Last Updated (Wednesday, 12 September 2012 08:12)
Sleek, center-parted, low ponytails are the “in” look this summer. Nick Penna Jr., of SalonCapri in Newton & Dedham, MA gives his tips on how to create the style of the moment, as seen here on actress Malin Akerman.
1. While showering, Nick suggests using the new shampoo and conditioner from Kerastase, Cristalliste, to prep hair for this style.
2. After showering, part hair straight down the middle of your head. Nick recommends using a fine tooth comb to even out your part and keep it super straight. It should make a statement of its own.
Last Updated (Tuesday, 05 June 2012 10:59)
Getting curls and texture to hold on clients with silky smooth curl resistant hair can be frustrating, so Sam Villa created Scrimping - a prep-technique done prior to curling to lock in curl pattern, texture and volume.
Scrimping: Spray Redken wool shake 08 on section and then tap randomly down the section with Sam Villa Signature Series TEXTUR® Iron – using light to medium compression.
Last Updated (Monday, 21 May 2012 12:45)
This spring and summer, ponytails will pop up everywhere – from braided to curled to pomped out, clients will be asking for tutorials.
Sam Villa, Founding Partner of the Sam Villa® brand and Education Artistic Director for Redken 5th Avenue offers tips on creating a Pomp Pony and French Ponytail to share with clients.
* Ponytails work best with pliable hair – hair that has not been recently washed
Last Updated (Monday, 30 April 2012 20:47)
Our Vol 10 Cover was shot by Photographer Elise Donoghue in Las Vegas.
YBI Beauty Editor Debra Macki did makeup and Hair Stylist Andeen of Hair by Andeen did hair. The shoot was styled by Flockflockflock: alternative material couture by Jennifer Henry. The dresses worn on the cover and this editorial were made from tissue paper, cellophane and tape and they look amazing, if we do say so ourselves!
Want to recreate this look? We'll tell you how we did it!
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