Add natural style to short hair and achieve a tousled, textured look with Aveda’s Global Creative Director, Antoinette Beenders. First, use Aveda Color Conserve™ Shampoo & Conditioner to wash and condition hair. Color Conserve products help protect and preserve color-treated hair. (Aveda offers other shampooing and conditioning products if you have different needs.) Spray Brilliant™ Damage Control™ and comb it through. This protects hair from thermal damage and reduces breakage. Apply Phomollient™ Styling Foam, which provides weightless volume with light hold, and comb it through. Add a nozzle attachment to your blow dryer and set to high heat, high speed. Dry until hair is about 60% dry. Next, finger dry.
We are pleased to announce some exciting news about Trillium! Our founder, Ruthi Hanna, has officially moved on from Trillium to focus on her new business, Nerium AD. We will miss her very much, and we are excited for her in this new adventure. We wish you all the best, Ruthi! Co-owners Lisa Louisignau and Marge Marker have both been with Trillium for some time, so the transition has been seamless. Lisa worked for the Cheboygan school system for 15 years before embarking on a career change in cosmetology. She attended the Up North School of Cosmetology and joined Trillium immediately after graduation. She has trained extensively in both Aveda.
Trillium A Complete Salon & Day Spa is pleased to announce that we, along with our naturopath, Marge Marker, are teaming up with Yoga Roots and Naturopath Michelle Chenard for a Hydrotherapy Workshop Saturday, April 26, at 3:00pm! The benefits of Hydrotherapy include: assisting in detoxification, loosening tight muscles, hydrating the cells, improving skin and muscle tone, and boosting the immune system. By adding appropriate essential oils, this treatment brings relief and healing to the entire body. We will be demonstrating a common treatment called Contrast Hydrotherapy, which expands the blood vessels, filling them with blood and then constricting them, forcing the blood to move to other parts of the.