April 11, 2011
[BODY] Marko’s Tips: Hair In Between Seasons?
So April is a weird season … You’re over bundling up, feeling drab,  and are just ready for a change, but it’s not quite warm enough to  really switch it up and you’re not really sure if you’re ready to  brightening up to full on Spring/Summer since it’s still Winter/Spring  and your budget doesn’t quite allow you to go in for a little spruce up  now and then again next month. I’m going to let you in on a little  secret to bump up your hair and give it a little pop to hold you over a  few weeks until it really is season to hit that head with some  highlights.Warning:Now you must follow these directions ultra precise or risk your hair turning ORANGE!Only do this once in between professional color or you will turn ORANGE!Not following my advice will result in ORANGE hair. This is for ALL hair color and types. Items Needed: Get yourself a box of L’Oreal Dream Blonde; 8G (Sunflower Princess), 2 minute timer, shampoo, and conditioner Mix the L’Oreal Dream Blonde; 8G (Sunflower Princess)   (according to directions) … Then pour it into a bowl .. Add 5  tablespoons of shampoo and mix it up …. Now hop in the shower.. Wet  hair… Shampoo your hair with the mixture … As soon as you apply it  to head start the timer .. Work in into a lather for only 2 minutes ..  Rinse thoroughly … Shampoo and condition as you normally do. Now  you’re pumped up Be sure to tell your colorist you did this, so they are aware of it and don’t run into any problems.

Platonic Fey Contribitor Marko Tomassetti
When it comes to hair, Marko Tomassetti’s passion is working with natural pigment. He believes that hair color should be within two shades of its natural color. His philosophy is,   “it may not be your natural color, but it should look like it is.”
Marko’s professional career began in 1996 at the age of 19 when he apprenticed under Louis Licari at his eponymous NYC salon. He then moved to the Jose Eber Salon where his hard work earned   him the honor of becoming youngest colorist in the company’s history.
Marko continued his career at the famous Privé Salon where he honed and perfected his color techniques.
He splits his time between Sally Hershberger Downtown in the Meatpacking District and Sally Hershberger Los Angeles.

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[BODY] Marko’s Tips: Hair In Between Seasons?

So April is a weird season …

You’re over bundling up, feeling drab, and are just ready for a change, but it’s not quite warm enough to really switch it up and you’re not really sure if you’re ready to brightening up to full on Spring/Summer since it’s still Winter/Spring and your budget doesn’t quite allow you to go in for a little spruce up now and then again next month.

I’m going to let you in on a little secret to bump up your hair and give it a little pop to hold you over a few weeks until it really is season to hit that head with some highlights.

Warning:
Now you must follow these directions ultra precise or risk your hair turning ORANGE!
Only do this once in between professional color or you will turn ORANGE!
Not following my advice will result in ORANGE hair.

This is for ALL hair color and types.

Items Needed:
Get yourself a box of L’Oreal Dream Blonde; 8G (Sunflower Princess), 2 minute timer, shampoo, and conditioner

Mix the L’Oreal Dream Blonde; 8G (Sunflower Princess)  (according to directions) … Then pour it into a bowl .. Add 5 tablespoons of shampoo and mix it up …. Now hop in the shower.. Wet hair… Shampoo your hair with the mixture … As soon as you apply it to head start the timer .. Work in into a lather for only 2 minutes .. Rinse thoroughly … Shampoo and condition as you normally do. Now you’re pumped up

Be sure to tell your colorist you did this, so they are aware of it and don’t run into any problems.

Platonic Fey Contribitor Marko Tomassetti

When it comes to hair, Marko Tomassetti’s passion is working with natural pigment. He believes that hair color should be within two shades of its natural color. His philosophy is, “it may not be your natural color, but it should look like it is.”

Marko’s professional career began in 1996 at the age of 19 when he apprenticed under Louis Licari at his eponymous NYC salon. He then moved to the Jose Eber Salon where his hard work earned him the honor of becoming youngest colorist in the company’s history.

Marko continued his career at the famous Privé Salon where he honed and perfected his color techniques.

He splits his time between Sally Hershberger Downtown in the Meatpacking District and Sally Hershberger Los Angeles.

December 8, 2010
[BODY] Marko’s Tips: Gift Of Smooth Hair

Frizzy hair can be such a bummer, and the alternatives can be frightening.

While the fact is Keratin Treatments are a god sent, there are a few treatments out there that are not Just like any products.

First let’s take this back a step and talk about what keratin is.

Keratin is hair protein.

So there are many treatments that contain keratin from masks to shampoos.

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October 27, 2010
Damaged Sperm? Toxics in Toxics out.


The Story of Cosmetics, released on July 21st, 2010, examines the pervasive use of toxic chemicals in our everyday personal care products, from lipstick to baby shampoo. Produced with Free Range Studios and hosted by Annie Leonard, the seven-minute film by The Story of Stuff Project reveals the implications for consumer and worker health and the environment, and outlines ways we can move the industry away from hazardous chemicals and towards safer alternatives. The film concludes with a call for viewers to support legislation aimed at ensuring the safety of cosmetics and personal care products.

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