How To's

Bridal Hairstyle Tutorial: The Gatsby
Many brides-to-be want a look that can easily be transitioned from a more formal style for the ceremony to a more playful style that will stand up to dancing the night away with her other half. Geneva Cowen, Artist Director for Sam Villa, gives a how to for a look that is pre-set with modern beach waves and then set in a loose up style that can be transitioned in 5 minutes or less for the reception.

Hairstylist Holly DeCastri recently helped her client achieve this fun, electric blue hair color. See the how-to for this stunning, vivid look, below!Get the Look: 1. Says Holly, "We started with a platinum card process where I used lightener from re-growth to ends and laid foils over each section using 10 volume. I lifted her to a level 10. I kept her re-growth natural - it was an ashy level 7.

With temperatures heating up, you shouldn’t have to rely on your standard ponytail to beat the heat of the summer sun. There are plenty of other just as easy hair style options while still looking stylish during summer. From backyard BBQ to summertime soiree, Beauty Collection’s head stylist, Jennifer Dinh, offers a simple step-by-step guide to create the perfect summer braid.    Summer Waterfall BraidThings you need:

Hairstylist Ashley O'Dell of Michael's Salon and Day Spa in Dayton, OH, recently created this beautiful blonde look for her client. Paired with soft, sensual waves, the style is perfect for summer. Below, Ashley shares the steps she took to achieve this look.Get the Look:1. Ashley brought Jessica (the client) from a level 4 to a level 10 with Wella Blondor and Olaplex.

Hairstylist Leslie Perea recently helped her client go from rose gold to this gorgeous pink and purple color combo. Bright, rosy pink perfectly complements vibrant violet hues for a simply stunning effect. Below, Leslie shares the steps she took to create this look so that you can replicate it for your own client.

You've mastered the cat eye, but have you tried the Puppy Eye? Ciaté shares how to achieve this new trend from Korea with a downward flick of liner. The style follows the curve of the eye to create a doe-eyed innocent look for beautiful, opened up eyes. Unlike the sexy feline flick, this look accentuates the roundness of your eye shape to create the appearance of larger eyes. Just don't go overboard as you can end up drawing too low and looking upset!Get the look:Products:

Hairstylist Kristin Pellegrino recently helped transform her client from brassy, grown-out hair color to this bright, bombshell blonde. Get the steps you need to recreate the look below! Before

Nail artist Julie Kandalec shares how to create this bright and cheerful summer Sunbrella nail look with essie's summer 2015 collection! essie Products and Tools:Private WeekendChillatoPeach Side BabeSunset SneaksStriping Brush1. Apply a layer of first base base coat followed by two coats of private weekend.

The “fun in the sun” season can cause great stress and damage to our hair from the exposure to the sun’s rays, salt water and chlorine. Ricky Pennisi, leading stylist, specialist in curly hair and founder of RI CI, shares his go-to five tips to protect your hair this summer. 

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