Hair stylist Yann Varin created the intricate chignons backstage at Oscar de la Renta using L'Oréal Professionnel products. The overall effect was both elegant and chic.Get the Look:1. Divide hair into 3 sections, one on each side and a thicker one in the middle.2. Take the middle section and pull into a very low ponytail, then secure. 3. Wrap the side sections around the ponytail to create a weaving effect.
Chief stylist Jorge Joao knew from a young age he had a knack for doing hair. He started cutting his friends' hair in his parents' garage, and now he does the models for Toronto World Mastercard Fashion Week.
Hair stylist Akemi Tamaribuchi for Kérastase created a gorgeous, intricate up-do for Marchesa's presentation at Spring 2015 Bridal Fashion Week. The braided look is perfect for any hopelessly romantic bride-to-be!Knotted Up-Do:1. Apply a quarter size of Ciment Thérmique to clean, dry hair. Afterwards, layer a generous amount of Mousse Bouffante and Spray-À-Porter into sections for even distribution.
Hair stylists Nina Dimachki and Akemi Tamaribuchi for Kérastase created a classic, beautiful French twist for the Carolina Herrera Spring 2015 presentation at Bridal Fashion Week. See the steps below to recreate the elegant style for your clients on their way to the alter!Prep:1. Apply a quarter size of Ciment Thérmique from mid-lengths to ends on clean, dry hair. Layer a generous amount of Mousse Bouffante, sectioning the hair during application for even distribution.
Inspired by a recent trip to Bulgaria, the stunning The Serpent & The Swan Collection, presented at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia (MBFWA), infuses a mixed metal color palette with the ancient rituals and symbols of Eastern Europe. O&M Creative Director Janelle Chaplin created a helmet-like shape teamed up with sharp, hard partings to complement the collection.
Show off your passion by accessorizing with fun and unique jewelry! We searched for some eye-catching and clever hairstylist inspired pieces. Whether you are looking for a special gift or can't resist doing a little shopping for yourself, here are three designers you must check out! [pagebreak]LOR G JEWEllERY
When you think of garbage bags, used hair color tubes, old soda cans and bottle caps, the first thing that may come to mind is rubbish. At the Aveda Green Carpet Catwalk for Water Trashion Show in New York, however, this so-called junk made a splash down the runway. To kick off Earth Month and to raise money for Clean Ocean Action, Aveda selected local salons from New York and New Jersey and Aveda Institute students to create the looks, from the duds to the dos to the makeup.
At Paris Fashion Week, Redken Creative Consultant Guido drew inspiration from classic '70s film stars that really epitomized effortless beauty. In order to create a similar feel for Hermes, Guido used two key blowdry products before twisting the hair to one side for an elegant finish. Hairsprays were left aside so that the hair remained soft and easy.
At Paris Fashion Week, Redken Creative Consultant Guido created a slightly boyish design for Miu Miu's fall/winter 2014 show, which relied solely on satinwear 02 prepping blow-dry lotion. Guido demonstrated that it doesn't take much to create a runway worthy style when you have the right design and product in mind.