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Power to the Tools: Olivia Garden Gives the Spotlight to Brushes

2017 marks the golden anniversary for Olivia Garden. As the iconic brush and tool manufacturer celebrates 50 beautiful years, its newest collection reflects the versatility of the brand, and the results achievable through quality tools.

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The Creator of the Beehive and Hairdressing Advocate Passes Away at 98

The woman credited for creating the famous Beehive hairstyle back in the 1960s, passed away peacefully on June 10, 2016 at age 98.Margaret Vinci Heldt of Elmhurst, IL, was active with her professional association, Cosmetologists Chicago, for ...

HOW-TO: Backstage Sleek and Chic Beehive

Sleeker and more chic – this updo features the traditional Beehive concept but has been transformed and re-invented for the more modern-day client. This “Backstage Beehive” by Jennifer MacDougall and Pepper Pastor for ...

Amy Winehouse-Inspired Beehive: The How To

Learn how to create the Amy Winehouse-inspired beehive updo.

PATRICK CAMERON: A Quick Updo

MODERN caught up with famed updo artist and Wella Platform artist Patrick Cameron, yes, THE Patrick Cameron, as he was teaching a m aster class at the Wella Studio in NYC. He offered a quick demo on one of his favorite ...

HOW-TO: A Modern Beehive

Get the HOW TO on this Modern Beehive by Amber Cannon.

HOW-TO: '60s Inspired Modern Bridal Beehive by Orlando Pita

Orlando Pita, lead stylist for BioSilk at the Carolina Herrera NYFW Fall/Winter 2014 show, created a look that was reminiscent of the classic 60′s beehive but with a whimsical play on proportions. The result was a streamlined, polished, sculptural updo.

Margaret Vinci Heldt On Inventing the Beehive Hair Style

While at America's Beauty Show 2012, live at the Cosmetologists Chicago's BeautyBASH, MODERN's Alison Alhamed got the opportunity to chat with Margaret Vinci Heldt, who designed the world's first beehive hairstyle that debuted in February 1960 on the pages of MODERN SALON—formerly known as MODERN BEAUTY SHOP.

'60s Bourgeois Runway Updo

Taking the inspiration from the bourgeois runway looks from Bottega Veneta and Jean Paul Gaultier, hair stylist Clive, from Clive and Co. in Dallas, Texas, was inspired to create a hair cut that interpreted this updo runway trend in a way that it can be worn with shorter hair. This makes the style wearable for everybody, taking away the mystique that runway style is outlandish and unrealistic for every day wear.

FASHION WEEK: Disconnected Beehive at Chris Benz

Super femme details of bows, sequins and bright colors were met with garnish make-up and a deconstructed wig courtesy of TIGI's Nick Irwin. This prim and proper lady is decidedly disheveled at the hands of Chris Benz and his glam team.