Top Highlight Trends to Expect for Summer 2019

Summer is right around the corner and nothing says “summer time” quite like breathing new life into your hair color with highlights. In the Hollywood South Florida area, our Inscape Beauty Salon stylists are pros when it comes to spotting the hottest trends in the industry and highlights are no exception. From chunky to ultra-thin and blonde to blue, discover which highlights we expect to flood your Instagram feed for the summer of 2019.

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Babylights have been one of the most popular styles of highlights for several years and we don’t expect that to change. This technique involves using a brush to apply dye in very small sections of the hair. It can be created with either a partial or full set of highlights, with a partial set giving a more natural appearance. Babylights can be done using any color but most salon goers opt for a hue that is only a few shades lighter than their base color. This is because it mimics the look of natural highlights that are the result of sun exposure, which is especially believable in the summer months.


Chunky Highlights

If the mere mention of a chunky highlight gives you a flashback to the ‘90s, you aren’t alone. These thick, skunk-like highlights are not quite as common as babylights but with ‘90s fashion and trends making a comeback in a big way, they are gaining popularity again this summer. They are the go-to style for anyone who finds the babylights approach a little too safe for their tastes. With wide streaks, this look is intended to make a dramatic statement. For this reason, a brunette may opt for icy blond chunky highlights to make the colors pop.


Ribbon Highlights

Curls: love them or hate them, they often require a different approach than stick straight locks. For those with intense curls, traditional highlights can create an unnatural appearance. With ribbon highlights, the dye follows the curl pattern instead of straightening them. This creates a remarkably organic look and will certainly be popular this summer among those with curly strands.

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Partial Pastel Highlights

Whimsical and unexpected, pops of pastel shades can quickly transform any lackluster locks. Most salon goers find a full set of pastel highlights to be a bit over the top, so we are seeing a lot of partial pastel styles. While the look can be pulled off with any base color, it appears to be a big hit with blondes. In most cases, the color is kept towards the ends or used to create a face framing effect. In either scenario, the final result is always stunning.


Honey Blonde Highlights

While we tend to see an influx in blonde hues during the summer months, the specific shades are endless. In years past, ash and icy blondes were all the rage. For the summer of 2019, the trend will shift to warmer tones. Specifically, a warm honey blonde color will be a go-to for both brunettes and blondes who are looking to add dimension with highlights in Davie.

Want to get a jump start on your summer hair color? Schedule an appointment at Inscape Beauty Salon online today.  First time highlight customer? Be sure to take advantage of our limited time offer and receive 20% off all of your retail purchases at your appointment.

Recreating Our Favorite Beauty Looks with L’Oréal Majirel Hair Color

Hair and makeup go hand in hand when it comes to looking and feeling your best. They can be used seperately, but the most stunning looks are always created when they work together in unison. From skintone enhancing colors to advanced techniques, here’s how to transform your favorite beauty look into a hair color with L’Oréal Majirel’s extensive color line.

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Metallics to Add Shine

Metallic makeup is one of the trendiest looks for the Spring 2019 season. From the red carpet to the runway, shiny metal-based hues are gracing the eyes and lips of all of our favorite starlets. The reflective nature of these shades brightens up the skin and adds an undeniable hint of drama.

At Inscape Beauty Salon, we embrace the popularity and skin brightening benefits of the metallic trend with L’Oréal Majirel's The Metals color line. With chic tints from “Pink Ash" to “Silver Star" and a high-shine formula, your uninspired mane quickly goes from humdrum to Hollywood.

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Contour for a More Flattering Shape

You've seen the awe-inspiring results that professional makeup artists and even top video bloggers achieve through the power of contour. Whether you've mastered this cosmetic optical illusion yourself or cant quite pull it off, the magic works beyond makeup. It’s been incorporated into Parisian fashion and yes- even hair coloring in South Florida.

The key to pulling off any contour effect is to use a bright color to draw the eye towards certain areas and a darker one to divert attention from others. By creating shadows and depth with strategically placed color, your round face can be elongated, or your square face can be softened. The result is a seemingly more flattering face shape without the need for daily contouring makeup. Hair contouring and balayage styles work particularly well with L’Oréal Majirel Contrast color line for brunettes. As a bonus, no pre-lightening is required which means results are achieved in less time with less damage than other products.

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Neutralize Unwanted Tones for Flawless Color

Choosing the correct concealer is a given when it comes to neutralizing redness, dark circles or even those dreaded age spots. For instance, a green concealer will hide redness and a pink one will combat dark circles. While a basic in cosmetics, it is one concept that is all too often neglected. The result of the wrong shade of makeup means every imperfection shows through your foundation and your whole look is a bit “off”. If the wrong shade of foundation is also chosen, the skin can look too dull or even orange.

The same goes for your hair color. Choosing the wrong one simply prevents you from looking your best. We always advise consulting one of our Inscape Beauty Salon color specialists to ensure you are choosing a complementary hue, but unlike cosmetics, hair color can change. Hair color in Davie, Florida is subjected plenty of sunshine and heat; both of which can alter your perfect hue over time. Add in other factors like chlorinated water, harsh shampoos and heated tools and brassiness or fading are a given. If your icy blonde has slowly shifted to a golden blonde or your chocolate brunette has gone copper, a color correcting neutralizer is needed. Majirel’s Cool Over line is a long-lasting neutralizer, preferred by Inscape Beauty Salon professionals, to keep brassiness at bay.


Searching for a L’Oréal Majirel hair color or want to recreate your favorite makeup trends through your hair color? Inscape Beauty Salon is proud to offer an extensive range of fresh hues and products right here in Davie and neighboring cities. Call or text us now at (954) 212-9806 to schedule your hair color consultation or book online in seconds!

Everything You Need to Know About Balayage

From beauty magazines to hair inspiration pins, you've heard the term “balayage" a lot recently. Often confused with ombre or babylights, it can be hard to determine if the color styles you are interested in are balayage or something else entirely. Although the differences between each of these styles appears subtle to the untrained eye, using the wrong term when requesting color from your hair stylist can mean different results than you anticipated. To determine if this is the look you are going for, consider the differences between these popular styles:

What is Balayage?


For starters, balayage is not a color. Instead, it is a specific technique that is utilized by professional hair stylists during the application of hair color. The term hails from the elegantly chic French language and means “sweep" or “sweeping" and this is exactly how balayage is done. For balayage at Inscape Beauty Salon, we will use a small brush, or a paddle spatula, to gently apply the hair color in a sweeping motion. This is performed freehand and typically incorporates the most color at the ends of the hair with strategically placed strands incorporated in the front and sides. Because balayage is a technique, and not a color, it is crucial to choose a complementary hue. For instance, a brunette with a deep chocolate base would achieve a more natural look if balayage was performed with a caramel brown, rather than a platinum blonde. Like with any style, however, the balayage technique can be used to create a more dramatic look by choosing drastically different hues. If you are uncertain of which color is best for a subtle balayage, your Inscape Beauty Salon stylist will be happy to point you in the right direction.

How Balayage Differs from Babylights or Ombre?


The goal of the balayage technique is to mimic the way that the sun naturally lightens hair. The result will look more subtle, much like the way a child's hair is lighter at the ends. To achieve this result, the freehand method is used instead of foils or caps which are traditionally used with highlights or babylights. Because strands are chosen at random during the color application, you avoid the noteable “streaks” of color from the roots to the ends of your hair that you get from babylights. Despite their ultra-thin nature, these babylights require as much maintenance as traditional highlights because they are applied throughout the entire length of the hair.

Ombre, on the other hand, refers more to a style than a technique. The ombre style describes a color that is typically darker at the roots and gradually gets lighter throughout the length of the hair. When it comes to hair coloring in South Florida, this has been one of our most popular styles over the past few years. Essentially, with a traditional ombre, the color at the ends will be drastically lighter than the roots. This same style can be done working backwards (where the hair is darkest at the ends and lighter at the roots) and this is known as a reverse ombre. Because each section of the hair is a different shade, any type of ombre is drastically more apparent than a balayage style.


Still unsure if balayage is what you’re looking for? Schedule a Free Consultation at your local Inscape Beauty Salon today. We are happy to guide you in choosing which technique and colors will achieve the results you are dreaming of.

Hair 911: Color Correction

As professionals in the hair industry, the most common dilemma we come across is hair color gone wrong. From slightly darker than anticipated to a shocking green hue, we have seen it all. All too often these unexpected shades are the result of a DIY dye job involving products from a local beauty supply store or standard box dyes from a neighborhood pharmacy. While these products seem simple to use, there is a lot of room for error. Fortunately, if your DIY dye job left you with undesirable results, we can help.

To fix a disastrous dye job, we use a process known as color correction. This is a broad term which consists of many different methods, but all of them aim to alter the current color to a more desirable shade. In most case, color will either need to be lightened (a process involving lifting out pigmentation) or darkened (where additional color is deposited) to reach this goal. In less severe cases, color correction may only warrant applying a toner to remove overly brassy hues.

Many make the mistake of attempting to correct a botched dye job by simply dying over the color with a darker one. While this sounds effective in theory, the result will be darker hair that is still a green or brassy shade. This is because a true color correction works in the same way that colored concealers work on the skin. Applying a green concealer will lessen the red appearance of a blemish, much like a green toner will decrease the overly red hues in hair. The utilization of colors which are opposite of one another on the color wheel (such as yellow and violet) play a large role in effective color correction.

For hair color correction at Inscape Beauty Salon, an initial consultation is required. This allows a professional stylist to assess the situation, discuss your desired results and evaluate the overall condition of your hair. From there, the stylist can determine how to proceed with color correction services as the approach must be determined on a case by case basis. For instance, a client with hair that is several (2 levels or more) darker than desired may need a triple-process, while a client with a mildly green hue may only need a red toner to neutralize it. Because the amount of time, color and other products used will vary drastically from one person to another, this initial consultation is also helpful in determining the cost of the service.

One of the most important benefits of a consultation, however, is the evaluation of your hair’s health. If your hair is in good shape, your stylist can likely get started right away. If your hair has become damaged during the dying process or was already in poor shape, your stylist may recommend focusing on the health of your hair before undergoing color correction. In many cases, color correction is a process that takes several weeks to complete to minimize damage.

Despite the vast amount of at-home dyes available at your local beauty supply store or pharmacy, hair coloring in South Florida is a job best left to our trained colorists. If you believe you need color correction services near Davie, book your consultation at Inscape Beauty Salon online today to get started.

How to Choose Your Perfect Hair Color

At Inscape Beauty Salon, we are enamored with luscious new hues and the latest coloring techniques. While many are equally smitten with trendy new shades, others prefer to stick to their favorite tried and true shades when receiving hair coloring. This doesn’t mean that those who always go brunette or blonde are limited to the same look for life, however. The possibilities for shades of brunette, blonde and red are truly endless but some prove to be more flattering against your skin tone than others. Here’s how to choose your perfect hair color:

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Consider Your Skin Tone

Perhaps you are a brunette who has sported a golden-brown shade for years. You love the way the color looks on celebrities and the way it makes your strands glisten in the sunlight. Unfortunately, however, when you look in the mirror it doesn’t quite take your breath away like you would expect.

You may chock it up to your makeup, the bags under your eyes or any other number of components, but this could be a simple matter of your hue not being well suited for your skin tone.

This is because everyone has their own skin tone and hue and what may look fantastic on a celebrity, simply does not always highlight your best features. To determine your hue, start by looking at the veins on your hands and wrists. If the veins appear blue or purple, your skin has cool undertones. If they look greener, you have warm undertones. If neither color seems to fit the description, you may be lucky enough to have neutral undertones.

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Choose a Shade and Hue that Matches Your Skin Tone

Cool Tones

Ashy hues help to counteract any red hues in your cool skin tone. This results in a more flattering complexion than you would have if you were to choose a warm toned hair color.

Consider these cool toned shades of blonde, brown and red that will be most flattering:

Blonde: Platinum, Silver, Ash, or Champagne hues are your best bet for going blonde.

Brown: To pull off deep brown locks with your cool complexion opt for colors with Chestnut, Mocha, Deep Chocolate, Dark Auburn bases.

Red: Dare to go for a bold red? Look for a color that has Auburn, Burgundy or Deep Red hues.

Warm Tones

Warm toned hair colors reduce the appearance of any blue undertones in your skin, which also enhances the look of your skin.

Blonde: For warm skin tones, steer clear of platinum shades which will leave you looking washed out. Instead, aim for a blonde with hints of Gold, Butterscotch, Amber, Honey or Caramel colors.

Brown:  A pale and ashy brown color will have the same affect on your warm skin tone as platinum blonde hair. To embrace your tone, choose a Golden Brown, Deep Honey, Mahogany or Cinnamon brown.

Red: Having a warm undertones doesn’t mean you’re stuck with natural red colors. For a lighter look go for Strawberry Blonde and explore Copper and Rust shades for more dramatic reds.

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Add Dimension to Your Color

Regardless of which shade you opt for, if you choose a flat color, your hair color will look lackluster. To get the most natural looking shade of blonde, brown or red, ask your Davie hair salon stylist to create a color with a rich base and subtle highlight, lowlights, or babylights. This will be nearly undetected most but it will add more depth to your color. For hair coloring, we utilize our top of the line color bar to create dimensional hues that are catered to each individual.

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Follow Up with Products for Colored Hair and Regular Salon Touch-Ups

To keep your coloring shining bright until your next touch up, be sure to invest in a shampoo and conditioner that is designed for colored hair. This will minimize fading, dryness and damage. We recommend L’Oréal SerieExpert Vitamino Color Protection Shampoo and Conditioner to maintain healthy locks and a fade free color. Likewise, be sure to resist the temptation to dye your roots at home. Box-dyes can result in unpleasant results and excessive damage, so your best bet is to stick to regular color touch up appointments at your local Davie hair salon.

If you need help determining your perfect hair color, one of our skilled Inscape Beauty Salon stylists will be happy to point you in the right direction. Schedule your consultation or appointment at our Davie hair salon online now!

6 Valentine’s Day Hairstyles That Your Date Will Find Irresistible

Valentine's Day has arrived, and love is in the air here in South Florida! Whether your idea of a romantic Valentine's Day date includes an energetic night in Fort Lauderdale and Miami or a quiet weekend getaway in the Keys, you want to look your best in all those cute couple selfies you'll be snapping. One of the simplest ways to upgrade your look for this special occasion is to try a new hairstyle. If you’re looking for something more than your ordinary hairdo, try one of these sultry Valentine's Day date night looks:

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Soft Waves

A truly classic and elegant style, you can’t go wrong with voluminous, bouncy waves for Valentine’s Day. This look can be created through classic methods like hot rollers, or with a large barrel curling iron. Regardless of which method you choose, use a finishing spray to add shine and eliminate flyaways. The result is a polished and seductive look that anyone can pull off. For best results, visit your local Davie hair salon for a trim beforehand.

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The Slicked Back Wet Look

The slicked back wet look has been sported by celebrities all around the world in recent years. The key to nailing this style lies in the products you use. Opt for a hair gel that provides a strong hold without leaving your hair stiff or sticky. Afterall, Valentine’s Day is all about romance and nothing kills the mood quite like running your hands through sticky hair.

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Even if your Valentine’s Day plans don’t include a long walk on the beach with the wind blowing through your hair, you can get the look at home. This style is all about looking carefree and wild. To pull it off, apply plenty of mousse and a lightweight oil, like argan oil. This will keep your hair in place and make it shine without weighing it down. Next, divide your hair into four equal sections and blowdry one section at a time. As you blowdry, use a large round brush and gently twist the hair around it. This will create volume and that sexy windblown look.

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Curly Chic Chignon

This curly chignon looks sophisticated and over the top, but only takes a few minutes to master even if you aren’t an Inscape Beauty Salon guru. Gather the length of your hair at the nape of your neck in a traditional chignon and then pull a few pieces out. Curl these pieces with a small barrel curling iron and your average chignon is instantly transformed into a lavish look.

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Fishtail Braid

A grown-up twist on a classic style, the fishtail (or inverted) braid instantly adds a little something extra to your look. As a bonus, you can create a soft look by braiding the hair loosely or a more polished one with a tighter braid. If you are unfamiliar with this style of braiding, it is shockingly easy to learn.

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Polished Pony

If you typically wear your hair down for date night, switching to an updo can easily transform your style from ordinary to romantic. You can’t go wrong with an ultra-polished pony. It is simple yet looks stunning for every occasion. Be sure to apply a lightweight oil or finishing spray to get rid of frizz and keep your locks looking glossy.

Need a trim or root touch up to perfect your style before Valentine’s Day? Book your appointment at Inscape Beauty Salon online now!

The Ultimate Guide to Repairing Damaged Hair

Nothing ruins a fantastic cut, color or style like damaged hair. Sometimes you know exactly what caused the damage: improper use of hair dyes, excessive use of heating tools or frequent applications of bleach are the top offenders. Other times, however, the reason for damaged hair is less noticeable. Actions like skipping regular trims, wearing your hair in tight ponytails or using harsh shampoos, also lead to hair loss, breakage and split ends over time. Regardless of what turned your once glamorous locks into a dry, tangled mess; there is hope for restoring it to its former glory.


