derma e®, one of the leading pioneers of vitamin-rich, high-performance antioxidant skincare solutions, announced today that Natural Solutions Magazine honored the derma e® Skin, Hair and Nail Oil with the Best Body Oil of 2013 in its 5th Annual Beauty with a Conscience Awards. Selected by the publication’s editorial team as well as health writers and experts, the Skin, Hair and Nail Oil was chosen because of its unique blend of 100% plant oils (organic Argan and Jojoba plus Kukui oils) that provide multiple beauty benefits in an eco-conscientious way.
Hair stylist Misty Hosni drew inspiration from "Pulp Fiction," Mod beauty, and Michelle Pfeiffer for a recent photo shoot. The end result is a bright, pastel-glam look that is both fun and gorgeous.Flip through to see more from the pastel-glam photo shoot! [pagebreak]
For the Stella McCartney Autumn 2014 presentation in New York City, Aveda Global Creative Director Antoinette Beenders drew inspiration from Stella's older sister's love of the London first generation punk scene to create a "soft, model-off-duty look with a bit of an edge."
Detroit-based hair stylist Donna "WinkWink" Flacks was inspired by the neutral tones of winter to create this Snow Queen look. Says Donna, "I came up with this idea for a snow queen because of all the beautiful snow winter brings. I talked with my good friend and wardrobe designer for this shoot, Andrew Martina, and we decided on a neutral tone instead of the typical blue/purple hues. I added Swarovski crystals on the eyelashes, neutral tan eyelids with a little silvery shimmer, and a pinker blush on the cheeks as well as a fawn lipstick.
ColorProof Evolved Color Care elevated a group of Level 1 Envoy Artists to the next level, Artistic Specialist, at an inspirational 2-Day training program held at the Atrium Hotel in Irvine, CA on January 12th and 13th. ColorProof Artistic Specialists serve as ambassadors for the Brand and perform a critical role in supporting ColorProof at shows, events and in salon classes.
International creative director and celebrity hair stylist Pasquale Caselle created “Power Red” to embrace the strength, love and emotion in the color red signifies.To Ahieve Power Red:1. Anastasia’s natural hair color is a level 5 so Pasquale mixed equal parts IT&LY’s Aquarly 7RF (Flaming Red Medium Blonde) and 7R (Medium Copper Blonde) applying first to the root area. While processing, he began slicing using IT&LY’s tube bleach Blondly mixed with 30 volume developer lifting the hair to a pale yellow.
2014 is all about revolution; it’s about hairdressers embracing change by saying and doing things differently. This year, I’m focusing on helping stylists take back their chairs by communicating differently. Saying the same old things over and over yields the same old results, but approaching conversations in new ways with innovate new words catches attention, creates excitement and starts conversations.
For Kate Beckinsale's 2014 Golden Globe Awards look, celebrity stylist Sascha Breuer was inspired to create an edgier, "punk-inspired diva look that's a bit different from her usual soft, flowing waves." The result was a beautifully undone up-do that perfectly complemented the star's stunning gown.Get the Look:
It's safe to say that the ombré trend isn't going anywhere. As celebrities and clients alike continue to request the popular style, ombré has evolved into a multitude of different hues and varying looks from natural-looking to bright and colorful. However, beautiful ombré can only be achieved by starting with the basics. Here, hair stylist Lisa Demeulemeester provides some tips on perfecting your ombré technique in order to create stunningly gorgeous results for your clients.
At the 2014 Golden Globe Awards, "Masters of Sex" star Caitlin Fitzgerald stepped out on the red carpet sporting gorgeous, relaxed blonde waves. Inspired by her vintage yet contemporary gown, celebrity stylist Luke Chamberlin aimed to recreate the same feeling in Fitzgerald's hair. Says Chamberlin, "I envisioned a modernized version of Lauren Bacall."Get the Look: