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Delray Beach Magazine – February 2015

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With some of the best lighting and mirrors around, you’ll feel every bit of the glamorous Vidal Sassoon influence that inspires Bond Street Salon. The Bond Street approach is rooted in the belief that healthy, relaxed hair is the key to beautiful hair. Clients are treated to weekly complimentary deep conditioning hair treatments that combat the environmental factors of coastal living. Its new Under the Sun products help protect your hair from the heat, sun and salt of our humid, beach clime, as well as maintain your sleek, chic Bond Street style at home.

25 N.E. Second Avenue
Suite 112
Delray Beach FL 33444
(561) 330-8760

The Best of Jewish Journal – 2014

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Bond Street Salon is one of South Florida’s most popular modern salon destinations. Bond Street is adjacent to Atlantic Avenue, in the Pineapple Grove Arts District amid Downtown Delray’s many wonderful boutiques, art galleries and restaurants. Bond Street Salon is Delray Beach’s premiere boutique hair salon. The salon’s interior, with its modern chic design and serene atmosphere, reflects the relaxed luxury of our beachside coastal surroundings. Bond Street Salon clients are treated to weekly complimentary hair treatments that replenish moisture, provide reparative natural proteins and assist with combating the environmental factors of coastal living. Our approach is rooted in the belief that healthy relaxed hair is the key to beautiful hair.


in Florida Living by

We’re season-less here in Florida but we still share the same excitement for the end of summer, even though cooler days cease to exist for another 4+ months. Most things stay the same—the foliage, coats remain tucked away in dark corners of closets, and it’s still hot enough not to be able to crack your windows at night. We may not be able to see or feel fall, but one thing that always changes seasonally is style, no matter your location. Certain colors fade where monochromatic color schemes are introduced.

More women are inclined to change their hair color or style or both before the change of a season. Light+Short for Spring/Summer. Dark+Long for Fall/Winter. Floridians participate in a pseudo “fall season” in an attempt to break up the year-round monotony. An urge for change is created that is unmarked by weather, rather we’re informed by styles changing elsewhere, and whether drastic or subtle, expressing yourself through fashion—switching up your color/cut, or accessorizing  etc., is FUNNNNNN. If you’ve been lusting after a certain color, cut, or style for a while, go for it—there’s a reason you keep considering it, and nothing with hair is permanent!

Here are some hair trends for FALL/WINTER 2014:

The French Plait + Fish Tail Plait
Side Parts
The Undone Look
Center Parted Low Pony






in Hair Care by



Under The Sun is formulated with powerful botanical moisturizing extracts, antioxidants, and sun protection that strengthen, heal and protect your hair from the unpredictably of the SUN, SALT, HEAT and HUMIDITY. Our sulfate free and sodium chloride free wonder shampoo gently cleanses and retains your hair’s natural oils, moisture, color,and proteins.

Our multi-faceted conditioner leaves each strand shiny and soft. It can be used as a daily rinse, a deep conditioning treatment, or as a leave-in treatment to protect hair from day to day, to long term effects of coastal living exposure. Each product is strategically designed to infuse your hair with the moisture it needs to thrive, while shielding your hair from the excessive moisture the environment so ungraciously bestows upon you.

Sun: Everything is under the sun (unless you live underground). The sun burns and fades the color of your hair as easily as it burns your skin and fades the cushions of your outdoor furniture. True Story. Under the Sun is strategically formulated with a variety of natural sun protectors and anti-oxidants that work together to help shield your hair from the sun’s fierce rays.

Salt: Salt inhabits both air and water and is notorious for stripping your hair of its natural oils and moisture—leaving behind a filmy chalk-like residue. Have you noticed that your hair feels straw-like after leaving the beach or when you’ve finished exercising? Yep, you can thank salt for that. Under The Sun gently cleanses and replenishes those hijacked nutrients by locking in moisture and sealing the cuticle, making it impossible for salt to disrupt your awesome hair day.

This inescapable element extracts sweat from our bodies and exhales us into pools and oceans in an attempt to cool down. Let’s not forget about the hot tools used in everyday styling. It’s ok, we use them too. Incorporating hot tools (blow-dryers + flat irons) into your daily hair regimen can damage your hair and leave it feeling weak, brittle, and dry, especially after a long day at the beach. Under The Sun gives your hair strength, elasticity, and the moisture it needs to withstand these extremely hot conditions. So leave your beach hat behind, we’ve got you covered.

Atmospheric moisture, we refer to it as “bad moisture,” blows up your cuticle leaving your hair frizzy and unruly. Under The Sun consists of only “good moisture” and fills the entire hair shaft while sealing the outer layer (cuticle) in order to prevent “bad moisture” from getting in. We pretty much figured out how to lock out humidity. RIP.

ALL Under The Sun Hair Care products are Sulfate Free, Paraben Free, Sodium Chloride Free, and WE DO NOT TEST ON ANIMALS.

8oz | 32oz | Travel-Pac



Summer Hair of the Palm Beaches – June 2013

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SUMMER in South Florida is known for its INTENSE HEAT, FIERCE HUMIDITY, and BLAZING SUN. While this may sound like a great day at the beach, it usually makes for a pretty bad hair day. Protect your hair from the damaging effects of the summer WITHOUT COMPROMISING YOUR DAYS IN THE SUN.

By: Lauren Donald

Summer Hair of the Palm Beaches - June 2013

Wearing hats and scarves not only protect your hair from exposure to the elements, but can also be a fun way to mix up your look. Cover your hair and uncover a new you.

Put your hot tools on summer vacation and see what your hair is capable of when left alone. A little product can reveal and define what your hair was meant to do naturally. Look for leave-in conditioners and curl- defining lotions or mousses. Apply and enjoy.


The more moisture you put into your hair, the less room there is for humidity. So act before humidity does! Humidity blows out your cuticle, giving the appearance of dull frizzy hair. Fill and seal your hair with a weekly deep conditioning treatment. You’ll learn to love moisture and not let humidity give it a bad name.

Don’t let your hair come between you and the pool. Rinse your hair with clean water prior to jumping in. This will protect your locks from absorbing the water’s unwanted elements, such as salt and chlorine. Just remember to rinse again immediately afterwards. Don’t be afraid; dive right in!

Limit shampooing your hair to 2-3 times a week. Manipulating your scalp with water and conditioner alone will remove most natural oils and dirt, and your hair will feel and smell like its been freshly cleaned. Consider this your little shampoo secret.

Ink, Art & Beauty – April 2013

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Appearing on Spike TV’s “Ink Master” was only the tip of the iceberg of the successful career of painter, tattoo artist, and model Lea Vendetta.  The SoFlo ink slinger of Parisian origin has been fully emerged in the tattoo culture since the age of 18, when she decided that venturing into the tattoo scene and getting tatted was more important to her than the bourgeois modeling scene of those times.  When Lea first ventured into modeling, tattooed ladies—well, actually, the tattoo lifestyle—was taboo.  Oh, how the tables have turned.  Now as an in-demand model, full-time ink slinger—at Ink and Pistons Tattoo in West Palm Beach, FL—and a celebrated painter, Ms. Vendetta is living proof that the tattoo culture is seeing better days.

  • Lea Vendetta Picture 1

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