Model Georgia May Jagger recently became the latest celebrity to jump on the rainbow hair trend, debuting her new vibrant look on Instagram along with the caption, "Bronies… Mermazing hair colour" and a row of rainbow emojis.

Jason Backe's Pastel Hair Trend Tips
Celebrities have embraced the pastel hair trend with rainbow-hued looks that are both fun and feminine for quite some time. We have also seen these trends embraced across social media as style-forward women show off colorful locks. L'Oreal Professionnel celebrity colorist and president and CEO of Ted Gibson Beauty, Jason Backe who has worked with celebs such as Ashley Greene, Idina Menzel and Anne Hathaway, shares how to rock rainbow hued tresses this season.Jason Backe's Tips For Going Pastel:

In the Beauty Launchpad August issue, we've got men on the mind! Here's our list of Hollywood's top 10 hottest hunks - er, men's hairstyles. Did your favorite style make the list? 1. Chris Pratt With French braiding on his list of superhero skills, this Jurassic World star may have missed his true calling as a hairstylist. [Image: Getty Images] [pagebreak] 2. Paul Rudd

Celebrity hairstylist and Infusium 23’s new celebrity hair expert, Enzo Angileri, recently worked with actress Charlize Theron for the Los Angeles premiere of Dark Places. The understated-yet-intricate braided look he created is perfect for summer.

Jenny McCarthy switched up her trademark blonde locks for bright, nearly-neon pink strands, debuting the hot new look at a recent appearance. According to Keratin Complex International Creative Team Member, Abraham Sprinkle, "With the demand of jewel-toned colors, hairstylists are facing the battle of not only how to execute it, but also [how to] achieve color longevity. It has become very easy for consumers to replicate these tones but after a few shampoos, they end up with an uneven, splotchy mess due to having to color over the bleached-out base required.

For the recent premiere of Trainwreck, actress Brie Larson walked the red carpet in a gorgeous one-shoulder gown and chic, braided bun, created by celebrity stylist Ted Gibson. Says Gibson, "Brielicous!! I just made up a word because that’s exactly how this beautiful actress is. What a dream to work with her. I really enjoy time with Brie because she is funny, cool and is a great person for whom to do hair." Get Gibson's how-to for recreating this look, below!

Hairstylist Sean James created actress Carrie Fisher's look for her appearance at this year's Comic-Con in San Diego. Says Sean, "[Carrie] was so excited about the [Star Wars: The Force Awakens] panel and had story after story for Camille Clarke (makeup) and I and a few Star Wars insider notes - like that Star Wars was originally called “The Adventures of Luke Skywalker" - and other great stories about being on set.

Eyes are the windows to the soul, and whether that soul is a Bruce or a Caitlyn, the brows need to tell the story. Caitlyn Jenner has taken the world by storm, and her brows look gorgeous too! Below, Boom Boom, owner of Boom Boom Brow Bar, gives tips on how to transform brows from masculine to feminine.“When you’re adding a feminine touch to a face, start with a good arch to open the eye and frame features. Men's brows have a tendency to grow straight across, so adding that lift really softens the face,” explains Boom Boom.  

Actress/voice actress Wendy Schaal, best known for her role as Francine Smith on the animated show American Dad!, recently attended Comic-Con 2015 in San Diego, CA. Hairstylist Sean James created a casual, wavy hair look for Wendy that was both effortless and beautiful. Below, he shares his how-to for this versatile style.Get the Look:

Celebrity hairstylist Tym Wallace styled both Zendaya and Brandy Norwood for their red carpet appearances at the 2015 BET Awards. Recreate the looks with Wallace's how-to's, below. Get the Look: ZendayaInspiration: This edgy, cropped cut was channeled from the legendary Studio 54 era.1. Use the T3 Featherweight Compact Folding Dryer to add lift to the crown and smooth the back and sides.

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