How To's

Stylist Shonda Broadus transformed her client from grown-out balayage to this gorgeous, steel blue hair color. Cool, silvery tones add edge to this fun look, while rich, royal blue adds depth and dimension. Below, Shonda shares how she created this stunning color.Get the Look:

Kim Kardashian's TIME 100 Gala Hair and Makeup
Celebrity hairstylist Michael Silva and celebrity makeup artist Mario Dedivanovic created Kim Kardashian's sleek pony and chic makeup look for the 2015 TIME 100 Gala.Michael Silva explains how to get the hairstyle look:"I first prepped Kim's wet hair using Shu Uemura Ample Angora Mousse all over. I then added some Kerastase Touche Final Serum on ends and throughout.  

Dramatic Undercut by Sam Villa
Scarlett Johansson, Rihanna, Tilda Swinton, Jada Pinkett Smith, Kelly Osbourne and Pink are some the fierce women who have worn the shaved undercuts with confidence and attracted mainstream appeal. Geneva Cowen, Artistic Director for Sam Villa, gives a step by step on how to create it.“In the past, feminine shapes have typically been rounder and men’s shapes leaner, but today we are applying both options to each gender. Shapes that can be styled ultra feminine or masculine, depending on mood,” says Cowen.

Frances Kurucz, hairstylist at Untamed Hair Studio in Fort Collins, CO, recently created this vibrant, multidimensional hair color for her longtime client. Bright magenta blends with hints of orange and subtle pops of purple for a gorgeous, sunset-like effect. Below, Frances shares how she achieved this stunning look.Get the Look:

Alexis Jimenez, hairstylist at Salon Head Candy in Cherry Hill, NJ, recently helped her client achieve this bold and beautiful hair color. Rich shades of red melt from subtle to bright for a gorgeous, velvety color that's perfect for spring. See Alexis' how-to for this look, below!Get the Look:1. Alexis used Wella Color Touch 4/0 with 6 vol. on the client's root, and then put Wella Blondor with 40 vol. on her ends.

Stylist Melissa Kenny of Salon Head Candy recently helped her client get ready for summer with this beautiful blonde hair color! Get the formula for recreating this look, below:Get the Look:Wella Blondor for re-growth touch upFreelights balayage hair painting throughoutToned roots with Illumina 8/1 + 6vToned mids through ends with 1 oz. 10/81 + 0.5 oz. 7/89.


Stylist Mary Thomaston recently created this fun look for her client. Bright, electric shades of purple, green and blue pop against a dark base for a colorful, rainbow effect. Below, Mary shares how she created this look:Get the Look:

Hairstylist Amber Yancey recently created this pretty, pastel blue mermaid hair for her guest. Deep cobalt and indigo complement lighter shades of turquoise and ultramarine for a stunning, multidimensional effect. Below, Amber shares the formulas she used to create this gorgeous look.Get the Look:

Skin isn't the only thing that suffers from the dryness of winter; hair is prone to excess moisture loss and brittleness during the cold months as well. Help your clients re-moisturize their locks for spring and summer with these tips from hairstylist Antonio Prieto.Antonio's Dos:

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