Solana Beach Award Program Honors the Achievement
SOLANA BEACH July 6, 2017 — Radici Hair Studio has been selected for the 2017 Best of Solana Beach Award in the Hair Salon category by the Solana Beach Award Program.
Each year, the Solana Beach Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Solana Beach area a great place to live, work and play.
Various sources of information were gathered and analyzed to choose the winners in each category. The 2017 Solana Beach Award Program focuses on quality, not quantity. Winners are determined based on the information gathered both internally by the Solana Beach Award Program and data provided by third parties.
About Solana Beach Award Program
The Solana Beach Award Program is an annual awards program honoring the achievements and accomplishments of local businesses throughout the Solana Beach area. Recognition is given to those companies that have shown the ability to use their best practices and implemented programs to generate competitive advantages and long-term value.
The Solana Beach Award Program was established to recognize the best of local businesses in our community. Our organization works exclusively with local business owners, trade groups, professional associations and other business advertising and marketing groups. Our mission is to recognize the small business community’s contributions to the U.S. economy.
Myth: Brush 100 times a day for healthier hair
This is now known to risk damaging your mane. Brushing pulls out hair that isn’t ready to fall out, often breaks healthy hairs, and scratches the scalp. Brush gently for styling only—not to stimulate the scalp.
Myth: Black hair is stronger than blonde hair
Despite this widespread belief, particularly among African Americans, black hair is one of the most fragile. Nor is it true that braiding and beading the hair makes it grow more quickly. Tight braids and beads can damage the hair.
Truth: Being stressed can make your hair fall out
Severe stress can take a toll on your hair. All hair follicles normally undergo periodic “rest” periods; sudden stress can cause them to enter this resting phase prematurely, making the hair fall out in the three months following the stressful event. Normally hair growth restores naturally, but it’s important to deal with stress and seek medical advice to rule out any underlying illness, hormonal imbalance, or drug side effects.
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Truth: Worry brings gray hair
It seems that the stress hormone adrenaline may damage DNA in the genes responsible for the production of melanin, the pigment that gives hair its color.
Myth: Hair can turn white with fright
DEATH TO STOCK/BODYTRUTHS
You can’t lose pigment in your hair because hair is dead when it leaves the scalp. But a severe shock could trigger alopecia areata, an autoimmune condition that causes pigmented hair (black, brown, red, or blonde) to drop out, leaving only gray and white hair behind.
Myth: Shaving the head of a newborn prevents baldness
There is no truth in this myth. Most male baldness is inherited. If a father has a tendency to early hair loss, any sons he has are very likely to inherit the same tendency. If a baby boy’s maternal grandfather and his own father both have this genetic characteristic, the boy will always inherit it.
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Truth: Hair grows faster in the summer
When it’s cold, blood is diverted to internal organs to maintain body temperature, which decreases blood flow to the scalp. In warm weather, enhanced circulation to the skin boosts follicle activity and increases the rate of hair growth. Hair grows 10 to 15 percent faster in the summer than in the winter.
Myth: Cutting hair by the moon speeds its growth
One Brazilian myth is that hair cut between a full and quarter moon grows more strongly; in Asia, some people think that cutting hair under a waxing moon promotes growth. Neither are true. Hair does not grow back more strongly after it’s cut—at any time.
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Conceal your gray between salon visits! In two weeks after your salon visit, your roots start to show. Spray grays away quickly and simply, with this innovative, natural-looking root concealer. It’s an instant, temporary, convenient fix that extends the life of your color between salon visits. Available in 4 self adjusting colors that match from the lightest blonde to the blackest black – Black/Dark Brown, Light Brown, Auburn/Red, Blonde.
Short hairstyles for men comes in different varieties. Short hair refers to any haircut with a little length. It may vary from above the ears to below the chin. If a man’s hair reaches the chin, it may not be considered short. The best benefit you can get from short haircut is the ease of styling it daily. Here we gathered short hairstyles so you can get short cuts for your hair.
Hairstyles for Men
1. Spikes Mens Short Hairstyle
The spikes are achieved by applying wax or gel on the hair.
