Olivia Garden stole the spotlight behind the scenes at Erin Fetherston’s New York Fashion Week show, where preppy chic ruled. Celebrity stylist Brian C. Hawkins and his talented team used Olivia Garden’s best-selling Divine Wet Detangler DV-1, NanoThermic Thermal and NanoThermic Paddle brushes to create the sleek, polished looks that rocked the runway.
Veronica Beard's Fall/Winter 2014 collection was inspired y 1970's glamour with heavy references to David Bowie and the glam-rock movement. Julie Kandalec for essie created a layered nail look to compliment the designer’s retro-looking fabrics and flamboyant prints.essie Nail Products Used:ridge filling base coat"mink muffs""meet me at sunset""good to go" top coatGet the Look:1. Apply one coat of ridge filling base coat to clean, filed nails.
Lately, short hair in the form of long bobs, bobs and pixies has taken the spotlight in Hollywood and across the United States. Now, actress Paula Patton, wife of singer Robin Thicke, has joined in on the trend. At the recent 29th Annual Film Independent Spirit Awards Nominations, Paula debuted a stunning layered bob in place of her long, dark locks. The look was chic as ever, paired with a gorgeous red lip and white gown.
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The Spring 2014 runways at New York Fashion Week, including Jason Wu, Elie Saab, Lela Rose, Dries Van Noten and Dior, were glittering with golden accents. From bronzed skin to gilded eyelids to shimmering strands, gold took center stage, and inspired KEVIN.MURPHY stylist and founder, Kevin Murphy, to recreate a wearable take on the high-fashion look.
The Alterna Haircare team, led by Global Creative Director Michael Shaun Corby, did not disappoint last night on "Project Runway All Stars." The winning look, and in our opinion the coolest style of the night, featured a "wet hair don’t care" elastic-less pony. The sleek look was messy and grungy, yet chic at the same time, perfectly complimenting Victor’s fun and flirty cut-out dress.
Inspired by the success of Aveda's seasonal makeup palettes, Aveda Artistic Director for Makeup Janell Geason created a series of brand new looks for the Aveda Congress 2013 stage, including limited edition makeup collections for spring, autumn and holiday. Though all of Geason's looks were stunning, the true highlight was a bejeweled smokey eye crafted with rich plums and sparkling grays from the Himalayan Holiday palette.
This year, Aveda Artistic Director for Hair Color, Ian Michael Black, took the tried-and-true ombre trend in a brand new direction for his show at Aveda Congress 2013. Black described his presentation as "a celebration of Avedad Full Spectrum Hair Color," and included bold brunettes, hyper-blonde pastels, futuristic hues and a salon-friendly "color belting" technique that reinterpreted the art of ombre.
Aveda Artistic Director for Textured Hair, Tippi Shorter, found inspiration from her own nomadic lifestyle in order to create the travel-weathered, windblown textures at her presentation, Nomad: Aveda Congress 2013. The looks ranged from wash-and-go hair to sets to blow dry finishes. As one of the most sought-after textured hair experts in the beauty and entertainment industries, Shorter and her all-star team of stylists used the show to highlight how to transform curly, wavy and cooly hair into a series of perfectly-crafted textures.
As a self-proclaimed "Japanophile," Aveda Global Artistic Director for Hair Cutting, Ricardo Dinis revealed that the inspiration behind his East-meets-West Aveda Congress 2013 presentation was the shape of the traditional Japanese kimono. Dinis especially emphasized the triangular shape of the kimono's sleeves by creating graphic, angled haircuts that featured strong lines and a mixture of male and female cutting techniques in order to create androgynous shapes.
The Cutting Council Presentation at ICA showed off short crops and vibrant colors in unique, fun styles. See our video of the presentation below!