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Summer Hairstyles You Won’t Regret

Great Hairstyles Without Losing Hair

When it’s summer more people think haircuts. It is obvious, very logical, to rush to your favorite salon for that trim or chop you think you need to survive summer. However, some people still want to hold on to their locks and for a valid reason will not give in to the urge to cut. Here are some great ideas to look great and new in this weather.

The Messy Updo

It’s the low-key hairstyle that Hollywood loves, perfect for any warm weather occasion. You might want to spend your time indoors or opt for outdoor excursions, this undone and not-so-perfect look is just as stylish. Hair pulled back and pinned or bunned, with some wispy strands blowing around, is Hollywood-perfect. Pair that with a summer, or dressy, nighttime or daytime wear, and you’ll surely turn heads.

The French Braid with Pizzazz

The ordinary French braid can look smashingly summer with ribbon pin-ins of a pastel color. Just don’t forget the wispy strands by the ears to look more natural and laid back. You can stay relevant way until August looking so.

The Headband

Is a statement any way you look at it. Girls wear them in the hair or around the forehead, usually to hold hair away from the face or eyes, but definitely making a statement. Colorful plain or printed, headbands come in soft cloth, sometimes a loop of elastic material or a horseshoe-shaped piece of flexible plastic or metal. These accessories are really making a strong presence this year.

Extra-long Braids

You want to keep those long locks and yet make them behave in style? Then braids are the way. Braids will always make for a classic style, especially during warmer weather. Working at the office or planning for a date night, the polished, three-strand braid is absolutely inspirational. And what’s better than one braid? Two long pigtail braids, one spilling over each shoulder is the way to go.

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Keeping Your Locks in Bellevue

No problem with us at Geena Moon’s hair salon if you want to keep your long length. Leave it to us to style you for the summer. In fact, we’ll show a couple of tricks on how to wear your long hair and still look stylish.

Spring Haircuts Rocking Instagram Now

Hairstyles Trending for Spring

On Instagram this spring, we see a lot of low-maintenance haircuts that are also fun and fresh. The styles are also easy to have and light to maintain.

The long, wispy bangs. Very Brigitte Bardot, very 70s, cool and tousled styles that concentrate more on the fringes. It suits any hair length, but the bangs start in the middle of the eyebrows, and softly fall below the cheekbones on both sides of the face. Even if hair is curly, the bangs should fall around the face giving it dimension. You can also sport heavy Bardot bangs, giving yourself a new attitude.

Feathered layered look. The haircut with many flattering variations. If hair is thin and fine, choppy feathering adds soft body and texture. If hair is long, the the haircut can help open up the face subtly, without sacrificing length. The feathered layer give movement and body to a long cut that might feel flat and heavy. For curly hair, longer layers laddering up to the cheekbones will let the curls bounce around the face.

The blunt A-Line bob. Very structured and to the point, this jawline cut is very blunt but has a fresh look of spring to it. The cut of the bob is somewhere between the bottom of the ear and below the chin. The bluntness must be with a slight A-line angle – from the back toward the front. allowing for an even grow out, because the back grows a bit faster. If body and texture is more desirable for the blunt cut, say for curly or wavy strands, one can ask the stylist for invisible internal layers, which can be pulled into a deep side part for fullness.

The curly shag. It’s mid-length and layered with a heavy bang, soon to become popular. It’s all about the shorter shag with a heavy fringe to give the look a fuller feel. The bigger the curls, the better. For bouncier curls, a curl styling cream on damp hair can be used. Then diffuse it until it’s dry and full of body. If the ringlets and waves are falling flat, use texturizing spray or dry shampoo for some extra body.

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Getting Ready for Spring in Bellevue

As spring is upon us, it’s time to think new hairstyle. There is no shortage of styles to choose from. Just looking inside Instagram, you’ll find just the cut to suit you. Visit us soon at Geena Moon in Bellevue and see what we could do for your locks.

Sporting Short Hair in 2019

Choosing The Best Short Hairstyles

Considering the short hairstyle for your next chop?
That’s great because. Consider here some of the more popular ladies’ choices and that surely you’ll love.

The round bob are glamorous bobs of the roaring ’20s and aren’t going out of style. The sleek bob style can make even thin, fine hair appear super lush and thick.

