After faking out fans with a faux lavender look, Nicole Richie decided to commit to purple locks, and dyed her hair a gorgeous shade of dusty lavender. After posting her new look to Instagram, this trend-setter’s tresses have been a hit ever since. Danny Moon, PRAVANA Guest Artist from the Andy Lecompte Salon, used PRAVANA ChromaSilk PASTELS and VIVIDS to create the look. He finished with a deep conditioning treatment, using the NEVO by PRAVANA :60 Second Deep Treatment to keep Richie's hair healthy-looking and beautiful.
Hair stylist Anna Cantu was inspired by actress Kerry Washington's classic half-up, half-down hairstyle as seen at the recent 86th Annual Academy Awards. The look, which emphasized a waterfall of cascading curls, was both sophisticated and glamorous. Click through for Cantu's steps for recreating the look.
1. Section hair starting from the left eyebrow point diagonally towards the right ear point. Pin away.
Who should be crowned the ultimate “Glamour Queen”? A long list of celebrities may come to mind, but what about the 80 women who march to the sweat-inducing beat of the 90-minute-long Radio City Christmas Spectacular not once a day, but five to six times! On top of that, each high-kicking Rockette does her own hair and makeup; no stylists here.
Jared Leto’s hair look was styled by Chase Kusero using Vidal Sassoon Pro Series hair products!The Look: Natural, Air Dried Waves
Recently, FarmHouse Fresh natural and organic bath and body products sponsored StyleLab's 2014 Oscars Jewelry Event, which took place on Feb. 27 and 28 at the L'Ermitage Hotel in Beverly Hills, California. "We are so excited that stylish celebrities and fashionable guests at the StyleLab 2014 Oscars Jewelry Event can experience our powerful hydrating Agave Nectar Ageless Body Oil," says Shannon McLinden, CEO of FarmHouse Fresh brands.
Hairstyles, like fashions, come and go as each new generation tries to break away from what came before. Over the past century, hair has evolved drastically, with certain looks mimicking those of a previous era while others are truly new and innovative. Of these styles, some prominently stand out, both because of their ingenuity as well as their connection to cultural change and revolution. From women's suffrage to the Civil Rights Movement to personal identity, hair has served as a reflection of society and forward progress.
Awards season, from the Golden Globes to the SAG Awards, is a time for celebrities to show off their most drop-dead gorgeous hair and beauty looks. With the biggest show of all, the Academy Awards, just around the corner, PRAVANA stylist Jamie Muniz has some tips on how to recreate some of the looks seen in this year's Oscar-nominated films. Whether your client is preparing for an awards-themed party, or you have a formal event of your own, these three looks are red carpet-ready.1. Bombshell Roller Curls
Trend alert: Celebs are placing rejuvenating patches beneath their eyes to look well-rested even during their busiest schedules. Guess what? If it's good enough for these A-listers, it's definitely good enough for your clients!
Above, P. Diddy (or is it just Diddy now? We've lost track) shows off his cucumber patches on Instagram.
Test your Beatles hair trivia knowledge!
We all know that when The Beatles deplaned at New York's JFK Airport on February 7, 1964, they introduced the world to a new hairstyle. But did you know that a member of the Fab Four actually wanted to open a chain of salons? Or that one had given the cut a name?
Read on to test your Beatles hair knowledge! Answers on the last page.
For a recent hair update, Crystal Hefner wanted to trade in bright blonde locks for a more natural, toned-down look that was still gorgeously sexy. Celebrity stylist Guy Tang helped her to achieve this using Joico Chrome and BELLAMI Hair Extensions for a beautiful look he describes as "natural balayage ombre." Here, Tang provides the formula needed to create this stunning color.Get the Look: