Students Talk About Holiday Hair Styles
Big Sexy Holiday Hair
Hey guys, To maintain your holiday hair I recommend that you purchase our gift sets with the pure abundance shampoo and conditioner. For added lift at the root add some volumizing tonic. Using a round brush blow dry up. Then finish with some air control or control force depending on the type of hold you want.
If big hair isn’t your thing (because not all of us want Victoria secret models hair) the smooth infusion line is the line for you! It blocks out humidity up to 12 hours and living in Florida we can all use this! So come into Aveda Orlando so we can help transform your hair! 🙂
Blog post by Aveda Institute Orlando Student: Milagros Aviles
The Perfect Gift for Dry Winter Hands
The Aveda Holiday Gift Sets are here! If you’re not familiar with these our gift sets, they’re a great way to sample new products and introduce your family and friends to Aveda. Wrapped in handmade paper directly from craftspeople in Nepal, gift sets are a welcome surprise in any stocking or under any tree.
A great option this month is the Hand Relief 3-Piece gift set. New scents including Rosemary Mint and Clove make it easy to enjoy the winter months with luxuriously moisturized mitts – a must have in any purse or whole you travel!
All gift sets are limited edition so stop in your nearest Aveda Salon or Retail Store to pick one up.
Blog post by Aveda Institute Orlando Student: Kristine Kirong
Holiday Hair Trends
Guess whaaaatt?! Autumn has arrived! And we all know what that means… Ladies you all are wanting to go DARKER! Medium to dark browns are going like hot cakes right now. Warm tones such as gold and copper spice up the base color by giving it a little pizazz. Not to mention the Aveda color line is 100% customizable to the clients wants and concerns.
Advanced Aveda students can help establish the look you’re wanting for a great cost. Come in and experience a service you won’t find anywhere else. The 12 points of difference Aveda students perform on guests will make you want to stick with them even after they graduate.
Blog post by Aveda Institute Orlando Student: Sarah Anderson