Take a behind-the-scenes look on the set of Neuma's photo shoot! Chad Law, Director of Education, and Jeffery Orrell, Senior Vice President, share the inspiration and bold message behind Neuma's hairstyle looks.
Diego Binetti described the Fall/Winter 2014 collection, "The LOVE," as having "a spirit that is Nomadic with a city-slicker vibe. LOVE collection is unapologetically street-inspired with a sophisticated bohemian flair."To compliment this collection, stylist Jenny Balding created a hair look with a naturally disheveled, rocknroll, effortless feel. "This is a woman who wouldn't spend much time on her hair, but looks effortlessly sexy and disheveled. Enhancing natural beauty was key for this look."
The fall 2014 Ruffian Collection drew inspiration from medieval textiles and painting with the bold, innovative and flamboyant silhouettes of the Glam Rock movement. The collection combined these elements with the juxtaposition of Opulence and Street, Aristocratic and Pop, and Earnest and Outrages for an overall luxe, sophisticated and cool array of looks.
Aveda Global Creative Director Antoinette Beenders and Aveda Global Artistic Director for Makeup Janelle Geason created gorgeous hair and makeup looks backstage at the Novis Fall/Winter 2014 presentation at New York Fashion Week.
Redken Creative Consultant Guido used Redken products, including Control Addict 28 Extra High-Hold Hairspray, to create a firm, helmet-like shape around the head at Alexander Wang's Fall/Winter 2014 presentation at New York Fashion Week. To further amplify the artificial quality of the look, Guido coated the hair with Shine Flash 02 Glistening Mist and had the makeup team color in the model's part. The head shape, rather than the ponytail, was the prominent style at Alexander Wang's show.
The hair look at the Helmut Lang, A/W 2014 show in New York was strict, sharp, simple and beautiful. Inspired by the abstract aerial prints of the lunar landscape that featured in the collection, stylist Eugene Souleiman took this space age theme and ran with it, creating a hair look that could take you from New York to the outer echelons of space. “I wanted to create a hair look that was technical and almost geological in feel, to complement the textures and patterns of the collection.
Designers Carly Cushnie and Michelle Ochs were "inspired by Western Romanticism combined with a city-slicking edge" when creating the Fall/Winter 2014 Cushnie et Ochs for New York Fashion Week.
While celebs commonly fill the front row seats and front of houses at many NYFW shows, they’re rarely seen backstage prepping to strut their stuff down the runways. But at the Go Red For Women/The Heart Truth Red Dress Collection fashion show, TV personalities, actresses, models, singers and athletes swarm the backstage area as they ready to go red and rock the runway to raise awareness for heart disease. Think: Bella Thorne; Ireland Baldwin; Lindsey Vonn; and Giada De Laurentiis to name a few.
Ponytails are back! David Antunes, celebrity stylist and Youthful8 – The Milania Collection Brand Ambassador praised the rebirth of the ponytail for Spring/Summer 2014. “This season ponytails are back with a vengeance” said Antunes. Seen all over the runways in New York, Milan and Paris, designers such as Valentino, Helmut Lang and Missoni have revamped the "girl-next-door" look, and brought back this sleek fashion statement. Antunes refers to this new look as a "MOD Ponytail," which is no longer just for schoolgirls or bad hair days.