Sunday, September 17, 2017

Returning to Work in 2018

Good news: I will re-open the salon in a limited way January 2018!

I will be open two days a week (Wednesday and Thursday) from noon until 9pm.

2017 has been a long and difficult year for me but I am looking forward to turning the page and scaling down for what will hopefully be a more productive year. The online schedule is already open, you can access it by using the "book now" button in the upper left corner of this page.

As we roll into fall now, happy holidays and I look forward to seeing you in 2018!

Cheers :D

Friday, March 31, 2017

Layers in Fine or Thin Hair




This is an example of what can happen with layers in fine or thin hair. It's my opinion that a blunt line is better for this hair type. Layers are possible but an experienced hair stylist will consider the hair density carefully and only cut what I call 'surface layers' to avoid this kind of thin wispy see-through look.

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Philosophy on Hairstyling and in Life

I don't like to make blanket pronouncements about what is good and bad in matters of hairdressing and style. I believe these narrowing words can dampen creativity. Perhaps what is "bad" for one clients is "perfect" for another. So you will rarely here me use judgmental statements when discussing anything hair related. I like to work from a positive place based in creative collaboration than from a negative place based on insecurity. 

It's not always easy to carry this attitude over to everything else in life and not make negative judgments, but I make a conscious effort. I never feel good saying something negative about other people's looks or actions because you never really know what that person may be going thru or have gone thru on any given day. I think negative judgments say much more about my own state of mind than anything about whatever the object of those judgments may be. 

I like to work with my clients to achieve hair that looks great on them and fits in with their lifestyle. I believe good hair is within everyone's reach!



Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Go Blonde or Go Home...

What a great transformation to a natural "wheat blonde"
This was about a 6 hour (altogether - 2-3 appointment) transformation costing about $450 total from start to finish.

Why wait? It's a great time to make a big change and you don't have to bleach it out like Pamela Anderson. Natural looking blonde keeps hair healthy and looking gorgeous!


*Process included: All over color, 2 full foils and a gloss

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Order Products Online!

Studio Three has an online store!

Order Product Online and Pick Up!


It's a brave new world...

#loveyourhair
#s3h

Monday, February 1, 2016

New Schedule for 2016

Dear Clients,

I've reviewed my schedule and I think I've come up with something that will work for everyone. Starting immediately, I will be working Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays as well as select Saturday and Sundays!



  • Tuesday open from 4pm to 9:30
  • Wednesday and Thursdays open from 2pm to 9pm
  • Saturdays open from 11am to 3pm
  • Sundays open from 11am to 5pm



All existing appointments outside those times and hours still stand of course. As always, if you have trouble booking thru schedulicity feel free to message me (email or txt only, no social media please.)

I will be going on vacation in March (3/13-3/19), June (6/1-6/16) and July (7/1-7/9) and although I have added extra weekends before and after those dates it may be tough to get in. My first recommendation is to schedule at least a month in advance (usually only need to schedule about 2 weeks in advance). My second recommendation is to book with my friend Tava at Red Chair Salon. She uses Keune color and she's lovely and wonderful. http://redchairrocks.com/the-team/tava/

I hope this news finds you and your family off to a happy and healthy start to 2016!

#loveyourhair

-Lynn Caldeiro

Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Martin Parsons and my first "Celebrity Photo"

At the Vegas International Beauty Show in 2013 I was fortunate to take a class with the Up-Do Master himself, Martin Parsons. I also worked up the nerve to visit him at his booth and chat with him (he's a delightfully gracious man!) and ask for a photo with him.

It is the first "Celebrity Hairstylist Photo I ever got!

What a treat!



I really regret that it's taken me this long to ad this to my blog here.

Hopefully going forward I can do a better job at being timely about these things!

-Lynn

Monday, December 14, 2015

Great Deal on a Flat Iron at Costco

Looking for a good flat iron? I just saw this at Costco today, it's a great deal for a quality iron. Run on over there and replace your old drug store flat iron w a T3 at a great price. Your welcome! 


Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Time to Go Warm for Fall?


Not so "insane" but interesting. I always think because red in is the rarest that's why women want to try it. I've also noticed an upswing in request for red hair in 2015.. after at least 5 years of almost zero demand. It's been a fun change to see red back in my chair!

If you are thinking of making a change to red, you can always go low-commitment by having some foils woven in (either naturally or more "fashion statement") with your regular hair.

There's a link to book right here on this blog - see you soon!

-Lynn

Balayage from back in March 2015

I did this balayage on my long-time client back in March but forgot to post the pictures.


Here is the before photo. She had at least 6 months of growout between services:


I chose a very traditional balayage technique using deep, wide section in the under part for maximum color and thinner pieces toward the top to emulate regular highlights. I like this way of doing it because you walk out looking more like you just got your color done - not two months ago. But there are ways to mix and match for different effects obviously.







right around the face I used foils because I like to see as little marbilization around the face as possible.

The results were beautiful:

 Wet....

And dry...