Karen Snyder,Stylist and Board Certified Colorist
Stylist and haircolor specialist , ABCH certified, color corrections, custom color,highlights, bala The integrity of your hair is of utmost importance.
I am board certified by ABCH since 1998 and specializes in haircolor and corrective color, and am a master at slaying the grey!. Proper reconstructive protein, and moisture treatments are part of color services. I will do my best to help you achieve your desired color results without compromising your hair. I believe and participate in continuing education, and attend the ABCH summit almost every
Rich red dimension on a warm brown….
May we never forget
This is not a “cowboy copper” that is trending currently.
Most “cowboy coppers” are more like copper brown. There is no brown going on here
Like a Snickers bar!
Used a warm chocolate and caramel tones to create dimension and minimize her sparkles.
So fun, another former client who found me again! Former clients always welcome back!
New clients welcomed too!
Highlights. Tonal change.
Highlights are beautiful for dimension, but also great to help transition from a deeper color to a more translucent tone.
New client/Former client
Liz was former client that moved away 8years ago,and has moved closer again…came back to me fir her hair needs. So fun to catch up and do her hair again.
Grey coverage and highlighting
Warm highlights on a warm chocolate brown…
And nice natural curl!
Note to self: take pics before clients run their hands through their hair 😉
Warmed up and blended away her sparkles with no ammonia/depositing color. Isolated some of her existing color for dimension.
Highlights blend and diminish those pesky sparkles.
Hi -lo lighting.
Subtle dimension and blending away sparkles…
Low maintenance ….She only has her color done
about every 4 months
This was fun,started with some length off and long layers then I warmed up her base, so sparkles read as highlights, and added more highlights.
Highlights on a warm Bronde……
Warm weather is coming…..
Time to warm up or add some highlights to your color?
Yes. Rain seems to be done spring is here and summer is just around corner…..me, not looking forward to blowdrying in summer, lol,
Slightly asymmetrical shape,
Hi-lo lighting for low maintenance grey blending on my beautiful long time client
Blonde on blonde
Highlights on Dark blonde base
Turn back time
Used to highlight to break up the white….moved into a translucent color that warms up her base and creates look of highlights on the white hair
Modern grey coverage….
Using translucent formulas, grey hair looks like natural highlights…
Grey coverage doesn’t have to look opaque and flat, or like shoe polish.
No more Fizz, and a much faster blow dry time!
Brazilian Blowout smoothing service.
By adding copper highlights to a natural warm brown, she had the reflect and brightness of red tone, without as much maintenance.
Thank you for allowing me to serve you
Holidays are around the corner…book your holiday appts!
Transitioning to embracing her salt and pepper.
She had grown out base color and faded highlights ( and yes, natural curl!)
Highlights and lowlights to mimic her greying patterns.
She wears it curly 95%, but usually likes smoother blowout when she see me. On her way to salt and pepper.
“Going to the dark side”….
Mostly…..deeper richer tone with slight dimension
……plus a little bit of truth
…a little color humor…
May we never forget.
God Bless all who lost their lives that day.
God Bless the USA
Multi dimensional highlighting, right?
Yes, but also a grey blending technique. Would you believe she actually had quite s bit of white hair?
This is a great technique, if you want to diminish the white, and don’t want to be tied to a 4-6 week maintenance, but are ok with 12-16 weeks.
Best suited for naturally blonde-light brown , and you have to be comfortable seeing some shadow at the scalp area, as where as some of your wisdom sparkles.
Reduce frizz, get a smoother blowout with reduced blowout time!
Only took 10 mins to Blowdry this client after her Brazilian Blowout service.
It’s National Ice Cream Day!
One of my favorite treats!
Are your a purist , when is comes to ice cream choices…
Vanilla, Chocolate? Or do you prefer the many different flavors, combinations offered ?
My absolute favorite, is the homemade peach ice cream, my uncle made many summers. Thanks Uncle Joe!
Do you prefer ,In a cone, in a bowl, or directly from the carton?
It’s hot out there today. Enjoy some ice cream.
Public Service Announcement from your friendly neighborhood haircolorist:
Removing tint from hair is not like removing nail polish. Any time we are trying to get rid of darker color, it's a Color Correction.
Even though I have a chemical that can shrink the artificial pigment so that it can be scrubbed out, underneath that old tint is not your natural color. That color is history. What's underneath is hair whose melanin has been disrupted. It is now some shade of red/orange/gold. So it has to be colored again. And I have to be careful that the new tint doesn't reactivate any old tint that escaped the removal. Or, I can use lightener which may or may not remove enough tint before it degrades the physical structure of the hair. And yes, some color just plain refuses to budge.
This is why your colorist tells you that they can't guarantee you a specific end result. Even an experienced colorist with great skills and tools is occasionally stymied by a process that doesn't go as well as they hoped. And they are super bummed when that happens. They want you to love your hair. I promise.
You can make this whole thing less stressful by coming in and saying something like "I'd like it lighter but I understand that it might not be exactly like this picture."
Thank you Aura Mae.
If ou are looking for haircolor correction, or just looking for a Haircolorist, I’ld love to help you.
Laura’s previous stylist had lightened her base and gave her highlights…..creating a brassy orangey base and warm too blended highlights….
Gave her a cooler base and brighter, but still cooler highlights… ..
We finished just in time for her to get to movie theater to meet a friend! Lol
How long have I been a hairdresser? Yesterday I did a “new” client……
Who wasn’t really new. Did her families hair for years, during her growing up years, and I was told I did her “first” haircut! Last time I saw her was 25 yrs ago,when she was in high school, before she went off to college.
How fun it was to get to see her again, and do her hair after all theses years!
One of the most fun classes I’ve taken ….Master series with Dennis Gebhart….. each of us had an inspiration picture, that we had to correct a mannequin head haircolor to finish looking like the Pic…… it was so fun.
Photo credit: FB Hairbrained / /Olaplex
Mimimizing the gold ends as she grows her salt and pepper out
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