All Posts Tagged With: "Ombre"
Hello Loves:) I’m thrilled to share with you my interview with Jay Olson the Artistic technical trainer for L’Oreal Professionnel Arizona, and Owner Inizio salon www.iniziosalonscottsdale.com. What made me notice Jay and and be so intrigued by him is his passion to the business and thinking big. Jay seems as though he is taking hair dressing and styling to the next level. Not just work but big career. Being the best at what you do , you see, is what makes one successful. And I love success stories.
In this interview Jay Olson talk so Marta Walsh about when he first fell in love with hair styling, what sets his Hair salon Inizio Salon in Scottsdale Arizona apart from the rest in the Valley, tells all about Balayage, answers the million dollar question: Can anyone be blonde, what he likes most about living in Phoenix Arizona, inspirations and future plans.
Marta Walsh: Where do you call home?
Jay Olson: I love calling Scottsdale my home. Being born and raised in Arizona, it feels good to be close to family and friends all while doing what I love.
Jessica Alba has gone Ombre. Do you love? I’m not sure who invented the term Ombre. It all started out about 2 years ago at the Andy Locompte salon in West Hollywood when I got a Brazilian Beach Blonde by the very talented hair colorist Denis De Souza , I still beilve it’s where it started. It was actress Rachel Bilson who was first spotted with it. I’m not sure when it turned from Brazilian Beach Blonde into Ombre. And I’m also very curios is Denis is the one who did Jessica’s hair color…umm
Ombre hair color trend. I seriously believe that Denis De Souza of the Andy Lecompte Salon in West Hollywood LA invented it. The first celebrity to be seen with this highly desirable Obre effect or what I like to call Brazilian Blonde was Rachel Bilson (which was done by Denis also). The rest is hair history.
Rachel Bilson’s famous Ombre highlights done originally by Denis De Souza and copied since by many:)