Celebrity hairstylist Laura Polko worked with American World Cup alpine skier Lindsey Vonn at the recent 2015 ESPY Awards in Los Angeles, CA. To complement Vonn's fiery red dress, Polko created a deep side part paired with sexy, sleek strands. Check out the how-to below to recreate the look for your own client!Get the Look:

During the first-ever Men's Fashion Week in NYC, Aveda Global Artistic Director for Hair Styling, Allen Ruiz, embraced natural texture at Public School's Spring 2016 show. “This is my fourth season with designers Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne. Each time their designs get more innovative which allows me to have that much more fun with styling the hair,” Ruiz said.

Created by hairstylists Dylan Johnson and Vinnie Morey, the latest collection from GO24.7 blends old and new with refreshing twists on classic men's styles. Says Morey, "[The collection] is an homage to traditional, classic barbering of the past with a nod to the future of men's grooming." Traditional tin type photography lends a touch of antiquity to the collection, while the styles themselves are decidedly contemporary.

Hairstylist Jaymz Marsters recently created this gorgeous blue-green haircolor for his client. Below, he shares his formula and technique so that you can recreate the mermaid-inspired look for your own guest!Get the Look:

Every colorist knows it's all but impossible to take a client from blackest-black haircolor to blonde in a single step, but that doesn't mean it can't be done with patience and proper care. Stylist Dustin Stone experienced this when a guest of his wanted to switch out her dark color for a chocolate-to-golden-blonde ombré. Over the course of four weeks, Dustin was able to help his client achieve the haircolor she wanted, all while maintaining the health and integrity of her locks.

For the recent premiere of Trainwreck, actress Brie Larson walked the red carpet in a gorgeous one-shoulder gown and chic, braided bun, created by celebrity stylist Ted Gibson. Says Gibson, "Brielicous!! I just made up a word because that’s exactly how this beautiful actress is. What a dream to work with her. I really enjoy time with Brie because she is funny, cool and is a great person for whom to do hair." Get Gibson's how-to for recreating this look, below!

Guest Blog: These Are a Few of My Favorite Things
I never considered hairdressing as a career choice until I saw my first hair show. My father took me. It was Vidal Sassoon and it ROCKED my world.  Many years have since past and I have learned so much – about people, myself, products, techniques and tools, so I wanted to share some of my favorite things with you.

Hairstylist Sean James created actress Carrie Fisher's look for her appearance at this year's Comic-Con in San Diego. Says Sean, "[Carrie] was so excited about the [Star Wars: The Force Awakens] panel and had story after story for Camille Clarke (makeup) and I and a few Star Wars insider notes - like that Star Wars was originally called “The Adventures of Luke Skywalker" - and other great stories about being on set.

Celebrated fashion designer, author and TV personality Whitney Port, has partnered with leading professional hair brand, Wella Professionals to launch the new EIMI styling collection and inspire and encourage her fans to express their individuality. Port announced the partnership earlier today on her Instagram saying “I am so thrilled to announce my official partnership with @WellaHairUSA! I see lots of good hair days coming my way ;) Stay tuned for more! #WellaxWhitney.”

Eyes are the windows to the soul, and whether that soul is a Bruce or a Caitlyn, the brows need to tell the story. Caitlyn Jenner has taken the world by storm, and her brows look gorgeous too! Below, Boom Boom, owner of Boom Boom Brow Bar, gives tips on how to transform brows from masculine to feminine.“When you’re adding a feminine touch to a face, start with a good arch to open the eye and frame features. Men's brows have a tendency to grow straight across, so adding that lift really softens the face,” explains Boom Boom.  

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