Under The Dryer

Under the Dryer: Naturally Chic

Under the Dryer

Saturday, November 17, 2012    

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Who says going natural has to be dowdy? With so many celebs going natural these days, stylists have come up with a variety of looks to meet the growing demand. One such look is the ultra-femme Mohawk. Lisa Hutchinson of Lisa's Full Service salon, Jamaica Observer 2011 Under the Dryer Awards recipient for 'Best Place for a Fab Short Bob', demonstrated just how versatile your natural hair can be with a little creativity and a splash of colour. Plus, we also share how you can attempt the colour-block trend on your nails.

Photos: Bryan Cummings

The Edgy Cut!

Client: Patrice Williams

Age: 31

Profession: Attorney-at-law

Hair:

Lisa Hutchinson, director of Lisa's Full Service Salon

Products Used:

Alfaparf Milano

Redken Clear Moisture Shampoo

Design Essentials 6-in-1 Reconstructive Conditioner

L'Oreal Colour Treat Conditioner

Nails

Technician: Charmaine Richards

Trend: Colour-Blocked Nails

1

Cuticles are pushed back and groomed.

2

Apply on-trend teal nail enamel to four fingernails.

3

Apply neon pink nail enamel to the index fingers.

4

Mist the nails with rapid dry nail spray.

Contact information:

Lisa's Full Service Salon

1 1/2 Altamont Crescent

Tel: 816-9408

(by appointments only)

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