Jane Fonda has been a style icon for eight decades now, which is really no small feat. From her graceful clothing and popular hairstyles to her killer looks, not to mention her vivacious personality, there is a reason she still remains a beacon in Hollywood glamor. With a brand new show on Netflix, Grace and Frankie that has critics and audiences alike charmed, it is clear that Jane Fonda is still on top.
Her history of beauty and style has always been part of what makes her unique. However, her popular hairstyles have always set her apart. We decided to do a flashback post in honor of Jane Fonda’s birthday and look at some of her most popular hairstyles from the past eighty years.
With her gorgeous blonde highlights and signature wave, it is hairstyles like these that have made Jane Fonda remain elegant while still being trendy. The blonde highlights are flawless with her skin. The touch of red lipstick to go with the whole look, elevates it.
Going back further, there is no doubt that Jane Fonda has had beautiful hair throughout her life. Her look for Barbarella really exemplifies her willingness to try new styles, colors while still looking effortlessly chic. Her low ponytail and shiny mane work wonderfully to accent her cheekbones in this look.
Another eponymous look, this popular hairstyle of Jane Fonda’s has been often requested by many. The shaggy haircut and blunt edges made her an activist icon in the 70s. The almost androgynous look overall made it a subversive haircut for the time. Always pushing boundaries, this was just one facet of her style evolution over the decades.
Jane Fonda has been synonymous with beauty, grace and class – and fabulous hair to boot. These are just some of her best hairstyles over the past few decades of her career, each one more unique than the other. One thing is for sure though: When it comes to Jane Fonda’s style evolution, rest assured that there will be better and more beautiful looks to come.
Hair color can do a lot for you, such as highlighting your face, providing volume to your hair, and adding some oomph to your style. However, when your hair starts to grow and your roots start to show and you have not had a chance to visit your salon, the look may not always be as appealing as you’d like. Here are some suggestions on how to hide your roots between visits to the salon:
Flat hair shows your roots more. So while you’re in between salon visits and are in a bind to hide your roots, it’s important to add some volume to your hair. Lift your hair by adding texturizers or use dry shampoos.
Powder and Concealers
Root powders and concealers are other ways to spray or brush on color to your hair. Many brands will have different colors to suit various hair colors. These products can come in handy when you’re in a jam.
Playing with updos are other ways to hide roots when you don’t want to wear your hair down. Do so with braids, French twists, or any other fun way to pull your hair back to blend and mix hair colors together in a way to hide roots.
Don’t fret if your roots are showing in between salon visits. Follow any of these suggestions, and you’ll have a temporary fix until you get your touch-up.
The preferred product at Red Market Salon Miami is:
uses keratin fibers to hide your roots. Hairatin, in particular, comes in different colors to match various human hair colors. The hair thickening fibers are like a mascara brush with color that you apply to your hair. Not only does it thicken your hair but it also works wonderfully for camouflaging roots.
Spring is the renewal season, the perfect time for makeovers and a new hairdo. Get picture ready with the top trendy hairstyles for the spring season. Here are five different ideas to meet every individual’s style:
Very long, Sleek Strands
Get lustrous, silky hair and wear it down long or flaunt it in a high ponytail. If you already have naturally long locks, add some shine to it. Don’t worry if your hair isn’t long like Rapunzel. Extensions are trending at the moment and will help you achieve this classic look.
Whether you have straight, wavy, curly or very curly locks, add texture to embrace your natural hairstyle. Getting a haircut or adding bangs can help add and create texture. Then condition and style appropriately, enhancing the texture in your hair. You definitely can’t go wrong with some texture in your life.
Get bold this season with a Pixie cut. Then play with color, if you wish. This Boyish hairstyle is a statement cut and requires confidence to pull it off. But it is low-maintenance and will show off your gorgeous face like never before.
If you’re not set on going long or too short, a 90s lob is a perfect balance. It’s fun and casual, but at the same time, you can still style it with curls or wear it sleek and feminine for a fancy night out. This crop is also perfect if you’re trying to grow your hair longer but want to sport a fun new look.
For bang lovers, brow-grazing bangs are in. Whether you want shaggy or side-swept bangs, this hairstyle has both a sexy and sweet appeal to it. Wear your hair down or wear it up. Either way, these face framing locks will impress.
After battling with the cold in winter, it’s time to get refreshed and invigorated. A new hairstyle is one of those things every female finds delight in. So once you find the perfect hairstyles that best suit you, embrace the new season and flaunt your new hairdo.
The hair industry is one that continues to evolve despite the set standards of the classics. When it comes to hair color, hair cuts, styles and even form changing procedures, the one demand that we must always keep reinventing are the Up-Do bridal hairstyles.
