Watch! Messy Pull Through Fishtail Braid Tutorial
Stylist Jasmine Chang guides you step-by-step to create this messy braided half-up fishtail hairstyle. Watch this video to learn how to get the fun and flirty look! [Image and video courtesy of Jasmine Chang]

Watch! Create the South of France Haircut
Tap into Texture! Andis Educator Kenny Duncan shares how to cut a style inspired by Usher and The South of France. The hairstyle features a starburst fade on each side. Watch Kenny to get his haircutting tips and learn how to create the look: BEFORE: AFTER: [Images courtesy of Andis]

Watch! A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Eden Sassoon's Haircut
Take a behind-the-scenes look as Mark Hayes cuts Eden Sassoon's hair! [Image courtesy of Randy Taylor]

Tap into Texture! Andis Educator Kenny Duncan shares how to cut the crop! He demonstrates a total transformation inspired by styles from Hollywood seen on stars including Rihanna and Halle Berry. BEFORE: AFTER: [Images courtesy of Andis]

Guy Tang shares his Framar Foil It tips from the ISSE 2015 show floor! For more information about Framar Foil It visit! [Image courtesy of Guy Tang]

 Sassoon Academy's New Pop Collection
Sassoon Academy's latest collection looks at the art world, socio-economic trends and street style! International Creative Director Mark Hayes explains some of the influences behind the collection including the grunge movement, pop art and psychedelia of the 1960s. NU-POP Nu-Op:

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After establishing the fundamentals of elevation and over direction, finger angle comes into play. Finger angles within sections are very important because they create depth in shapes…and when not understood properly, can cause confusion when cutting. Andrew Carruthers, Director of Education for Sam Villa, reviews the fundamentals of finger angles:

Marie Claire Fashion Director/Project Runway judge Nina Garcia and ghd’s Brand Ambassador, celebrity hairstylist David Babaii, offer red carpet commentary and trend forecasting. Watch what they have to say about style at the Golden Globes! [Image/Video courtesy of Bold PR]

Sometimes the best way to unlock creativity is to turn to the fundamentals. Andrew Carruthers, Director of Education for Sam Villa, reviewed elevation first - the "up and down" movement of the hair that controls the vertical aspect of the silhouette. The second part of the fundamentals series explores over direction (the opposite of elevation) - the forward and back movement of hair that controls the horizontal aspect of the silhouette.

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