-by Lydia Sarfati, Repêchage CEO and Founder
-by Marylle KokenNaughty sistas with a charming side, this hairstyle will make you stand out in all the right ways.Say “hey, girl hey” to the strong bob, a look that’s perfect for flip-flopping from day to night, glam to edgy, flirty to mischievous. Any woman can pull off this look, meaning it’s translatable from trend to behind the chair.
-by Jim Yates, President of Nuts & BoltsMaking the grade as a new professional is never easy. Young people graduate from beauty school believing they can knock out a platform-ready look no problem, only to discover that the real world doesn’t work like that. Many find out the hard way that it takes more than a grounding in basic technical skills to become a fully rounded professional.
Lemme hear you roar, ladies. It’s time to tiptoe to the wild side, with a hint of color. For all of my darlings out there who don’t want to commit to a totally different color of their mane, this one’s for you.
Meet the “Expensive Boho,” this month’s trend I’m translating for all of you from the streets of Venice Beach, CA. This look is all about fusion between the color and cut, the “authentic” and “unnatural” hair color. Trust me, you’ll turn heads.
By Anthony Barnes-SmithHow did a working-class lad from Teesside, once destined to work in the shipyards, become one of the world’s top hairdressers and then go on to establish the award-winning Q Hair and Beauty in Chichester, one of the leading salons on the South Coast?
Like we say at the Harlot, trend-setting is combing upscale with naughty. And with that, it's time to shed your summer beach waves and head towards the lazy fringe. Don't worry my dear, I've got your back.Drawing inspiration from trends we see on the daily at the Harlot Salon in Venice, this trend brings edge to the forefront with color, shape and texture. Here's a look at what I mean:
by Robyn Atticks, Creator of Shear Miracle Salon Products
-by Sam Villa, Founding Partner of the Sam Villa brand and Education Artistic Director for Redken 5th Avenue; www.samvilla.com/pro/As stylists, we constantly look toward the future and the excitement of trends, yet I always find it interesting how some looks are timeless and still have a fresh feeling even 60 years later.