Vidal Sasson’s David Reposar comes to Chicago!

Earlier this May, I enlisted the help of beauty aficionado and fellow Chicago blogger, Arianna Green to give her insight on Vidal Sasson’s coif-licious  “Salon Genius” at their VIP Preview hosted at the flagship Chicago Walgreens.

The event featured dry styling sessions with Vidal Sassoon leading stylist David Reposar and style advice from Chicago’s very own Kevin Aeh.

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Each girl had the option of signing up for a time with David to have their personalized makeover.  It was a full service saloon held on the second floor of the Look Boutique, filed with Curling Wands, Irons, Dryers and more. It was Salon Heaven to say the least.

Trusting your locks in David’s more than capable hands, was such a refresher because he shared tips about how to style and protect your hair.  Here are some of his tips that he shared for girls with texture:

  • When your hair has texture, it’s important to use a mousse or a styling crème. Not only does it moisturize your hair when pulling and pinning it, it allows the hair to bend to style as you please.
  • Mousse also ads as an Anti – Humectant. It’s normal for frizz on rainy days, but there’s no reason you can’t wear your favorite ‘do during some showers.
  • Conditioning is KEY! You can use conditioner as a pomade, or you can use conditioner to protect the ends of your hair while styling.

Based on David’s tips for textured hair Arianna embraced his product recommendations and swears by The Moisture Lock Shampoo & Conditioner and the Volume Foaming Air Mousse.  If you have been searching for over the counter products to help maintain and achieve salon quality for your textured hair this is worth a go.

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For more information about Vidal Sassoon’s new Pro Series visit their website. Vidal’s mantra has always been, “if I was going to be in hairdressing, I wanted to change things”, and we have to agree that he has.

 

 

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