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John Frieda Salon

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John Frieda Salon

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Stylist At the Serge Normant

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Salon Directory

www.completehairstyles.com [cached]

"When it's too long, it can drag your face down and actually bring attention to the features you don't want to emphasise," says Guy Riggio, hair stylist at John Frieda Salon.
How short is too short? That depends on the length of your neck. The longer the neck, the shorter you can go. Otherwise, stick to Riggio's collarbone rule. "I like to cut hair at the collarbone, then put layers in between the nose and lips to pop it up. This style, says Riggio, shows off your lips, making you look sleeker.


www.ym.com

Guy Riggio, a top stylist at the Serge Normant at John Frieda Salon in Los Angeles, has the skinny on the biggest trends this fall in hair and what we can expect to see on the runways, as well as on the street.Guy says this season is "about extreme high fashion and looking polished, sharp and luxurious," with hair to match.His predictions on what will be totally huge: the low ponytail; sleek flat ironed hair; braids; and full hair (achieved through blow drying, curling iron, or even roller sets).


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"When it's too long, it can drag your face down and actually bring attention to the features you don't want to emphasize," says Guy Riggio, a celebrity hair stylist at John Frieda Salon in Los Angeles.How short is too short?That depends on the length of your neck.The longer the neck, the shorter you can go.Otherwise, stick to Riggio's collarbone rule."I like to cut hair at the collarbone, then put layers in between the nose and lips to pop it up."This style, says Riggio, shows off your lips, making you look sleeker.


www.totalbeauty.com

"Brittle hair will snap," says Guy Riggio, a stylist at the John Frieda Salon in Los Angeles.
If your hair needs more TLC, temporarily retire your blow-dryer and follow these tips from Riggio: Towel dry hair. Slather on a leave-in conditioner like Rene Furterer Fioravanti No-Rinse Detangling Spray ($22, sephora.com ). Twist hair into a bun on top of your head, leaving your bangs and the hair framing your face out of the bun. Let air-dry. "The top knot acts as a roller," Riggio says. "When you take it down, your hair will have a nice wave to it. SALON: "Get a good haircut," Riggio advises. "Dry hair can be brought back to life with conditioning treatments, but brittle ends need to be removed," he says.


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www.completehairstyles.com [cached]

"When it's too long, it can drag your face down and actually bring attention to the features you don't want to emphasise," says Guy Riggio, hair stylist at John Frieda Salon.
How short is too short? That depends on the length of your neck. The longer the neck, the shorter you can go. Otherwise, stick to Riggio's collarbone rule. "I like to cut hair at the collarbone, then put layers in between the nose and lips to pop it up. This style, says Riggio, shows off your lips, making you look sleeker. "When it's too long, it can drag your face down and actually bring attention to the features you don't want to emphasise," says Guy Riggio, hair stylist at John Frieda Salon. How short is too short? That depends on the length of your neck. The longer the neck, the shorter you can go. Otherwise, stick to Riggio's collarbone rule. "I like to cut hair at the collarbone, then put layers in between the nose and lips to pop it up. This style, says Riggio, shows off your lips, making you look sleeker.


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