Today's article will by no means be a compliment to Lisa's talent. I have no reason to do this. She is an extremely talented man and she and all those who have left themselves in her hands know her very well, so my words would be superfluous anyway.
Today, in fact, I want to tell you how I came to this conclusion. If you've been reading me for a while, you've probably already noticed that I'm a sticky man. If I meet a person who transmits a positive energy to me and with whom I have a good chemistry from the beginning, I stick to it and I don't give it peace. So it was with Liza almost three years ago.
Since then I've been attending her salon, Hair Wellness and more by Liza Pintileasa, for various services: haircut, painting, mani and pedi, facial treatments (because here the girls really understand when I tell them not to put a certain product on me or not to make a certain movement), massage and body treatments. But most of the time I go to paint. About every 4-5 weeks I go to paint my roots and refresh the color. What would it be like to be a beauty blogger with 2-3 cm roots? In addition, Liza also taught me that if I want to not show differences in shade and look like an ice cream in 3 colors, not to leave more than 5 weeks between dyeing the roots (advice especially for blonde girls).
There is another story with the haircut. I have to catch her in a good mood to get a haircut. Liza loves long, healthy hair. So if you tell him to cut you 5cm, be sure that he will not cut any more. On the contrary, it will take less if the condition of the hair allows it. So if you're wondering how I ended up having such long hair, well ... the answer is that Liza only cuts my hair when she thinks I have degraded tips. She knows that I refuse to be cut by someone else, even though I could go anywhere in Bucharest, and she does what she thinks is right.
When I was little I wore my hair long up to my thighs because my mother wouldn't let me cut it until 10th grade. Now I came across Liza. I think I have to accept my destiny :))))
In December of last year, I went to Liza very determined and told her I wanted to Shaded Hair. He looked at me a little, but my request was approved and he closed my roots in a delicious shade of chocolate red and with a heartbeat he bleached the ends of my hair in an Ombré Hair combined with the Balayage technique. Why did he agree to bleach my tips even though he normally opposes invasive hair treatments? Because Liza has ammonia-free bleaching powder. Don't ask me where she found something like that, but as a client I really appreciate when a specialist I turn to tries to get the best service possible.
Wow what a wonderful Ombré Hair came out (it looks good in this makeup tutorial)! My passion didn't last long because after two and a half months I got bored and went to Liza with a new idea: I wanted an inverted Ombré. I asked him to open my roots and close my tips. Her gaze said not. I insisted. Then he explained nicely to me why he didn't agree to do such a thing to me (the hair health argument was self-evident) and how ugly I would look after my roots grew. Was right. Again.
Please lighten my hair color again. Of course, it bothers me again that I made her close it and open it again, and despite the fact that she didn't bleach it this time, the hair color was visibly lighter. She did her magic.
In a month I'll be back to painting the roots. The shade of my hair had a special shine. She had changed something, but I liked it so much that I didn't ask her. I just asked her to make me bangs. And she made me a long straight bangs, slightly pointed to the right so I could wear it on one side if I wanted to. I can't say I was crazy about my new long bangs, but I could easily put it aside as I was taught so I had no problem.
(picture of cats with my new bangs)
Until one day when I notice that my good eyebrow (ie the right one) is covered by bangs and that the defective one is left visible. And I write a very serious message to Lisa on Whatsapp in which I explain my problem to her and that we have to move the bangs on the left side of her face. Laugh. I ask her not to laugh because I was very serious. He keeps laughing. I leave her alone.
Before I appeared on the show What is happening doctor? I went to paint my roots again and reminded him of my bangs. He moves my bangs to the left and tells me that he has left me a long, straight bangs that sit easily on one side as well. The good part this time. I kept wondering why Liza keeps insisting on this long, straight bangs!
One evening I wash my hair nicely at home, dry it with the hair dryer and dry the bangs with a round brush. I go to bed early because the next day I had a long and demanding shoot. I was late in the morning (as always) so I comb my hair quickly, apply a BB Cream on my face, a little blush and powder and go to the studio. There I catch my hair in a sloppy tail at the back and get to work. When I finished and the models left for the light test, I also got to look at myself better, in the mirror. I looked good. My hair looked beautiful as if I had just left the hairdresser's, and the path of the bangs was neither on the left nor on the right, but slightly in the middle. I looked like in a picture of Penelope Cruz that I had previously saved in my inspiration folder.
I liked myself, I really looked like that. And since then I've only worn my bangs in the middle. I also did a little research on the internet and it seems that the bangs are long and zipped (ie fringed / spun) is in trend this season and fits perfectly with full physiognomies, like mine.
The conclusion? Liza is always right.
(And I can wear it anyway. With Adina Vlad on a shoot)