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on Feb 15, 2011
At the Marc by Marc Jacobs show, which was held at the Armory, Guido for Redken created a "very simple, yet rich look." He created the look by applying Velvet Gelatine 07 Cushioning Blow-Dry Gel and then blow-drying the hair section by section. He then pinned the hair up until right
on Feb 13, 2011
To complement the elegant styles at the Imitation by Tara Subkoff show, which was held at Milk Studios, Ouidad created a femme fatale, socialite look that was inspired by the glamorous and iconic hairstyles of Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell. Stylists used one of three Ouidad products to create volume, including Climate
on Feb 13, 2011
At the Preen show, which was held at Milk Studios, Luke Hersheson for Redken created a '50s-inspired boyish barbershop look on the female models. Hersheson created the look by combing hair straight back and tying the hair into a ponytail with the sides tight and clean. He then twisted the hair into a knot a
on Feb 10, 2011
At the Richard Chai show, which was held at The Stage at Lincoln Center, Kevin Ryan for TIGI created an effortless, chic look. "This is the girl that doesn't have to try to look cool," Ryan says. "She is the kind of girl that can sleep a certain way and get a natural bend in her hair and still look sexy." 
on Jan 17, 2011
The inspiration celebrity hairstylist David Babaii used in creating this years' Golden Globes red carpet looks for both Nicole Kidman and Sandra Bullock drew from vintage hairstyles from the 60's and 70's. To achieve Nicole Kidman’s look, Babaii applied a small amount of Couture Colour Pequi Oil Treatment (available March

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