PALS for Hair salon, Jill Imholte
Hairstyle Ideas from Jill
Your hair's color and cut should always work together. This is an example. This is an alternative style. Kind of funky, young, fresh. The edgy cut goes perfectly with the vibrant color.
Curl your hair with a flat iron instead of a curling iron for tight curls that don't look like ringlets.
Messy on purpose. I like it. And if anyone can pull it off, this supermodel can. If you look closely she's added a couple long braids for effect. It's a way to appear naturally beautiful.
This short funky bob is edgy with the bold black color and fringe bangs.
I like this cut. It's a great way to add style to longer hair. It frames her face nicely.
I want her hair. I love the long, soft waves. It's so dramatic.
Loose curls like above but with blonde hair. Equally as gorgeous but such a different look.
Growing out bangs is a tough job, braiding or twisting them off to the side will help you get through the awkward stage.
How cute is this?! I love toddlers with bobs and bangs! So adorable.
Hair should frame your face. This is a great example.
Ponytails don't have to look sloppy. Pull your hair back for a hassle free style by adding curls first.
Her faceshape works well with this cut.
Get the beach look by using Bumble & Bumble Surf Spray.The darker roots are actually 'in' for some styles.
When you use a flat iron, spritz your hair with heat protecting spray first. It helps protect your hair from the heat and also gives you a sleeker look.
I love this hair color! Red is so vibrant and fresh.
These curls are great for day and night. This cut and color combo are perfect for her.