2. Fade Taper Undercut
This hairstyle cuts hair on the sides and back very short and tapered upwards. Then beginning on the ears, the hair is cut longer.
3. Slicked Back Haircut
The haircut is brushed up from the front to the back of the head and is styled by using hair gel or creme.
4. Side Part
Part refers to the division of the hair. It is the natural division of the hair.
5. Ivy League
On this hairstyle, the sides and back are cut short and tapered across the top of the hair. Then it becomes longer and fuller toward the crown and front. The longer hair on top can be styled, gelled or parted.
6. Caesar Cut
On this haircut, the hair on top of the head or crown is layered while back and sides are tapered. Short bangs are also combed forward.
7. Brushed Up Hairstyle
Side Part Pompadour
This is a modern variation of the usual brushed up pompadour. On this style, pomade is applied to the hair, parted on one side and styled by brushing it to the sides.
9. Short Back and Sides
This hairstyle is best for all face shapes. The sides and back are cut and shaved leaving a longer crown for styling.
10. Brush Cut
On this haircut, the back and sides are cut and tapered white the crown is cut longer following the shape of the head. The top hair will resemble the bristles of a brush.
11. Burr Cut
This haircut is also called induction cut. The hairstyle is achieved by cutting the hair 1/8 inch which will give the scalp a sandpaper like texture.
12. Businessman’s Cut
This cut is not too short. It can still be worn in an office setting. This is usually tapered on the back and sides while the crown is left long for brushing and parting.
13. Butch Cut
‘This hairstyle cuts hair 1/4 inch and is created by taking a clipper and cutting all the hair to the same length.
14. Crew Cut
Crewcut is tapered on the side, back, and top.
15. Flat Top
This hair cut is also called horseshoe flat top. The hair on the top is cut to be able to stand up. It is cut to give a flat hair appearance on the crown. If the hair is cut longer, apply styling gel to help it standing.
16. High and Tight
The hair on this hairstyle is shaved on the sides and back leaving short hair on the crown.
17. High and Tight Recon
This hairstyle looks like a small mohawk. The sides and back are shaved.
18. Landing Strip
This is a very short version of a flat top where the middle crown scalp is already visible to still achieve the flat top look. Do you think this short hairstyle for men will come back in 2016? We definitely hope so;)
19. Layered Cut
The hairstyle gives a chunky and messy look for the hair. This can be styled in different looks. It involved hair trimming on all parts of the head
20. Regulation or Military Style Cut
There are many different haircuts that can adhere to the rules and regulations of a military haircut. There can be low regulation, medium regulation, and high regulation.
21. Taper Cut
This is a classic short hairstyle for men. It is cut short on the sides and back and it becomes shorter downwards. It has good and even blending on the haircut.
Mens short hairstyles cannot miss whitewalls. whitewalls refer to areas on the head where the scalp is already very visible. On this hairstyle, the hair on the back and sides are clippered or shaved so the scalp resembles a whitewall on its visibility.
23. Buzz Cut
This haircut is also very short. It requires little maintenance. It looks great and enhances the masculine look.
24. Faux Hawk
Faux Hawk is achieved by cutting the hair but not too short. The sides and back have a not so loud length and the crown is having a longer length for styling.
25. Blunt Cut
The haircut is shaved on the sides and the crown is left longer. It suits men with thick hair types.
26. Brit-Rock Indie
The hairstyle is popularized by a British band. This hairstyle looks gorgeous and you can achieve it by cutting the bang long and sweeping it forward
27. Slicked Back Undercut
This cut has saved sides and back while the hair on top is gelled and brushed to the back.
28. Design Haircut
This is a haircut where expert skills are used to carve on he hair to achieve intricate designs.
29. Textured Cut
This hairstyle is achieved by cutting the sides short white the top us point cut with shears or razor for texture.
This look is achieved by completely shaving hair and only leaving a shiny polished scalp.
31. Short Textured Haircut For Men
We all have different hair concerns—from frizz to limpness to hair damage. The good news is that there are products out there that can help. Let’s take a deep dive into four of the most common hair concerns and the steps and products you’ll need to deal with each of them.
