In the beginning of the year, I shared my mission to speak and work differently to demonstrate how stylists can deliver more value to clients in today’s world. Changing language to start conversations that open the door to discovering new creative approaches in cutting and finishing globally influenced shapes. Using condensed and precision cutting to create modern details, beginning cuts in unfamiliar sections of the head and working with sectioning patterns to cut and finish hair effortlessly and quickly.
Who should be crowned the ultimate “Glamour Queen”? A long list of celebrities may come to mind, but what about the 80 women who march to the sweat-inducing beat of the 90-minute-long Radio City Christmas Spectacular not once a day, but five to six times! On top of that, each high-kicking Rockette does her own hair and makeup; no stylists here.
Jared Leto’s hair look was styled by Chase Kusero using Vidal Sassoon Pro Series hair products!The Look: Natural, Air Dried Waves
To compliment Amy Adams' beautiful navy dress, Celebrity Hairstylist Renato Campora for Kérastase used products from the brand's Couture Styling collection to give Amy a slick-backed, sculpted French twist. "We wanted the hair to compliment the dress. It's very classic and elegant," says Renato.How to Create Amy's Look:Step 1: On wet hair apply Kérastase Mousse BouffanteStep 2: Part the hair on the left side, distributing Kérastase Forme Fatale from mid-lengths to ends and blow dry with a round brush
Minnie Driver attended Vanity Fair's annual Oscar party donning a beautiful black beaded strapless gown and statement necklace with long sweeping locks to complete the look. "We had been planning this look for weeks if not longer," said Minnie's stylist Melissa deZarate. "In fact, this hairstyle came to mind before she was even choosing her dress. I wanted to showcase a new look that no one had seen on her. We kept her hair smooth and less formal so that it wouldn't be competing with her jewelry and corseted dress."Get the Look:
Ethan Hawke looked incredibly dapper at the Academy Awards, where he was nominated for Best Adapted Screenplay for Before Midnight. Ethan was wearing his hair shorter for a film role, so his stylist, Lauren Kaye Cohen, wanted to make sure it had a lot of great texture. "Ethan is so handsome that I wanted his hair to look a bit rugged," Lauren said. "Because his cut is very short on the sides and in the back, we didn't want it to give off a military feel.