This exclusive collection from Steve Elias offers a contemporary twist on classic haircuts, from the bob to the shag. Flip through below to see more photos from the collection or read about the styles in the Beauty Launchpad July Digital Edition!
Photographer: Will Taylor; Makeup: Sherrie Long
At the recent Chanel Haute Couture show at Paris Fashion Week, actress Kristen Stewart stepped out, debuting a new, short crop. The dramatic, asymmetrical style includes piecey layers and fiery red ends which the Clouds of Sils Maria star wore causally tossed to one side. With a little natural wave, grown-out roots, and a slightly feathered feel, the new look is the perfect mix of casual and rocker-chic![Image: Dominique Charriau via Getty Images]
In the Beauty Launchpad July issue, we shared inspiring stories of five fearsome industry couples. Each week we will bring you a video where the dynamic beauty duos share secrets to their success! Find out how Gerd Hoher and Lulu Bryant from Carlton Hair/arteasecolors first met!
This weekend everyone was sporting their best red, white, and BLUE looks, but Nicole Richie and Lance Bass took it to another level by showing off bright, new shades of blue locks by PRAVANA ChromaSilk VIVIDS.
The new take on the grit of a grungy '90s hair staple? Oribe Lead Hairstylist Rutger makes it chic.by Karie L. FrostGrunge's first pass in the '90s didn't include a drop of glamor; take Hole front woman Courtney Love, who ruled in sweat-laden, drab stains and days-old makeup. But the trend's revival on the Rebecca Taylor runway is what Oribe Lead Hairstylist Rutger is coining "grungy chic."
With the highest attendance to date, Scruples hosted another successful Training For Tomorrow on June 21-24, 2014 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The three-day Scruples Academy program introduces attendees to Scruples' product portfolio, live model demonstrations, and hands-on training. Training For Tomorrow gives attendees an inside look at who Scruples is and its commitment to empower hair professionals with smart solutions to exceed customer expectations.
by José Buitron, Celebrity Stylist and Owner of Jose Luis SalonMany people love the summer season, but they do not realize that sun and chlorine exposure can be very damaging to their hair. I’d like to offer some easy tips you can employ that will help your clients combat this problem.
Blonde hair isn't just for summer anymore. Pale versions of the popular hue look beautiful for men or women when offset by darker fall fashions. Creating dimensional blondes is a specialty at Di Rosa Haircare New York. Owner Rosa Hawkins uses a combination and placement of tones to enhance movement and texture in cuts.
Summertime means more sunshine and longer days, and more time spent outside at the pool, at the beach, or at a summer barbecue. However, all of this time spent outdoors in the heat and humidity can lead to some hair troubles. Sam Villa, Founding Partner of Sam Villa and Redken Education Artistic Director, suggests advising clients to switch up their hair care rituals with the seasons. In the summer, protecting hair from the sun, water, chlorine and salt is a full time job while trying to look chic on the beach and poolside.