I love the leaves.

I love this time of year. So many colors and tones on the landscape. It makes me happy. I will admit that I do have a favorite. It’s the reds that get me every time. To think that a cool green leaf could change and become such an intensely vibrant red thrills me. It is what makes Bucks County such a great place to live. There is beauty in all directions. Which leads me into the topic of fall hair. Not only is it a time of change for the scenery but it is a terrific time to deepen or richen your hair color. Myth says we need to go lighter as we age. Truth says skin tone, lifestyle, features and bone structure has far more say in what colors you should be wearing on your hair. As a hairstylist of over 25 years, I have seen some amazing transformations through the hair coloring and hair cutting world. Internally and externally I might add with a grin. One of my long term clients came in yesterday for her monthly root touch up. I had forgotten before her arrival that on her last visit we darkened her color and made her a beautiful warm rich brown. It was the best surprise of the day when I looked over at her upon her arrival and couldn’t help but say WOW at how great she looked. Her skin was glowing and her eyes looked beautiful. What an improvement for her. Completely transformational.

A great stylist is one that can choose your colors for you and know how to place them on your hair along side of a great haircut to accentuate the best you. A great client is one that has an open mind for change. One of my clients once told me “Hair is a renewable resouce”. Words to live by and change by. Oh and by the way, we cut about 6 inches off my hair today.

Enjoy the season, take time for inner beauty and relaxation. When life goes into fast forward make sure to hit pause.

Happy Day!



About RIAH Hair Studio

How We Came to Be . . . RIAH Hair Studio In May 2011, the former Salon Rage of Southampton, Pennsylvania relocated to a new space and changed their name to RIAH Hair Studio. RIAH? (pronounced 'Rye-Ah') Yes, it's "hair" spelled in reverse. Donna originally established Salon RAGE in March 1999. The salon delivered comprehensive hair services to the surrounding communities. As a seasoned beauty industry professional for over 29 years, Donna believed in education, not only for her stylists, but for her clients as well. This prompted her to open this first salon where she could foster such a dynamic environment. After 10+ years in Southampton and a desire to move closer to her family, in 2011 she relocated her business to Furlong, Pennsylvania in the heart of Bucks County. Re-emerging as RIAH Hair Studio, Donna has created a modern, contemporary, urban loft design experience located on the corner of York Rd & Edison-Furlong Roads, at the Village Corner in Buckingham Township. RIAH Hair Studio is an intimate boutique salon that is relaxing, comfortable & social, providing the "Right Attitude" from the team resulting in a "Great Experience" for their clients. It's the "RAGE" she carefully develops to this day. The stylists are continually certified in the latest hair techniques (color, cut, design, styles, tools, products, and fashion trends). Their clients, female, male, young or mature, enjoy the benefits of this extensive training. Additionally, they are taught how to re-create and maintain their RIAH experience until the next appointment. It makes RIAH Hair Studio stand out as one of the most referred-to salons in Bucks County! When we have the opportunity to see you in our new space, we'll provide you with the "Right Attitude & Great Experience" as we have always strived to do. Happy Day! from Donna & the Team at RIAH Hair Studio View all posts by RIAH Hair Studio

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