The blunt cut, with the same length all around, helps to eliminate straggly strands and gives fine hair the illusion of volume and body thanks to the uniform blocky ends.

The shoulder-length trim showcases texture. Kinky curls look and feel super healthy. Natural hair is always in style.

The wavy bob are for those who are obsessed with chin-length tresses but don’t want to flat-iron their hair regularly. This style is low-maintenance; just spritz hair with some sea salt spray and scrunch.

The textured, piecey lob is a grown-out bob that does not sacrifice length. It’s playful and allows one to put up the hair in a pony if need be. The angled lob is a dramatic statement that’s always head-turning.

The pixie cut is cropped on the sides and voluminous up top. For a naturally tousled look, run some light texturing mousse with the fingers through the top.

The asymmetrical textured bob is for those who can’t decide to go shorter or keep the length. Mismatched lengths, whether stick-straight or wavy asymmetrical bobs always look flawless.

The curly bangs tend to be a bit more maintenance-prone, but they can really flatter the face shape, add dimension, and soften a look.

This vintage cut provides smooth layers, an ear tuck, and flared ends, ala Audrey Hepburn.

The grown-out feminine pixie cut are for those who are scared of super short hair, but it still holds the pixie shape, strands are wispy, free, and lived-in. It hardly needs brushing.

Side-swept bangs give a fresh take on the lob with a shaggy chop paired with side-swept bangs. Textured layers can be added for lift and volume while side-sweeping bangs soften the look.

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Contact Geena Moon Hair Salon in Bellevue

There are so many different styles for short hair. If you have trouble or have any questions, contact Geena this week and make an appointment for a hair consultation. Geena will tell you what hairstyle will fit your face shape, lifestyle and teach you how to manage your hairstyle.

Getting Rid of Split Ends

Causes and Cures of Split Ends

We know that human hair is made up mostly of keratin. Keratin is a fibrous protein that is the main structure of hair. It protects hair and keeps it healthy. However, it’s very fragile and prone to damage, usually splitting. Split ends occur when the hair is damaged for whatever reason, and the reasons are many. Lack of moisture is the main cause behind split ends.

Using heat on your hair can make it prone to split ends. Chemicals on the hair such as bleach dries out hair and puts strain on the follicles. Over-washing can also contribute to split ends as it can strip hair of its natural oils, which keeps hair healthy and hydrated. If you have central heating, which causes dryness, that too, can cause split ends though not in a direct manner.

Can split ends be treated? Yes, of course. the best way your hair doesn’t end up dry and full of split ends is by taking care of your hair.

Regularly using hot tools, like straightening irons, curling irons, heating brushes and hairdryers, and not using any heat protective spray is asking for hair damage. Heat protective sprays will afford protection to hair strands while you are drying them. There are blow dry sprays, both for colored hair and for reconstructing super damaged hair. There are also specific sprays to keep hair ends from splitting when using straighteners and curlers. Also use heat-protect sprays for UV protection which protect hair against the harmful sun’s rays.

Use damage control shampoo plus conditioners that work well with you. They can help prevent and repair damage to the hair follicle.

The best way, of course, in getting rid of split ends is to cut them off. If you are prone to split ends, timely visits to your salon can keep them at bay. Have a healthy trim every now and then. Still, care for your hair where heating tools are concerned, use of heat protective products, and avoiding too much sun exposure are the way to go in preventive measure.

Battling Split Ends in Bellevue

Learn more about how you can deal with split ends. Get a trim from time to time, but also know how to manage the cause of your split ends. Geena has a few tricks up our sleeve for that.

2019 Winter Hair Colors That Rock

Five of the Trendiest Winter Hair Colors

This winter’s hair color trends are so gorgeous it would be a waste to hide them under your beanie. Whatever your hair color now, be it platinum blonde or brunette, update to these new shades and rock winter this year. There are five just must-try colors.

Grown-out roots color is now officially one of winter’s biggest hair color trends. They actually look good. You see these blended or “shadow” roots working well for both brunettes and blondes. The key is to get highlights that aren’t far from your natural base color so that there isn’t too much of a contrast once they’re grown out. There isn’t much demarcation. Blend soft, subtle, shades delicately and build up the highlight so it looks natural. It may take several sessions to get this look.

Flannel red is the name of one of this winter’s trendiest hair colors. The look is perfect for blondes who want to usher in the cold weather by warming up their hair color. The only caution here is that dyed-red hair fades faster than any other color. Use a good conditioner to preserve the shade.

‘Cold brew’ brunette is the fall color trend still going strong this season. It’s luscious, opulent, and a perfect winter hair color. The look is achieved by painting subtle highlights on the ends of your hair, which will warm up any skin tone.

Creamy blonde is for those who are tired of the high maintenance of being platinum. This multi-dimensional look has roots from the natural base color while the rest of the hair has layers of baby blonde. It’s more buttery, yet very bright, and not monotone like most platinum blondes.

Rich brunette colors like warm chestnut are very popular during winter months. Deep and rich colors are called for when temperatures dip. This brunette shade makes hair look glossy and healthier without adding highlights to base color. Use a sulfate-free shampoo to keep the color from getting brassy and not dry out hair.

Time for A Color Change in Bellevue

Love these colors for the cold season? Update now and avoid the rush. Come over to Geena Moon’s hair salon in Bellevue and rock those colors soonest.

Styling Tips for Thin Hair: Pumping Up the Volume

Tricking the Eye is The Key

Styling thin hair poses challenge. Creating volume where there is none is no easy task. You have tried everything – teasing, blow-drying, spraying – but they don’t hold up. Well, here are some tips to lift your hopes that it’s still possible to have thin hair with a lot of volume.

First, let’s talk about what you’ll need. Every girl with thin hair should have these easy tools to work with her hair. These are dry shampoo and volumizing powder, thickening mousse, dry texturising spray and a hairspray that gives volume as well as staying power. Dry shampoo as a finishing spray is the most important. Spray versions are best for a softer finish, compared to powders that have a stronger hold for more buildable volume. Remember to not overdo it, as too much styling product can make hair look flat

There are hair cuts for fine hair. Super long hair that’s also fine is not so cool together, however, you can make it appear thicker with well-cut layers. Best length is nothing much further than the shoulder. If you’re daring enough, you can go shorter for the full effect. The angled lob or a choppy bob with tousled ends works well with thin hair.

What hairstyles do you choose when you sport thin hair. Actually, anything that makes the hair appear thicker is alright, experts say. Examples are half ups with some back combing. Here are some tips to go.

On damp hair, spritz a salt spray or thickening foam at the roots and comb through before blow-drying for added volume and texture.

Without using a brush, you can add volume to thin hair. For a longer, fuller look, hand-dry and air-dry hair to keep the cuticle layer open. Flip your head upside down and from side to side and blast hair in the opposite direction – this will boost volume. Once hand-dried with root lift, twirl the hair away from the face in four large sections while drying. This adds wave and body to the hair.

Use spritz and tong. If you prefer an undone look, spray with dry shampoo. If you prefer a slightly more polished look, finish with a large barrel tong and only wind random pieces away from the face. Irregular texture is a great way of fooling the eye into thinking there’s more hair.

Don’t give up on fringes. Fringes that are longer, grazing the cheekbones, are best suited to thin hair. Structured hairstyle takes away from the bulk of the hair and not suited for fine hair.

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Transforming Thin Hair to Gorgeous in Bellevue

We always accept the challenge of thin , limp hair at Geena Moon’s in Bellevue. At our hair salon, we just do magic like nowhere else.

Styling Tips for Thin Hair: Pumping Up the Volume

Tricking the Eye is The Key

Styling thin hair poses challenge. Creating volume where there is none is no easy task. You have tried everything – teasing, blow-drying, spraying – but they don’t hold up. Well, here are some tips to lift your hopes that it’s still possible to have thin hair with a lot of volume.

First, let’s talk about what you’ll need. Every girl with thin hair should have these easy tools to work with her hair. These are dry shampoo and volumizing powder, thickening mousse, dry texturising spray and a hairspray that gives volume as well as staying power. Dry shampoo as a finishing spray is the most important. Spray versions are best for a softer finish, compared to powders that have a stronger hold for more buildable volume. Remember to not overdo it, as too much styling product can make hair look flat

There are hair cuts for fine hair. Super long hair that’s also fine is not so cool together, however, you can make it appear thicker with well-cut layers. Best length is nothing much further than the shoulder. If you’re daring enough, you can go shorter for the full effect. The angled lob or a choppy bob with tousled ends works well with thin hair.

