Monday, March 30, 2015

2015 Spring Hair Color Trends

Before you reach for dye this spring, make sure you’re up to date with the latest in Spring color!
As always, lighter tones are the go to look this Spring. Blonde is back, and this season it’s lighter than ever. Ice white and platinum shades have made a comeback, and were heavily featured in New York’s Spring Fashion week in 2014.
If you’re not ready for a drastically lighter look this Spring, a darker honey blonde tone may be the perfect accompaniment for that lighter wardrobe and sun-kissed skin. Ombre is a thing of the past, but balayage is definitely in this season, with multi-colored blonde being the preferred style. A perfect color can be achieved with dark blonde undertones and a collection of perfectly blended highlights and lowlights.
While honey blonde hues and platinum shades may be an amazing compliment to your sun-kissed skin, warmer blonde tones are the go to look for those with a fair complexion. If drastic change isn’t your cup of tea, then why not come out of winter feeling brighter with a few uneven subtle highlights. Breathe some life into your mousey undertones this spring with a range of highlights and lowlights. Red undertones can also benefit from some blonde highlights.
With all this blonde talk, we must not neglect our dark haired sisters. Darkening your hair can actually be very beneficial if looking to enhance the health and shine of your luscious locks. Red based browns are out and proud this Spring, giving a striking illusion of body and warmth.
The hair color trends of Spring 2015 offer something perfect for every complexion, so kick those winter blues, reach for the dye and get creative this season!

Courtesy of: http://www.downtownmagazinenyc.com/spring-2015-hair-color-trends/

Thursday, March 5, 2015

Still Loving The Braids on St. Patrick's Day 2015!


St Patrick's falls on a Tuesday this year. Who's going to have a cute do for the out and about in Tulsa? 

There is Fitness at The Fly Loft, Arnie's Bar Celebration, McNellies, Kilkenny's, Woody's, & Legends. I'm not saying you should go do anything (except maybe advocating for the Fly Loft!!!) but you CAN if you want.   

Briana with her awesome fingers is going to be doing braided styles for $15*

Luxuries Braid Beauty for $30*
(includes relaxing scalp massage, shampoo, deep conditioning treatment, paraffin hand dip and hand massage and braided style)

*Extra for hot tools style

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

New Services for Hands!

Now available for women too! Keeping it simple, clean and classy at Composure.

We've had requests and are expanding our services. With our Executive Experience we do a Man-icure and our ladies have been requesting a little shape up as well. 

$4 add-on to your haircut, no polish. 

Trim/file nail, remove excess cuticle, buff, moisturize. Book online here. (Choose Book Package & then "Simple Clean Hands") And.....


Winter is here and our skin is dry!
~~Has your scalp been flaking too? (CONDITIONER!!!) ~~~

 Our gentlemen have also been requesting what our women have been getting - hand massages! As a hairstylist and fitness dancer, it's hard to not develop carpal tunnel. So, my wonderful doctor and friend Dr. Zoe Smotherman introduced me to OMT work. And we by no means, are a doctor, BUT releasing tension in hands that are in constant use is so beautifully amazing. So come sit, relax and let Briana & Caitlyn work their magic!
Paraffin wax seals in the moisture and..... is a common option in heat therapy treatments for people with arthritis or other rheumatic diseases. The heat helps increase blood flow and relax the muscles, which can help relieve caused by arthritis, osteoarthritis and fibromyalgia. Paraffin wax can even soften hardened skin caused by scleroderma, a disease in which collagen accumulates on the body. It also increases the skin's elasticity, allowing for increased movement and mobility, especially on the skin covering the hands.
But the benefits of paraffin wax don't stop there. Because paraffin wax treatments are a form of heat therapy, they're often used for muscle, tendon and ligament ailments. As with conditions like arthritis, they increase blood flow, improve joint stiffness and reduce pain. They're also used to treat bursitis, tendonitis, sprains and pulled muscles.

$2/add on