1. Dryness and Frizz
A great majority of my clients struggle with dry and/or frizzy hair, especially in the cooler months. The best way to combat this is to change the way you wash your hair. A shampoo and conditioner that is specifically made for dry and/or frizzy hair will make a huge difference in the look and feel of your hair. Supplementing this with a treatment or mask once a week—as well as a leave-in treatment—will leave your hair soft, supple and frizz-free.
For the best results, I recommend using the following products:
Alterna Caviar Moisture Intense Oil Crème Shampoo is a low-lather cleanser that removes dirt and oil with its innovative oil-based texture, which transforms into a creamy liquid when mixed with water. Its key ingredient, Abyssinian oil, binds to any impurities or unwanted oils on the surface to gently cleanse and hydrate the hair.
Alterna Caviar Moisture Intense Oil Crème Deep Conditioner is a nutrient-rich, intense-conditioning treatment that also contains Abyssinian oil and anti-aging properties. This mask protects each hair strand by forming a protective barrier, preventing moisture loss and bringing moisture back to hair.
Alterna Caviar Omega Plus Nourishing Oil is specifically designed for the purpose of hydration and frizz control. You can use this as a leave-in treatment on its own or combine it with other styling products to create shine and lightweight definition.
2. Damaged Hair
Many of my clients have also experienced some degree of damage to their hair, whether this is due to overprocessing of color or the misuse of heated tools. The good news is that we can now somewhat correct this by using moisture-replenishing, protein-strengthening treatments and leave-in products.
For the best repair for damaged hair, I always recommend the following products:
Alterna Caviar Repairx Instant Recovery Shampoo is restorative, sulfate-free and infused with caviar and strand-building proteins that mimic hair’s natural ceramides to help repair damaged strands, while Alterna Caviar Repairx Instant Recovery Conditioner further protects against breakage and aids in the recovery from heat damage.
Alterna Caviar Repairx Fill & Fix Treatment Masque will nourish and strengthen the hair, improving manageability and leaving hair soft, shiny and completely restored.
3. Dull Hair That Lacks Shine
Whether it is due to the overall health of your hair, faded color or high porosity, we have all experienced the feeling of looking in the mirror and longing for that natural shine. The best way to nourish the hair’s surface is to bring back key nutrients and moisture. The more hydrated the hair’s surface is, the smoother and shinier it will appear.
For added shine to the appearance of any style, I recommend using the following products:
The Alterna Caviar Replenishing Moisture Shampoo will cleanse the hair’s surface while restoring moisture to dry and damaged strands. One of the key ingredients is Alterna’s Age-Control Complex, which combats chronological, chemical and environmental aging, leaving your hair healthier and shinier. Alterna Caviar Replenishing Moisture Conditioner is a luxurious, lipid-rich daily conditioner, which helps protect the hair from color fade, daily stresses and any future damage. Extracts of caviar, one of the world’s richest sources of omega-3 fatty acids, will infuse the hair with moisture, elasticity and superior shine.
Alterna Caviar Replenishing Moisture Masque will provide an intensive moisturizing treatment, utilizing powerful marine botanicals to deliver deep hydration to the hair’s overall porosity and elasticity.
Alterna Caviar CC Cream 10-in-1 Complete Correction is a leave-in hair enhancer that provides 10 benefits in one product, (moisture, shine, smoothness, softness, UV protection, manageability, strength, antibreakage, heat protection and a light hold). You can use this as a finishing touch on its own or mix with your other favorite Alterna styling products.
4. Flat and Lifeless
The key to not weighing down fine hair is to use lightweight products for cleansing, nourishing and styling. Selecting products specifically designed for flat and fine hair types ensures that you will not experience that greasy residue that tends to weigh down fine hair.
To add volume to fine hair, I recommend using the following products:
Alterna Caviar Bodybuilding Volume Shampoo is a sulfate-free cleanser that works at building thickness and volume while protecting hair color. Alterna Caviar Bodybuilding Volume Conditioner adds weightless moisture and improves the appearance of fine hair. Caviar Anti-Aging Miracle Multiplying Volume Mist is a weightless mist that fortifies strands with biotin and keratin while giving them a voluminous lift.
