Celebrity hair stylist and Youthful8 – The Milania Collection artist David Antunes delivered great advice for fashionistas who want to keep their hair on trend this fall/winter.
The key to stylish hair this season, according to Antunes, is “versatility and flexibility of cuts that showcase healthy, shiny hair.” Cuts and styles must be able to go from sleek and straight to loose, romantic waves or curls and look fabulous either way. To be able to achieve these looks flawlessly, conditioning and protecting the hair is of paramount importance.
ProRituals by Jingles announced today several recent and upcoming changes to the professional salon line, including new products, new packaging, and a major focus on education. All changes reflect the brand’s motto: Inspired by Nature, Driven by Fashion. New products are launching this fall, with the rest of the packaging changes starting in 4th quarter 2013 and into 2014.
Hair by Guido, Redken Creative Consultant Redken Creative Consultant Guido continued to work with natural textures at Cavalli; however, he created a bit more style by using three key products to accentuate elements of shine and control. Once the hair was prepped to dry naturally with diamond oil shatterproof shine, Guido generously applied shine flash 02 glistening mist to flatten the top and boost shine from root to ends. To lock in the look, Guido finished with control addict 28 high hold hairspray.
It's officially fall – a time where the color scheme in our world changes completely. From the leaves to the hair on top of our very own heads, it's undoubtedly one of the most color-rich times of the year. Celebrity Colorist Michael Canalé, the man behind some of the most iconic hair in Hollywood (including Jennifer Aniston since the beginning of her career on “Friends”) has personalized tips for how to perfect and freshen your client's hue for the season ahead. FOR BLONDES:
The messy bun is feminine and edgy - and hot, hot, hot! Joi Rooks, KMS California Artistic Team Member and owner of fresche salon (Atlanta, GA), shows how to do it.
Nick Irwin, TIGI Global Creative Director, created this look based on Antipodium’s SS14 collection, which brings to life the phrase ‘"Attention Shoppers!"
At London Fashion Week, designer Mark Fast showcased a collection that was the celebration of the spirit of youth - woven from memories of late nights of dancing, hour long romances, and partying like it’s 1995. Models were gothic-chic muses with hair to match.
When creating the hair look for this season's Issey Miyake show, Eugene Souleiman, Global Creative Director for Wella Professionals, posed a very important question: "When is a mohawk not a mohawk?”While the mohawk is traditionally known for it's punk roots, Souleiman "wanted to create a look that was strong and tough but at the same time elegant and chic - something that utilized old hairdressing techniques but applied in a more contemporary way."
Stylist Sascha Breuer created a retro up do for Kate at the Qingdao Oriental Movie Metropolis Launch Ceremony in China. Here’s how to recreate the look:
Mad Men's leading ladies ruled the red carpet at the 2013 Emmy Awards with flattering, gorgeous hair colors. Joico Celebrity Spokesperson George Papanikolas loved Christina Hendricks' rosy golden hue, but also couldn't help but noticing January Jones' old Hollywood glamour blonde. “It’s bright, vibrant and glamorous!," said George.