Friday, March 25, 2011

It's Lily!

Hat's off to Spring!

Hello! It's Lily! Can't hide my hair under my chapeau for much longer. Jessica gave some very good words of advice this morning. As we watched the rain pour down-oh, what fun she and I have for our Wash and Go over a cup of tea. When conditionaing at home, heat your hair a bit with the dryer, this opens the hair so the conditioner can enter the hair and opens the cuticle. Notice how a shower cap really can retain body heat too, keeping the warmth. After a few minutes, remove the shower cap and let your hair cool. This closes the hair shaft, capturing more conditioner. Today she used an oil with a nutty fragrance, it makes the hair dry a bit quicker and left my hair with movement and shine. One of her tricks is when making hair radiant with Chi Silk, begin at the back, apparently it makes it's own way to the front. Come in for a Wash and Go and make some one's day when your hair is the prettiest thing they see.

Saturday, March 12, 2011

Guest Blogger-Lily

Buffed to a Shine!

Yooohooo! It's me, Lily! As I mentioned last week, as Tara left with swinging, shiny supermodel hair-and great boots and a bag I have been searching for since-her hair glowed. Then it was my turn, and my results were perfectly regal and shiny. The charming stylist explained that as you buff your nails for a natural healthy shine, buff your hair. She showed me her method, by sort of twirling the brush as she dried. I have always gone for the tug and stretch method, dull, dull, dull.

So I tried her twirling method, and Voila, hair that is smooth as silk and straight as baguettes-with shine and movement. A dab of Silk Infusion seems to, well...mmmmmm, it gilded the Lily!

So come into Lily's for what we call a Blow and Go for a mere $27, and let the stylist make you as pretty as you are smart.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011


Friday, March 4, 2011

Hair Tinsel

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