Kyle Locklin, stylist at Aurelio Salon (Howell and Toms River, NJ), had a client who wanted a "rooty" ombré. “She was a level 6 with level 7 and 8 highlights, but her natural base level was a 5. She wanted minimal upkeep, so I though about the colors in a Monarch Butterfly and it inspired me,” says Locklin. Get the steps to recreate this color, below.Formulas:
Puerto Rico-based stylist Miguel Angel Mike recently created this gorgeous sea green hair color for his client. Below, he shares the steps you need to recreate the look! Get the Look:1. Says Miguel, "I took wide sections and back-combed them (similar to ombré technique).
Incorporating knot and rope shapes, these playful updos keep hair pulled back with a twist. Take a look at these pretty hairstyles from Carol DeLange Grandaw's Spring/Summer collection.
CREDITS:Hair: Carol DeLange GrandawPhotography: Bob WilliamsMakeup: Rio Omachi
With a decline in bold, bright, unnatural colors and a return to more natural looking hues, Ecaille is THE new trend. Think warm golds paired with rich caramel tones, as seen on Blake Lively, Khloe Kardashian and Jessica Alba. It’s a technique that supplements color, whether natural or not, with multicolored highlights to achieve a tortoiseshell effect. Monica Byrne, owner of Monica Byrne Studio (Falmouth, ME), explains.
Ecaille, French for tortoise shell, is the latest trending color technique comprised of rich, warm golden tones, caramels, chocolates, mahogany and Tobacco. Worn by celebrities like Chrissy Teigen and Jessica Alba, Ecaille is a sophisticated ombre. Ecaille tends to also be darker at the roots and lighter at the ends and can be painted (balayage) or placed in isolated panels into the hair for a multidimensional effect.
Achieving financial independence through entrepreneurship and vocational skill-set training was Founder and Chief Visionary, Dermalogica and The International Dermal Institute, Jane Wurwand’s platform to inspire a packed house of more than 1,200 participants at the half-day Status of Women conference hosted by Mount Saint Mary’s University at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles.
TONI&GUY Celebrity Stylist Christian Wood created a sculptural, double top knot for Tomorrowland star Britt Robertson for the film's premiere at Disneyland.
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Age is only a number and genuinely has nothing to do with how short or long a woman should wear her hair. That’s why there is nothing more powerful than an impactful guest consultation to find out concerns about style and length and address the perception of wearing hair a certain way at a certain age. Sam Villa, Founding Partner of Sam Villa and Redken Education Artistic Director, and Andrew Carruthers, Director of Education for Sam Villa, demonstrate:
Sam Villa ArTeam member, David Boyd, refers to the hairline as the frame for the masterpiece. I love that statement because it puts in perspective the importance a refined hairline plays in a beautiful design. This is a complicated task as the hairline is where those little monsters called cowlicks meet with uneven density and other irregular growth patterns. Let’s explore some of the perspectives and techniques involved with creating an excellent frame for our haircuts.
Stylist Aviva Perea created Veronica Lake waves on Brittany Snow for the Pitch Perfect 2 Premiere to compliment Brittany's red Old Hollywood glamour gown. The sculpted waves require products that can keep the hair in place all night and since it rained it was extra important that the right products were used.