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August 2016

2016 Daughter is stunned by mom’s dramatic Ambush Makeover

August 6th, 2016|

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July 2016

Tips on Preserving Your Hair at Night

July 28th, 2016|

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Tame The Mane! Handling your natural hair

July 28th, 2016|

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Long Hair Makeover for a Deserving Mom

July 28th, 2016|

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Surprise Makeover on New York Live with Hair Stylist Arsen Gurgov

July 28th, 2016|

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Leave it long! 23 long hairstyles inspired by celebrity cuts

July 28th, 2016|

After spending time to grow out your hair, the thought of a new cut can feel daunting.

Sure, changing up your look can be exciting, but the risk of losing precious inches for a new style is enough to make your stomach turn. Trust us, we get it!

But having long locks doesn’t have to mean loose, limp or dull hair. By simply adding layers, bangs or face-framing angles, the right long hairstyle can do wonders to complement your face.

 

The perfect new ‘do starts with a bit of inspiration. With any haircut, Arsen Gurgov a celebrity hairstylist whose clients include Emmy Rossum, recommends showing your stylist a picture of your desired outcome.

“It will give someone an idea and they’ll know immediately if it’s realistic,” he says.

To determine if the cut will work for you, experts rely on three important aspects: hair texture, face type and the shape at the bottom of the cut.

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Would you dare cut your own hair? Pro tips for a perfect at-home trim

July 24th, 2016|

We’ll leave major hair chops to the experts, but small trims or bang updates can be done in the comfort of your own home. One of our own Ambush Makeover hair experts, Arsen Gurgov from Louis Licari salons, shares the secret to a pro-level haircut you can do on your own.

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February 2016

Ask for the Dry Cut and Here is Why … Arsen Gurgov NYC Hairstylist

February 12th, 2016|

If you thought that there was some universal rule that a haircut must involve the cutting of wet hair, think again. In fact, taking scissors to dry hair has never been more popular. That’s because for certain hair types, getting snipped when your hair is completely dry can actually improve the results—as well as improve the condition of your hair too. The following six reasons just might turn you into a dry cut convert too.

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1) Dry cutting is a friend to people with curly and wavy hair.

Anyone with temperamental ringlets or waves knows that exactly where you slice and dice can make a big difference in whether you like the end result – and it can be harder to tell where the curls are going to lie when your hair is soaking wet, says renowned stylist and salon owner Paul Labrecque. Cutting while the curls are doing their thing means your stylist can pick and choose where to cut so that they lie atop one another just right.

2) It can get you in and out of the salon faster.

Ever notice how, after you have a traditional, wet hair cut and your stylist has dried your hair she often has to go back over it again with the scissors, trimming here and there? Doing it dry to begin with eliminates most of this second-round work, says stylist Vanessa Ungaro, co-owner of the salon Lauren + Vanessa in New York City, where Ungaro exclusively uses the dry cutting method.

3) It can be gentler on fragile, thinning hair. 

Wet hair is more fragile and elastic (especially if over processed or fine), and can be prone to snapping while it’s being combed over and over during a wet cut, says Ungaro. You’re likely to shed fewer strands during the whole process if you have a dry cut, notes Labrecque, which is important for people with thinning hair or who are concerned about breakage.

4) There may be fewer surprises.

Because hair is so stretchy when wet, it looks much longer, and this is especially true for people with very curly hair, says Labrecque. Cutting the hair when it’s already dry allows the stylist to trim just the right amount off – and eliminates the shock factor that can come right after a cut, when it can bounce up way more than anyone expected. What you see is what you get when you cut it dry, and that can cut down on any miscommunication between client and stylist, says Ungaro.

5) It can be more precise.

When you dry cut you really get to see the movement of the hair, where most of the weight is and how much really needs to be cut off, says Ungaro, making it an ideal choice for fine or thin hair as well.  One more bonus: You can see split ends more clearly when the hair is dry!

6) It’s 100% tailored to you. 

When hair is cut wet, many stylists are just following a formula and doing the movements that they were taught in school, says Ungaro. “But when you cut dry, you are creating a completely individual, custom haircut especially for the client sitting in your chair,” says Ungaro. “I cut by eye and create movement within the hair so no matter which way the wind moves it your hair will look amazing and fall into place.”

