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What are the Different Methods of Hairstyling?

  • Haircuts and Trims

When a client makes an appointment with their hair stylist, many customers frequently ask for a haircut or trim. A comb, hair styling shears, and detangling spray are common instruments used during haircuts. These instruments enable a stylist to achieve the desired looks for their clients, in addition to a number of specialist haircutting techniques. Although professional hair stylists are capable of producing a wide range of cuts and styles, the client's hair texture must be taken into account before the process is started. The most frequently requested haircuts are bangs, blunt cuts, lobs, pixie cuts, layers, and bobs. In order to maintain the style of most haircuts, many hairstylists advise maintenance every six to eight weeks.

  • Color Services

One of the most common reasons customers go to their hairstylist is for professional coloring treatments. Shampoo basins, chairs, bleach-resistant towels, clips, spray bottles, gloves, brushes, combs, and color-processing chemicals are just a few of the supplies needed for coloring services. The effectiveness of the coloring visit depends greatly on the stylist's complete understanding of the chemical procedures necessary to produce the client's desired color. To obtain the client's desired look, a certain coloring procedure may occasionally require many treatments spread across several appointments.

  • Curling Services and Perms

Even while perms aren't as common as they once were, some customers still have a high desire for this service. Due to the length of time, the chemical processes need to work, a perming procedure typically takes five hours to complete. For those whose coarser or mixed hair types require more time to style every day, perms are a great solution. A professional curling or styling appointment can also be made for those who like the way a perm looks but would rather have flexibility in their hairstyle.

  • Blow Outs

Professional coloring services are one of the most popular reasons why clients visit their hairstylist. Coloring services require a variety of tools, including shampoo bowls, chairs, bleach-proof towels, clips, spray bottles, gloves, brushes, combs, and color-processing chemicals.

What are Some Popular Hairstyles?

  • Elegant Updos: Professional salons often become very busy around specific times of the year, especially during prom and homecoming season. Professional hair stylists are trained in a variety of elegant hairstyles that will complement the client’s facial features and bone structure.
  • Mullet: While once seen as a “throwback” style from the eighties, the classic mullet has become popular again. However, instead of working against the client’s hair texture, special care and consideration must be taken to assure this look has a modern flair. This style can be a fun way to change up an otherwise ordinary hairstyle.
  • Box Braids: Box braids are a popular modern look in a variety of communities, specifically among younger clientele. If professionally done, box braids can last for up to six to eight weeks if they are properly maintained and cared for. Many professional hair stylists will specialize in this service for their clients.

6 Hair-Styling Tricks Every Woman Should Know

Trick 1: Know your hair type

Trick 2: Blow-drying

Trick 3: Curling

Trick 4: Straightening

Trick 5: Bang Trimming

Trick 6: Fighting Frizz

Finally, here are some additional tips:

  • Overactive use of hair styling products inevitably makes you look older. This rule holds true for evening and daytime hairdos alike.
  • If you are using hair styling accessories, make sure they’re high quality. Avoid garish plastic combs, children’s hair clips, and velvet bands.
  • When curling your hair, use large rollers or other accessories — this will help you avoid making your curls too small. Tiny curls can add vibrancy to your looks, but this only works if you’re under 25-30 years old.

The best Japanese hair styling products

  • Shiseido Moist Hair Spray 

If you’re getting ready to straighten your hair, you can use it as a leave-in conditioner on damp tresses.

  • Arimino Peace Pro Design Freeze-Keeping Wax

The Arimino Peace Pro Design Freeze Keeping Wax is one of the more popular products here as it is endorsed by the actor John Cho. Whether it’s hot, humid, cold, or dry, the Arimino wax keeps your tresses locked into place for hours.

  • Oshima Tsubaki Camellia Oil

It leaves your hair shiny, soft and moisturized. If you’ve got split ends, this oil works wonders on them too. The Oshima Tsubaki Camellia Oil also helps form a protective barrier on your strands. So if you want to use it as a heat-protect serum before straightening or curling, go right ahead. 

  • Magic Move Hair Cream

The texture is a bit hard but works best for fine, wavy hair. If you’ve got thicker hair, you might need a bit more product. This hair cream comes in handy, especially if you’re trying to create loose, wavy hairstyles like beach curls or the bed-hair look.

  • Arimino Spice Water Shining Straight

Apply the cream formulation before you style your tresses. It forms a protective layer that prevents further damage and leaves your hair silky smooth and straight.

Where to get Japanese Hair Styling Products? 

Now that you are aware of the benefits that hair styling products can bring about, you must be eager to know where you can buy one for yourself. In that case, head over to our online store Japan with Love. You can browse a wide selection of genuine hair styling items in Japan. We also provide quick delivery. Visit us to avail of the perks of hair styling products sooner than later!