House of Cabelo, Bringing Miami to the East Bay!

Davines kicked off its annual World Wide Hair Tour of 2012 earlier this year in one of the hottest, most fashion forward cities in the world Miami, FL.  Over 1,500 stylists from all over the world came together for two days full of inspiration, education and hot hair from Davines’s top artists including Angelo Seminara, Cristiano Cora, and the Davines North American Artistic Team.

The most innovative cutting and color techniques were on show including live demonstrations of Flamboyage, A new revolutionary highlighting technique, created by Angelo Seminara for Davines. 

“Flamboyage, the innovative colour service that enhances natural reflects by spontaneously blending bright and saturated tones with natural bases, to create super-rich reflect patterns all along the hair length, whilst offering unprecedented creative freedom to hairdressers and colourists.”

The House of Cabelo is the first salon in the Tri Valley to bring this innovative technique to our clients.  Since the WWHT, we’ve performed this new revolutionary approach to natural looking colour on many of our clients and they are thrilled with the results!  We invite you to check out the Flamboyage video on YouTube and schedule an appointment with your favorite stylist to experience it for yourself.

It was awesome to feel part of the Davines family and global community.  We left Miami feeling inspired and excited to bring what we learned from  world-renowned artists to our clients in the East Bay.  We’re eagerly anticipating WWHT 2013 in Paris!

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