In early 2017, Red Market Salon was reached out to with the purpose of hosting one of the countries most followed Hair and Makeup Bloggers on Instagram @hairandmakeupbysteph. She was seeking a salon with high standards and reputable track record to offer a workshop that could accommodate students as well as stylists just wanting to further develop their realm of possibilities.
Stephanie works as a professional up-styling educator, and as a wedding hair stylist and makeup artist. She began her career as a bridal hair specialist in 2007, shortly before graduating cosmetology school. She now travels world-wide for destination weddings and to teach bridal hairstyle workshops. She is the resident bridal hairstyle expert for behindthechair.com, and her hairstyles are internationally recognized, both in the bridal industry and the hair styling industry
Our own special event team attended the workshop in representation of Red Market’s ever expanding set of skills.
If you are looking for a romantic updo hairtsyle to complete your look on your next date night in Miami, read on to learn 5 great techniques for bringing some romance to your hairstyle in Miami. Each of these looks is simple, yet can elevate your everyday hair to something special.
- French Twist
The french twist is a classic style that is best for hair that is chin length or longer. It is an easy style to accomplish by pulling the hair into a low ponytail and then twisting up and hiding the ends back inside. This style is simple, traditional and beautiful.
- Low Bun
Soften the look of a tight, high bun by moving the style lower and keeping the edges loose. This look is simple, yet elegant, and is a great way to add some variety to your evening look.
- Side-Swept Chignon
A side-swept chignon brings unexpected elegance. Easily achieve this look by starting with a side part and bringing the hair into a low ponytail on the same side as the part. Twist the hair until it starts to form a bun, and secure. Soften this look by pulling out some front pieces, and you have achieved an easy yet elevated updo.
- High Ponytail
A high ponytail doesn’t immediately sound like a romantic updo, but a few tweaks can make this style classic and romantic. It also helps to cool you down on those humid Miami nights. Make this look work by creating big, loose curls in the ponytail. Tie with a ribbon and soften the hair in the front, and you have a ponytail worthy of a kiss goodnight.
- Braided Crown
Braids are timeless, and this style pulls them into a crown that is sure to complete your look. Starting with a deep part, begin braiding back on the larger side with two or three smaller braids. Finish by braiding back the smaller side, and weaving the ends under and securing with bobby pins. Make sure the braids are loose to achieve a soft, romantic look for an easy and simple Miami Hairstyle.
These are just 5 great ideas to get you thinking about your next date night hairstyle. An updo is a great way to get out of your usual hair routine and create a special look for a special occasion. At Red Market Salon Miami we know romance and just how to get you looking eye gaping beautiful for your special someone.
It doesn’t matter if your hair is natural, pressed, relaxed or curled, for African-American hair, finding a hair stylist you can trust is not only essential, it’s also tough. Any woman can find fault in their hair no matter what type of hair we were born with. For African-American’s, their hair needs a lot of care to prevent thinning. We will look at some of Red Market’s expert advice on how to take care of and work with African-American hairstyles.
For natural hair
Hair conditioner and shampoo are crucial if you need your natural hair to remain as healthy as always. It is difficult to use styling agents without a conditioner and shampoo. Trimming the hair also keeps it neat and stylish and avoids you the feeling of unkempt hair.
For pressed or straightened hair
Pressed hair needs lots of visits to the salon; some go every two weeks for trimming. However, instead of many visits to the salon and using too many products, drinking a lot of water and greens has significant benefits on your hair. Also, over the counter products like coconut oil are healthy options for your hair care.
For relaxed hair
In most cases, 80% of people with relaxed hair complain of damaged hair. Hair relaxers contain chemicals that could easily thin out the hair follicles. However, with technology, you can relax your hair without using hair relaxer products, some hot iron curls would be enough. It’s also essential to determine your hair texture since some textures are not fit for straightening.
For thinning hair
Red Market Salon in Miami recommends the use of Kerastase specific, a high-quality hair product, for people suffering from thinning and damaged hair. The product acts to restore damaged hair and reduce hair loss. For African-American hairstyles that is coarse or relaxed, applying Kerastase after a deep conditioning could provide a heat protective layer on the hair.
We all know that adoring fans regularly emulate their favorite celebrity’s hairstyle, but kid’s haircuts shouldn’t be left out of the fun either.
Here are four fun hairstyles from celeb spawns that children will be sure to love.
1. Brooklyn Beckham’s Relaxed Tresses
Brooklyn Beckham, son of Victoria and David Beckham, opts for a longer, relaxed style. It requires little upkeep and gives that laid back vibe his dad is known for. If you have a child that
loves sports, this kids haircut is great and can be put into a topknot for those extra strenuous days.
