Fall is officially in the air; the season where leaves turn colors, become dry, brittle and fall.
But what if we told you the same fall weather could cause your hair to do the same? 11Alive producer Ryan Dennis caught up with celebrity hairstylist extraordinaire, Kellon Deryck of the Kellon Deryck Salon, for a rapid round consultation on how to care for your hair this season. He says many woman come to him for wig installations.
"A lot of women are turning to wigs now because they don't want to ruin there hair." He says at the same time, many woman are choosing to wear their natural hair. "African American woman are veering away from relaxers but they still want that flow-y hair. So with using frontals, closures and wigs, you can have that look and have a protective hairstyle."
Deryck says that's exactly what celebrities do. He says he and his stylists have outsourced wigs to different movies in Hollywood and even news stations here in Atlanta.
He began as an apprentice in the industry ten years ago and he is now working with top celebrities like Grammy Award winning singer, Monica Brown, 'Real Housewives of Atlanta' star, Porsha Williams, Grammy nominee Keri Hilson, celebrity entrepreneur Blac Chyna and actress Amiyah Scott.
Though the hair guru is known for creating flawless illusions, which is also the name of his hair company, he says there are a few tips every woman should use to maintain luscious locks year around.
"If you're trying to get out of the house on time, night care is very important. Make sure that you are wrapping your hair at night."
He also recommends:
- Keeping oil in your hair
- Using flexi rods and less heat to maintain curls in hair
- Always wear a silk scarf or bonnet
Deryck also says blunt cuts, straight layers and colors are huge this fall, so don't hesitate to try out a style on your hair or the hair you purchase.
The Kellon Deryck Salon features multiple other celeb stylists:
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Source : http://www.11alive.com/article/news/atlanta-hairstylist-to-the-stars-talks-fall-hair-trends-and-protective-styles/85-487909951