First things first, not all hair length and textures are equal. So, if you are growing out your hair and want to keep it healthy while getting some length, this blog post is for you! We will break it down for you depending on your length and goals. It all depends on where you are
Wondering if you should get balayage? A lot of people still have questions about this sun-kissed technique. We break down who it is and isn’t good for in this post!
We get asked this question from many new clients! What is the best haircut for my face shape? Should I go shorter? Will it make my face feel rounder? Do I have a round face? First things first, we believe that you should try any new trends that you want to! After all, it is
How to take care of your blonde or balayage haircolor at home
Haircolor balayage and blonde experts in Boston and Newton Massachusetts
Why do we shampoo? Guess what?! We don’t need to. Kellyn was featured on the local news on Boston Channel 5 The Chronicle for an episode called “You’re doing it wrong!” And guess what, she believes you are shampooing your hair wrong. New Wash will replace your shampoo and conditioner and will leave your hair
Best haircolor salon in Boston for healthy blonde hair
Have you seen scalp serums, treatments, and tonics and thought… do I need this? Yes, you do! And we are going to tell you a little bit about our favorite scalp tonic, Cake. Treat your hair and scalp to Cake by Reverie, a restorative serum that smoothes, soothes, protects, and promotes regeneration. This leave-in treatment
Dear Good Hair Co. Tampa Family, It is with a heavy heart that we have to send out this announcement. With the surging of COVID cases in Florida, travel from Boston to Tampa has not only become more risky, but also complicated with mandatory quarantining put into place by local government here in New England.
So you want to embrace your white hair? Here are a few things you should know. Color corrections take time, patience, and money. You can plan on your first visit to be around 6-7 hours to highlight as much old color as possible to start the blending process. When we say start the process, that’s