Sebastian Core Team Artist Marylle Koken will immerse you in the elements and principles of design in this creative hands-on workshop. See your work as artists see their art. You'll translate the fundamental elements into graphic shapes, movements, and designs. This class includes cut, color and style.Date: Sept 21-22, 2014Time: 10am-4pmCost: $700 25,900 Global Elite PointsLocation: Wella Studio Los Angeles
Kerrie Urban, celebrity makeup artist and hairstylist with Hair Room Service was responsible for getting Joe Morton of Scandal red carpet ready at the Emmy Awards!
When creating Lena's look stylist Rheanne White wanted to show the versatility of the bowl cut.
Julianne Hough looked stunning as she hit the red carpet at the 2014 Emmy Awards. For Julianne’s look, celebrity hairstylist Riawna Capri explains, “After seeing the white dress, I knew her hair had to have the perfect balance between edgy and formal.” Riawna calls this look “deep and disheveled”, as it is sleek on one side and messy on the other.
Hairstylist and Master Colorist Jackie Freed-Davis from Strands Salon & Day Spa created this bold purple hair color on model Lindsay Virtue! Here's how she created the look:
It’s no surprise that Miley Cyrus stole the show at the VMA’s in an ultra-chic black leather ensemble and choppy pixie cut. Cyrus also took home the Video of the Year award for her hit song, “Wrecking Ball.”Step-by-Step Styling:
“Slip Knot braids look complex, but this Mohawk look is really simple once you get the rhythm down. You’ve heard me say it before…braiding is all about rhythm, if you lose the rhythm you lose the braid. Stay in control of your sections and the braid will come together pretty easily for you,” says Sam Villa, Founding Partner of Sam Villa and Redken Education Artistic Director,Before Villa braids, he texturizes the entire head using a Sam Villa Signature Series Textur Iron to add texture and volume to the hair to prevent the braid from slipping out.
BeautyCon, global summit for top digital fashion and beauty influencers, and their ever-growing number of fans—returned to Los Angeles on August 16 for its third-annual summit.
Celebrities want an effortless look - a look as if they didn't have a hairstylist come and do their hair. As celebrity hairstylist Lea Journo says, "Not so 'Madame-like' or glammed up, but fresh, loose and flattering." A major trend that Journo has spotted amongst her celebrity clientele is that stars don't want "red carpet" hair every day.
10 lucky winners will receive the V-Shape Long Porcupine Brush from Spornette!
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