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Pastel Pink: Soft Pink Formula from Redken

Pastel Pink: Soft Pink Formula from Redken

Redken pastels give clients glossy shine with sheer shades. Use them to add a pastel hue or a soft wash of color—or to tone and correct for a flawless filter effect.

The Other Social Network

The Other Social Network

Corrine Mathison used what mentors taught her, client relationships and referrals to build and maintain her business. She doesn’t even have a Facebook page.

Formula How-To: Sombre Melt by Redken

Formula How-To: Sombre Melt by Redken

Sombre is a soft transition without a hard start or stop. The results are a more natural tone-on-tone that’s fast, fresh and simple to create. FORMULAS & APPLICATION: Natural level 7, medium blonde with existing ...

HOW-TO: Fierce, Vibrant Redhead by Redken's Lori Zabel

“It takes a special type of personality to be a redhead, they are fierce! They are the most rewarding to get right, and sometimes the hardest to keep. To make a stunning, vibrant redhead you must have a great palette to start," says Lori Zabel, Redken Artist.

Conversation Starter

The consultation is where success starts. And where it can come to a screeching halt.

Molly Sims Hair Color

Known as the Kentucky woman in the $30 billion diamond bikini (Sports Illustrated, 2006), Molly Sims has her own jewelry line, Grayce by Molly Sims, which is influenced by icons like Jackie O. and Brigitte Bardot. No wonder the natural Level 5 now favors a less “beachy” more multi-faceted blonde, which comes from celebrity colorist and Redken Creative Consultant Tracey Cunningham:

Shake Lights

Even when all a client wants is a retouch, add extra dimension. For a fast, subtle solution that works on the darkest of heads, David Stanko, a hair color consultant for Redken 5th Avenue and color director at Angelo David Salon in NYC, devised Shake Lights.

Texture Trends for Men 2011

Regardless of the age or attitude of the men in your chair, most will want texture for spring, because it’s versatile, and it suits the new, longer lengths. While businessmen will favor refined, old-Hollywood styles—think tapered Mad Men cuts—younger guys will still only pretend not to have Bieber fever by calling their style “Beatlesque.” Urban ethnic guys will grow it a tad beyond skin-fades, while others will continue to give props to the Mohawk, Low Hawk and Faux Hawk.

Ruth Roche: American Hair Idol

Ruth Roche’s tryout for a prestigious artistic team years ago jump started a career filled with awards, celebrity clients and salon ownership.

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