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Post by Kenzi So you've decided you're in need of a hair makeover. Maybe you're a blonde ready to try a rich brown for the first time, or vice versa. Or maybe you've decided to chop off your waist-length locks into a pixie. Making such a drastic transformation can be a scary and intimidating thing, but we are here to ease the process. Come in for a consultation first! Always complimentary, a consultation is often a useful tool if you're not 100% certain of the direction you want to go. Our team of stylists knows the tricks and techniques to bring you to the exact shade and cut you're looking for. Here's what to expect from a consultation (plus a few tips on how to prepare for it): When you get into your stylist's chair, she will listen to what you want and what you hope to get out of the appointment. It helps to bring in pictures of styles/colours that you like so you can both be sure to be on the same page. We also have iPads at each station in the salon so you can search through photos together. Your stylist will then offer her insight and advice on what it will take to get you where you want to be. She will walk you through the process, discuss the cost of the service, and you can both decide on a course of action together. She may tell you that you require several appointments to get from the brown you have to the blonde you want. She might say you can't do the service at all for the sake of the hair. Any advice she gives you is her professional opinion and is always to maintain the integrity of your hair, so don't get discouraged if [...]
Post by Kenzi Last Sunday, Hollywood's finest strutted the red carpet at the Golden Globes, and though we're all about hair here at Sin 7, let's take a look at some fashion hits and misses. First up, the winners of the night - for style, that is. Olivia Wilde donned a gorgeous green gown that emphasized her baby bump rather than hiding it. We commend her for that, and love the mermaid vibe of the Gucci dress with her loose ombre hair. (Photo: John Shearer/Invision/AP) Next, we love Emma Watson's creative Dior number - a fully backless, bright red dress with a pair of navy slacks underneath. Cute, eyecatching, and something that set her apart from the rest. (Photo: John Shearer/Invision/AP) Our third style hit not only won in the fashion department, she also took home the Globe for best actress for her role in "American Hustle", and on the red carpet she looked as though she'd stepped straight off the set. The plunging neckline and vibrant red of her Valentino gown could've been stolen from (her character) Sydney Prosser's closet. We love that she stayed in character for her big win. (Photo: John Shearer/Invision/AP) As for the stars who didn't quite hit the mark, we must first mention Julia Roberts. She played it a bit too safe in an outfit that looked more corporate than red carpet. Here's hoping she'll step it up for the Oscars! (Photo: John Shearer/Invision/AP) Next is a "Girl" who chose a less-than-flattering cut and colour (of her dress, not her hair!). Lena Dunham, creator and star of "Girls", went too yellow with her Zac Posen gown, and the strapless neckline cut her all wrong. (Photo: Getty Images) A few gowns sparked more of a varied opinion from the critics. Among the comparisons made to [...]