2. Suri Cruise’s Baby Bob
Suri Cruise, daughter of Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise, was famous in her own right for the cut of the decade. A killer straight bob with cute, straight-across bangs. The great
thing about this is that upkeep really only requires a bang trim every two weeks. The grow-out process for this cut is also surprisingly easy.
3. Every boy’s Faux-Hawk
Almost every celebrity boy from Maddox Pitt-Jolie, to Moses Paltrow Martin has contended with the faux-hawk at one point or another. Almost a rite of passage, this celeb tot style gives that edgy look without the edgy maintenance.
4. Colored Hair
Surprisingly (or not), many Hollywood children like to color their hair. The most popular color going around? Green. Perhaps it’s due to the popularity of the Hulk or Loki, but green seems to be a trend among these elite youth.
Many of these styles will go in and out of fashion over the years, but leave it to celebrity children to have as much influence as their famous parents when it comes to style.
That big event is coming up. You need your hair to be perfectly curled. However, there is simply no time to make an appointment at the salon for professional styling. You may be surprised to know that you can have salon quality curls, without the time and expense of a trip to the stylist. Here are 3 easy steps that anyone can do to create perfect curls at home.
1 Wash and Prep – A quality style requires your hair to be free of dirt, oils, and any residual chemicals that may conflict with what you are trying to achieve. So wash your hair thoroughly and condition with a light conditioner. The object is to have clean slate for this hair sculpting project. Towel dry the excess water, leaving the hair damp. Now apply a good styling product to the damp hair. A great choice for this is “L’Incroyable Blow-dry” by Kerastase. You will want to Apply one or two pumps to towel dried hair from the ends, working upwards.
2 Dry and Curl – Now that the hair is fully prepped for your perfect curls, go ahead and blow dry the hair. Once your hair is dry use a high quality curling iron of the appropriate barrel size for the curls you want. Hold your iron vertically for looser curls, and horizontally for bouncier, tighter curls.
3 Style and Hold – No that you have sculpted the perfect curls, let’s make sure you keep them! Allow your hair to cool off for a few minutes, this allows the curls to set. Touching, styling, or even running your fingers through your hair too soon, can cause unwanted frizz or droopy curls. Once they are set, take your time and style your hair the way you want it. Finally, apply a good hairspray to hold your curls all day long. One of the best sprays for this is Kerastase’s “Laque Couture” it is flexible, long lasting, and designed to work perfectly with heating tools.
Using these simple steps you can go to your big event looking like you just stepped out a high end salon. Now that you know the secret, you have the tools you need to create beautiful curls at home when you don’t have the time to come see us at Red Market Salon Miami.
Since ancient times, women have used flowers to adorn their hair, and to signal their “availability” to marry. (In Polynesia, for example, a woman shows she’s single by wearing flower behind her left ear. A flower worn behind the right ear means that you’re married or engaged.) In recent years, the neo-hippie crowd that frequent music festivals like Coachella have taken to wearing crowns of flowers in their hair — think Vanessa Hudgens for example, who frequently embraces a “Boho” look.
Here’s a look at some famous blooming flower hairstyles the “trend” that refuses to go away …
1. Frida Kahlo’s Glorious Floral Headpiece
Frida Kahlo made the floral headpiece her signature look. In photograph after photograph, she’s shown wearing a variety of interpretations. Today, the look has been copied by the likes of Kate Moss, Karlie Kloss and Beyonce, one of the biggest trend setters of modern times.
2. The Flower Child
During much of the 60’s and into the early 70’s, the hippie scene embraced the idea of the flower child. Women wore flowers in their hair as a symbol of “flower power”, the slogan of the times that used flowers to represent the concept of peace and love in the era of the hugely unpopular Vietnam War.
3. The Classic Hawaiian Haku (Crown of Flowers)
Hawaiian natives wore beautiful crowns of native flowers in their hair called hakus. The haku was particularly striking against the sleek dark hair of native Hawaiian women, who often wore them along with classic leis. It wasn’t only women who wore hakus — little girls frequently wore them as well. The tradition goes on today at performances of the traditional “hula” dance and at festivals throughout the Hawaiian Islands, as well as being extremely popular with Hawaiian brides.
Floral “crown” flower hairstyles are still popular today, especially among brides and their wedding parties. But you don’t have to be a bride or a bridesmaid to wear flowers in your hair. A simple flower behind the ear, tiny blooms woven into a braid or an updo or even a not-too-flashy floral crown are entirely appropriate for any fancy dress-up occasion!