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April 2013

Color: Alexandra Matiz for Wella
Cut: Nicole Obert, assisted by Stephanie Roberts
Photography: Roberto Ligresti
Make-up: David Maderich for MAC Cosmetics
Fashion styling: Rod Novoa
 

 

 

In This Issue

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Editor's Note: Color Trending

Michele Musgrove | April 2, 2013

Are you so over ombre? One sign you should be: the box color commercial I just heard telling your clients they can now “ombre at home.”

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Personal Style: Charlie Price

| April 2, 2013

A NAHA and Fashion Week regular, noted platform artist Charlie Price has more than two decades in the professional beauty industry, working tirelessly to perfect his craft of hairdressing.

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Joico's Head Turner Color

| March 29, 2013

Most colorists would look at dark Asian hair and automatically go to 20, 30 or 40 volume. I use 10 and allow the color to lift slowly with less damage.

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Joico's Head Turner Cut

| March 29, 2013

For Joico’s latest Turnstyle collection, bold feminine shapes are combined with a dramatic spin on the traditional, popular ombré color technique. The result is a collection of fitted head shapes and gradient color designs.

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Illuminated Color How-to from Wella

| March 29, 2013

Created to complement Wella Professionals’ lineup of color offerings, the launch of Illumina Color opens the door to countless radiant possibilities.

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New Direction: The Color

| March 29, 2013

Three different Goldwell shades are alternated in slices and weaves. “If you want to punch it up, adjust the formula of the lightener,” Edick says. “It’s a great color design to complement Nick’s fun razor cut.”

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New Direction: The Cut

| March 28, 2013

In the 1990s, Nick Arrojo hair cuts became synonymous with razor cuts, as his loyalty to the tool has created countless cool, sexy, lowmaintenance hair styles on TV, on stage at industry trade shows and in his New York City salon.

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Chaos + Control: Sassoon Academy's Muses Collection

Alison Alhamed | March 28, 2013

For the Ancient Greek poet, the muse was a powerful figure, pivotal in the creative process when summoned as a source of artistic inspiration. This season, Sassoon Academy launches The Muses collection, where hair teeters on the edge between chaos and control between androgynous bowl shapes, barbered bobs, finger waves and dishevelment.