What hairstyles do you choose when you sport thin hair. Actually, anything that makes the hair appear thicker is alright, experts say. Examples are half ups with some back combing. Here are some tips to go.

On damp hair, spritz a salt spray or thickening foam at the roots and comb through before blow-drying for added volume and texture.

Without using a brush, you can add volume to thin hair. For a longer, fuller look, hand-dry and air-dry hair to keep the cuticle layer open. Flip your head upside down and from side to side and blast hair in the opposite direction – this will boost volume. Once hand-dried with root lift, twirl the hair away from the face in four large sections while drying. This adds wave and body to the hair.

Use spritz and tong. If you prefer an undone look, spray with dry shampoo. If you prefer a slightly more polished look, finish with a large barrel tong and only wind random pieces away from the face. Irregular texture is a great way of fooling the eye into thinking there’s more hair.

Don’t give up on fringes. Fringes that are longer, grazing the cheekbones, are best suited to thin hair. Structured hairstyle takes away from the bulk of the hair and not suited for fine hair.

Transforming Thin Hair to Gorgeous in Bellevue

We always accept the challenge of thin, limp hair at Geena Moon’s in Bellevue. At our hair salon, we just do magic like nowhere else.

Sleeping Habits That Damage Hair

Nightly Hair Habits

Did you know that certain things you do while sleeping can cause damage to your hair? Yes, there are seemingly harmless habits you are up to that unmindfully may be harmful to your hair. Consider the following.

You are using pillowcases made up of materials other than silk. Be a silk or satin sleeper. Preserve your hair while sleeping. Tossing and turning on a smooth surface allows hair to glide – not get roughed up. You can place the hair in a loose bun, wrap it with a silk/satin scarf, or sleep with a silk/satin pillowcase. It might seem over-cautious to switch up your bedding, but regardless of your hair texture, breakage can happen to anyone.

If you feel better going to bed after brushing your teeth, then brushing your hair before sleeping applies, too. Brushing the hair before bed distributes the natural oils of the hair and conditions it while you sleep. Keep brushing to a minimum, certainly not the 100 strokes beauty myth. Too much of anything can ruin hair.

Wash, dry, and style your hair before going to bed. It’s not only refreshing but it conditions your hair as well. If your hair is smooth and sleek hair, wrap it at the nape and around the head; secure with bobby pins. For curly or wavy hair, twist your hair nice and tight into a topknot, securing on the highest point of the head. Use a fabric hair tie to secure it instead of elastics. The next morning, simply unravel and apply a little serum to style.

Do you go to bed with wet hair? Experts say it’s ultimately a bad idea. When the hair is wet, its elasticity is loosened, which makes it easier to snap and break. It also causes friction and can create tangles in the hair.

Hair regenerates while we sleep, just like our skin. Use those sleeping hours with your hair in an overnight masque. Comb it through the hair, pulling longer pieces into a loose bun. To protect your sheets, toss a towel or old clothing over the pillowcase. Do choose a masque designed for periodic overnight treatment only, not a regular conditioner which may have ingredients not suitable for prolonged application.

Learning Good Hair Habits in Bellevue

Learn more about caring for your locks while you sleep. Certain good habits can be relearned. You won’t forget our easy, helpful tips when you come visit us at Geena Moon’s hair salon in Bellevue.

Does Bad Hair Mean a Bad Scalp?

Ways To Improving Your Scalp Health

Let’s face it. If we don’t take care of our scalps, let us not expect perfect hair. We might have itchy and flaky scalps, but these are often the results of skin conditions, such as dandruff, scalp eczema and psoriasis. On the other hand, external factors also play a role – air pollution, UV rays, hard water and general grime – to irritate and clog the follicles of our hair. Since we take good care of our face, we ought to do the same to our hair and scalp, since they are also exposed to the same pollutants. So what can you do to achieve optimal scalp condition?

