Andrew Carruthers, Director of Education, was at the Redken Symposium 2017 to launch his "baby", the new Artist Series Shear, designed with new and exciting technology to help any stylist perfect a cut. We put him (and the shears) to the test by asking him to trim an overgrown fringe.
2015 ushered in a wave of interpretations of the pixelated haircolor technique—no one owned the technique more than Philip Ring. AT A RECENT CLASS at Chicago’s Red7 Salon, educator, stylist and self-described amateur magician ...
This client was growing out her naturally gray hair and was attempting to remove the tint of brown she had for many years. Check out the corrective color and cut by Eva Scrivo of the Eva Scrivo Salons and Academy (NYC).
This client's previous stylist used a base breaker when toning her highlights, and it created a lot of unwanted warmth in her overall look. When she came to Sarah McDonald, a blonde and balayage specialist, she had an inch of virgin regrowth and grown out highlights. See how she fixed her look.
Alicia Urban (@aliciaurbanhair), a L’Oréal Professionnel Artist based Haute Headz Salon, Tallahassee, Florida, says “My client's hair had been fading back to red and brassiness every time she had her color done. She wanted to transition back to brunette while still leaving dimension and no warmth.” Here Urban shares the details for this makeover, using all L’Oréal Professionnel color:
After narrowing down thousands of special-occasion styles to our favorite 10, we challenged semifinalists to create their best braided style and best bridal style, and Naples-based Saretta Bowerman is our grand-prize winner of the Braids & Brides contest!
Wintertime is a period of transition for blondes. Say "goodbye" to warm, sunkissed locks and "hello" to cooler blondes with hues of platinum and ashy shades. Here, Nancy Braun, Balayge Expert and L’Oréal Professionnel Artist, shows how you can help your clients achieve their best winter blonde look yet!
Crista Lydia Chavez a colorist at Platinum Hair Salon, Caldwell, Idaho, says her over-processed client "had been doing her hair at home, overlapping lightener each process. There was a lot of Breakage was at the ends and near the face frame." Here Chavez shares the details for this correction.