Bohemian Bride, Wild Free Hair – 2018

Posted by on May 22, 2018 in Helen's Blog | 0 comments

Bohemian Bride, Wild Free Hair - 2018

Photo: Chris Brychy

This  Bohemian bride has wild and free hair, lived in hair, with braids which have been constructed with neat, clean sections, controlled, then deconstructed. A powder was used for texture, volume, grip, and to help expand and pull the braid apart. A tiara adds more magic.  For more 2018 bridal ideas, with 28 inspirational photos just archived in a new album, CLICK HERE

Hair: Danielle Keasling, Salon Karma, Bluffton, SC … Products: Matrix Stylink/Height Riser Powder  … Makeup: Josie Jones … Tiara: Emma Katzka Bridal … Styling/Art Direction: Wildheart Wedding Photography … Photo:  Chris Brychy

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New Bohemian Bridal Hair Movement – 2018

Posted by on May 19, 2018 in Helen's Blog | 0 comments

New Bohemian Bridal Hair Movement - 2018

Photos: Chris Brychy

Page from my column in the May 2018 Bridal issue of Peluquerias Magazine. This is hair for wild and free brides, inspired by the new Bohemian bridal movement and strong women. “We are currently seeing many brides wanting a slightly less contrived, free spirit look,” says Danielle Keasling, who advises neat, clean sections, braids in control, the look only deconstructed after there is a solid foundation, nothing messy. Tips: She uses a powder product for texture, volume, grip, to help expand and pull the braid apart, also a mini crimper creates texture and expansion. Emma Katka’s Bridal Hair Jewelry adds what every bride wants – more magic. To see the new bridal album full of hair inspiration, including more brides from this collection, CLICK HERE 

Hair: Danielle Keasling, Salon Karma, Bluffton, SC …   Products: Matrix StyLink, Height Riser Powder … Tools: CBC Micro Crimper … Makeup: Josie Jones … Hair Jewelry: Emma Katzka Bridal … Styling/Art Direction: Wildheart Wedding Photography …   Photos: Chris Brychy

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Crown of Romantic Roses for Brides – 2013

Posted by on May 9, 2017 in Helen's Blog | 0 comments

Crown of Romantic Roses for Brides - 2013

Photo: Krisztian Lonyai

A romantic crown of roses on top of long cascading hair has a fairytale bohemian feel and is the way many brides would love to look.   By Danielle Keasling, Salon Karma who says the model’s amazingly thick hair was given even more volume with a cocktail of products and 20 pre-set clip-on human hair extensions by Racquel Welch for HairUWear, after which the hair was finger-combed.  For more bridal  hair inspirations, click HERE

Hair and Makeup: Danielle Keasling, Salon Karma, Bluffton, SC …Products: Matrix Design Pulse Thermo Glide, Go Big Mousse, Thermal Spray, HairUWear P.O.P. Extensions …  Photo: Krisztian Lonyai

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Temporary Dreadlocks – 2016

Posted by on Apr 3, 2017 in Helen's Blog | 0 comments

Temporary Dreadlocks - 2016

Photo: Zoe Christou Welsh

These temporary twisted dreadlocks, aka dreads, were created to mimic the hair trend that has now been redeveloped and reintroduced.  They are intentionally matted sculpted ropes of hair, without the commitment.  From Danielle Keasling’s “Twisted” Collection, these embellished refined edgy looks are enhanced with hot new earthy metallic colors –   “raw, fresh, current to celebrity trends, organic, beautiful, artful,” said the hair innovator who owns Salon Karma, in Bluffton, SC.  Each photo got a full page for a lovely double page spread in my column of the March 2017 issue of Peluquerias Magazine, published in Barcelona, Spain.

Hair: Danielle Keasling, Salon Karma, Bluffton, SC … Products: Matrix Stylelink, Rough Me Up, Height Riser, Texture Building, Volume Fixer … Makeup: Timothy Cabell … Photo: Zoe Christou Welsh

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