pair of hot pants are the ultimate ’70s item.
  • A smart printed jumpsuit is another great alternative.

More hot fashion to come . . .