Jamie Millmather (@jmillmather) of La La Luxe Salon, Providence, Rhode Island, is a certified Wella master color expert and a Wella brand educator. Client Renee “was referred to me by another hairstylist when she wanted to take the journey to silver hair." Here Millmather shares the how-to.
Kelsey Brogan (@kjb_hair), a Redken Color certified artist from Mequon, Wisconsin, says she has a "passion for making people blonde!!" Here she had the opportunity to put that passion to the test. "This client came in with previously subtle highlights feeling very dull and wanted a complete makeover." Brogan first cut off about 6 inches and then got busy with color. Here she shares the how-to
Coryn Eyring (@corynneylon_hair.) of Charles Scott Salon (right outside Cleveland, Ohio) says her client "came in with level 2 hair, in her words 'not black', and brassy orange ends. She begged me for an ashy/natural level 6/7 root. She did not want to see any red, which is always a task."
Lauren Kovalick (@laurkhair) of Bombshell Salon (@Bombshellsalon), Ellicott City, MD, says her guest "came to us with a grown out ombre that had really harsh lines. Our goal was to create a more organic balayage of blonde and her natural with cool tones running thru the ends.” Here she shares the details for this makeover.
Jessica Love (@jessicaa_lovee) of The Woodlands, Texas, revealed her artistic abilities through this color correction by creating an astonishing masterpiece. Love actually approached this client outside of the salon stating that she had a vision. "I got inspired and couldn't help myself but to ask if she'd come in and let me play with her hair," says Love. "We clicked instantly and booked an appointment." Here's the how-to.
"This client had thought about cutting her hair for months. She was leaving out of country to make the world a better place and didn't want the hassle of dealing with long hair throughout her travels." Dani Emerson (@hairdodanigirl) shares details for the makeover.
Matrix U.S. Artistic Director Danielle Keasling shows how progressive the SoColor line can be, demonstrating multiple finishes on two very different models—one with a more classic and luxe finish, and one with a fun, fashionable look.
For guests ready to transition from winter to spring, Anne Skubis, makeup artist and director of marketing, Aveda Institutes, created a look that adds a dose of greenery to their face beat using Aveda cosmetics and skin care products.
Lisa Hart-Walker (@superstylist5711), a stylist at Creations Salon and Spa, Rochester Hills MI, "loves everything about doing hair and I'm well versed in all hair textures but over the last few years my main focus has been color. ...