Straight from NAHA 2014 - Beauty Launchpad caught up with hosts Giuliana and Bill Rancic, who shared how beauty has impacted their daily lives, and offered branding advice to salons and stylists. Check out our exclusive interview below!
Find out what Hairroin Salon owner Janine Jarman has to say about the exciting adventure of going bi-coastal and opening the first Sebastian Professional Flagship Salon in New York.
In the Beauty Launchpad July issue, we shared inspiring stories of five fearsome industry couples. Each week we will bring you a video where the dynamic beauty duos share secrets to their success! Find out how Gerd Hoher and Lulu Bryant from Carlton Hair/arteasecolors first met!
These days, there are very few women who haven't played around with the color of their hair. “Most women color their hair – sure, to cover grays, but also just for fun and fashion – especially with all the vibrant new colors and ombré,” says Boom Boom, owner of Boom Boom Brow Bar. However, clients who are going for a new look on their locks may want to consider adjusting the color of their brows as well. Adds Boom Boom, "When hair color changes it impacts the arches, so it’s a good idea to tweak them when you change your hair color."
Key Millenium Experience attendees including John Harms, Martino Cartier, Winn Claybaugh and Robert Cromeans speak with Beauty Launchpad Assistant Editor Molly Kossoff about the highlights of the event.
Ever have a client that wants their hair to frame their face but they don't want to lose any length or have too many layers? Andrew Carruthers, Education Director for Sam Villa, has a face-framing technique that gives clients exactly what they want.“To add texture and movement around the face without adding too many layers or sacrificing much length, stay away from using inches as a reference, there is too much room interpretation, instead use facial features,” says Carruthers.
If you missed Angelo David on Veria Living Live, now is your chance to catch up! The celebrity hairstylist and owner of the New York-based Angelo David Salon was invited to the show, where he gave one lucky audience member a dramatic makeover! Check out the video below:
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Ombré is a French word meaning shadow or shaded, and it’s no longer just a trend - it’s a technique. The popular ombré hair color is darker at the base through mid-shaft and gradually becomes lighter from mid-shaft to ends. Sam Villa, Founding Partner of Sam Villa and Redken Education Artistic Director, applies the same concept to cutting so sections become less dense from the base to the ends.
Stylists joined Moroccanoil Educator Kevin Hughes as he demonstrated techniques and secrets for creating stunning summer hairstyles. The TAG art gallery setting in Santa Monica provided a fitting location for the event, as stylists learned skills to help them in their own artistic journey. The educational opportunity was organized by Sweis Inc. Professional Salon & Spa Products, an independent professional product distributor based in Southern California, servicing salon professionals throughout southern California and parts of Nevada.
Not too short and not too long, the lob is a great option for the client is ready to chop off damaged ends with a moderate change. This cut will keep your client right on trend, as she will be in good company with the many celebrities who have opted for this look, from Karlie Kloss to Taylor Swift. Celebrity stylist Mika Fowler demonstrates how to create this popular style with her famous dry cut. Watch the video to see her technique!