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Short Hills, one of the wealthiest zipcodes in the nation, is now a little closer to glamour cousin Beverly Hills, now that José Eber’s first East Coast salon has come to town. The theme of Eber’s salon opening event was “Beverly Hills in Short Hills,” Beverly Hills being where Eber’s flagship is. This is José Eber’s first foray into the East Coast and the residents of New Jersey were there to welcome him in droves, with over 400 guests attending.

Healthy nail brand NUBAR has released its second nail color to honor the birth of England's newest royal, Charlotte Elizabeth Diana Windsor. Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Cambridge now has a sparkly hue devoted just to her: a soft, powder pink with hot pink sparkles, labeled ROYAL CHARLOTTE PINK. The limited-edition, non-toxic color sells for $5 at Bynubar.com and is available in a mini size.  

Actress Emily Blunt looked positively stunning at the photo call for her film Sicario at this year's Cannes Film Festival. Her classic red lip was modernized by a subtle hint of orange, and paired with a shimmery wash of bronzed eyeshadow for the perfect day-to-night summertime look.Get the Look:

Fundraising and fingertips are coming together to support a good cause on Tuesday, June 2, at Bellus Academy campuses in Poway, National City, and El Cajon. Throughout the day, Bellus Academy students will celebrate Cancer Survivor Beauty and Support Day by polishing the nails of cancer fighters, survivors, friends and family members in a “lilac survivor” shade. In addition, Bellus Academy will donate 25% of proceeds from all of its salon services including hair, esthetics, and massage to the Cancer Survivor Beauty and Support Day Foundation.

Hairstylist Margarita Ford recently helped her client transform faded, grown-out color into this gorgeous, fiery red. Below, Margarita shares the steps she took to create the look. Before

Haircut Tutorial: The Ruby 70's Cut
The Ruby from the Modern Heritage Sam Villa Collection is a haircut that embraces the essence of the 70's, with short detached surface layers and extended perimeter lengths. Think free-spirited rock and roll infused with multiple identities to add value. Andrew Carruthers, Education Director for Sam Villa shares tips for achieving the look: 

Kyle Locklin, stylist at Aurelio Salon (Howell and Toms River, NJ), had a client who wanted a "rooty" ombré.  “She was a level 6 with level 7 and 8 highlights, but her natural base level was a 5. She wanted minimal upkeep, so I though about the colors in a Monarch Butterfly and it inspired me,” says Locklin. Get the steps to recreate this color, below.Formulas:

When it comes to the beauty industry innovation and education are both key to staying on top of the skin care game.

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