Though fads go in and out of fashion, true beauty never goes out of style. Such was the inspiration behind Modern Moments, celeb stylist Dean Banowetz’s exclusive collection for Launchpad. “I love creating styles for professional magazines that a client would want to, and could, wear,” Banowetz beams. “The looks in this collection are each inspired by a different time period—the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s. They’re just so consumer friendly and sexy!” —Amy Dodds
Spornette is throwing their first ever video contest! Send in a video showing how you use Spornette brushes to create beautiful looks to email@example.com. The video should be no longer than five minutes. Make sure to mention where you got your brush and which brush you are using. The winning video will be featured on the Spornette Facebook page and YouTube channel! Submit videos by January 31, 2012. Visit Spornette for more details!
Art Director: Fabio Messina
Photography: Andrea Rainoldi
Makeup: Cristina Marzo per 2001 Milano
Stylist: Chiara Tubia
Three stars stood out at the 2012 Golden Globes, declares Joico Celebrity Colorist George Papanikolas: Salma Hayek’s Dramatic Ombré“I loved the way this modern ombre effect contrasted with Salma Hayak’s Hollywood bombshell waves,” says Papanikolas. To get the look, create a rich brown base, then backcomb horizontal sections and create foil highlights in the non-backcombed sections. After processing, tone with a light brown demi-permanent shade.Formulas:
At Jenny Packham smooth, beautiful blowouts were created with Solano. Get the look with the below step-by-step process by Leonardo Manetti.1) Start out by separating hair into sections and blow drying with the Solano 3700 Moda Dryer ($220) which uses tourmaline, ionic, and far-infrared technology to increase shine and overall hair health. Manetti recommended, “As you blow dry each section marry pieces together for a sleek and smooth look.”
This Editors' Online Pick is from Deborah Margaret Crawford of The Hair Circuit Colour Design & Studio! This shot beautifully illustrates how important it is to factor in skin tone when applying color.
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Mara Roszak, achieved Emma’s stylish red carpet ready look with Matrix products.
[Images: Reese Witherspoon by Jeff Vespa/WireImage; Charlize Theron by AFP; Paula Patton by Michael Tran/FilmMagic; Zooey Deschanel by Jason Merritt Getty Images Entertainment; Emma Stone by Jeff Vespa/WireImage]
Who wore your favorite hair and makeup look at the 2012 Golden Globe Awards?
Stylists Robert Steinken and Enzo Angileri created glamorous looks on Paula Patton and Charlize Theron with Moroccanoil:
Wella Professionals share their 2012 Golden Globe Awards techniques: