Inspire your client to go all-out at this season! This fun, festive up-do from Creative Director for ProRituals and Marilyn Brush, Terrence Michael Renk, is perfect for any holiday party, or New Year's bash. Below, Renk shares the steps he took to create the look.Get the Look:
Victoria Mills created this beautiful cut and color makeover at Cuts By US salon in Tallahassee, Florida. We asked Victoria to walk us through some tips on how to make clients happy when giving them a dramatic transformation. When it comes to giving a client a dramatic makeover, the consultation process is an essential step in achieving a look that the client will love. Victoria explains, "Always start with good consultation. That is the number one rule!"Victoria offers these tips for a successful consultation:
Chromastics colorist, Ginger Huff, of Salon Fusion in Bonaire, GA, recently helped her client transform her locks from basic blonde to rich, radiant red. Says Huff, "When I first met [this client], I just knew she was going to be a very eccentric kind of client that wanted fun and different, and boy did I deliver! Her eye color and the tinge-of-a-golden-blonde palette was the perfect compliment to a beautiful, mahogany red I had in mind, just for her." Below, Huff shares her tips on how she created the gorgeous, new look!
Bid farewell to 2014’s Radiant Orchid, and say “ciao” to the new hue of 2015 – Marsala, inspired by fine Sicilian wine. Marsala has been named the official 2015 Pantone Color of the Year, which will heavily influence everything from hair color and fashion to home décor.
Holiday parties are in full swing, and nothing is more festive than a glamorous, retro-inspired 'do. For holiday hair inspiration your client is sure to love, check out these simple steps from New York Streets on how to create a vintage-looking, voluminous bouffant hairstyle.Get the Look:1. Spray damp hair with HAIR REPAIR and work in 1 to 2 pumps of VOLUME FOAM.2. Blow-dry with a round brush curling the ends in towards the face (bangs should be curled away from face).
In honor of CW's Jane the Virgin's recent fall finale (The CW, 9/8c), on set stylists Michelle Rene Elam, Department Head Hair, and Tena Parker Baker, Key Hair, share their backstage secrets for achieving the cast's signature hairstyles. Gina Rodriguez/Jane by Michelle Rene Elam
Learn how to create this multi-dimensional Balayage in shades of strawberry, copper & gold by Robin Dorton of Salon Head Candy!
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.