Raylene Cravens, owner of Lash by Lash studio in Oklahoma City, was just named NovaLash's 2019 Lash Artist of the Year. Here, she shares her top five tips for lash success.
Oribe Director of Training & Content, Kien Hoang, embraced natural curl and used a variety of Oribe products to enhance each shape to create low-maintenance, downtown-girl styles for the Nicole Miller F/W collection. Learn more here.
The International Salon and Spa Expo (ISSE) brought the acclaimed North American Hairstyling Awards (NAHA) and Beacon to the event for the first-time ever.
At Sunday night's Screen Actor's Guild (SAG) Awards 2019, Emily Blunt was styled by Laini Reeves using products from Joico to keep her looking award-winning all night long.
Entries open February 1 for CosmoProf Beauty's Licensed to Create Awards, which will take place during Premiere Orlando, June 2, 2018.
Winners of the MUD Make-up Designory scholarship administered by Beauty Changes Lives will each receive a $2,500 tuition scholarship.
Paul Dykstra, CEO, talks about the value of attending and exhibiting at Americas Beauty Show and the many ways attendance translates into support for the professional beauty industry.
Farouk Systems, Inc. hosted its fourth bi-annual CHI Education Symposium for cosmetology instructors across the US. More than 80 instructors from CHI Partner Schools traveled to Houston for this three-day educational event.
Laura Chihaia and Mireya Villarreal share how they found success and during a recent workshop that covered bridal upstyling, makeup techniques and photo editing.
Allison McElroy of Clive and Co. in Addison Texas and Ashley Peters of Jewel Hair Design in Alexandria, Virginia will each receive an immersive week of learning in Chicago, courtesy of Pivot Point International along with tickets to America’s Beauty Show and the Beauty Changes Lives Experience.
The Makeup Show is having a special two-day holiday Pop Up Shop on December 15th and 16th in NYC. David Maderich, NAHA's 2018 Makeup Artist of the Year, shares details and why he is going.
The NAHA texture category demonstrates texture skills with designs that complement the individuality of diverse hair textures. Hair texture may be natural or chemically treated, but entries must display wearable, cutting-edge textured hair styles.