Saturday, February 19, 2011

Save your Hair Color with the Mohawk Ponytail

Suzanne Quinn at Glow Communications is prepping us for summer with the latest & greatest:

February, 2011 (Bethlehem, PA) – Haircolor just may be the most popular beauty accessory ever, so when the sun starts to compromise its vibrancy and tone, a girl can get a little upset. Fear not, Nathan Rosenkranz, fashion director at patrick mcivor color studio and Matrix Mannequin Master, has a solution that will keep highlights as fresh as Blake Lively and Jennifer Anniston’s.

“Most women with long hair pull it into a ponytail during the summer months and that can lead to awkward color lightening from sun exposure constantly hitting the top layers down the center of the head. The result is similar to a Mohawk effect, lighter down the middle and darker on the sides,” explains Rosenkranz who created the Mohawk Ponytail as a way to control where the sun lightens hair.

Mohawk Ponytail Step-by-Step

· Section hair from the top and back into one ponytail leaving both sides out.

· Take the hair from the left side with the right hand and draw hair up and over the ponytail, hold in place.

· Take the hair from the right side with the left hand and draw up and over the ponytail.

· Hold all 3 ponytails and secure together with a second ponytail holder or covered elastic.

· Spray hair with Matrix colorcarethérapie Shielding Shine Mist, a lightweight no-hold mist that preserves the longevity of colored hair, complete with UV filters to shield color from fading and protection against free radical damage. For added health, use Matrix hydrathérapie Aqua Immersion Hair Crème-Masque before and after sun exposure. The new greener formula (Paraben and Silicone-free in eco-friendly packaging) is formulated with aloe, sunflower oil and other nutrients for intense conditioning that instantly detangles, softens and reveals healthy, shiny hair (both available in salons March 2011).

The Mohawk Ponytail doesn’t just prevent awkward color fadage and enhance highlights like a Cheerio on “Glee,” it actually looks cool too!

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