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Achieving financial independence through entrepreneurship and vocational skill-set training was Founder and Chief Visionary, Dermalogica and The International Dermal Institute, Jane Wurwand’s platform to inspire a packed house of more than 1,200 participants at the half-day Status of Women conference hosted by Mount Saint Mary’s University at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles.

Get Britt Robertson's Double Top Knot from the Tomorrowland Premiere
TONI&GUY Celebrity Stylist Christian Wood created a sculptural, double top knot for Tomorrowland star Britt Robertson for the film's premiere at Disneyland. How to get the look:

Age is only a number and genuinely has nothing to do with how short or long a woman should wear her hair. That’s why there is nothing more powerful than an impactful guest consultation to find out concerns about style and length and address the perception of wearing hair a certain way at a certain age. Sam Villa, Founding Partner of Sam Villa and Redken Education Artistic Director, and Andrew Carruthers, Director of Education for Sam Villa, demonstrate:

Hairline Detail
Sam Villa ArTeam member, David Boyd, refers to the hairline as the frame for the masterpiece. I love that statement because it puts in perspective the importance a refined hairline plays in a beautiful design. This is a complicated task as the hairline is where those little monsters called cowlicks meet with uneven density and other irregular growth patterns. Let’s explore some of the perspectives and techniques involved with creating an excellent frame for our haircuts.

Affinage Road Show with Tracey Devine Smith
Tracey Devine Smith, global ambassador for Affinage Salon Professional, is coming to the US next month for a week-long educational road show in three states. Beginning June 8 in New Orleans, then coming to Southern California on June 10 before wrapping in Virginia on June 15, Smith will debut new looks and new products from the brand.

On May 3, Beauty Launchpad joined Paul Mitchell Schools at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills to celebrate fundraising for charity at the annual FunRaising Gala. The event, hosted by Winn Claybaugh and Pauley Perrette, raised a total of $1,769,150.64 (updated amount) for 11 amazing charities. Special celebrity guests Fran Drescher, Magic Johnson, Marie Osmond, Gary Sinise, Kathy Buckley and Leeza Gibbons joined John Paul DeJoria and the Paul Mitchell family to help raise awareness for for causes close to their hearts.

Janet Jackson looked gorgeous during her recent appearance at Giorgio Armani's 40th Anniversary Dinner. Wearing all black (even a beanie!) and long, cascading waves, the pop star showcased effortless beauty. Below, her hairstylist Janet Zeitoun shares how to recreate the look for your clients.Get the Look:1. Start with fresh, wet hair that has been thoroughly moisturized. Co-washing with SOTAH Conditioning Shampoo offers a clean base for the style to be created.

At the recent Spring/Summer 2016 Bridal Fashion Week, three top designers, Carolina Herrera, Jenny Packham, and Naeem Khan, chose soft, pretty shades from essie's new bridal collection to complement their looks. Get the steps you need to recreate each bridal look below!Feminine Beauty at Carolina Herrera

Curly hair may be a red carpet staple in Hollywood, but every A-lister knows that straight, sleek strands can be inimitably chic. Whether they're worn simple and loose, pulled back into a sleek ponytail, or down in flirty layers, straight locks are both laid back and pulled together all at once.Click through to see our list of 10 chic straight hair looks from the red carpet! [pagebreak]1. Reese Witherspoon

Orlando, FL based stylist Neal Malek recently created this gorgeous, multi-dimensional hair color for his client. Says Neal, "I call this technique a 'marbled ombré' because it gives a marbled look through the transitions of the colors. There are 3-4 colors used in this technique, including the base, and I love to use it when I'm using vibrant colors!" Recreate the look with Neal's how-to, below!Get the Look:

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