What makes Viange Hair different from other hair salons?

It’s been about 3 months since we’ve opened our new salon in Plano, Texas and we wanted to reintroduce the Viange Hair experience to our neighborhood friends.

Surrounded by lots of greens where you can feel the refreshing breeze, you’ll feel like you’ve stepped into an urban zen spot. The moment you walk in through our salon doors, you’ll be greeted with a drink. Welcome, make yourself comfortable as we begin our consultation. 

Different people have different hair—frizzy, dry, fine, thick, etc. Whatever the case may be, we’ve got expert hairstylists as well as a wide variety of hair products to tailor to each unique hair type. 

Not only do our stylists bring quality technique, but we provide advice on the best types of products to use for your specific hair conditions and how often you should visit the salon depending on location specific weather conditions. For example, Texas residents need to pay extra attention to their hair due to high UV exposure. 

Your beautiful hair shouldn’t be some magic that vanishes after a day at the salon. We treat hair as an important part of your lifestyle. Our hairstylists will help you so you can consistently maintain beautiful hair even after you walk out our doors. 

This is the Viange Hair motto. Come and experience it for yourself. 

Call for reservations:
TEL: 214.430.5100

Or make your online reservation here: http://www.viangehair.com/viange-reservations.html


What are the benefits of Orange Shampoo?

Orange Shampoos have benefits that go beyond its sweet refreshing aroma. The orange essential oil contains a natural ingredient called limonene, which helps soften your scalp, making it easier to cleanse and purify.

Let’s look at the wonderful benefits of using Orange Shampoo:
- Adds shine and volume to your hair
- Gets deep into your pores to remove impurities
- Prevents your scalp from drying
- Promotes blood circulation and helps with hair growth

Consult your hairstylist and try it out!


Meet the Stylists Robert (Stylist)

Stylist: Robert
Main Branch: San Francisco (Tillman)

Q: Tell us about yourself. Where are you from? What are some of your career highlights?
A: My Name Is Robert and I have been doing hair professionally for 13 years now. I was born and raised here in the bay area and have worked my entire career in the beautiful downtown SF area. The highlight of my career was styling my first celebrity client Miss Jennifer Coolidge :-)

Q: What's your specialty?
A: I am a trained Colorist by way of Di Pietro Todd salon. I also have extensive knowledge of all different kinds of hair textures from the most coiled of curls, wavy or straight and fine. I have years of experience in different extension techniques and I am a master of the BLOW DRY ;-)

Q: Why did you become a stylist? 
A: My mother was a hair stylist her first career so I spent all of my life in the hair salon watching and learning things. I picked it up very quickly and always knew from a young age that this is what I would aspire to become and loved to do.

Q: What do you love about your job?
A: I absolutely love being creative, there's a sense of glamour in what we get to create as artist and it doesn’t feel like work at all. It's a labor of love and you meet the most amazing people. When a client absolutely LOVES the way they look when you have transformed their look is one of the best feelings in the world. We can give the gift of BEAUTY to our clients.

Q: Tell us about your aspirations.
A: I aspire to be great at what I do, love what I do and grow with love and inspiration around me. Create great things that influence other artists as well.

Q: What do you do on your free time?
A: I have a very active social life, I enjoy going to different club events, bars and concerts. Hope to start traveling more in the coming years.

Q: What’s your favorite quote? 

A: “Its a new challenge to see how people can change your look. I like words like transformation, reinvention and chameleon. Because one word I hate is predictable” Naomi Campbell 


2017 hair trends for men: The versatile undercut

Without a doubt, the undercut hairstyle has become one of the most popular haircuts for men. Built on the concept of "short sides, long top", the undercut creates a versatile style ranging from street to classic. 

The undercut comes in a variety of forms. A good starting point to learn the different types is the High-Fade, Middle-Fade and Low-Fade styles.




If you have Asian hair, which is generally very straight and coarse, we recommend a light perm to make it easier to achieve these styles. Always feel free to ask us for any questions or advice!


Are you feeding your hair right? Best and Worst foods for healthy hair.

Healthy hair stems from a healthy scalp. One way to tell if you have healthy scalp is from the color of it. Check your scalp right now to see where you stand.

