To kick off Joico's partnership with the effervescent artist, Bella Pilar, the hair care company will host a voting contest on its Facebook page to allow all voters' voices to be heard. Fans of Joico on Facebook can vote on which of the designs by Bella will be featured on the packaging of a very special product promotion to be released later this year. Voting is open to everyone, and for US residents only, each individual vote will automatically enter the voter into a special giveaway where he or she can win prizes, including a grand prize.
Detroit-based hair stylist Donna "WinkWink" Flacks was inspired by the neutral tones of winter to create this Snow Queen look. Says Donna, "I came up with this idea for a snow queen because of all the beautiful snow winter brings. I talked with my good friend and wardrobe designer for this shoot, Andrew Martina, and we decided on a neutral tone instead of the typical blue/purple hues. I added Swarovski crystals on the eyelashes, neutral tan eyelids with a little silvery shimmer, and a pinker blush on the cheeks as well as a fawn lipstick.
Denice Drost is a stylist in Sherman, TX who specializes in transforming dry, damaged hair into gorgeously shiny, healthy locks. Recently, Denice helped a client with extremely damaged ends and about 8 inches of outgrowth revamp her look while maintaining the length and color of the client's hair.Says Denice, "[The client] told me she wore [her hair] up every day in a bun… She asked me for a look that would transform her appearance, but with the stipulations that I not take too much off the overall length and that she had to stay blonde."
Can't decide on a hairstyle to rock while ringing in 2014? Check out these holiday 'do's by Academy Award winning stylist Mitch Stone for a little inspiration. Mitch works with celebrities including J-Lo, Kristin Davis, Kyra Sedgwick, Alyssa Milano, Nina Dobrev and Morena Baccarin.
Flip through to find your favorite New Year's Eve hairstyle! [pagebreak] [pagebreak] [pagebreak] [pagebreak]
[Images courtesy of Mitch Stone]
Carol's Daughter haircare is hosting a video contest, open to all professional stylists, asking for your best hair tips and tricks. Whether you share your secret to the perfect, damage-free blowout, or dish on your flawless technique for creating smooth edges, you have the chance to win a year's worth of Carol's Daughter supplies, along with free advertising on the Carol's Daughter website and free social promotion.
Theorie haircare is encouraging stylists and salons from all over the country to submit images of their best holiday looks or styles for a chance to win a Grand Prize of 4 Theorie SAGA Flat Irons! The top 3 photos with the most votes will be automatically entered to win the grand prize. The first runner-up will receive the 4-N-One Curling System while the second runner-up will be awarded the Theorie Saga 3100 Hair Dryer.To be eligible, stylists must:1. "Like" Theorie Facebook page
We've all had those moments when we thought we rocked it! Our hair, our makeup and fashion style were nothing short of fabulous. We even took photos to preserve our perfection for posterity. But wait! Now we look back and cringe.
His dream was to emulate his idols by styling hair for magazines, but after spending five years in Paris as a session stylist, Mark Garrison realized that he simply missed cutting hair.
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The season of giving thanks is officially upon us, and stylists have so much to be thankful for! In honor of the upcoming holidays, we asked what you, as a stylist, were most grateful for - and received an array of heartwarming replies. Click through to see 8 things that all stylists are thankful for, year-round! [pagebreak]1. Their Clients
During the winter months, wearing a hat can be not only a fun fashion statement, but also a necessity as the temperatures drop. The only downside? Hat hair.First, lets talk about your hat. Like your best clothes, your hats should be made of great all-natural fibers such as wool or cotton. Synthetic fabrics cause more static and don’t breathe, causing your head to perspire. Quick tip: Rub the inside of your hat with a dryer sheet to prevent static.