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No matter the hair color, the biggest Spring/Summer 2015 hair trend is all about lightening techniques to create or brighten natural tones. A-list stars, blonde and brunette alike, are bringing out their inner blonde while redheads are elevating their bold color to the next level. With a lengthy client roster of Hollywood starlets, Tracey Cunningham, Redken Celebrity Colorist shares her scoop on the blonding trend she is using on her own celebrity clients, and provides formulas to help you achieve these lightened and brightened looks on any client, no matter their natural shade.

Bid farewell to 2014’s Radiant Orchid, and say “ciao” to the new hue of 2015 – Marsala, inspired by fine Sicilian wine. Marsala has been named the official 2015 Pantone Color of the Year, which will heavily influence everything from hair color and fashion to home décor.

In honor of CW's Jane the Virgin's recent fall finale (The CW, 9/8c), on set stylists Michelle Rene Elam, Department Head Hair, and Tena Parker Baker, Key Hair, share their backstage secrets for achieving the cast's signature hairstyles. Gina Rodriguez/Jane by Michelle Rene Elam

As the year draws to a close, many clients get the itch for change as they prepare to start fresh in the new year. Get a dose of inspiration with these four favorite looks from Pureology Artistic Ambassador Natasha Sunshine. No matter your client's length or face shape, there's a brand new look for everyone.Look 1: Strong and Short Kristen Stewart transformed herself from girl-next-door to Hollywood goddess with her sleek, short-layered haircut.

Some hair trends come and go, but fashionable fringe is one timeless look that's always chic. Whether wispy, sleek, choppy, or long, bangs can elevate any basic hairstyle from bland to beautiful. It's an easy and fun way for clients to switch up their look without losing any length or undergoing a drastic hair color change.Get inspired with our list of the 17 best celebrity bangs, below!1. Zooey Deschanel

'Tis the season to get decked, and going retro with a crimson smile and big bold brows with a hint of sparkle does the trick. Think classic glamour, like Marilyn Monroe, Madonna and Gwen Stefani – gorgeous! Below, check out owner of Boom Boom Brow Bar in New York City, Malynda Vigliotti's (aka Boom Boom), tips for creating a classically beautiful holiday look for your client.

2014 was a year of bold hair. Shorter cuts replaced long, flowing locks as the dominant hair trend of cool girls everywhere, and bright, rainbow colors - like "slime green," teal, and orange - moved from punk to popular as A-listers donned rainbow-colored strands on stage and on the red carpet. Meanwhile, both the bob and the "lob" (or, long bob) had their moment in the sun, taking over as one of the most popular cuts of the year.

Fashion Icon, Jerry Hall, ushered in the holiday season at the flagship store of the famed department store, Galeries Lafayette in Paris, with the help of a “monster“ made with real Hairdreams hair! Haute Coiffure Star Designer, Charlie Le Mindu, created the pink hairy monster which is part of  a unique, show-stopping promotion of the luxury Parisian department store.

Gwyneth Paltrow and celebrity hairstylist David Babaii have become a dynamic duo since partnering with Blo Blow Dry Bar this past summer. Since joining North America’s original blow dry bar, the beauty industry, as well as the franchising world, has seen a tremendous expansion in Blo locations around the world.

At this year's LACMA Art + Film Gala, daughter of LACMA Trustees' Eva and Michael Chow, Asia Chow, rocked spiral curls on the star-studded black carpet. Celebrity hairstylist Lea Journo, who counts Orlando Bloom and Ellen Degeneres amongst her clients, created the glamorous look using a flat iron and a wooden spoon. This creative technique, detailed below, allows for tight spiral curls - perfect for any formal event or holiday party!

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