January Jones’ graphic French/twist back braid is so imperfect, that it’s perfect. The look leaves plenty of room for interpretation and can easily be translated into an everyday look with an element of surprise!
Step-By-Step Styling:1. Start with freshly washed and conditioned hair using Wella Professionals Enrich Shampoo and Conditioner.
Wella Professionals' Christopher Dove talks about Color ID at Intercoiffure's Spring Symposium.
Wella Professionals recently announced the launch of its brand new, one-of-a-kind Color.id, a color additive used with permanent color that allows stylists to paint multiple colors, placed right next to each other, without the hues bleeding or smashing together. Traditional foils can be limiting and create a visual challenge, as they require stylists to focus more on individual hair strands as opposed to the whole picture.
Celebrity hairstylist Enzo Angileri was inspired by a combination of a futuristic goddess and the iconic fashion model Twiggy when styling actress Charlize Theron's pixie for last night's Oscars. The result was a simple, chic look that was both stunning and polished.Get the Look:1. Start with freshly washed and conditioned hair using Wella Professionals Brilliance Shampoo and Conditioner.2. Apply a generous amount of Wella Professionals Natural Volume Mousse, gently working through hair from roots to tips.
To compliment Amy Adams' beautiful navy dress, Celebrity Hairstylist Renato Campora for Kérastase used products from the brand's Couture Styling collection to give Amy a slick-backed, sculpted French twist. "We wanted the hair to compliment the dress. It's very classic and elegant," says Renato.How to Create Amy's Look:Step 1: On wet hair apply Kérastase Mousse BouffanteStep 2: Part the hair on the left side, distributing Kérastase Forme Fatale from mid-lengths to ends and blow dry with a round brush
Actress Portia De Rossi stepped out on last night's Oscars red carpet wearing a beautiful, draping gown and an elegant, swept-up hairstyle that emphasized volume and classic glamour. Celebrity hairstylist Enzo Angileri created the look using Wella Professionals products. Check out his steps to recreate the style!Get the Look:1. Start with freshly washed and conditioned hair using Wella Professionals Brilliance Shampoo and Conditioner.2. Blow dry hair with a round brush and diffuser to maximize the volume.
The simple hair look at the Ports 1961, A/W 2014 show in Milan acted as the perfect contrast to the richness of the collection. “The Ports 1961 collection is always beautiful, incredibly well made and very stylized. This brand appeals to cool girls with a fast pace of life but not much time, so I wanted to create a hair look that appeared as if it didn’t take a lot of time, as if the girl’s had not tortured themselves to get something perfect. Imperfect is far cooler,” said Wella Professionals Global Creative Director, Eugene Souleiman.
This season, the hair look at the Jeremy Scott show in New York broke away from fantasy and moved towards a fresh fashion look. The collection, described by stylist Eugene Souleiman as a take on “sportswear with a suggestion of lingerie,” called for a “racy, after the gym” hairstyle.
The MILLY by Michelle Smith AW14 collection at New York Fashion Week showcased femininity with hints of toughness. Designer Michelle Smith describes the collection as “extremely luxurious and feminine with a bit of an edge. The mixture of precious materials and contrasting textures reflects the overall theme of effortless yet opulent style and beauty.” The color palette of the collection begins with camel colors and soft shades of pink similar to a ballerina slipper.