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2016 Hairstyle Trends
Hairstyle Inn Saskatoon Salons were thrilled to have ShawTV stop by to see some new hair trends for 2016 in their "New Year, New Look" segment. We had a blast spending the morning with them going over some great techniques, styles and color that are fresh and trendy ways to switch up your look in the new year.
Add Volume to Your Hair!
The first video in the segment shows Saskatoon salons stylists Laddie demonstrating a unique technique to add volume for those with fine hair! Just because your hair is thin or fine , doesn't mean it has to be boring!
Easy Hairstyles to Diversify Your Look!
The next video in the segment shows Michelle demonstrating some beautiful, unique - but easy - styles to keep your hairstyle diverse in the new year. Say goodbye to the boring, worn-out ponytail look.
Add Some Playfulness to Your Hair!
Lastly, Shelley shows how easy it is to add a fresh pop of color to add some playfulness to your look. Tired of the same old blonde highlights? Why not try pink!?
Hairstyle trends change like the weather, but Shelley, Laddie, and rest of the Hairstyle Inn team are always keeping up to date! For the best Saskatoon salon experience and Trusted customer service call Hairstyle Inn salon today or get more Hairstyle tips Inn in our Trusted Salon Tip Library
Here they give great Tips for Building an Outdoor Kitchen:
With warm weather beckoning us outside, why make a meal indoors? If you want to transform your yard into another favourite spot on your property, an outdoor kitchen is a great place to start - and it doesn't have to cost a lot to be functional.
Planning Your Space
Location is the key to an outdoor kitchen that is functional and well-integrated into your deck or yard.
- Consider what you want in your outdoor kitchen. It can be as simple as using your existing barbecue and adding a small counter prep area and storage unit.
- Plan the arrangement of your components. Place them against an existing wall or fence for a galley-style kitchen that takes up the least amount of space. Or use a corner to create a more expansive L-shaped space that works well if you have several cooks in the kitchen.
- Factor in the placement of your outdoor eating area - it should be close enough to the grill to work in tandem with it but not so near that smoke wafts over the dining set.
- Pick a spot close to outdoor electrical outlets and a water source.
- Make sure you have room to expand the kitchen in the future to add more counter space and storage, or perhaps a wood-burning pizza oven or smoker.
With a little planning, it's possible to choose materials to create an outdoor kitchen without spending a fortune.
- Use materials that can stand up to sun, water and stains for counter prep area and storage. Durable solid surface Corian®, quartz Silestone® and stainless steel are all great options.
- If you're short on space, use storage units on castors, a serving cart, or build a counter that folds down.
- You'll need a level surface to start. Pavers are the most economical option for creating a patio space and easy to add to if you want to expand your outdoor kitchen space in the future.
- If you're planning to have a permanent grilling area, build your base with affordable brick and stone for decorative emphasis.
- Make sure your outdoor fridge and grill are easy to move so they can be stored inside during the winter.
- If you live in an area with high humidity, choose rust-resistant materials.
An outdoor kitchen tends to be a high-traffic area, so it's important to follow these safety guidelines.
- Keep a first-aid kit and fire extinguisher on hand.
- Ensure the grill is located at least five feet from the house and not too close to the dining area to restrict movement between the cooking area and the rest of the yard.
- Choose a location that gets some shade so you don't have to worry about always being exposed to the elements.
- Make sure the grill isn't too close to windows and doors to avoid your house filling with smoke when you're cooking.
- To avoid attracting insects and wildlife, choose materials and appliances that are easy to clean.