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    Diet Tips to Help Your Hair Grow

    Last updated 3 days ago

    You are what you eat—especially when it comes to your hair. The right diet provides your body with the minerals and vitamins needed to produce hair that is long, strong, and healthy. If you haven’t had luck improving your hair with external products, now might be the time to consider the affects of your diet.

    Watch this video for a brief overview of foods that can help your hair grow. Hair is made of protein, which is why a protein-rich diet is essential for keeping long and healthy hair. Choose lean proteins such as fish or chicken and pair them with vegetables that provide vitamins that also improve hair growth.

    Now that you know what to eat, learn how to wash and style from the hair stylists at Johnny Rodriguez the Salon! Give us a call at (214) 613-1857 to schedule an appointment in our Dallas hair salon

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    Last updated 10 days ago

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    Common Hairstyling Mistakes to Avoid

    Last updated 10 days ago

    Do you love the way your hair looks after a trip to the hair salon but have trouble recreating the style when you get home? You might be making some common hairstyling mistakes that harm your hair and ruin your style. Discover some of the most common hairstyling mistakes and how to avoid them:

    Sticking With One Style for Too Long

    There is a difference between having a signature look and looking like you are stuck in the past. Hairstyle trends come and go and styles that look good now may not look good when you get older. If you get the same haircut every time you visit the salon, ask for something new during your next appointment. Your hair stylist can inspect your hair texture and face shape to determine what cuts and trends will be most flattering to you.

    Misusing Styling Products

    Hair stylists may have a large selection of styling products—but they do not use them all at the same time! Different products are designed for different hair types and styles. Avoid using the wrong products by asking your stylist for product suggestions during your next appointment. Apply products when your hair is still damp as this makes it easier to distribute the product evenly throughout your hair. Another common mistake is using too much product, which can weigh hair down and make it look lifeless or oily. Use very small amounts of product—you can always add more if you need it.

    Spending Too Much Time Between Haircuts

    When was the last time you visited the hair salon? Between regular growth and outside influences, hair tends to lose its shape and shine about two months after getting cut. If you go months without a haircut, your hair may start to suffer. You may notice that your hair feels weighed down and is harder to style than it was after your cut. Visiting the salon regularly helps you maintain the healthiest and best-looking hair possible!

    Visit Johnny Rodriguez the Salon to learn more about the dos and don’ts of hairstyling. Contact us at (214) 613-1857 to learn about our Dallas hair stylists and services or schedule an appointment in our salon.


    The Best Haircuts for Summer 2014

    Last updated 1 month ago

    Update your look for summer by getting a fabulous new, trendy haircut. Ask your stylist to give you one of the following popular cuts to enhance the way you look and feel this season:

    A Chic Pixie

    If the hot weather makes you want to chop off all of your hair, take advantage of this sleek style and actually do it. Actress Shailene Woodley does it right by keeping it ultra short in the back and longer on top to add a touch of chicness to the look. This style will keep you cool while enhancing the best features of your face.

    The Updated A-Line

    Victoria Beckham was the one to really make this hairstyle popular, but celebrities like Emma Roberts are putting a modern spin on it to keep it trendy in 2014. Instead of a dramatic angle from the length in the front to that in the back, this year’s A-line has a very subtle change in length that is stylish and sophisticated enough to work in your professional and your social life.

    The Wavy Lob

    Take notes from Emma Stone this summer and get a haircut that mimics her unique, sexy style. With blunt bangs and tousled hair that barely reaches the collarbone, you can make a statement while still keeping your hair short and manageable enough for summer.

    Straight Ends

    If you have fine hair, a long cut with blunt ends makes it look fuller and adds the illusion of more length. Look to Allison Williams for inspiration as you go to the salon to get your new summer style.

    Whether you want to be bold and chop off your hair or add some layers to your locks, the team of hair stylists at Johnny Rodriguez the Salon is here for you. Rated the top salon in Dallas by the Dallas Observer and D Magazine, we do everything we can to give you the exact style you want. To learn more about our products and services, visit us online or call (214) 613-1857.

    Summer 2014 Hair Trends from London Fashion Week

    Last updated 1 month ago

    Matthew Williamson’s show at this year’s London Fashion Week was based on a theme of a jet-setting 70’s supermodel woman. The hair was inspired by the idea of a chic, stylish woman who steps off a plane and takes down her topknot to get amazing hair.

    To get this look, the stylists prepped the hair with detangler and then used a 3-D volumizer to get body everywhere. Check out this video to learn more about the inspiration behind this look.

    Whether you want to get a hairstyle you saw on a runway or just learn how to care for your locks, the hairstylists at Johnny Rodriguez the Salon are here for you. With some of the best haircut and color services in Dallas, we can update your look and show you how to maintain it. Call (214) 613-1857 to schedule an appointment.

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