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Colorist Kristin Pellegrino of Salon Head Candy in Cherry Hill, NJ, recently created this bright, bold purple ombre hair color for her client. Using the balayage technique, Pellegrino blended the rich color beautifully together for a vibrant, gorgeous result.Get the Look:1. Pellegrino added balayage highlights with Wella Blondor and 20 Vol., taking diagonal sections in a "V" shape from the nape to crown, and in the front, diagonally, in the parietal from the ear to the fringe.

Celebrity hairstylist Brian Fisher recently worked with actress, Tessa Thompson for The Wall Group’s West Coast celebration of The Thick on Wednesday, November 19th in West Hollywood, CA. Says Fisher, “We went for an un-done version of the soon-becoming classic Hollywood bob, which paired well with Tessa's clean white dress and moto jacket."Get the Look:

Jet, a stylist at New York-based Anthony DeFranco Salon and Spa, recently created this intricate, yet surprisingly simple, braided bun up-do for a client. The versatile style works for guests on their way to a formal holiday party, a casual brunch with friends, or simply running errands around town. See the steps to recreate this fun look, below!Get the Look:

Winter is one of the harshest seasons for skin. Extreme cold, icy winds, and the use of heaters indoors can all lead to itchy, dry, irritated skin. To combat these less-than-beautiful winter side effects, check out these 5 tips for winterizing your skin from Danne Montague-King, Founder of DMK Skincare, and pass them along to your clients, for gorgeous, glowing skin all season long!

West Hollywood Design District's retrospective exhibit, "Decades of Design" at the West Hollywood Library, features renowned hair colorist Marco Pelusi of Marco Pelusi Hair Studio on Robertson. Through February 2015, the gallery will shine a light on the district's interior designers, architects, fashion designers, and stylists, like Pelusi, who commented, "It has been my destiny to be here in the West Hollywood Design District, among the most globally recognized talent in the world, where we offer products and services that simply cannot be duplicated.

by Jill Marcordes, Executive Director of Cosmetology & Nail Technology at Tricoci University of Beauty Culture“How often should I wash my hair?” is a popular client question. This is one of my favorite subjects when talking to our students and guest. Here’s my advice: 1. Consider Your Hair Type

Image: Don Arnold/Getty Images People magazine has announced its latest Sexiest Man Alive: actor Chris Hemsworth. The star, who's made a name for himself as the muscular, hammer-wielding Thor in Marvel Studios' Thor and The Avengers, has also been known to sport an array of different hairstyles, from long and flowing, to classic and cropped, to sun-kissed and 1990s-esque.Click through to see some of the Sexiest Man Alive's sexiest hairstyles! [pagebreak]

It's time to be inspired! Don't miss the 2014 Wella International TrendVision Awards, broadcast live online from Monaco, Sunday, November 23, 2014 at 8AM EST/5AM PST.Experience the astounding craftsmanship and creativity of the Wella International TrendVision Competition. NA TVA Gold Winners will take the stage in Monaco to celebrate creativity and color in new, inspiring ways. Show your support by voting for your favorite competitor in each category for the People's Choice award!

Angela Bozman, creative color specialist at Glam Salon in Delmar, Delaware, recently created this fun, multi-colored ombre look for her client. Wanting to avoid as much damage to her guest's hair as possible, Bozman kept her base color at the top and simply added color over the top, resulting in rich, vibrant color and healthy-looking strands. Below, Bozman shares her steps for achieving this look!Get the Look:

Hollywood loaned out one of its hottest stylists last month, when Matrix Celebrity Stylist George Papanikolas took an evening off from coloring clients like Kim and Khloe Kardashian, Miranda Kerr and Minka Kelly and took the stage for an evening of hair color education. Originally planned as an intimate look and learn for 40, the class sold out in less than 48 hours, prompting organizers to move to a larger venue to accommodate the 300+ hairstylists who begged to attend.

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