Recreate your favorite celebrity looks from the 87th Annual Academy Awards! Get red carpet how-to's straight from celebrity stylists - from glamorous hairstyles, to pretty makeup looks, to perfectly polished nails - and give your clients the star treatment in the salon. Click the celebrity names below to see each how-to, or browse the looks by clicking through the slideshow!Hair
On Hollywood’s biggest night, it’s no surprise that the starlets in attendance opted for beautifully timeless hairstyles over riskier trendsetting looks. From chic chignons to bombshell waves, the common thread was classic Hollywood glamour. PRAVANA Global Creative Advisor Sherri Jessee shares how to recreate 3 top trends of the evening.
1. BOBS AND LOBS
Celebrity groomer Diana Schmidtke, who styled Leading Actor Nominee Michael Keaton, shares the inside scoop on his look. She also weighs in on the other men in the category:
Where does a celebrated fashion designer renowned for a love of luxury, opulent embroidery and exquisite beading go for inspiration? For Reem Acra, to design her spectacular Fall 2015 collection she went to her secret place: the world of her boundless imagination, where she found the Modern Gypsy.
Matrix heated up the frigid New York City night with Thursday’s sizzling sneak peek of the company’s latest offerings: Biolage Cleansing Conditioner, which launched in salons this month, and Matrix Style Link, debuting in April.
Lead stylist Kevin Ryan used GO24⋅7 Grooming products to create a roughed-up, texturized hair look to complement Baja East's AW 2015 presentation at New York Fashion Week. Said Ryan, "For the Baja East AW15 show, we wanted to create a look that reflected the raw, natural attitude of each model’s hair. The result was a creation that walks a fine line between the dapper gentleman and the grunge guy." Get the Look:
Redken Global Creative Director Guido created a look that combined elegance with ease for the runway at Oscar de la Renta’s Fall/Winter 2015 show. To put a modern touch on the classic French twist, Guido raked the hair back with his fingers, leaving comb marks, and then added shine with Redken’s Forceful 23 super strength hairspray and Diamond Oil High Shine Airy Mist.
Mari Shten for ARDENCY INN created a striking makeup look to complement Moskov's AW 2015 collection, presented at New York Fashion Week. Said Shten, “The look was inspired by traditional Japanese beauty: washed-out face and bright eyeliner. I transformed it into a more modern and young look with a Victorian twist – which is what inspired the designer to create this collection. I chose ARDENCY INN’s dark blue eyeliner for the boxed shaped liner to complement the blues that Christine was using in her fabric prints.”
Mahasin Phillips for INGLOT Cosmetics created the makeup look for DEGEN's AW2015 presentation at New York Fashion Week. Said Phillips, “The inspiration for the makeup look was inspired to complement the collection with the idea of non-traditional beauty makeup, incorporating abstract loops and swirls that mimicked the designs in the collection. We wanted the look to be beautiful, clean and technically structured… yet incomplete, going against industry standards.”
Cuccio Colour wrapped up its second New York Fashion Week with the LaQuan Smith presentation on Wednesday. Named one of Forbes "30 Under 30," Smith's collection was an array of textures and eye popping brights and his Fall/Winter 2015 collection was highlighted in the New York Times within hours of its debut.