Burning Leaf by Jennifer Correale
Last season, hairstylist Jennifer Correale of Di Rosa Haircare in New York helped an adventurous art major student achieve a gorgeous, rich hair color inspired by the changing colors of Autumn. Correale used a specific technique to create the effect of a burning leaf, and it was as magical as the season itself.Prior History: The guest had a prior ombré and was very unhappy with it, so when she went to Di Rosa Haircare she was ready for an extreme change to bring her hair back to life.Get the Look: Burning Leaf

Jennifer Aniston Debuts a Darker 'Do
Actress Jennifer Aniston, seen here with Jill Beraud at a Living Proof event, made headlines recently when she debuted her new, darker 'do on the set of an upcoming film. The star, who has made long, blonde locks her signature for years, sported a shoulder length, light mocha colored look - a shade that Aniston says is closer to her natural hair color. Although the change is for a film role, Aniston's darker locks are simply stunning![Image: Jamie McCarthy via Getty Images]

Risk taker Rumer Willis has done it again and has changed her locks to a radiant shade of pink orange. Danny Moon, PRAVANA Guest Artist and Celebrity Colorist at the Andy Lecompte Salon, used PRAVANA VIVIDS Orange as the base of Rumer’s color and PRAVANA VIVIDS Magenta through the ends for the ombre pink-orange feel. To keep color like Rumer’s looking healthy, apply NEVO Hydra Pearls after coloring to lock in moisture and repair strands.

Rihanna Wigs Out - Get the Color with PRAVANA
Rihanna decided to take the pastel plunge, following in the footsteps of other celebrities like Nicole Richie and Rumer Willis, at a recent Los Angeles Clippers game. Rihanna’s look may be temporary (a cropped wig for the evening), but you can copy her color on short or long hair with the recommended formula from Vadre Grigsby, Artistic Director at PRAVANA.

One Cut, Two Looks by Lori Panarello
Lori Panarello of I.d salon in New York is taking guests short and undercut for the spring/summer. The beauty of the cut is its versatility - it can be styled in multiple ways, depending on the client's mood. This serves as a walking advertisement for versatility and an icebreaker for starting a conversation about styling.

Interview: Giuliana and Bill Rancic, Hosts of NAHA 2014
Reality show stars, business professionals and beloved couple Giuliana and Bill Rancic will be hosting this year's North American Hairstyling Awards at the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas, NV. Below, read an exclusive interview with the couple where they discuss everything from their philanthropic ideology to parenting to, of course, beauty!1. ON GIVING BACK: 

Watch! How to Cut the Lob
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!

The Cross Layered Crop by Ruth Roche
Clients cutting their hair short for the first time typically have a few concerns about losing their length. Here, Artistic Ambassador for Pureology Serious Colour Care Ruth Roche gives her tips on creating a short look your client will love.

Tress legend Jim Markham knows a secret or two about success. From his rockin’ role as 60’s star stylist to that of CEO and founder of five iconic hair-care brands, the pioneer has never stopped pushing beauty industry boundaries. Here, he shares personal life anecdotes, plus highlights from an extraordinarily accomplished career, to help fellow stylists and budding entrepreneurs in search of pro advice. [pagebreak] Beauty Launchpad: How did you get started in the industry?

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