Hair

What is a Brazilian Blowout?

BRAZILIAN BLOWOUT IS THE PREFERRED SMOOTHING TREATMENT OF CELEBRITIES, BEAUTY EXPERTS, AND STYLISTS AROUND THE WORLD! Through the use of breakthrough bonding technologies, these customizable smoothing treatments actually improve the condition of the hair by creating a protective protein layer around the hair shaft to eliminate frizz and smooth the cuticle. The end result is smooth,…

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How To: Fun Summer Ponytail Buns

Fun Summer Ponytail Buns By #MeganatLuxe @hair__by__megs 1. Put hair in ponytails. Place them higher up on head for best results. 2. Wrap the hair around the ponytail (it can be as messy or as polished as you like) and secure with another hair tie. Leave the tail end of the ponytail sticking out. 3.…

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Perms? Oh, yeah they are BACK!

Joining the rotary phone and actual film for cameras, perms are an 80s phenomenon. Yards of kinky, curly volumized strands dotted the heads of celebrities and regular types alike and then slowly went out of style and disappeared — kind of like the floppy disk. Fast forward to the 21st century, 2017 to be exact. So…

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Summer Series: Extensions and the Sun

With summer in full swing, it is important that we not forget the damage the sun does to our natural hair, but especially to extensions. Sun bleaches hair naturally, so staying out in it for long periods could mean a mismatch of colors. Plus, the lack of natural oils makes them especially susceptible to drying…

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New Menu Item: Braids

Great news! We’ve added braids to our menu officially! You can add them on to any paid hair service for $15 (includes one simple braid, no special occasion styles — see stylist or front desk for details). A simple braid by itself on our menu will start at $28 and the price will go up…

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Luxe Ed: So What’s the Deal with Toners?

We are A-L-W-A-Y-S asked about toners here at Luxe. We’ve heard them called the Fairy Godmothers of Hair, and in a way it is true. Bleaching and coloring cause blonde hair (whether it be highlights or a head full) to turn “brassy,” meaning it can be left with undesired warm undertones that make it look unnatural.…

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