Hair stylist Anna Cantu was inspired by actress Kerry Washington's classic half-up, half-down hairstyle as seen at the recent 86th Annual Academy Awards. The look, which emphasized a waterfall of cascading curls, was both sophisticated and glamorous. Click through for Cantu's steps for recreating the look.
1. Section hair starting from the left eyebrow point diagonally towards the right ear point. Pin away.
For a recent appearance on "The Talking Dead," stars of the hit show The Walking Dead Emily Kinney and Norman Reedus got glamorous with the help of celebrity stylist Sean James. While Kinney opted for a laid-back, romantic, side ponytail, Reedus was given an undone, rockstar-chic style. The stars live-tweeted their beautification, with hundreds of followers retweeting the final looks. Here, Sean James gives his tips for recreating each style.
Who should be crowned the ultimate “Glamour Queen”? A long list of celebrities may come to mind, but what about the 80 women who march to the sweat-inducing beat of the 90-minute-long Radio City Christmas Spectacular not once a day, but five to six times! On top of that, each high-kicking Rockette does her own hair and makeup; no stylists here.
In the spirit of National Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day on March 8, Dermalogica and its philanthropic arm FITE have set an exciting new fundraising goal to help economically empower 50,000 women entrepreneurs worldwide.
Wella Professionals recently announced the launch of its brand new, one-of-a-kind Color.id, a color additive used with permanent color that allows stylists to paint multiple colors, placed right next to each other, without the hues bleeding or smashing together. Traditional foils can be limiting and create a visual challenge, as they require stylists to focus more on individual hair strands as opposed to the whole picture.
Actress Viola Davis stepped out on the Oscars red carpet in a gorgeous, green, Escada gown and soft, glamourous waves that perfectly combined old Hollywood beauty with new, modern looks. Says Joico International Artistic Director Damien Carney, “The way these waves lift off of the face is very flattering. The look is glamorous and soft, informed by the past yet very up-to-date. This strapless Escada gown really says old Hollywood in a vibrant emerald green.”Get the Look:
At the recent 2014 Oscars, actress Jennifer Garner wore an elegant, shimmery gown and loose flowing waves. Joico International Artistic Director Damien Carney describes the look as "casual enough to wear with jeans, but polished enough for the red carpet. It’s fresh and youthful—very relaxed and natural, and works perfectly with the fringe on this silver tiered Oscar de la Renta. Features that could have gone very wrong, but in this case were done oh so right!"Get the Look:
Joico Celebrity Colorist Denis de Souza created a stunning, bombshell blonde hair color for actress Kate Hudson at the recent 2014 Academy Awards. Gushing over Hudson’s retro-glam look, De Souza says, “Kate is young and in great shape so she's showing a lot of her beautiful golden skin with that open back! This draped back goes so well with her hair color and the style. The off white, silky silver Atelier Versace gown makes her hair and skin color really pop!”Get the Look:
For the recent 86th Annual Academy Awards, Joico Celebrity Colorist Denis de Souza created a beautiful, rich brunette for Oscar nominee Sandra Bullock. Says De Souza, "The midnight blue gown Sandy has on, by Alexander McQueen, goes beautifully with her skin tone and her dark brown hair; the style of the hair shows her features even more and falls beautifully to one side as the gown drapes more to the other, which adds balance to an asymmetric design and creates a gorgeous overall look.”Get the Look:Natural Level: 4/5
L'Oréal Professionnel Artist Jason Backe re-created Ciara's beautiful, dark blonde hair color, as seen on the 2014 Grammys red carpet, using L'Oréal Professionnel hair color products. See the steps below to create the look for your client!
Step 1: Isolate side sections with a horizontal parting on each side of the parietal ridge.