Unite is Here!

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Unite is Here!

Goldie & Bob is proud to announce the arrival of our new product line, Unite! Gluten-free, sulfate-free, paraben-free, sodium chloride-free and vegan (phew), Unite products deliver a wide range of styling and care products for all hair types, including the revolutionary 7Seconds line, a deeply hydrating system for all hair types, with instant color-locking and shine results that don’t weigh the hair down, all while providing built-in U.V. and thermal protection.

Unite is headquartered and manufactured here in the United States, with a commitment to industry education and social causes.

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Summer Newsletter

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Summer Newsletter

We know that there are SEVEN days in a week. We know the entire musical scale consists of only SEVEN notes and that most ladybugs have SEVEN spots on their wings.  There is more to the number 7 than meets the eye, but did you know that G&B is now carrying SEVEN luxury haircare? The simple digit expressed with one rightward and one downward stroke - the numeral SEVEN - is deceptively alluring.

Goldie and Bob is proud to now offer SEVEN luxury hair care products.

Goldie and Bob is proud to now offer SEVEN luxury hair care products.

Just like the product that is Sulfate free, Paraben free, Dye free, PH balanced and Cruelty free, SEVEN only uses the best in natural ingredients and is all about understated luxury.

Help us in welcoming a conscious luxury haircare line out of Seattle with some good people behind it. We look forward to getting you the right fit of product and, as always, making you look and feel good!

xo-

Goldie & Bob

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New Year, New Do

Our First Newsletter of the New Year!


- Help welcome our new stylist Connie

- Check out our featured product of the month

- Watch our work on Instagram

Book your appointment right here!

Featured Product of the month

YOUNG.AGAIN by Kevin Murphy

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Book your appointment today!


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Bride and Groom Your Hair

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Bride and Groom Your Hair

A Guide To Getting Camera-Ready For The Big Day

·         He just popped the question: When you have your date and venue, schedule your hair stylist right away. The great hair stylists get booked out far in advanced.

Be sure to do a hair and makeup trial at least a month before your wedding.

Be sure to do a hair and makeup trial at least a month before your wedding.

·         Be clear to her/him on how many people are getting upstlyes compared to blowouts in your wedding party.

·         Three months before: Apply conditioning treatments to hair on the regular. Try conditioning every week in the shower and let it sit 5-10 minutes at a time (concentrate the conditioner on your mid-length to ends of your hair).  This is YOUR time in the shower while your conditioner is doing its magic to visualize your gorgeous hair on your wedding day.  Shine on!

·         At least three weeks or more out:  Schedule a rehearsal/practice upstlye with your stylist.  You have been researching on Pinterest, etc. for a while, now show some imagery to your stylist and communicate the aesthetic of your wedding to her/him.  Give them a “feeling” that you want your hair to portray to go along with your dress and décor. And DON’T be afraid to let them know that you maybe don’t like something about the style as you are practicing your different looks.

·         Two weeks out: You have been growing your hair out forever at this point, make sure you are scheduled with your stylist to get a trim at this time. The week of the wedding will be too busy; not the best time to get a cut…think maybe more along the lines of a massageJ

·        One - two weeks out: make sure your groom-to-be is taking care of.  He has a cut lined up and has a “direction” with his cut. I love this: “If your groom doesn’t think that his wedding day look is important, do him a favor and tell him otherwise. He’ll thank you for it when he sees his smart self in all of his wedding photos. Better yet, show him. Many salons put together look books for brides, but it’s also a great idea to assemble a portfolio of men’s looks. Find photos of good looking grooms at elegant weddings to demonstrate the importance of looking smart and polished at the altar. “ –Thom Priano

·         A week and a half out: Get your color done.  There is nothing like fresh color. It makes for a beautiful photograph. Even if you are “a la natural” it would be a good idea to at least get a gloss/glaze on the hair to make it reflect more light in your photos.

·         The day of: Rock your man’s button up. After your style is done, you certainly don’t want to ruin it with a shirt that has a neck line that you would potentially cut off to not mess up your beautiful hair.

·         Pack a hair bag with the essentials like bob pins, hair pins, hair spray, a soft bristle toothbrush and hair paste to control fly-aways. Yes, a tooth brush (soft bristle) to use to smooth unruly hair line hair, works like a charm.

·         Make sure you have booked out ample amount of time for your hair to get styled along with the wedding party.  It is a really fun time to have all the girls getting gorge together, so ENJOY IT!

Peace, love and good hair-

Liz at Goldie and Bob Salon

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Goldie & Bob Announces Loyatly Rewards Program

We truly appreciate and value all of our customers. As part of saying THANK YOU we’d like to announce our Goldie & Bob Loyalty Rewards Program. How it works is simple: earn points on services and products purchased as well as referring friends and family.

> 1 point for every dollar spent on services and products

> 50 points for every referral (just have your friend tell us you sent them in)

> Reach 500 points and redeem them for one product (shampoo, conditioner or styling product)

Tips and tax are not included in your points.

Again, thank you for your continued support. We look forward to seeing you again!

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