New Favorite: 5 Sens Enhancing Dry Oil by Rene Furterer

Sometimes the only difference between dry & lifeless and a fabulous hair day is the right product. What are we reaching for these days? 5 Sens Enhancing Dry Oil by Rene Furterer. 


This spray-on dry oil is really a full-body experience (I mean, five senses, get it?). This unique product is a combination perfume and finishing oil for both hair and body. As things cool off here in San Francisco, it’s giving us just the right amount of weight and moisture to combat dryness and fly-aways while also intoxicating us with it’s luxurious scent and feel. The blend of super nourishing oils (think jojoba, sweet almond, castor, avocado, and safflower) leaves hair naturally soft & shiny. It’s the perfect remedy for winter locks. 


With holidays right around the corner, we know you’re going to need some self-care after all those awkward questions from your weird aunt. Ready to treat yo’self yet? This new release from Rene Furterer is now 20% off, just in time for your winter hair refresh. 

Stylist Spotlight: Tee

Tee Morphic SF

getting to know Tee

5 things you don't know about me...

1. I started doing hair in my mom's garage when I was 12.

2. I don't watch enough TV and I'm really trying to be better at it. I've only been able to watch full episodes of Broad City.

3. You can delete your Yelp app because I'm the app in human form. If we're friends just text me for restaurant recommendations.

4. I feel like I hit the jackpot in my career. I get to be creative everyday and touch people's soul while helping them embrace their hair. I actually get to say work doesn't feel like work.

5. Remember Demi Moore's pixie haircut back in the 90's? I became obsessed with having it, and it led to one of the most traumatic haircuts of my life. It wasn't a flattering look for an already androgynous-looking little girl.


Lets talk hair

What hair trend do you love right now?

I'm loving enhancing natural texture. Bigger is better! I love the bed head look.

How do you take care of your hair?

I use the best products available to me and make it a priority to nurture it. I literally have to carve out time in my day to show my hair some love. #thestruggleisreal

Current favorite hair color?

At the moment I'm really digging well-done, sophisticated peacock colors.

Top three favorite products?

Dry shampoo, Dry shampoo, Dry Shampoo. Then more dry shampoo



check out her recent work

Hair By Tee

Hair By Tee

Her Latest Reviews on yelp

"Best hair cut I've ever received. This will be my go to place for as long as I live in the Bay Area."


"I saw Tee on the total spur of the moment kind of thing.  Found her on Yelp and took a risk.  I have EXTREMELY LONG THICK hair and wanted to go short.  I showed her the pic and she told me what she could do and what I shouldn't do.  An hour and a half later She was done and I LOVED it.  My hubby loved it even more.  I'm so happy I went.  My family loves it too.  All the girls were very friendly, stylish and professional. "


"Tee slaved over my hair for SIX HOURS, giving me the perfect baliage.  Or is it balayage?  I dunno, but it looks freaking fantastic and beachy and gorgeous.  The best part is, I don't need to come back for a full 6 months (although I can come back sooner if I want it a bit brighter), and there is no demarcation line because it's weaved throughout.

I have a ton of hair, and she made the process so enjoyable.   Even letting me order lunch delivery!  It's such a cute little space, and I loved the living wall that they have.

Can't wait to go back to her for a cut.  I've gotten tons of compliments on my color already.  

Thanks Tee!"



Top 10 tips for curly hair

Morphic SF curly hair

10 tips for Curly Hair

We know that it can be hard out there for our curly haired ladies. Likely you've gone from the phase of trying to hide those wondrous curls to accepting your wild mane. But how do you tame it and give it all it needs? Morphic is here to the rescue with tips on shampooing, conditioner and style. 

Tip #1: 

Use sulfate free shampoo. And don’t over shampoo as it can dry your hair out. Once or twice a week is perfect.

Tip #2:

Condition your hair twice. The first time your hair absorbs the conditioner, and the second time the conditioner becomes a primer for your styling product.

Tip #3:

Add hair oil to your second round of conditioning. It will add shine and control the frizz. 

Tip #4: 

Noodle that hair! On your second conditioner application, apply throughout, lightly drizzle water, and use your fingers to comb your hair and create the perfect curl separation (aka noodling). Drizzle water again, but don't rinse the conditioner completely out. 

Tip #5: 

Find your part before you start to style and then flip your hair. This will help keep your hair patterns in place after styling. 

Tip #6: 

Glaze that hair! Flip your hair over and apply your styling product in the shower. The hair needs to be super wet so the product can get distributed evenly with an open face palm (aka glazing). This leads to more volume, better curl separation, and less frizz. And don't use a towel to dry your hair - just scrunch and squeeze the water out. 

Tip #7: 

 Get little hair clips (pictured below) to lift up each curl vertically to give it volume.  You only need to apply them to your part and crown. 

Tip #8: 

Dry your hair with your diffuser using the high air flow and high heat setting. A good way to do it is to tilt your hair to the side until you get to 50% dry. Then you let it air dry the rest of the way.

Tip #9: 

When you visit the salon, don't come in a ponytail. Come with your hair styled the way you want, so that when Mishi uses the dry cut method, she can follow your curl pattern. This really helps stylists give you the cut you want. 

Tip #10: 

Embrace your curls and treat them with LOVE! 


Products we recommend:

We recommend using the Karite Intense Nourishing Oil for your second round of conditioning. It has intense nourishing capabilities, and we love it - go for the Seven Conditioners lustre or color product, depending on your hair type. Remember that conditioner usually runs out 3 times as fast as shampoo, so it's more economical to buy the bigger version. Currently the Seven line of products is only available in salons, including ours. We'd be happy to ship some right to your door. Just select the "STORE" tab. 




Hair: Mishi Nova

Model: Jasmine Flores

Photographer: Christina E. Campbell