"I was obsessed and knew I needed Julie as my hairstylist once I stumbled upon her Instagram page! She is the absolute sweetest and I would advise all my boho braid queens to stop looking when you find her :) Everything about her services is perfect from her responsiveness, professionalism, and of course talent! I can’t say enough good things and I’ll always be grateful!"
ELIMINATING ONE BRASSY HIGHLIGHT AT A TIME
Finding a blonde specialist who understands the fear of trusting a new stylist is a struggle I've experienced firsthand. I know the frustrations of not getting it blonde enough, damaged hair, and feeling like you're not being heard or understood.
I chose blondes as my focus because they are so damn gorgeous and limitless. Blondes deserve respect and time dedicated to getting it right. I am on a journey to deliver just that by eliminating one brassy highlight at a time.
My consultations begin with evaluating your current hair color and your desired outcome.
As soon as we start, I will ask you how often you would like to commit to maintaining your color. This is important because we've all had a beautiful look leaving an appointment, and when we get home, we realize it won't look that way again until the next time we go to the salon.
I am all about what's real, and the conversation needs to start with your ideal maintenance, budget, and hair health.
I call this consultation process Finding your Blonde IQ. The right blonde shade and placement exists for almost everyone but fitting it into your lifestyle in a realistic and manageable way is my job.
Photos are beautiful, and I request them, but they are also just that, one moment in time. I want your hair to look amazing from all angles, including when you're the one styling it at home.
HOW I DETERMINE YOUR BLONDE IQ
1. Your inspiration pictures and desired result
2. Starting natural shade of your hair
3. Previous hair color history/current hair color(s)
4. Hair’s health
5. Length and texture of your hair (fine, coarse, curly, straight)
6. Desired frequency of salon visits
7. How you style (or if you don’t style) your hair
8. Where your part falls
9. Shape of your natural hairline
10. Skin tone and undertones
12. Other lifestyle factors-If you’re a swimmer, work out and wash your hair every day, etc.