How to Make Your Own Hair Style – From the Inside Out – From a Hairdresser

Makeup artist Sarah Jaffe has spent her entire life crafting beautiful designs for clients, and now she’s trying to give her clients the tools to make their own.

Jaffe, who lives in Brooklyn, NY, has designed hair styles for men and women alike.

She said that she has always wanted to make the products they love but couldn’t find.

“I was always a little bit afraid of it, I was like, I don’t know if I’m gonna do it or not,” she said.

She decided to do her own hair because she was interested in her own style.

Jaffas own style is based on a signature style of her mother, and it involves adding a little “shade” of her own.

“The reason I decided to start with my mom is because I’ve always loved the natural texture of my mother’s hair, and I really liked the way that she used her hair to do things,” she explained.

“She’s the only woman I’ve ever known who had her own little hair salon and was able to turn that into a career.”

Jaffe said that her hair was also a big influence on her style.

“My mom always made the best-looking hair in the house,” she continued.

“And it’s always the first thing I do when I get out of bed in the morning, I take her hair in, and there’s always some little shade of her that she’s going to put on.

And it’s like a little mirror that reflects what she’s like as a person.”

Jaffers own style involves using natural, minimal-diluted ingredients.

“When I first started doing it, it was really about the ingredients,” she added.

“You can’t go to a salon and get a fancy wig.

It has to be natural.”

Jafas own hair style involves adding natural, minimally-diled ingredients, such as rosehip oil and coconut oil.

You can see more of her creations in her Instagram account, The Hairdressers Hair and Makeup Blog.