This may be one of the most important tips we have to share. For shiny hair without frizz, pat your hair dry instead of rubbing with a towel. If you start today, in 3-4 months your hair will be smooth like never before!
Thank you Nina Aghadjanian and Mane Addicts for the great write-up! Click on the picture to read the full article.
Here are a few things that make it a lot easier to braid your own hair.
- Try braiding your hair when its damp. It's a lot easier, especially if your hair is layered.
- Braid your hair when it's not clean.
- Use wax to keep your strands together before you start
For the curly girls.
Use a t-shirt instead of a towel and pat your hair dry after shampooing. It won't rough up the cuticle and it'll keep your curls in place.
Each one of us can make a difference.
Together we make change!
Whatever you do, DON'T pluck! We know it's tempting, especially if there is only one or two but it can damage the hair follicle and the strand will never grow back. Our hair naturally thins when we get older and you might want to hold on to it even if it's grey. Grey hair is perfectly healthy, it just doesn't have any pigment left.
Get Coachella ready with our favorite travel kit!
We are really excited to announce our partnership with TreePeople for the month of April and May. With the purchase of one cactus, you are donating $25 towards planting a tree with TreePeople. Gift someone this unique present or keep it for yourself. Either way you are reducing your carbon footprint. To learn more about planting trees and saving our planet visit www.treepeople.org
Do you have a lot of bobby pins floating around in your purse? After you eat all your Tic Tacs, repurpose the box to keep them on one place.
Every Thursday we come up with Tips and Tricks especially designed for you, to make your Hair life easier!
Are your bobby pins not secure enough? Maybe you are pinning them the wrong way? Wavy side down, straight side up!
Watch Nikki Pittam create this amazing up-do. Whether you are going to a special event or just a night out of town, you are always dressed perfectly with this style.
Today we helped plant a garden with proceeds raised from our Midcentury LA Pop-Up. Trees For The Future is an amazing non-profit that grows forest gardens to provide families with sustainable food sources, livestock feed, products to sell, fuel wood and up to a 500% increase in their annual income.
Help us celebrate the launch of our newest Pop-Up! Chayann Benedict is an LA based designer known for her saturated colors, intense blues, greens and yellows. Her line includes denim, leather and suede offerings, silk dresses, tops and bottoms as well as locally milled knit T-shirts. All her pieces are 100% respectfully made in the USA. Proceeds will benefit Surfrider. A foundation dedicated to protect our beaches.
Come shop the newest collection at Harper Salon until January. Proceeds of every purchase will go to International Medical Corp to help Syrian refugees.
Join us on Saturday November 7th 7:00pm-9:00pm as we celebrate the launch of TOM's at Harper Salon. Shop our new Pop-Up, enjoy live tunes, empanadas, beer and wine and experience a TOM'S virtual reality giving trip. A portion of proceeds will go to International Medical Corps in efforts to help Syrian refugees.
Green Circle Salons is a growing network of eco-conscious salons across The United States and Canada that share the same goal for the hair and beauty industry: To become 100% sustainable for a greener planet. As an industry with roughly 250,000 salons in the United States we create 421,000 lbs. of waste per day.
Through our partnership with Green Circle we are creating accountability by putting an end to the take-and-make-waste model that is so pervasive in our industry. We are proudly standing up and supporting a vision of a sustainable salon industry by 2020.
As a Green Circle certified salon, we ensure that between 85-95% of all our salon waste is managed in an environmentally responsible way.
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It’s strong! A full head of hair is strong enough to support up to 10-12 tons. That’s the equivalent of two elephants!
Once a month we are hosting Harper Shares. Every Stylist gets the opportunity to share something new, something they are really good at or feel passionate about. Last night we featured Tomo Ochi sharing his barbering skills with all of us.