Edge Academy Education
Trends You Won't Regret
One of the core values at Salon Amaryllis is “Always Growing.” Salon owner Amy Koepke loves to stay on top of the latest styles and techniques and finds continuing education the key to being a top notch stylist. As a Master Stylist, she knows that education is important to growing the rest of the team and helping them become masters of their craft.
Recently the Salon Amaryllis team had the opportunity to go on several cross country trips to learn from some of the nation’s top stylists.
Salon Amaryllis Welcomes New Talent
Every year, magazines reveal the top trends for hair styles, and it’s always interesting what takes. Remember 1994’s Rachel? How about those chunky red and blonde highlights Kelly Clarkson rocked in the early 2000’s? How about that one word all hairdressers cringe when they hear it… MULLET. What do all of these have in common?
3 Simple Ways to Reboot Your Hair for Fall
Salon Amaryllis is thrilled to welcome the talented Madison Cole to our team. Madison is a recent graduate of the College of Hair Design where she fell in love with creating the right looks and styles to make her customers feel even more beautiful.
Washing Your Hair the RIGHT Way
With the change in seasons traditionally comes a change in hair color. Blondes go darker, brunettes add pumpkin or caramel highlights, and red heads get richer and more vibrant. Or if you’re like me, you ignore the trends and do whatever your heart desires, always. . Regardless, everyone gets bored and wants to change things up.
Here are 3 simple ways to spruce up your color without drastically changing your appearance. (Unless you want to.)
Believe it or not, many people fail to wash their hair the correct way and wash their hair too often. The old instructions on the back of the bottle of “Lather, Rinse, Repeat” don’t take into account your hair type and the amount of styling products you use. Washing your hair correctly will allow your higher end products to last longer, therefore saving you money in the long run.