I am very honored to be featured in the Summer issue of Hair Cut and Style (August 2014). Please take a look at the article below! Major thanks to Mary Greenberg. Please become a fan of the Studio of Colour and Design By Margie Billian on Facebook for your daily dose of tips and tricks… Read More Working with Course Frizzy Hair
I strongly believe this ….. When a client points out a blemish or inconsistency in their cut or color & the hair dresser responds with “its ok, its not noticeable”, etc or gives excuses, it’s time for the client to wake up! Clients, you need to see someone else if this happens to you. Don’t… Read More We Take Care of Our Clients!
At the Studio of Colour and Design, we want your hair to be shiny and beautiful! After a while, excessive product use will dull the shine in your hair. Here is a great article about which products to use to keep your hair shiny! http://www.elle.com/news/beauty-makeup/spring-hair-detox?src=spr_FBPAGE&spr_id=1448_49890298&linkId=7776753 A great trick to get chlorine out of hair is… Read More Detoxing Your Hair
This is a great video to watch to find what brush to use when blow-drying hair. Depending on the look that the client is going for, a different brush can make a world of difference. Had to share it! Have a great weekend everyone!
Hair is my canvas in my boutique studio. Instead of paint though, the tools I work with are shears, combs brushes and tubes of colour. I like to see sparkle, shine, and sheen in hair. This is my 37 year in the hair industry! I still get excited about going to work like I did… Read More A Labor of Love
In my studio, I do a lot of ombre colour. I ALWAYS cut my ombre clients hair first. Cutting ombre hair after colour means that I am cutting out the new, fresh, bright ends. A total waste of money! My goal is always to make my clients look and feel beautiful inside and out. My… Read More Ombre! But — Cut it first!
Tips for a successful consultation with your hairstylist: 1. Bring photos to your appointment. Stylists are very visual. I love to see pictures of cuts, updos, or colours. We don’t mind if you bring in lots of pictures to show us! If a client likes part of one photo and the color of another one,… Read More Tips for a successful consultation
At my studio, I do a lot of corrective colour. This is a great article that explores the how’s and why’s of colour correction. I hope you enjoy it! http://www.modernsalon.com/hair-photos/how-to/COLOR-CORRECTION-HOW-TO-Removing-Years-of-Black-Box-Color-248087021.html