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January 2016

Tips on keeping your hair healthy in this winter. Hairstylist NYC | Hair Guru NYC

January 27th, 2016|

 

Winter is here and so is the cold air and strong winds that damage and hurt your beautiful hair. Here are some tips on keeping your hair healthy, strong and growing during these long cold months.

Stop Washing. Limit washing your hair 3 times a week max and never leave your house with wet hair. When your hair is wet, it is very vulnerable to damage. When mixed with the cold air, it leads to dry, brittle hair full of flyaways. When you do wash, use a sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner like the ones found in our salon. Sulfate-based products strip your hair’s natural oils.

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Conditioning Treatment. Just like your skin, your hair needs a weekly mask especially during the winter months. The dry heat in your house, office and at public places (restaurants, malls, theaters) mixed with the cold air outside strips your hair’s moisture. Using a deep conditioning treatment weekly will help replenish the moisture, leaving your hair shiny and frizz-free.

Eliminate the Heat. With the dry heat pumping everything, try to limit using heat products on days you wash your hair. Heat causes your hair cuticle to split open, which creates frizz and flyaways.

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Sleep with a Scrunchy. It might not be the most fashionable look, but if you sleep with your hair up use a scrunchy or pins over a tight elastic band. The scrunchy is actually less damaging on your hair since it doesn’t pull on your strands. It also won’t leave any unwanted creases or dents making morning styling a breeze.

Get A Humidifier. Winter is the most damaging to your hair because of the heat that’s pumping everywhere. Frizz is your hair telling you that it’s dehydrated and lacking moisture. A humidifier will add moisture to the air which will help your hair and skin from feeling dry.

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What your hair maybe saying about your Health. | Hairstylist NYC|

January 20th, 2016|

Most of us view our hair as separate from the rest of our body, but like our nails, hair is an extension (pun intended) of our body that can give us clues as to our overall health. Herein, four hair signs that something may be amiss.

If you once had thick, lustrous hair that turned fine and limp, first look to see what you’ve been doing to your hair lately. Have you been swimming a lot in chlorinated water? Did you dye your hair recently? These things, among others, can cause your hair to lose its luster. But limp, dry hair may also be a sign of hypothyroidism, or an underactive thyroid, in which your thyroid gland doesn’t produce enough hormones, causing your metabolism to slow down. Other signs of hypothyroidism can be sudden weight gain, unexplained fatigue, and being cold all the time. If you suspect hypothyroidism to be the culprit, talk to your doctor about testing your thyroid levels. If you do have an underactive thyroid, you can often take medication to supplement your hormone levels. Hairstylist NYC arsen gurgov.

A lot of people have dandruff that is easily treated with an anti-dandruff shampoo, but if your dandruff is starting to turn into thick scaly patches, it could be a sign that you have psoriasis, an autoimmune disease in which the skin goes into overdrive, speeding up the process of skin cell turnover. If you have another autoimmune disease, such as multiple sclerosis or Crohn’s disease, it ups the chance that you’ll get psoriasis, so be especially wary if you have another autoimmune condition.

The average person loses about 100 hairs a day (by the looks of my hairbrush at the end of a day, I’d say my average is closer to two or three hundred). This hair loss is normal and doesn’t make your hair feel any thinner. But if your hair starts to feel markedly thinner or your hair starts to come out in clumps, it may a sign that something is up (or in this case, out). Sometimes hair loss can be attributed to a recent stressor, such as a divorce or job loss. In other cases, hair loss can also be another sign of hypothyroidism or a sign of a hormonal imbalance relating to PCOS, polycystic ovarian syndrome. Still, there are also a few medications, including some birth control pills and antidepressants, which can cause hair loss as a side effect.

Yes, hair loss can be related to several things, so in this case, it’s best to talk to your doctor about all your symptoms. Also, if you suspect your meds to be the culprit, talk to your doc about an alternative before stopping your medication altogether.

Finally, another sign of a more serious problem could be dry, brittle hair that breaks easily. Your hair is made up a protein called keratin, and if you’re not getting enough protein in your diet, it could weaken your hair. This could also be another telltale sign of a thyroid issue, so be sure to check with your doc if this is the case.

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