Fall Hair Tips From Always Gossip Salon
Madeira Beach Resident and owner of Always Gossip Salon, Johnny Ballard, offered a few hair tips for staying fashionable in the fall season.
Good hair is always in style, but there are some tips and tricks that you can do to make sure that your hair is healthy and fashionable for this fall season.
Johnny Ballard, owner of Always Gossip Salon and Madeira Beach based stylist, offered some tips to make sure that your hair is the best that it can be for Autumn.
- Pastels are in: Forget the bright and bold colors for the fall season. What’s vogue right now is the softer colors, Ballard said. Celebrities, like Kelly Osborne, are sporting lighter hues of blue, pink and purple and the colors are hot right now. Lanza Color, which is stocked at Always Gossip Salon, is botanical-based, so the pastels come out looking natural because of their floral base, Ballard said.
- Braid it your own way: While braids are in right now, it’s not just the typical braid, Ballard said. From braids that are tighter to ones that are frayed out a little, fun and unique braids help to define parts of your hair, and are easier for upkeep, Ballard said.
- Go Green with your hair: Being eco-friendly is the way to be, especially when it comes to hair. Using products like Onesta, which have no chemicals and are organic, are healthier for the earth, and your head.
- The Pomp is in: For men, going big is the way to go. Pompadours are back in fashion, Ballard said. The famous 50’s hair style is a versatile hair do that fits well, but some people might have to work with more product to keep the style looking good, Ballard said
- Find what you need: Finding a stylist who can work with you when working on your hair is the most important. Your hair is individual and needs to be treated as so, Ballard said.
While these are just a few tips, it’s also important to remember what you want to do.
“Whatever you like, is what’s in style,” Ballard said.
For a free consultation at Always Gossip, located at 10525 Park Boulevard #103 in Seminole, call (727) 623-9909.