LaMont Jones, Pittsburgh’s prized fashion guru, had an article about saving money on hair care recently and he interviewed two top hair stylists to get us the correct information we need to know in order to get the best hair care for the best money.
Put aside your questions about what hair care has to do with fashion.
First he interviewed Philip Pelusi who gave this advice:
Don’t do your color at home. Doing so can waste rather than save money. Statistics have shown those who color at home often end up with a hair color mistake. Then they go to a salon for a corrective color service, which often ranges from $200 to $300.
Then he puts this in there from “celebrity stylist Wendy” which I’m guessing to mean she’s LaMont’s friend who does maybe like Becky Emmers‘ hair.
For big savings, switch to coloring your hair at home. A color close to your natural shade usually provides the best results. Try going one shade lighter for softer results.
So which is it LaMont?
Are we supposed to go to the salon or are we supposed to do it at home?
Join LaMont next week when he reveals the trends for hot Spring fashions:
- The shade of periwinkle blue is hot this Spring. Buy lots and lots of periwinkle blue things. You can’t go wrong with periwinkle blue!
- White is out, replaced with soft pinks.
- Also, stay the hell away from periwinkle blue if you know what’s good for you. Blech.
You’re the best.