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Hair Color Trends of 2015

The reign of ombré hair has come to an end, making way for several new color trends to take over the year 2015. There’s something for everyone in these top new trends, whether you love bold and edgy or soft and natural.

Bold Streaks

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We’re seeing thick, strong streaks of color that gives hair that edgier look. The obvious highlights and bold ribbons of color that run through the hair draws the eye and helps flatter both face shape and skin tone.

Babylights

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Babylights, or baby lights, is a popular technique that’s gaining new ground in 2015. Rather than the usual highlights, these babylights use smaller sections of the hair for a natural, sun-kissed effect. Babylights are a great way to give balance and dimension to your hair. They’re also incredibly easy to maintain, and have natural grow-out.

Cool Colors

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A variety of cool colors are trending this year, including blue-black, silver, and platinum blonde. Blue tones are in, with silver being the most requested hair color of 2015. Whether it’s a full-blown silver tone or just some pieces blending in to blonde here or there, silver is in. For a more work-appropriate color, try cool black that has a hint of blue or violet hue.

Deep Browns

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Brunette is definitely the new blonde. Deep chocolates are universally complementary, and ash-brown is best for fair or olive skin. Go with a cool brown if you have a pink or dark complexion, and golden brown for warm skin tones.

Softer Reds

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We’re moving away from bright, strong reds and toward the deep reds, golds, and coppers. Another trending red is auburn – just a slight red hue, as well as dark strawberry blonde (or a very soft red).

Don’t get caught with yesterday’s style! Keep up with latest and greatest trends of 2015 with one of these top new color trends sweeping the beauty scene. Go subtle or go bold, there’s a hot style for every head of hair. Get more information on the latest style trends and how we can transform your look at Hair Restoration of California. Call us at 800-966-9505 to schedule your free consultation.

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Becoming More Comfortable Discussing Your Hairpieces

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It seems as time progresses, women everywhere are becoming more comfortable openly discussing image issues, like hair loss and replacement -- slowly, but surely.

While this segment is a few years old, it was made viral again on Facebook just recently. In an interview with Tony Award-winning actress Kristin Chenoweth, who isn’t afraid of showcasing different hairstyles and discussing her use of hair extensions, the ladies of The View on CBS took turns removing their hair extensions and pieces on-screen.

The entire clip seems unscripted, which only adds to the honesty of the women connecting with each other on a deeper level. Watch as the hair-raising moment happens:

Probably the most enlightening moment of the segment came near the end when Sheryl Underwood removed her wig to reveal her natural hair. It took a lot of guts for Sheryl to expose her true self like that to the world, but she overcame that fear.

This scene did a few things for us: 1, it shows that no matter who you are, or how much money you make, image issues are abound, and many people deal with hair loss or thinning hair. Sometimes we forget that our favorite celebrities walk around with hair pieces just like us. And 2, that we should not be afraid to openly talk to one another about these issues, and to be comfortable in exposing our real selves to our friends and community.

And, of course, that people simply love to have full, beautiful hair!

Take comfort in knowing that there is a community of people having the same experience as you when it comes to wearing hair pieces and dealing with hair loss. The staff at HRC is ready to help you discover what solutions are best for you. Call us now at 800-966-9505 to schedule a free hair and scalp consultation, or contact us here.

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Should men color dye their custom hairpieces?

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It is generally well-known that it is possible to dye human hair extensions and pieces (keyword “human hair” here). But, it takes a stylist with experience in coloring hairpieces to get it right. The chemicals and history of that hair is different than your own, which means you’ll have to employ a different process for coloring or dyeing them.

While the idea of dyeing a hairpiece sounds acceptable, should men do it? There are a variety of men’s custom hairpieces that come in different lengths and color, so finding the right color to make your own natural hair shouldn’t be too difficult. But if in the event you cannot find the right tone for you, or you just want a change and do not want to bother with buying a different hairpiece, then let’s consider these scenarios first.

  1. You won’t have much hair to test on. It’s normally advised to stylists that before they go in and give you a full color treatment, that they first test a strand of hair. While that technique may work on longer hair, chopping off an unwanted strand of hair is bit too obvious on shorter lengths. Our solution? Have another hairpiece on hand, separate from the one you have on, for the stylist to test on.
  2. Once your hair is color-treated, that’s it. Experts say that coloring is damaging to the health of your hair, but people are okay with this because healthy hair grows back. But for your hairpieces? Not so much. Our solution? Keep the number of times you dye your custom piece low, or be ready to invest in purchasing more pieces in the future.
  3. Consider non-toxic hair dyes. Now, less-harsh chemicals do not necessarily mean less-damaging to the hair, although these products do seem to boast the idea that it is less cancerous. But the fact that non-toxic hair dyes are not as permanent as their chemically-heavy sisters, it does provide a good argument for being an all-around safer option for your hairpiece or extensions.
  4. Maybe you just need a new hairstyle. Are you bored with your hair because of the color, or maybe it’s because you haven’t had an experienced stylist on your hair before? Sometimes, a different cut or style can make a world of difference to how you perceive your own look. You can just avoid the dye altogether!

Let the staff at HRC guide you to the best option fit for you, and give you the style you deserve to look your best! Schedule a free hair and scalp consultation today here, or call us at 800-966-9505.

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30 million women in America experience hair loss

30 million women in America experience hair loss

As an age-old defining feature of health, success & attractiveness, radiant hair is second to none. A defining point of personal image and style, our brains are wired to notice distinctive hairstyles - think of the Jennifers (Aniston or Lopez), Oprah Winfrey, Sarah Palin or Christina Hendricks.

But people aren't just watching from the sidelines, they're talking with their wallets too. Americans spent over $20billion combined in 2012 on hair care services (SBDC Market Research, 2012), and with increasing stress of modern lifestyles and increases in female baldness, that figure is sure to rise - along with the need for affordable hair replacement options for balding women.

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