Do shampoo regularly, but avoid shampoo products with silicone. Silicones are harsh cleansers such as sodium lauryl sulfate, which dries out the hair and scalp. In extreme cases of scalp scaling, follicles can temporarily ‘switch off’, and stop growing hairs; hence, you’ll notice thinning hair. It is recommended to shampoo daily (without the silicone) in such cases to avoid buildup. At the most, three days between shampoos is alright; longer than that will cause more itching and flaking, leading to hair loss.

Use a toner. Your scalp will benefit from it with daily use. After towel-drying your hair, apply the toner to your scalp in one -inch partings from eat-to-ear. This will help to stimulate the scalp and ward off flaking and oiliness throughout the day.

Use a good exfoliant. For those with a dry and flaky scalp, use it at least once a week to remove dead skin cells, as well as old products, dirt and bacteria build-up. The debris can gather on the scalp and around the base of the hair follicle and may restrict growth.

Brushing can improve blood circulation in the scalp that promotes hair strength and repair. The scalp is nourished enough to regenerate hair cells and strengthen the hair structure. Premature thinning or hair loss happens if blood circulation is reduced leading to weakening and decline of cells. A good brushing allows oxygen, nutrients and minerals to enter the hair follicles to be able to grow.

Diet and lifestyle are also important, so one must eat right. Avoid foods high in unhealthy oils, rich or greasy foods, and fatty foods can result in scalp issues. Psoriasis and dandruff-causing conditions can be exacerbated by these foods. Dandruff and eczema may be exacerbated by dairy, especially cheese, and also white wine and champagne. Also try supplements, like Vitamin D3, Selenium, Collagen, Silica, Co-Enzyme Q10 and anti-inflammatory Omega 3 fatty acids. Also, avoid stress; it can show on your hair.

Connecting Scalp Health to Your Hair in Bellevue

Is your hair distressing you? No matter what you do with it – cleaning and treating and others – you are not getting the hair you want. Come by Geena Moon’s hair salon in Bellevue and have a look at your scalp.

Your Hair Beauty Routine in Winter

Winter Tips for Great Hair

After a sticky summer, it’s time to switch to cool weather alternatives for hair and skin. The key to ultra-shiny hair in even the harshest, driest season is not to wait at the last minute. Your hair needs hydration, nourishment, and protection more so during this time.

What would you need? Firstly, transition to shine butter. Super-moisturize with a finishing butter melt into your hair and scalp for a lightweight shine. Reapply for days to refresh and reset your hair. Just a small amount between your palms to rub, then lightly pat, scrunch, or comb through hair for extra moisture.

Try a hair oil vegan formula, especially with ethically sourced ingredients. If you can find one that smells good too, like with blended cold-pressed almond oil and Bulgarian rose petals, it’s a dream scent. For soft and silky hair all cold season long, apply to wet or damp hair after shower working it through, or you can retouch on dry ends.

Treat your hair once a week to a deep conditioning treatment. It can replenish moisture which tends to deplete in cold winter air or in a dry-heated apartment.

Get regular trims to keep your hair in good health during the winter months – every six to eight weeks, just getting a light dusting of the ends helps reduce the chance of dry, splitting ends.

How often do you wash your hair? Keep that to a minimum, two to three times a week will prevent hair from drying out too much. Make sure you dry your hair before leaving the house, as the moisture in your hair will combine with the cold air and further damage to your making it more brittle and dry.

You can wear a hat that will keep your hair covered from the wind, rain and snow. But avoid this if you don’t want some of your hair getting caught in the hat fibers. Instead, wrap your hair in a silk scarf before putting on your wool beanie. This helps to protect your hair from damage caused by the hat rubbing against your hair and it also cuts down on the static.

You can also fight static if you use a good heat styling product for blow drying. This can also be used on dry hair before using a curling iron or flat iron.

Winter-Ready Hair in Bellevue

Come over to Geena Moon’s, your favorite hair salon in Bellevue, and know more about getting and maintaining great hair in in all types of weather.

Growing Your Hair Faster, Longer, Stronger

Tips And Treats

So you want to grow your hair longer and you don’t have the time to wait? First, let’s see if this is at all possible and educate ourselves in hair growth care.

