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Certified Master Haircolorist and owner of Salon Head Candy in Cherry Hill, NJ Robin Dorton recently helped a client transform her locks from dull and washed-out to vibrant and beautiful. Says Dorton, "This client wanted a bright, true red, and came in with a very patchy, washed-out, red-violet color she called 'cherry cola.'" Below, Dorton shares the steps she took to correct her clients color, and give her the exact stunning shade she was looking for!Get the Look

For the recent premiere of American Horror Story: Freak Show in Los Angeles, Jessica Lange wore effortlessly elegant waves, created by Wella Professionals Celebrity Stylist Ambassador Andy LeCompte. See the how-to below to recreate the gorgeous look for your clients!Get the Look:1. Start with freshly washed and conditioned hair using Wella Professionals Brilliance Shampoo and Conditioner.

At the Haider Ackermann S/S’15 Paris Fashion Week show, the hair combined glacial blonde color with a modern cut, showing a refined, contemporary look. “This look is something beautiful and elegant, but in an unusual, unexpected way," said Eugene Souleiman, Global Creative Director of Care and Styling for Wella Professionals. "We used icy, white blonde color to create a classic, choir-boy inspired haircut.

The cloud-inspired collection at the Issey Miyake Spring/Summer ’15 show in Paris saw a natural, ethereal hair look. “Issey Miyake’s collection took cues from cloud formations and graphic fabrics so I used this concept to create hair that was otherworldly and soft,” said Wella Professionals Global Creative Director Eugene Souleiman.

The hair look at the Joseph Spring/Summer 2015 show in London, took on a West meets East aesthetic, described by Eugene Souleiman, as "Scouse Geisha." The Scouse element came from the strict effect of the hair being pulled back from the face, a look reminiscent of Northern Britain, and the hint of Geisha coming from the beautiful sculpted pony tail at the back of the head.

NYFW Get the Look: Unique Up-Dos at Antonio Berardi by Eugene Souleiman
The hair look at the Antonio Berardi Spring/Summer 2015 show was a beautiful exercise in blended textures, with a hint of Japanesque. To complement the overall look, Wella Professionals Global Creative Director Eugene Souleiman created a dual-texture, slightly romantic up-do. Says Souleiman, “I took my inspiration from the beautiful fabrics and themes in the collection, where Antonio had mixed Kimono style florals with Military sharpness.

NYFW Get the Look: Beachy Styles at Jeremy Scott by Eugene Souleiman
The surf inspired look at the Jeremy Scott's Spring/Summer 2015 show in New York saw individual takes on sexy beach hair. “Jeremy and I wanted the hair to appear windswept and raw like it had been styled by the sun and sea while still remaining chic and stylish,” said Wella Professionals Global Creative Director Eugene Souleiman.

Get the Look: Allison Williams' Classic Chignon at the 2014 Emmy Awards
Celebrity hairstylist Davy Newkirk created an elegant, classic chignon for actress Allison Williams at last night's Emmy Awards. According to Newkirk, the inspiration for the style came from “a classic chignon and a modern day take on Grace Kelly.”Get the Look:1. Start with freshly washed and conditioned hair using Wella Professionals Brilliance Shampoo and Conditioner.

Get the Look: Cat Deeley's Elegant Up-Do at the 2014 Emmys
For last night's 66th Annual Emmy Awards, Cat Deeley wore a gorgeous up-do hairstyle, created by hairstylist Sallie Nicole for Wella Professionals. According to Sallie, “The look we were going for was modern vintage with added textured.”Get the Look:1. Apply a dime-size amount of Wella Professionals Velvet Amplifier as a primer to damp hair.2. Spread a small handful of Wella Professionals Extra Volume Mousse throughout from root to tips.

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