Pale: Congratulations. You have a healthy scalp!
Yellowish: Caution needed. Your scalp is signaling for attention.
Reddish: Danger zone. Your scalp is irritated and needs your utmost attention.

When your scalp is in a sensitive state, not only do you need to care for it from the outside, but you also need to nourish it from the inside. Your whole body is made of what you eat and your scalp is no exception. 

For those of you in the caution to danger zone, as well as those who want to maintain your healthy scalp, here's what you should be eating:

Leafy Greens: Leafy greens like spinach are a good source of vitamin A and C as well as iron, beta-carotene and folate. These amazing nutrients keep your scalp moisturized and promote hair growth.

Liver: Liver is concentrated with vitamin A and B3, which enhances circulation in your scalp.

Fruits: Guava has more than 4 times the minimum daily recommended amount of vitamin C which protects your hair from breaking.

Fish: Salmon, sardines and mackerel are all packed with omega-3 fatty acids, which your body can't produce on its own. Omega-3 fatty acids help prevent hair loss and keep your scalp hydrated.

All of these foods improve your metabolism to produce healthy sebum for your hair. 

On the other hand, what should you avoid?

Greasy Food:
Need we say more? Greasy food makes greasy skin. That's including your scalp. The oil causes clogged pores, which is the fundamental problem for hair loss.

Alcohol slows the levels of zinc in your body – a necessary mineral for healthy hair and growth. It also dehydrates your scalp, making your hair more brittle.

Caffeine and spices:
Try to avoid stimulating food like caffeine and spices. They may cause irritation to your scalp.

Use this simple guideline and start paying attention to what you eat. Beautiful hair can be controlled from the inside out.

Info Source: WebMD,Eatthis


Meet the Stylists Jessica (Senior Stylist, Assistant Manager)

Stylist: Jessica
Main Branch: Saratoga Salon

Q: Tell us about yourself. Where are you from? What are some of your career highlights?
A: I am born and raised in the Bay Area. After High School I went to San Jose State for a few years before enrolling in Cosmetology School. When I graduated school I went to work for a Japanese hair salon as an assistant, where I learned a lot about different hair types and textures. While there I was able to move up from assistant to Junior Stylist. However, after 3 1/2 years there I felt it was time to try something new. This is when I found Viange Hair a new and trendy hair salon. I have been with Viange Hair since the opening of Saratoga's location and have been given many opportunities to grow as a stylist. Since the opening almost 2 1/2 years ago, I have gone from Stylist to Senior Stylist and became Assistant Manager of this location.

Q: What's your specialty?
A: I enjoy cutting and coloring and have taken many classes to further my education. However, my favorite service to do is the Japanese Straightening.  Seeing someone come in with hair that is out of control and leave with sleek and shiny hair that puts a smile on their face, is so rewarding.

Q: Why did you become a stylist?
A: Ever since I was little I always thought it would be so much fun to be a hair stylist.  I remember I would pretend to cut my dolls' hair. Hair has always been a canvas I was interested in creating something beautiful with. Whether I was styling my friend's hair for a school dance or playing with different hair colors, seeing how even the smallest change of someone's appearance can make such a big difference to them and the joy in their face was something I always enjoyed being a part of.

Q: What do you love about your job?
A: I love how even the smallest trim or a simple shampoo and blow-dry can make someone change the way they feel that day. Sometimes people come in feeling a little down but after they get their hair done, they are so happy and glowing. Seeing that I made someone so happy they can't stop looking at their hair or flipping it around, is what I love about my job.

Q: Tell us about your aspirations.
A: I aspire to keep growing and staying on top of the new trends and techniques. I believe in this industry there is always room to grow and improve your skills. I hope to always stay humble in what I do so I can continue to grow and give my clients the best.

Q: Who's your muse and why?
A: My family, through good times and bad they always stay strong and united no matter what.

Q: What do you do on your free time?
A: On my free time I like to relax and spend time with my friends and family. I watch a lot of Netflix and watch other stylists' posts to see their techniques. 

Q: What’s your favorite quote?

A: My favorite quote is "live life to the fullest".