Heather DeBellis - Hair Stylist - Upper Arlington
I have been in the business for 25+ years and still love what I do. I will listen to your wants and give you the best professional advice. I book appointments only by text or phone call so please use these when contacting me. I look forward to working together to address your needs. What's new this season? Bangs, all lengths depending on your facial shape. Textured hair- wavy, curly, full movable style, rocker crops, undercuts, bobs, and longer lengths for men.Spring will bring a trend of dissheveled texture- imagine your hair after you drove with the windows down. (not a convertible!!ha) Tousled. Perms are making a comeback but they are very very loose and just a wave. Not an option for highly woven or bleached hair- sacrifice of health is not worth it. You will need to use and iron and product to create this type of look. Color? If you love your ombre, you need it softened and blended- extreme is out. Colors are deep and rich this season,multi tones that blend- think crimson, nutmeg, walnut, clove, honey. Blondies are always in as long as you keep your shade complimentary to your skin tone. Commit to a great new shade and style and it will boost your confidence- everyone needs a little boost, right?!! Changing your hair is the easiest way of updating your look. Give me a call !!! thanks H (i know,i know, post more pics and change mine look at that blonde hair I had!......2013 resolution!!!)
Spring tips: condition often, wash less, don't over use straighteners or irons. use your hands as a tool when drying/styling to retain natural body in hair ,twist long hair into ropelike sections when damp to create waves without heat.