Thursday, April 21, 2011

Donald Trump / Star Hair Style


Drawing inspiration from the hair style trends of our favorite stars and celebrities has become a national past time. One such celebrity hair style is that of International property developer and television star Donald Trump. His trade mark comb-over hair style and techno-color hair” is a tonsorial work of art. 

TO GET THE LOOK: Are you watching your hairline fade and feel that there’s nothing you can do about it, short of a hair transplant? Before you give up, take a styling lesson from Donald Trump’s and put your base ball cap away. To get the look, let’s take it one step at a time; starting with a style cut and shaping. 


LET’S SHAPE IT: To cover this much landscape will require a building permit and full set of architectural hair styling plans. To get the look, start with a long layered silhouette and low slung side part combed over the crown to put the blank spot stylishly under cover. The sides and front are long and tapered with a few “love locks” to cover the hairline. With a few adjustments (tweaks) as it grows you can easily find the ideal length and shape for your style.


LET’S STYLE IT:  To get all 500 hairs flying in formation start with a dab of shaping gel or gel mousse to thicken and add style support. Just run either through damp hair and give it a quick blast with a blow dryer for a full look. After part and swoop the hair across the top, flipped the front back and push it forward to cover the receding hairline. To hold this tonsorial master piece in place finish with extra hold special FX hairspray and you’re good to go.


NOW, LET’S COLOR IT:   If your hair color is fading away and graying around the temples like Donald Trump’s a light golden brown tint will wash the gray away and give the thin hair a thicker look. After, a clear glaze seals-in the color and turns up the shine. To prevent the color from fading prematurely a light brown color enhancing shampoo is used weekly. To keep it up the new growth is re-tinted once a month. This will cost a few extra bucks but is well worth time and expense for a youthful look.


Now that you have your fading hairline covered with a few “love locks” you can put your base ball cap away. The low side part combed over the crown puts the blank spot stylishly under cover. The full look with neckline over the collar gives you a sporty look. Trading in your graying hair for a light natural brown hue defines the shape and washed the gray away for a youthful look. Heads will turn and your pals will wonder “What’s Up Dude” when they see the babe's making a fuss over you and your Donald Trump comb-over do’.

Monday, April 18, 2011

Tax Deductible Haircuts


Jump-start the economy & improve America's Face Value

With the high cost of salon visit's today the vast majority of American's can’t afford to visit a salon on a regular basis. I have a solution, how about a tax deductible hair cut? It would jump-start the economy, stimulate the beauty industry and improve America's face value.

A simple $100 per year (deduction) for grooming would go a long way to cover the cost for this healthy service the professional beauty industries (salons) provide. As the saying goes, when you look good, you feel good, it’s the essence of what we professional's provide. It’s much more than a hairdo' or simply an accessory to fashion.

Think of what this would do to stimulate the beauty industry and help every American afford to look their best. Research has shown that only a small percentage of the population can afford to visit a salon. As a result the vast majority of people have never experienced what a salon visit can do to build confidence and improve their appearance both physically and emotionally
Many of you reading this thought provoking article may get a "few giggles" out of it, but people in the public eye and entertainment industry have been deducting personal care services for years, legally. And many corporations and businesses require their employee's to look well groomed at their own expense and hair is a big part of that.

We've been getting clipped for years, isn’t it time for a trim?

How about a tax deductible haircut?