BY BILL TSIKNARIS · JULY 28, 2016
There was no one better to show off the stunning results of using the products than Katie Holmes herself as she shot an advert for her company on Monday.
The 36-year-old actress put her luscious brunette tresses on full display as she got in front of the camera to discuss the benefits of the luxury haircare brand.
Working hard: Katie Holmes was on set to shoot an advertising campaign for her company Alterna Haircare in Los Angeles on Monday
It looked as if the former Dawson’s Creek star did not have a strand out of place as a hair stylist did a few touch-ups using the product in between takes.
Not only did Katie’s locks look immaculate, but her make-up was done perfectly as she opted for a natural look which complimented her cheek bones while adding a pop of colour in the form of pink lipstick.
The actress went casual chic while filming as she donned two different coloured sweaters, one green and the other grey, along with navy blue trousers and socks with a snowflake pattern on them.
Her own best advert: The 36-year-old star’s long brunette tresses looked perfect for the filming session
Neutral: The former Dawson’s Creek star went casual in a grey sweater as she was primped
At one point during the shoot Katie posed alongside the various Alterna Haircare products in their purple bottles as well as styling tools including a blow dryer, curling iron and a few brushes.
She was announced as the spokesperson and co-owner of the company in January 2013.
Katie said that one of the reasons she was drawn to Alterna Haircare was the quality of the product as she said in a press release: ‘I love that Alterna uses natural and organic ingredients and stays away from harsh chemicals like sulfates and parabens.
‘It’s good for my hair and good for the earth, so I feel good using it.’
Brunette beauty: The actress had natural, complimentary make-up on her face completed by a swipe of pink lip
Casual customer: She later changed into a green sweater with navy trousers and blue socks with snowflakes emblazoned on them
The ex wife of Tom Cruise also said that she enjoyed the products from her first use: ‘When I first used Alterna, I knew there was something special about their products because of how much healthier, shinier and smoother my hair looked and felt after just one use.’
She is not only busy with her haircare product line, but she has recently been seen on the Los Angeles set of Ray Donovan alongside main star of the show – Liev Schreiber.
According to Variety, Holmes plays a wealthy businesswoman called Paige, who’s the daughter of a billionaire producer called Andrew Finney (Ian McShane).
The 12-episode third season of Ray Donovan premieres this summer on Showtime.
Promotion: Katie was announced as co-owner and spokesperson in January 2013
The brand’s fame came with the Moroccanoil Original Hair Oil Treatment, but Moroccanoil have a wide range of other hair care products just waiting to transform your hair. Browse our full collection of products here.
For the best results, use these products on wet or dry hair, following the top tips provided in the videos below. Choose from the Moroccanoil Original Treatment (ideal for normal hair), the Moroccanoil Light Oil Treatment (better for oily or greasier hair), or the Moroccanoil Intense Curl Cream (ideal for curly hair), as the three best-selling products from the range.
How To Use Moroccanoil On Wet Hair
Applying hair oil to wet hair is the most common way to use your Moroccanoil treatment, using a small amount as shown in the video.
With the Moroccanoil Hair Oil, work through the ends of your hair. Be sure to avoid your roots as this will make your hair look greasy.
The stylist then works the Moroccanoil through the hair, and dries in and styles like you normally would. Take note of how easily the hair dries and how manageable it is.
The finished result after using Moroccanoil hair oil treatment: the model’s hair is left silky smooth.
How To Use Moroccanoil On Dry Hair
Using Moroccanoil on dry hair can make styling your hair easier and produces better results. Use 2-5 pumps of the Moroccanoil Original Hair Oil Treatment of your choice as directed in the Video.
Work the treatment into your ends, whilst avoiding roots to prevent an oily finish.
Style your hair like you normally would, noticing that the argan oil in Moroccanoil takes hold of frizz and fly aways to leave you with sleek and healthy looking hair.
How To Use Moroccanoil On Curly Hair
The Curl Enhancers range from Moroccanoil uses the special ingredient Argan oil to define and volumise your curls. Argan oil is rich in vitamins, antioxidants and UV protecting properties, so it’s the best thing for caring for your curls. The Intense Curl Cream works on wet or dry hair to provide medium hold, define curls and add lift like never before.
