Beauty is in the details with Scruples' new fall collection.
Influenced by the pairing of strong angles and dynamic colors, Sharp Focus reveals a spectrum of short, medium and long styles that cast a spotlight on Scruples vibrant creme color range.
Christian Siriano's fall/winter 2015 ready-to-wear collection dances to an elegant, tribal beat.
The Pantone Color Institute continues its journey through color palettes that are derived from nature.
"Much like the fortified wine that gives Marsala its name, this tasteful hue embodies the satisfying richness of a fulfilling meal, while its grounding red-brown roots emanate a sophisticated, natural earthiness. This hearty, yet stylish tone is universally appealing and translates easily to fashion, beauty, industrial design, home furnishings and interiors."
Kirsty Mitchell assuaged her grief over her mother's death with a fi ve-year photo journey through Wonderland.
Alice doesn't live here anymore. In fact, she never did.
Whether you're styling a bride-to-be or a client who's been invited to a formal dinner party, up-styles and down-styles should embrace this season's special cachet.
Luis Alvarez and his all-star Aquage Team created the MUSE DVD with you in mind: 15 Styles in 15 Minutes.
Every stylist can immediately up his or her game by mastering these styles, including the tips and tricks used to achieve them in a flash.
Navy blue lipstick? Check.
Black-on-black nails? Absolutely.
Touch of raspberry-red hair color? We would feel naked without it.
Super-rich colors, intricate hairstyles and heritage-inspired fashions define fall 2014.
It's time to toss out your wornout summer clothes and slip into something more luxurious.
Cinched waists, sack dresses and pixies.
Stylist Pick of the Week
The effects of Simplicity hair wefts on an ordinary bob are nothing short of breathtaking.
Fashion week in Paris, London, Milan, and New York assaulted the senses as the intense color juxtapositions of India made an impact on clothing and jewelry with bright pinks and deep reds, brightly lit saffron, shimmering turmeric, and hot ochre shades.
Filled to the brim with sensory overload, India's opulent colors, intricate patterns and complementary textures head West.
Redken Creative Consultant Guido styled the modern hair looks that debuted at the Rag + Bone show.
The Doves present a timeless beauty collection using Hairdreams extensions
Joico International's Damien Carney's new webisode series "Drab to Fab" addresses top hair concerns
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Inspired by the incredible creations of renowned hat designer Philip Treacy, hair designer and Aquage artist Chris Vandehey spent over a year designing, weaving and refining his fiber-art sculptures...
Urban life inspires Matrix artistic directors to celebrate color in innovative ways
by Regina Molaro
Award winning artists Chrystofer Benson and Joseph Cartright share their industry wisdom with some stylists who are eager to shine!
"When we are turned ON, we discover that our true powers for living and working with brilliance are inside our minds, hearts and spirits." Dr. Lewis Losoncy and Colin Walsh
Watch HOT's video of ON...A Brilliant Way to Live & Work. Get turned "ON" today!
Catch some air this spring with Emporio Armani's spring/summer Fancy Girls collection.
Erin Fetherston's ethereal fall 2011 showing at Milk Studios in NYC, debuts "Erin," her new, more affordable line.
Barristar has declared this year's Junior Style Stars winner for its prestigious Bridal Division.
China Glaze adds the final details to Sue Wong's Edwardian-inspired fashions.
Charlie Le Mindu crafts his London runway collection with Hairdreams extensions.
While it's only late spring, HOT believes in striking when the iron is hot. In this case, our fiery opportunity comes in the form of covering Charlie Le Mindu's fall 2011 runway show at London Fashion Week.
Photographer: Roberto Ligreski; Hairstylist and Make-up Artist: Sherri Jessee
Marc Jacobs spins 180° for his colorific spring/summer 2011 show at New York's Mercedes Benz Fashion Week.
by Advice from Wedding Gown Guru MARA URSHEL
Choosing a wedding gown may be almost as challenging as choosing the groom! HAIR'S HOW caught up with Mara Urshel, co-owner of Kleinfeld Manhattan and, for the past four seasons, the revered wedding gown guru for TLC's smash series, "Say Yes to the Dress."