Celebrity hair stylists Ray Salazar and Corey Chambers of Nelson j Salon in Beverly Hills foresee a lot of "off the shoulders" drama and glamour in hairstyles for the 2014 Academy Awards.
First popularized in the 1950's, the pixie cut has been a staple in women's hair ever since. Typically worn shorter on the sides and longer on top, the look has evolved over the years from soft and feminine, to choppy and punk, to smooth and sleek, and everywhere in between. Take a look back at the history of the pixie cut with our list of 10 of the best pixie haircuts of all time.
Editorial and celebrity hairstylist Giannandrea (The Wall Group), whose roster of clients include Natalie Dormer, Gwyneth Paltrow and Scarlett Johansson, wows us with Natalie Dormer’s sophisticated punk hairstyle for the 20th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards using Macadamia Natural Oil products.
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Color, light and form dance harmoniously in this collection from Serbian artist Milica Shishalica.
Inspired by the soft glow and delicate folds found in her husband’s lamp designs, Goldwell Serbia artist Milica Shishalica’s collection The Fifth Element recalls the vibrant haircolors in the 1997 movie of the same name, but makes them feel fresh and modern.
Scroll through the pages below to see all the images from the collection!
On the Spring/Summer 2014 fashion runways such as Bottega Veneta, Calvin Klein, Celine, Miu Miu and Nina Ricci, easy met elegance with an array of hairstyles that were simple, pretty and understated. From relaxed updos to flowing locks, to classic ponytails, these hairstyles were classically romantic. Redken Creative Consultant, Guido, gives pro tips for recreating these runway looks.
At the 2014 Screen Actors Guild Awards, celebrity hair stylist Jill Crosby used T3 products to give actress Julie Bowen a 70's-inspired hairstyle. With Hollywood icon Brigitte Bardot in mind, Crosby modernized the classic voluminous, disheveled ponytail by adding just a touch more polish.Get the Look:1. In order to create Bowen's look, Crosby began by blow drying the front of her hair using the T3 Evolution LongLife dryer with the T3 SoftTouch Diffuser and a 2” bristle round brush.
A blowout is one of the most basic salon services, but that doesn't mean it's easy.
In fact, it seems fewer and fewer salon professionals are feeling confident in this classic craft. Which begs the question, "What is the essence of the ultimate blowout?"
We couldn't nail it down for you in a concise paragraph, but we have tapped some of the best in the business to tell us their insider tips!
Take a look behind-the-scenes on a photo shoot with Adam Federico and Jeff Stump.
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Celebrity hair stylist Kerrie Urban created a "textured, fashion-inspired topknot" for Chloë Grace Moretz at the premiere of her film Laggies at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. The look was polished, youthful and fun.Get the Look:Says Urban, "I began by spraying her damp hair section by section with Leonor Greyl’s Voluforme for volume and lift and then blow dried with a large round brush.