Showing posts with label fall color. Show all posts
Showing posts with label fall color. Show all posts

Friday, September 9, 2016

For All You Dip Nail Professionals!

For amazingly opaque dip powder manicures, these new fall colors from Artisan EZ Dipper will be your new best friend!

Check out my favorites : Finest Red Wine, Orange Marmalade, and Hot Brownie!!




From the premium Artisan EZ Dipper line, are one of the best color acrylic nail dip powders on affordable wholesale prices. Check out our huge selection of nail powder colors that deliver incredible pigmentation and ultra-rich color. Not only that, these colored acrylic dipping powders are specially designed to be gentle on natural nails! Made without any harsh chemicals and a bubble-free complex, we are sure you will love our color acrylic nail powders! Happy Selling!

Sunday, September 23, 2012

Update Your Look for Fall and Give Your Colorist a Visit!


Hair color is one of the greatest trends that women can enjoy playing around with. Fall is a great time of year to make a change to your color. I myself love making changes to my hair color, I'm a natural blonde, have gone brunette, and am playing around with the idea of...maybe...something a little more red! Changing your hair color with the seasons is definately a lot of fun.

  • Brunettes:
    • If you are looking to update your dark tresses, consider going warmer and darker. Darker colors can highlight the skin and eyes, so it is a great way to change your look with the changing seasons. Another look that continues to stay popular is a sleek, black color. 
  • Redheads:

    • Red is definately a huge trend this fall. Warm tones such as copper and auburn will balance out paler skin. For a lighter, less extreme look, try going with a strawberry blonde color.
  • Blondes:
    • A great way to update blonde hair for the fall is adding more of a beige tone. Also, adding some low lights will tone down the summer blonde color and give you a great multidimensional look. 


Whichever color change you choose, try to keep it within two shades lighter or darker than your natural color. Be sure to consult with your colorist what would work best for your skin tone and leave them to work their magic! Happy coloring!!