Editorial Hair & Wedding Updo Styling for Glamorous San Francisco

Here at Edo in San Francisco, we recently hosted a White Rose Collective class on editorial, runway and wedding hair
An editorial hair styling and wedding updos class was led by White Rose at Edo Salon in San Francisco.
styling. Not only were we thrilled to pick up some great techniques, we're proud to be one of their first West Coast certified salons.

 Our co-owner Jayne Matthews sat in on the White Rose workshop, learning from the styling team of Teddi and Andrea, formerly of Bumble and Bumble. They shared the glamorous updos, braids and big hair they created while working the Fashion Week runways in New York.

Teddi and Andrea have collaborated with renowned hairdressers such as 
Guido Palau and top designers from Louis Vuitton and Marc Jacobs to Valentino and Dolce and Gabbana. These lovely ladies have a wealth of knowledge in wedding hair, runway styles and editorial styling.

























Ask us about runway looks for a girl who wants to look extra beautiful for a special occasion. ♥

xoxo Edo Salon

my favorite redhead is now crooning

In every life of a hairstylist we eventually pick out our favorite redhead of all time. For Edo, hands down, the choice is super model Karen Elson. We really first noticed her when we became familiar with Bumble and Bumble. It was about 1991 and Edo had yet to get to New York at start working with them. There was all this buzz about a new haircut called the "botched bob" that this haunting beauty was sporting. The original Bumble hair genius Raymond took out his barber straight razor and literally whacked this fawn of a woman's hair at the chin. Overnight, she and the haircut became a sensation. In 1998 I was lucky enough to actually sneak into one of Raymond's crazy classes before he went awol and vanished without a trace from the hair world.

On tuesday when I heard the beauty would be crooning her little dark heart out at Cafe Du Nord here in S.F. I simply could not miss a chance to see the red locks glow in person. It turns out the lady can actually carry a tune. Ethereal and romantic with a country twang at it's best. Not a surprise since she married Jack White. And, a smart move sice we can't stay young forever. All in all, it was a big room of fashion eye candy and got me thinking about red again.


The best way to know what shade of red is for you is one simple rule, if you have pale and clear skin go with the cooler red. A hint of auburn or chestnut. A subtle cinnamon glow. A peachy strawberry blond.

With freckles and golden skin, do a golden based warmer red. A coppery honey. Muted tangerine with hints of golden sparkles.

We think every woman should try a perfectly tailored shade of red at least once in her life.... it is all about skin tone and balance.


xoxo

edo salon



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