Portfolio: The Whisper Collection by Scruples
The Whisper Collection is all about getting lost in beautiful, translucent color. Wearable haircuts magnified with soft, sexy texture perfectly enhance the layered color placement. From the calico gold, which lightens the natural texture of a shaggy bob, to a burnished auburn overlaid with warm, sultry reds and browns flowing through voluptuous shoulder length layers, to a mesmerizing mirrored ombre with a loose braided set, The Whisper Collection highlights beauty at its finest.

Hair Products: The Color Shift by Paul Mitchell
When it comes to hair color, a small change can make a big impact. With this in mind, Paul Mitchell recently announced the launch of The Color Shift, a series of four new professional hair color kits designed to help stylists master the art of subtle, client-friendly color changes. Each kit is focused on one of the company's four Paul Mitchell Professional Hair Color lines, and offers free shades and educational materials featuring new formulations and techniques.

Hair News: L'Oréal Professionnel Announces Kirsten Dunst as First International
L'Oréal Professionnel recently announced that actress Kirsten Dunst will be serving as the brand's very first international spokesperson. In addition, Dunst will serve as the face of new, upcoming product launches in the United States, including Beach Waves and Absolut Repair Lipidium, available in salons in 2014.

Guest Blog: What's Buzzing on Social Media
When we were young our parents were forever telling us not to talk to strangers. With the advent of social networking it seems that that's all youngsters ever do these days. We’re not talking about creepy chat rooms, we’re talking about the popularity of blogging and micro-blogging, which is (maybe?) a bit more acceptable. Of late, it’s mostly Tumblr that’s got the kids excited, with news half way through 2013 that they were abandoning Facebook and, to a lesser degree, Twitter in droves in favor of the blogging platform.

Celebrity Hairstyles: The Many Looks of Christina Hendricks
2014 is sure to be a big year for actress Christina Hendricks. The "Mad Men" star, who has played small parts in several movies in the past, has six upcoming films in the new year, including two book-to-movie adaptations and a starring role alongside Philip Seymour Hoffman.In honor of Hendricks' busy upcoming year, we've compiled some of her most gorgeous hair looks over the years, from youthful and fun to stunningly sophisticated. Click through to see which looks made the cut! [pagebreak]

Hair Trends: The Most Popular Hairstyles of 2013
2013 was a year of changing hairstyles. While some favorite looks persevered, new, fun hairstyles dominated Hollywood and the streets alike. Take a look back at some of the most requested hairstyles, cuts and colors of the past year! [pagebreak] 1. Ombré "Ombré, ombré and more ombré. Whether it be natural or funkier colors everyone wanted the look!" -Chae-Lynn S. [Image credit: Melissa Toogood via Getty Images] [pagebreak]

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Miguel Garcia, owner of La Niña Bonita in Gijon, Spain shares styles from the X-PRESION Master Class. Flip through to see the inventive styles! [pagebreak] [pagebreak] [pagebreak] [pagebreak]

Celebrity Hairstyles: Kelly Osbourne's New Bob
Kelly Osbourne is known for her signature lilac colored hair, but now the Fashion Police star has decided to change things up with a chic, shorter 'do. Kelly recently posted a photo of her new look and her long-time stylist who performed the cute cut to Instagram asking her followers "What do you think?" Kelly fans expressed their love of the fashionable new style that involved thick fringe and a square-cut bob.

Hair Through History: 11 Trendy Hairstyles of the 1990's
The 1990's, much like the Eighties, was a decade that was strongly characterized by materialism and consumerism. However, this capitalistic mentality took on new forms as new technology, such as cable television and the internet, began to emerge and grow. A strong sense of multiculturalism dominated the Nineties, and new movements like grunge, hip hop and the rave scene spread.

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