Dominique DeFrancesco, Colorist from De La Mer Salon in Bellmore, NY, has seen her fair share of homemade "ombré" hair color. Created at home with box color, "do-it-yourself ombré" is rarely successful, but that doesn't stop many clients from trying. Below, check out DeFrancesco's list of tips she now shares with her guests on why doing their own color at home is a less than stellar idea.
One of the most prominent trends of 2015 so far is intentionally grey hair. From silver to steel, grey hair color is the perfect color for clients wishing for a little more edge. Colorist Keri Owsiak recently helped transform her guest from faded, grown-out lavender to a gorgeous, gunmetal grey. Below, she shares tips on recreating the look.Get the Look:
As demonstrated by celebrities such as Kylie Jenner, Zosia Mamet, and Rihanna, grey hair can be gorgeous. Colorist Iggy Popović recently helped a client achieve a cool, blueish-silver hair color that's equal parts edgy and stunning. Below, he shares his tips on recreating the look for your own guest.Get the Look:
According to Schwarzkopf Professional, blonde is so much more than just a hair color. Blonde is femininity, blonde is glamour, blonde is an attitude; but above all, blonde is iconic, and true iconic blondes can only be created by hairdressers with technical expertise and unlimited creativity.
Hollywood's biggest celebrities walked the red carpet looking simply stunning at the recent Critics' Choice Movie Awards in Los Angeles, CA. Get how-to's, straight from top celebrity stylists, to recreate the sophisticated looks!
No matter the hair color, the biggest Spring/Summer 2015 hair trend is all about lightening techniques to create or brighten natural tones. A-list stars, blonde and brunette alike, are bringing out their inner blonde while redheads are elevating their bold color to the next level. With a lengthy client roster of Hollywood starlets, Tracey Cunningham, Redken Celebrity Colorist shares her scoop on the blonding trend she is using on her own celebrity clients, and provides formulas to help you achieve these lightened and brightened looks on any client, no matter their natural shade.
The industry’s leading educators, stylists and colorists from around the world will gather in Las Vegas for Redken Symposium 2015 on January 25-27. Attracting nearly 10,000 beauty professionals ranging from novices to A-list celebrity colorists, the three day education event will cover everything related to the multi- billion dollar haircare industry and sneak peeks of the newest products, technologies and innovations that Redken has to offer.
Valentine's Day is just around the corner and love is in the air. Help your clients celebrate by creating these adorable French heart tips for your clients! Michelle Saunders explains how to get the look: 1. Apply a coat of first base base coat allowing each nail to dry.2. Layer 2 coats of ballet slippers on all 10 nails.3. Apply a coat of fiesta to the top half of the nail, closest to the tips, in the shape of 2 circles (like the tip of a heart).
“The Future is in Your Hands” is the tag line of the 2015 Redken Symposium, January 25-27 in Las Vegas, NV, and that future looks bright this year with new innovative products from Sam Villa.“The Redken Symposium is an ideal place to launch our new products, because thousands of stylists can see the Sam Villa team using the tools and then head to our booth to learn more about them," says Sam Villa, Founding Partner of Sam Villa and Redken Education Artistic Director. Sam Villa products are designed specifically for hairdressers for minimal effort with maximum results.