Haha. Cute.Source: rubbingalcohol
My favorite cosmetology website, behindthechair.com, has just released a photo collection of the looks that made the finals in NAHA (the North American Hairstyling Awards). Check them out!
So being the big ‘ol queer that I am, I decided to do a post about the lovely lezzies of the cosmetology world… both real, and fictional.
Sally Hershberger is one of the most sought after hairstylists in Hollywood. Her signature cut, the “Sally Shagg”, became an instant hit after it was debuted on actress Meg Ryan. Sally is a JEWISH LESBIAN HAIRSTYLIST! My hero :)… I will be just like her one day :P
Tabatha Coffey of Tabatha’s Salon Takeover on Bravo TV has been with her partner for over a decade.
She was quoted saying “It’s Not Really About the Hair: The Honest Truth About Life, Love, and the Business of Beauty.” in 2011.
Shane McCutcheon is probably the most lust after charater of the hit Showtime drama The L Word. She is played by Katherine Moennig, who is also a lesbian. Sally Hersberger is rumored to be the inspiration for Shane.
Yay for queers in the beauty business!
My lovely friend Marissa after I cut and colored her hair :)
the cut is a uniform layer on the top half of the head, and a 0degree elevation for the bottom half with side bangs and face framing.
I used wella for the auburn and manic panic for the turquoise
Once you have worn your hair short for a while it is hard to keep the commitment to grow it out. You keep trying but eventually you will get the urge to cut it short again. Once you do this you will wish you hadn’t and that you let it keep growing. Growing your hair out from a short hair cut is a long and painful process.
I’ve been watching a lot of LA Ink reruns this week (I want to become a tattoo artist along side being a hair stylist) and It dawned on me that hair art is body art. Interesting. Just a thought. :)