Celebrities

Farouk Systems USA proudly announced their continued support of Lifetime’s Project Runway All Stars as the official hair care provider for season four, premiering October 30 at 9/8c. Fourteen of the most talented Project Runway designers from past seasons will compete for runway gold with guidance from mentor Zanna Roberts Rassi. The returning designers will be impressing host Alyssa Milano and judges Isaac Mizrahi and Georgina Chapman.

The saying goes that age is just a number, and nowhere is that more true than in Hollywood. A-list celebrities have access to some of the most cutting-edge, top-of-the-line anti-aging and beauty treatments available, making it possible to prolong the glow of youth and delay the signs of aging. However, only a select few of Hollywood's leading ladies have managed to exude a certain grace, beauty and sophistication as they age.

Naomi Watts' Twisted Bun
Actress Naomi Watts warranted beauty accolades during the 52nd Annual New York Film Festival in Tribeca thanks to Macadamia Professional’s International Creative Director and celebrity stylist, Giannandrea. Watts was stunning in a pale-grey lace and silk tulle Gucci gown with hair styled in a romantic, relaxed, modern look that Giannandrea calls a “Twisted Bun.”  

Trend Alert: The Strong Bob by Marylle Koken
-by Marylle KokenNaughty sistas with a charming side, this hairstyle will make you stand out in all the right ways.Say “hey, girl hey” to the strong bob, a look that’s perfect for flip-flopping from day to night, glam to edgy, flirty to mischievous. Any woman can pull off this look, meaning it’s translatable from trend to behind the chair.

Actress Gwyneth Paltrow and celebrity stylist David Babaii recently announced the launch of an all new ad campaign for the duo's ever-growing salon, Blow Blow Dry Bar. The new campaign, #GwynethDavidHeartBlo, was created by Megan Hess, Babaii's favorite illustrator, and perfectly demonstrates Blo's new artistic direction and vision.For more information on Blo Blow Dry Bar, please visit www.blomedry.com.[Image: created by Megan Hess; courtesy of Janice McCafferty Communications, Inc.]

The Fall 2014 shows from Gucci, Tom Ford and Joseph all had a 1960’s hair vibe, with higher crowns and deep side parts. There was also an element of "shape on shape" going on within many designer’s collections. Ruth Roche, Artistic Ambassador for Pureology Serious Colour Care, mixed these influences with the short hair trend seen on Jennifer Lawrence, Michelle Williams and Julianne Hough to create a fun Modern Pixie. See how to do the cut, and check out more tips from Roche below!

Beauty News: Sexy Hair Celebrates Marilyn Monroe
Sexy Hair, the professional hair care brand and creator of the best-selling and award-winning Big Sexy Hair Spray & Play hairspray, recently launched a celebratory campaign to honor the 60th anniversary of the day Marilyn Monroe shot one of the most iconic moments in film history. The scene in the film The Seven Year Itch, where Monroe’s white dress is blown up by a gust wind from a New York City subway, has become almost as famous as the actress herself.

Haircolor How To: Sun Kissed Strands by Pasquale Caselle
Celebrity hairstylist and IT&LY HAIRFASHION NA, Inc. Creative and Editorial Color Director Pasquale Caselle is known for his mastery of signature color formulation and technique. Amongst his A-list clients is Sarah E. Fahey, writer of VH1’s popular Hit the Floor, who credits her rich, natural, and personalized “sun kissed” color exclusively to Caselle. Below, Caselle shares the formulas and steps needed to create a gorgeous, sunny color like Fahey's.Get the Look: Color

Summer is almost over, but the arrival of fall is a great excuse to encourage your clients to refresh their beauty look. Below, Jill Marcordes, Executive Director of Cosmetology & Nail Technology at Tricoci University of Beauty Culture, highlights two hot hair trends for Fall 2014.

“Are there rules to shaping brows according to face shape? Absolutely, you can highlight the good and detract from the bad features with the right set of brows,” says Boom Boom, owner of Boom Boom Brow Bar.

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