Joi Rooks, owner of fresche salon (Atlanta, GA; www.fresche.net) and Lori Panarello, owner of I.d salon (New York, NY; www.idsalon.net), rocked some pretty cool looks for KMS California at the Worlds Fair Hair in Austin, Texas, but the most amazing thing about this pair is their 18-year friendship.
It’s that time of year again – time for stylist to create and submit their most fearless and daring hair fashion! Starting Wednesday, October 1 Sebastian Professional will be accepting entries for the 2015 What’s Next Awards. This isn’t just another hairstylist competition. The Sebastian Professional What's Next Awards is ground zero for student and professional talent who dare to push their creativity to the limits.
Sebastian Core Team Artist Marylle Koken will immerse you in the elements and principles of design in this creative hands-on workshop. See your work as artists see their art. You'll translate the fundamental elements into graphic shapes, movements, and designs. This class includes cut, color and style.Date: Sept 21-22, 2014Time: 10am-4pmCost: $700 25,900 Global Elite PointsLocation: Wella Studio Los Angeles
In this intensive creative workshop of styling and cutting, immerse yourself with the Sebastian Design Team in the elements and principles of design and shape. See your work as artists see their art. You'll translate the fundamental elements into graphic shapes, movements and designs. Includes cut, style, and color.
Hairstylist-turned-fashion powerhouse Christian Siriano teamed up with Sebastian Professional for a year-long partnership spanning two NYFW seasons. The collaboration includes a video series, look book/campaign shoots and Siriano’s participation in the Sebastian Professional What’s Next Awards.As part of the partnership, Siriano designed a limited-edition packaging for the iconic Sebastian Professional Shaper and Shaper Plus hairspray, bringing new life to a classic silhouette.
Hairroin Salon and Urban Outfitters, both celebrating their grand openings in Manhattan’s Herald Square this summer, have partnered to launch traveling salons at select New York store locations. Hairroin’s traveling salons will be on site at Urban Outfitters’ SOHO, Chelsea and Brooklyn stores on weekends in June, providing clients with a taste of Hairroin’s signature services, including haircuts, extensions, blowouts, styling, braid bar, tooth jewels and men’s grooming. All traveling salon services will be specially priced at $35 and under.
Celebrity stylist Akira Yamane of the Eiji Salon in New York amped up Whitney Port's new long bob hairstyle with a very 90's-inspired look at the recent fashion and beauty summit, BeautyCon. The look was fun and fresh with just a touch of edgy-chic.Get the Look:1. Whitney had an angled bob and she wanted to have a simple hairdo. First, Yamane blew out Port's hair straight and ironed the ends for shine to keep it simple and modern.2. For added moisture and shine, Yamane used Elujuda oil from Milbon on Port's locks.
Heather Rae C. from Hairroin Salon in Hollywood, CA talks about her inspiration for the winning Sebastian Professional What's Next look (Professional Category)!
Sebastian Professional's What's Next competition gives emerging talent and established hairstylists the opportunity to shine by creating "what's next" in the world of hair. Four Professional and Four New Talent finalists competed in Los Angeles on April 28th. In addition, Sebastian Professional's Lead Stylists demonstrated how to create styles from Sebastian's latest collections.
Let’s not sugarcoat it—Fashion Week is one of the most hectic, frenzied and chaotic weeks for designers, stylists, models, photographers and editors. But, it’s also one of the most exhilarating. Still, things can change at a moment’s notice and throw anyone off their game. At Christian Siriano, Sebastian Professional lead hairstylist Anthony Cole is nothing but calm, cool and collected even though the hair design did a 180-degree earlier in the morning. “We started with a dry, off-the-face wave, but as we were doing it we thought it was getting too literal.