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Makeup artist at DePasquale the Spa, Mariel Guay, used beautyADDICTS products to create this show-stopping skull look, just in time for Halloween! Get the how-to for recreating the look for a client (or yourself!), below.

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

Any pro makeup artist knows that a truly fantastic Halloween costume isn't just about the outfit. Makeup can complete a Halloween look and take any costume from ordinary to extraordinary in just a few simple steps. Help your client transform her look this Halloween with these two makeup looks by  beautyADDICTS makeup artist Kathleen Davoine!

Halloween is mere days away, and it's time to get inspired! This rockabilly pinup style, created by New York Streets’ creative director Lisa Lobosco, is perfect for the last-minute client who still hasn't decided on a costume. Check out Lobosco's steps to create the style for your guest (or yourself)!

Top nail artist and Fashion Week staple Rita Remark recently created this fun, fall-inspired nail art look. Graphic lines and triangles of color in rich, autumnal shades allude to one of the season's prominent fashion staples: the argyle sweater. Below, Rita shares her tips on recreating the look for your clients using essie nail polishes.Get the Look1. Apply one coat of essie's first base base coat, followed by two coats of russian roulette.

The Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) and Vogue Magazine have been working in tandem to support the next generation of American fashion designers through their joint endowment. Last week the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Finalists participated in a runway show, held in Los Angeles, California. Aveda Guest Artist Jon Reyman created a distinct knotted style for the models of designer Simon Miller.

With the holidays just around the corner, it's time to start thinking of creative new ways to style clients' hair for upcoming parties and events. Here, KMS California’s Artistic Director Sonna Brado offers tips for how to dress up a braid and keep it trending for a night out. By adding a classic finger wave to a fishtail braid, Sonna easily takes this braid from day to night.Get the Look:

Hairstylist Jennifer Yepez recently created an elegant, 1940s-inspired red carpet hairstyle for Brazilian model Jeisa Chiminazzo for Angel Ball 2014, hosted by Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City on October 20, 2014.

For artists such as hairstylists, unique characteristics of the changing seasons are very inspiring, as well as everything they come in contact during those seasons – it can all evoke a feeling or design.

Josie Sanchez, Master Stylist at Dop Dop Salon, recently transformed her hair from jet black to a rich, coppery red using Olaplex. Says Sanchez, “I have done a drastic color change prior to this, from dark brunette to platinum blonde which left my hair very dry with split ends. With Olaplex, I see a visible difference in the vibrancy of the color and shine and my hair feels incredibly soft with little to no split ends.”Get the Look:

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