Old stuffy classrooms are a thing of the past. Uberliss recently offered an interactive online training session for select stylists. The class was presented through Google Hangouts using Google Glass. Attendees were able to view a live presentation of the Uberliss Smoothing System from the comfort of their own homes. The Uberliss Glass Class took place on Monday, February 24, at Glam Studio by Ben in Chicago, IL.
Stylist Rebecca Taylor partnered with florist Chloe Winchester, owner of Supposey in Pensacola, Florida, to create the spring hair collection, Bloom. Shedding the cold and drab of winter, the collection is inspired by warm spring weather. The hair pieces were created using an imaginative combination of synthetic hair, chicken wire, spray paint and spray adhesive. In the spirit of the collection's theme, the gowns were made of elements of live flowers.
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Celebrity makeup artist Daniela Rowson shares tips for sweet and sexy spring lips!Trending for 2014 are bold, sexy lips for every type of face and personality! For your sweet, everyday look, the trends right now are soft, petal, flowery colors such as pinks and soft purples. And, you can always give it a “pop” with some gloss to give your lips that pouty look you’ve been wanting.
Theri DeJoode, Technical Director for American Crew, shares tips for how to create a men's haircut with a low taper! If you are looking for a men's cut with an experimental edge, this is a must-see!
Beauty Bus Foundation and NOVA partnered to provide patients dealing with serious illnesses some well-deserved pampering. Beauty Bus Foundation and NOVA sponsored a "head to wheels" mobility makeovers for people dealing with terminal or critical illnesses. The event was held at the Westfield Topanga Mall in Canoga Park.
Sherry Heart, Lead Hairstylist from HBO’s Girls, dishes some helpful tips & tricks on how to create the hairstyles seen on Jessa and Marnie. Sherry says, “I used a sea salt spray to add the beachy texture, and then these bobby pins that matched her hair color, they were great for Jessa’s style.”
The hairnet, although today thought of as a cafeteria mom’s must-have, has a very significant ‘hair story’ in women’s history. During World War Two in the 1940s, women joined the workforce in droves, taking over jobs traditionally done by men. By mid-1943, nearly 90 per cent of single women and 80 per cent of married women were employed in critical work for the war effort. Of course the elaborate long hairstyles of the time proved hazardous on the job.
When planning our education - whether it be digital, online or show/classes - and when creating mood boards for editorial shoots, it’s always an inspiration to look at what happens on the runways.