Your genes will determine the maximum rate at which your hair will grow. For most people this is averaging half an inch a month, and there is not much one can do to make it any faster. However, you can take steps to ensure your strands are growing at their optimal rate and not falling out before they should. You can optimise hair growth at the fastest rate possible by ensuring your hair is healthy from roots to ends, nourishing from inside out, and giving it lots of care.

First consider your scalp. It’s the environment from which hair grows. It is essential to look after your scalp if you want to grow long and strong hair. Regular cleansing, daily toning and weekly exfoliating scalp mask commendable treatments.

Where hair supplements are concerned, you can take healthy levels of certain minerals to boost hair growth and help prevent breakage. A high-quality iron supplement can ensure you don’t lack iron which is said to cause hair loss. Biotin is another supplement you can take, the lack of which leads to loss of hair.

Hair will start to break off if it reaches a certain length. Hence, use products that will strengthen hair and keep it in great condition. Using a weekly pre-shampoo conditioning treatment will plump the hair shaft with moisture, improving elasticity and strength.

Is your diet healthy for your hair? Protein and complex carbohydrates are key to maintaining a good hair growth cycle. A diet with both of these during the most important meal times of the day – breakfast and lunch- can give your hair strength when energy use is at its highest.

Are you brushing hair correctly? Your brush shouldn’t damage your hair’s outer cuticle, which protects the strands from damage. Rounded, plastic prongs and a cushioned base are better than boar bristle brushes. Also, brush hair from the roots up and not the the other way around. It can cause friction to the shaft.

Lastly, trim your hair ends without taking off length, like an invisible cut every 3 months. Follow with regular strengthening treatments to prevent breakage and always use a thermal heat protection product when using heating tools. A keratin blow dry can add protein.

Helping You Grow Your Hair in Bellevue

Come for tips and great advice from Geena Moon’s Bellevue hair salon. We take hair seriously and care for it beautifully. It’s about time you visit.

Why a Hair Consultation is Important

A Heart-to-Heart Talk About Hair

Any hair care routine should have a hair consultation with experts, namely your stylist or colorist. It’s a very important part of hair care, especially when it comes to decision-making regarding a new hairstyle or a color change. It is best that you begin any type of hair service with a consultation.

You may opt for an everyday style or an intricate wedding updo, or a simple blow-dry, but just the same, your hairstylist must understand your needs for the service to run without issue. When you have a hair consultation, you’re having an open communication, making clear what your expectations are while your stylist can inject pointers and make clarifications. It’s the best way to determine the outcome.

In a consultation, be sure to give your stylist important information, such as: what you really like done and what you don’t like. If it’s a hair cut style or a color, it will be best to have a picture of it. The salon will surely have a catalog of sorts for you to look over and make a final decision. Your stylist may also suggest the cut or color fitted to you based on your preferences, your lifestyle.

It is also good to give some information about yourself, the occasion for which you need the service done. It may also help to share if you can afford the time and dedication for home care, styling and maintenance. You can also give a history about your hair, particularly any latest treatment you’ve had, including products used. It can be important for your stylist to know for it may have an adverse effect on the procedure you are seeking, affecting the hairstyle or your hair. Mention, too, if there are any bad hairstyling experience you’ve had to serve as a guide to your stylist.

Listen to your stylist when advice, tips or precautions are given. The stylist can forward suggestions and it is really up to you to help you make decisions. And to be able to enjoy the results for as long as it takes, mind the stylist’s advice on maintenance, home care and other requirements.

It doesn’t really seem to take that long for a good consultation before you can proceed with the service you seek. A good 10 to 15 minutes may be all that is required, maybe longer if you have some issues. A good hair salon makes time for these preliminaries which are all too important, really. Over time, as you and your stylist get familiar with each other, these consultations can be a breeze.

Happy Hair Consultations in Bellevue

We always have friendly and breezy consults at Geena’s hair salon in Bellevue. So if it’s a new cut or a new hair color you want, we are always happy to sit down with you and talk hair.

How Often Should You Have A Trim?

To Trim or Not To Trim

Having a hair trim does not usually make it to the top of to-do list for most women. Sometimes it’s just a dread to have this done. But later, you wonder why you keep putting it off because you simply feel amazing after. Hair trimming is an important part of self-care and can even be considered therapeutic.

You will know it’s time for a trim when you see split ends start to show up, when your hair feels bulky, dry and drab, and when you couldn’t handle those tangles any more. As everyone is different, so is one’s hair texture which may require different frequencies as far as trimming time is concerned.

For the buzzcut, women will need to schedule regular upkeep. Though it takes hair a full month to grow half-an-inch, people are better able to see the growth on a buzzcut because it’s so short. Then you’ll require touch-ups every three weeks.

The pixie is a short cut with a shape that needs to be maintained. It’s really important to get frequent cuts every six weeks. Hence, it doesn’t mean that short hair styles, such as a pixie, will need less taking care of. To maintain its shape and still look good, it takes that frequent a cut.

Shoulder-length hair is easier to manage. A mid-length cut can hang on longer than a short one.If yours is something slightly above the shoulders, by the time the ends brush your shoulders again, you’ll know it’s time for a trim. It should be around every eight weeks.

Long hair requires the least visits to the salon. If you have a one-length cut and your hair is of fine texture, every 2-3 months visit to your stylist is fine. If the hair is thicker, curly, or heavily layered, trimming time may be shorter than 3 months. Now when you notice layers seem to disappear or when you find that the middle of your hair is fuller than usual, it’s time for a snip.

How about if you are growing your hair out and you’re needing a trim?

Give your hair a chance to grow, but not too long before that length needs to be cut off. If you get your haircut too often during the grow out process, you’re just cutting off the new length. You can have a trim every 12-16 weeks if you’re trying to grow your hair out. However, the less stress you’re putting your hair through on a daily basis, the longer you can go between trims. For example, the more you bleach, color, or utilize styling tools like blow dryers, the more frequent your trims should be.

The Best Times To Trim in Bellevue

Do you think it’s time to have a trim or are you needing a new haircut? Come by Geena Moon’s hair salon in Bellevue, have the cut of your dreams and know when to re-trim.

Amazing Pixie Hairstyles for Ladies

Short Cuts and Pixie Cuts

Women above 50 do know how to look beautiful. From their choice of clothes, accessories, to their makeup, these women know that very little can make astounding changes in their looks. One way to get great compliments is a change to the right hairstyle. For older women today, simple yet elegant short hairstyles are very popular. They don’t blindly pursue hair trends, but are inspired by the best tendencies.

Flatter your heart-shaped face with a short or very short hair cut. You can consider a cut just below the chin for a fun, youthful appearance and great body around the ears. Or a shorter one works with more volume on top, plus layers which elongate the face. Side-swept bangs in both add a youthful appearance.

Remember that bangs can liven up any haircut, even one that you’ve had for a few years. Bangs main benefit is that they can take years off your face. They cover up a hairline that begins farther back on the head. They draw attention to the eyes, and can help add volume to flat, lifeless hair.

Pixie hairstyles are classics for women over 50. They frame your face, showing off and highlighting the best features. You can wash this hairstyle, add some pomade for texture, and go. They are also somewhat low-maintenance. Also have the versatile pixie via getting layers cut in and adding a few highlights to freshen up the average pixie. A super-edgy pixie simply is keeping your gray hair and wearing it bravely in a pixie. The elegant pixie is soft and sensual with more layers and great volume, with the help of a styling product. It works best on thick hair with a little natural wave. It’s also perfect for making a rounder face look a little longer.

A stylish pixie is a super short pixie, best on petite, thin women, and anyone with a long, elegant neck, and thicker hair. It can also look great on tall and curvy women. However, you might have to go for a little longer pixie if you’re tall with a smaller bust or are full-figured. The modern pixie tends stay ultra close to the scalp and works best on women with oval, square, and heart-shaped faces. For round faces, add some longer bangs and style them forward or up to create the illusion of length. If you have thinner hair and tend to fall flat, keep the layers longer to add volume. Add highlights to create the illusion of more body, the color itself will actually plump up your hair follicles.

Hairstyles for older women can and should be interesting, modern and, certainly, flattering.

Looking Years Younger in Bellevue

The pixie cut is an amazing and versatile hairstyle not just for the modern, mature woman of today, but this short rendition looks great in most other ladies, young and old. Come see Geena at your hair salon in Bellevue.