Use a small amount in your hands and rub them together, this will make sure you don’t leave any lumps in your hair.
Run your hands through your hair, focusing on the ends and layers as these will be where the most curly parts of your hair will be.
The Moroccanoil Intense Curl Cream leaves no residue, doesn’t leave hair greasy and lightly defines your curls.
This cream can also be used as a touch up product, working on dry hair just run through and add lift, volume and shine to your curls or waves.
Blowdrying your hair. It’s one of those things you probably do (and do often), but not The Right Way, and you know it. If you’re anything like us, you’re more of a blast-it-indiscriminately-until-it’s-not-wet-anymore kind of gal…which, let’s face it, isn’t really cutting it.
So what is the proper way to blowdry your hair? We talked to Redken celebrity stylist Rodney Cutler, whose clients include Emma Watson, Jamie King, and Fergie, for his secret to the best at-home, everyday blowout. And this is going to change everything. (And no, we’re not talking about 84 extra hours in front of the mirror. Believe us, we’re just as lazy as you are.)
Mistake #1: Your Hair Is Too Wet
“A lot of women start with sopping wet hair,” says Cutler. “Your hair should be 60-to-65 percent dry before you even start to blowdry with a brush.” Cutler explains that it’s less damaging to your hair if you pre-dry. “Towel dry, then blow dry using only your hands for a bit, then use a brush—starting at the roots.”
Mistake #2: You’re Not Giving Enough Lift
Did you read that? The roots! If you want some lift and volume (AKA the hair you have leaving the salon), use your hands to comb your roots up and blow-dry. (Since the diameter of a brush won’t allow you to get too close to the roots, this is an important step to give your hair some oomph, explains Cutler.)
Mistake #3: You’re Starting in the Wrong Place
Cutler says that many women who use a brush end up wrapping the hair around it and blasting it with heat. Which is apparently not only a no, but it actually takes so much longer than doing it the right way. “Put your round brush in at the roots, roll the brush down to the ends then take it back up to the roots, concentrating your blowdryer on that area and your hairline first.” By the time your roots and your hair midway down is dry, your ends should be pretty close. “Then start to roll the ends on the brush and finish drying.”
Mistake #4: You’re Not Using Your Products Correctly
When it comes to applying product, we can be like kindergartners in finger-painting class. The idea is to use them sparingly, the right way, and in the right place. “If you’re going for volume, you want to concentrate product at the roots—since putting the products on your ends will pull your hair down.” (Ahem, noted.) And if you’re a hairspray fanatic? “When women get the style they want, they think it’s time to hammer it with hairspray. First, you need to spray it from a distance which will allow for even distribution,” says Cutler. “And keep it to a light spray—a close, heavy spray means that it actually builds up in one area, and your look will collapse.”
Mistake #5: You’re Not Using the Right Brush
“The bigger the brush, the smoother the hair,” Cutler says. If you have a round brush that features metal in the middle, or a metal core, it can certainly provide a smoother look—but it also heats up like an iron, so remember to keep drying time to a minimum since it is more damaging. And if you have coarse hair or are prone to flyaways? It’s better to skip those altogether for a traditional boar or nylon bristle brush, as the ones with metal tend to not have as many bristles and therefore don’t provide as much tension for a smooth “pull.”
Mistake #6: You’re Not Letting Your Hair “Set”
Brush, dry, run? Stop! “Letting your hair cool down on the brush before moving on to the next section will make your style longer lasting,” says Cutler. “It will actually set it.” Translation? Unless you want to do this process again tomorrow, just chill and let your hair cool down on that brush, girl. It’s that one thing that makes your post-salon hair so much better. (We’re on to you, stylists.) (To extend your style, try Pillow Proof Blow Dry Two Day Extender, $18; ulta.com)
Mistake #7: You’re Not Using a Nozzle
That attachment that came with your blow dryer when you bought it—and that you conveniently tucked under your bathroom sink never to be seen again? Yeah, you need that sucker. “If you don’t use it, it just sprays the hair with heat all over,” says Cutler. “It won’t be concentrated on the cuticle and you won’t get that smooth look.”