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The new generation of hair oils is a rapidly growing category. With claims of being a pre-shampoo treatment, leave-in conditioner, detangler, shine enhancer, frizz reducer, static controller, heat protectant, prevents breakage, disguises split ends, polishes texture, smoothes and hydrates, it’s no wonder there’s a HUGE cult following of both stylists and consumers alike.
The wet look seen on the fall 2013 runways – textured at Alberta Ferretti, waved at Oscar de la Renta and slicked at Roberto Cavalli is now hitting newsstands for consumers to embrace.
Your client is ready to go blonde, so make sure you give her the shade that is just right for her features and personality. These makeovers by Fantastic Sams stylists provide inspiration ideas for cuts, color and styles for 2014. [pagebreak]AmandaA sultry side-part and pushed-over bangs, end with luster-filled waves through this lengthy style.
Shailene Woodley, known primarily for as Amy in the ABC Family series The Secret Life of the American Teenager, just cut her hair for an incredible cause. She was recently cast for the role of Hazel Grace Lancaster, a girl diagnosed with Stage 4 Thyroid cancer, in John Green's viral Young Adult novel-turned-movie, The Fault in Our Stars.
Melissa Benoist of Glee fame flaunted a romantic updo at the Teen Choice Awards that took us to a different decade! See how Celebrity Stylist Alex Polillo created her look.1. Apply Joico JoiWhip Firm Hold Design Foam to damp hair at the roots.2. Tip the head upside down and rough dry the hair.
Celebrity Stylist Alex Polillo gave Pretty Little Liars' Ashley Benson the perfect summery pulled-across look for her appearance at the 2013 Teen Choice Awards. For clients searching for a unique style that can be worn at weddings or even everyday, see this how-to: 1. Apply Joico JoiWhip Firm Hold Design Foam to damp hair.
Whether they're prepping for end-of-summer getaways or getting ready for back-to-school, your clients are sure to want to try these undone fishtail braids. Teaching your guests a new braid is a fun way to connect with them, so their experience in your salon is more than just a hair cut, and they're more likely to come back to you in the future.Sonna Brado, KMS California Artistic Director from Jaazz Salon in Spokane, WA explains how to do it: