How To's

Taking bleached-out blondes and faded color from summer to fall/winter is one thing, but nowadays, more and more clients have variegated color. For guests with numerous shades, multiple steps need to take place in order to take them to a more consistent color form ends to tips.

As the year draws to a close, many clients get the itch for change as they prepare to start fresh in the new year. Get a dose of inspiration with these four favorite looks from Pureology Artistic Ambassador Natasha Sunshine. No matter your client's length or face shape, there's a brand new look for everyone.Look 1: Strong and Short Kristen Stewart transformed herself from girl-next-door to Hollywood goddess with her sleek, short-layered haircut.

For clients in need of a quick but beautiful holiday hairstyle, celebrity hairstylist and owner of Lea Journo Salon in Beverly Hills, Lea Journo, shares her tips for creating this half-back look that's perfect for any festive celebration. This style is ideal for anyone with medium to long length hair.Get the Look:1. Spray dry shampoo all over hair to remove any grease.

The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show is set to air on December 9, 2014 and in preparation of the event, Global Artistic Director of ProRitual Hair Care and the Marilyn Brush, Terrence Renk, is sharing his tips on how to get Victoria's Secret Angel-approved, mega-sexy hair in five easy steps. See the steps below!1. Says Renk, "After cleansing, prep hair with a leave-in product to add moisture and close the hair cuticle. I recommend ProRituals ColorFuel pH 4.5-5.5. Then add a small amount of setting product like ProRituals Volume and Texture Foam.

'Tis the season to get decked, and going retro with a crimson smile and big bold brows with a hint of sparkle does the trick. Think classic glamour, like Marilyn Monroe, Madonna and Gwen Stefani – gorgeous! Below, check out owner of Boom Boom Brow Bar in New York City, Malynda Vigliotti's (aka Boom Boom), tips for creating a classically beautiful holiday look for your client.

Canadian nail artist Rita Remark has an eye for detail and a reputation as a nail perfectionist. Her work has been seen at international fashion weeks and in magazines Rita shares how to create a sophisticated Ruby French look! Essie Products:Penny TalkBordeauxWickedMatte About YouSteps:1. Apply a coat of first base base coat allowing each nail to dry.

The month of December brings with it countless holiday party invites. To help your client go easily from work to play, celebrity hairstylist and owner of Lea Journo Salon in Beverly Hills, CA shares a quick and easy, effortlessly chic hairstyle. Share these steps with on-the-go clients, or create the look for those guests with more time to spare!Get the Look:1. Spray hair with dry shampoo to remove grease and add grip.

Dominique DeFrancesco, Colorist from De La Mer Salon in Bellmore, NY, created an add-on color technique for single process services that allows the stylist to upgrade their ticket and the guest to have a change without spending a full day at the salon. It’s called "All Around the World" and it takes minimal application time.

The 1980's made a major comeback at Unite Global Session 2014, held in San Diego, CA this past October. Unite Senior Artistic Director USA, Renee Africa, described the inspiration behind the overall look, saying, "The inspiration for this look is a real mash-up of 80's-inspired fashion, modern color-blending and a mullet-like, but feminine, soft haircut. This time period will always influence hairdressing and fashion in some way. For me, it was when I was brought up in hairdressing and will always leave a mark on my brain."

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