Assess the Damage

First things first, look at your hair and assess the level of damage. Is your hair breaking, falling out or dry? These are telltale signs of damage, but dry, coarse or otherwise lackluster locks are also an indicator that your hair is not at its healthiest. If the damage is severe, it is wise to consult a professional for guidance before the situation gets worse. The hair gurus at Inscape Beauty Salon are happy to assess your level of damage and put you on the path to healthy hair.

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Determine the Cause

If you know what is causing your hair woes, it is crucial to eliminate the problem. For instance, if you find yourself dying your hair with a box dye frequently, try to abstain from dying for a few months. Likewise, if you utilize a blow dryer, curling wand or straightening iron every day, try to decrease usage or operate these tools on a lower temperature setting until your hair has time to recover.

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Get a Haircut

Our hair salon in Davie is known for precise cuts and cutting-edge styles, but we also do our fair share of regular trims. Trims are important for eliminating split ends that would spread to the roots if left in place. The cut does not have to be drastic but cutting off the worst areas of damage is a great place to start when you are aiming for healthy hair.


Opt for a Hair Treatment

Hair treatments in South Florida are one of the most popular ways to repair dry, damaged hair. At Inscape Beauty Salon, we offer several treatments including a renowned L'Oréal SerieExpert Powermix Treatment, Agave Keratin Treatment and a Fusion Plex Intense Repair Mask. Each one of these treatments drastically improve the manageability and condition of your hair and are a fantastic way to start your journey to healthier hair.

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Use Products Formulated for Damaged Hair

Is your current shampoo or conditioner intended for damaged hair? Often, those with damaged hair continue to use harsh products on their hair without realizing that these products may be adding to the damage. Shampoos that are formulated specifically for damaged hair are much gentler than clarifying shampoos, while regular conditioners may not be adding enough moisture. For clients with moderate to severe damage, we recommend the L'Oréal Professionnel SerieExpert Absolut Repair Shampoo, Conditioner, and Mask.

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Eat a Healthy Diet

To attain healthy, beautiful hair, it is equally important to focus on your diet. This is because your body needs essential vitamins for your hair to grow and maintain its integrity. Foods like avocado, salmon, eggs and almonds are ideal for speeding up hair growth and giving it a natural shine. You can also add a multivitamin to your diet to ensure that all of your body’s needs are being met.

While damaged hair cannot instantly be repaired, after following these steps for several weeks, the condition of your hair should be notably improved. If you are not seeing results after several months, it may be wise to consult a physician or a dermatologist to rule out other causes.

Considering a hair treatment in Davie to jumpstart your journey to healthy hair? Call Inscape Beauty Salon or book online now to secure an appointment in minutes.

10 Hair Trends to Watch Out for in 2019

It’s official: 2018 has come to an end. As we fondly reminisce over the greatest hair trends the year brought us, we bravely look ahead to the future. So, what can we expect to see here in our Davie, Florida hair salon and around the globe? All signs point to fierce color and even more dramatic cuts:

Lilac Locks

Lilac Locks

For 2019, beauty industry experts are predicting that Lilac hues will be all the rage. This shade of purple is dramatic, yet soft and pastel. It is not as over the top as the neon colors sported on the runway last year, but still definitely makes a statement.

Baby Fringes

Baby Fringes

Dubbed the “baby fringe” for its similarity to a child’s first bangs, these bangs start several inches above the eyebrows and can be either wispy or blunt. It is a style that you either absolutely love or would never even consider. There is no in-between for this polarizing hairdo, but hair gurus predict it will be a top trend for 2019.

The Updated Throwbacks

The Updated Throwbacks

While a general category, this year will be one where you note a lot of modern updates being made to older styles. For instance, the updated short French bob and tight perms.

90s Style Hair Accessories

’90s Style Hair Accessories

Another hot new trend is the resurgence of ‘90s style hair accessories. From scrunchies to butterfly clips and zigzag headbands, they are all socially acceptable (encouraged, even) once again.

Copper Colors

Copper Colors

Nearly every hairstylist agrees that copper hair colors will be one of the trendiest hues of 2019. In our Davie, Florida hair salon we combine reds and oranges at our color bar to develop a one-of-a-kind copper tone.

