As part of a unique hair education experience in Southern California, Sweis Professional Salon & Spa Products and evo launched new collection “Does Not Contain 2.0” and Fabuloso Pro, a new color refresh and customized retail system, presented by Leonard Newton, evo creative director and hair guru. Leonard introduced 180 salon professionals and 31 Sweis sales representatives to 7 models – 4 with versatile styling looks and 3 fabuloso models with fresh hair color.
Eufora guest artist Hidenori Nishimura dreams up surreal "BRAIDART" creations! Hidenori's unique braid techniques have been seen at fashion and hair shows as well as high profile photo shoots.
Lead stylist Duffy for Oribe Hair Care created a young and effortless look for Custo Barcelona’s Spring/Summer 2014 show. Custo Barcelona sent models down the runway in their signature style, bold and colorful prints, but with a tribal flair and in a pastel color palette.“This collection is very wearable, so I wanted to create a hair look that is relatable but with a little edge,” said Duffy, who created a highly texturized bun with a twist for the show. “There are also elements of ‘90s grunge in this look, which is all about texture.”
Backstage at Jeremy Laing, Oribe Educator Ramona Eschbach and her team created naturally textured hair that was sewn in the back with elastic string. "Jeremy always likes the hair to be natural, nothing too contrived or overdone. We wanted to create a small flat head shape with a beachy grungy texture for spring."
Learn how to get the look by clicking through!
Calla took a trip to the beach this season, reinventing her normally ultra feminine and flirty look with elements of grunge and surf culture. "Calla was really inspired by old issues of Sassy magazine from the '90s for this collection. She's also introducing bathing suits this season, so she really wanted to have a beachy texture to the hair, but nothing that was too perfect," said lead hairstylist and Oribe educator Ramona Eschbach.
For Patrik Ervell's Spring/Summer 2014 runway show, lead hairstylist Holli Smith designed a look with Oribe that can only be described as a new wave greaser. With a collection heavily inspired by water, Holli created a style reminiscent of choppy waves on a rough sea.
From punk influenced street style to the more traditional, Eufora's Japanese team presents colorful and creative hairstyles that will take your breath away. Check out the stunning photos from the presentation at Eufora's Global Connection 2013!
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Artist: Diadema | Salon: Diadema Hair Fashion
Photography: Stefano Bidini | Makeup: Mencattelli per "2001 Milano"
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Step 1: Comb hair down to shoulder blades and point cut with shears.
Linh Nguyen for Cutler/Redken Salon created two different yet complimentary hairstyles for Marissa Webb Spring/Summer 2014, capturing the effortlessly chic rocker girl look with both.
"Inspiration stemmed from today’s trendy half shaved head and (what I imagined) a modern day Amy Winehouse should look like, as well as playing with and developed a lot of texture. Basically, she’s the fun, cool (but nice!) downtown girl everyone wants to hang out with!”
Read on for a step-by-step on how to create the updo!→
At Katya Leonovich's Spring/Summer 2014 fashion show at The Studio at Lincoln Center, lead hairstylist Moiz Alladina aimed to reinvent the classic pompadour.
"Her clothes have a bit of an edge, so we wanted the hair to reflect that," said Moz. The structural style combines two classic looks into one fresh new updo: the pompadour in the front morphs into a faux bob in the back.
The look was finished by a few free-flowing pieces in the front pulled across the face to soften the look.
Read on to see how he created the look!