May 2008HAIR'S HOW
Hair's How (US) magazine, the magazine for salon professionals is proud to introduce our quarterly supplement, How 2 from Hair's How - "Tomorrow's Hair Today" EDUCATION. This supplement will circulate to 100,000 salons quarterly and offer them the educational material that will support their careers with inspiration and education.
DARKEN YOUR BLONDE
Tips for easy transition
The road from blonde to brunette can be fraught with danger, so learn from the best: Beth Minardi, internationally acclaimed color expert, color director, and co-owner of Minardi Salon in New York City, and Mia Liguori McHugh, international color artist and director of product development for Scruples, give you the business.
Secret life of COLOR
The fashion for tints and combinations of colors changes every season, and with every new formula choice, the coloring process is becoming more and more interesting and refined. For the professional colorist, here are the true colors of Summer and lots of ways put them on!
In Living Color
Vibrancy and shine - That's what these new professional color products bring to the table. Turn ordinary color into brillant beautiful hues of browns, reds, copper and beyond.
When you start with nothing - not even a love for hairdressing - how do you rise to the top of the hairdressing world with salons, academies and a worldwide following? The editor of HAIR'S HOW gets to the bottom of how Richard Thompson got to the top!
MEN'S STYLES In your face!
It takes a lot of precision cutting and styling to get hair this messy! This look calls for lots of slicing, pointing, razoring and thinning to create the texture all around your client's face, once the initial shape is cut. Since the longer bed-head, beach-bum look is so in, teach your client how wax, pomade, mousse, and gel gets the look perfectly.
Cut & Color