Slicked Back

Slicked Back

Taking a cue from the future 2019 runway looks, it appears as if the slicked back style of the ‘90s is also making its way back. Whether curly or straight, this style involves adding gel to tame any strays and create a somewhat “wet” look.

Everything Flowers

Everything Flowers

Wearing flowers in your hair is not a new concept, but it will be one that is spotted all over the world this year. Whether an actual fresh flower, a clip or a headband, this ultra-feminine look can be pulled off by anyone.

Colorful Extensions

Colorful Extensions

Hair extensions in Davie have typically been colored to match your natural hair. In 2019, many people are opting for a less subtle look. Instead of matching the color of the extensions, they are being colored an electrifying shade so that they stand out.

The Grunge Look

The Grunge Look

A common theme for 2019 is taking inspiration from the ’90s. A time where grunge was all the rage, it isn’t surprising that second and third day, messy hair is already becoming a top trend.

Long Live the Top Knot

Long Live the Top Knot

One of our favorite trends from 2018 is coming along for another year. The top knot is still a trendy, go-to style. To give it a more updated and grungy twist, be sure to pull a few face framing pieces down.

Start off the New Year with a brand-new you! Our team of professional stylists at Inscape Beauty Salon are in tune with the latest trends in the world of hair and we are happy to lead you in the right direction. Whether you want to explore a bold new color or a subtler cut, book your appointment online today to discuss all the possibilities for your 2019 style.

Hair Trend Recap: 2018

With the year rapidly coming to an end, we think back fondly on all the fantastic hair trends that were sported here in Florida and around the globe. From the classics that received a breath of fresh air thanks to A-list celebrities, to the fresh and edgy new twists on color, 2018 certainly was a great one for glamorous locks. Take a stroll down memory lane as we recap some of the top hair trends of the last year:


1. Dutch Braids and Cornrows

These classic braided styles were all the rage among celebrities in 2018. According to Pinterest, this trend extended to the general public as well with searches for braided styles going up 445% since the end of 2017. Because of their versatility, it is likely that Dutch braids and cornrows (or “boxer braids”) will stick around for 2019.


2. The Low-Slung Messy Bun

Despite the fact the messy bun has been a staple for years, the style saw a resurgence this year. Stylists associate its rise in popularity with the fact that it is dubbed a signature style for the ultra-chic Meghan Markle. Unlike previous years where the messy bun was placed high on the head, 2018 was all about the messy bun situated at the nape of the neck with loose, face-framing strands.


3. Curtain Bangs

Long gone were the bold and blunt fringes of years past. In 2018, curtain bangs offered a low commitment fringe. Parted down the middle, curtain bangs were easy to style and required less frequent trims than a precise, straight-across fringe.


4. The Wet Look

The wet look was back and better than ever. This popular style is accomplished with gel or mouse and has been pulled off in several ways over the years. This year, however, the key was slicking the front back to achieve a fresh out of the shower look that lasts all day long.


5. The Top Knot

Simple, low-maintenance and chic, the top knot was the go-to style for casual and formal occasions alike. From all up, to half-up and half-down, this hairdo was extremely versatile and suitable for most hair lengths.


6. Subtle Pops of Color

After the ombre craze of 2017, this year we saw a subtler approach to hair coloring in Davie. Ombres transformed to the less dramatic sombre, but fun pastels remained a common request.


7. Caramel Hues

Another style inspired by Meghan Markle, caramel hues were another big trend in color. Like Markle’s style, a dark chocolate base with light hints of a golden caramel gave the illusion of naturally flawless locks.


8. Pixie Cuts

For anyone daring to go short in 2018, the solution was a pixie cut at your local hair salon in Davie. Dubbed the “year of the pixie” by fashionistas, pixie cuts of varying lengths were spotted on some of the hottest celebrities in Hollywood.


9. The New Shag

Shaggy hair styles reminiscent of ‘70s rockstars were one of the top haircuts of the year. A lot of layers and volume made this a low-maintenance but trendy look.


10. Lobs

A “lob”, or “long bob”, was another signature look for 2018. Gracing, or just barely extending past the shoulders, the lob was especially popular for those who opted to grow out their short or angular bobs from 2017.

Want to hang on to your 2018 style as we ring in the New Year, or start 2019 with a fresh new look? Book an appointment at Inscape Salon online today!

Holiday Gift Sets Now Available

‘Tis the season for giving! The holidays are a joyous time of year, but all too often we become consumed with the stress of gift buying. Fortunately, we are making holiday shopping easier than ever with our wide assortment of hair salon holiday gift sets. From beauty guru to au naturel, we have a gift set that is perfect for every recipient on your shopping list.

La Tweez Pro Illuminating Tweezers in White

La Tweez Pro Illuminating Tweezers in White

Forget the bulky lighted mirror- plucking your brows to perfection has never been easier than with these illuminated tweezers by La Tweez. Crafted with fine stainless steel, the grip is flawless and the built-in light makes spotting every stray hair a breeze.

L’Oreal Serie Expert Vitamino Color A-OX Holiday Gift Set

L’Oréal Serie Expert Vitamino Color A-OX Holiday Gift Set

This fabulous set from the L’Oréal Serie Expert line includes three products: a shampoo, conditioner and 10-in-1 perfecting spray. These products rank highly among hairstylists’ favorite products and make a great gift for those with color-treated, damaged and highlighted hair. Filled with antioxidants and UV filters, this set aids in protecting the hair from the elements to prevent fading and lackluster locks.

L'Oreal Serie Expert Inforcer Holiday Gift Set

L'Oréal Serie Expert Inforcer Holiday Gift Set

The L’Oréal Serie Expert Inforcer gift set is curated with those who have normal to fragile hair in mind. Complete with a shampoo, conditioner and a top of the line strengthening, anti-breakage smoothing cream, this set aids in improving the overall condition of the hair through a unique composition of Biotin and Vitamin B6.

L'Oreal Professionnel Serie Expert Inforcer Brush Proof Detangling Spray Holiday Ornament

L'Oréal Professionnel Serie Expert Inforcer Brush Proof Detangling Spray Holiday Ornament

Damaged, fragile hair is prone to breakage during brushing and styling. This brush proof detangling spray is applied to the hair before brushing to reduce breakage and damage. Like other products in the Inforce line by L’Oréal Professional Serie Expert, this spray combines Biotin and Vitamin B6 to reach impressive results with little effort.

Moroccan Oil Treatment Holiday Ornament

Moroccan Oil Treatment Holiday Ornament

Created in Israel, this highly renowned Moroccan Oil treatment aids in decreasing drying time, preventing tangles and restoring shine to all hair types. Packaged in a one-of-a-kind snowflake print box, all this ornament needs is a bow and it is pretty enough for giving.

Moroccan Oil Treatment (Light) Holiday Ornament

Moroccan Oil Treatment (Light) Holiday Ornament

This Morocca Oil treatment contains the beautiful, ready to gift pattern along with all of the same proteins and benefits of the original ornament but it is light enough to use as a finishing treatment.

Moroccan Oil Everlasting Holiday Gift

Moroccan Oil Everlasting Holiday Gift Set

This award-winning Moroccan Oil Everlasting product line focuses on hydration for dry locks. This holiday edition set includes three products, including a hydrating styling cream, a luminous hairspray and a Moroccan oil treatment.

Moroccan Oil Travel Kit Holiday Gift Set Edition

Moroccan Oil Travel Kit Holiday Gift Set Edition

Travel kits are a lifesaver for anyone who frequently travels for business or pleasure. This product is available in three different varieties to meet the needs of all hair types, including:

- DESTINATION: REPAIR Kit includes Moroccan Oil Treatment, Moisture Repair Shampoo and Conditioner and Mending Infusion.

- DESTINATION: HYDRATE Kit includes Moroccan Oil Treatment, Hydrating Shampoo and Conditioner and Hydrating Styling Cream

- DESTINATION: VOLUME Kit includes Moroccan Oil Treatment Light, Extra Volume Shampoo and Conditioner and Root Boost

Moroccan Oil Limited Edition Spa Candle

Moroccan Oil Limited Edition Spa Candle

This limited edition spa candle has a burn life of up to 50 hours and a soothing Moroccan Oil scent. The simplistic design makes it blend in seamlessly with any existing home decor while boasting an eco-friendly composition.

Interested in purchasing one of our holiday gift sets for someone special on your shopping list? Stop by and pick one up today or browse our collection during your next appointment at Inscape Beauty Salon.