avant garde hair styling has never cease to amaze me

(Reblogged from albinwonderland)
(Reblogged from memewhore)

Favorite hair products!  Available at Redken, Fekkai, Kenra, Wella, Tigi websites.  Tresemme is available at most drug stores. 

Schwarzkopf shared this on facebook.  I was so stoked about this I had to tumblr it. 

Schwarzkopf shared this on facebook.  I was so stoked about this I had to tumblr it. 

(Reblogged from makeupfever)
vylettesdomain:

Ohhhh the color and the pretty flower shaaaaaape <3

vylettesdomain:

Ohhhh the color and the pretty flower shaaaaaape <3

(Reblogged from morbidfashion)
My new favorite shampoo.   It always works, never strips, improves the condition of my hair, and I can recommend it to almost everyone. 

My new favorite shampoo.   It always works, never strips, improves the condition of my hair, and I can recommend it to almost everyone. 

And they make it all look so easy…

Kick ass with some feminity! An interesting concept. Just look at how the word “edgy” has been completely redefined, especially at 0:56.

Gutsy Cuts!

1. Jim Carrey rocking a mohawk.

2. Carmen Electra’s undercut.

WHILE ON THE SUBJECT of what everyone calls an “undercut” (which technically makes no sense on the stylists perspective): 

Not a lot of people can pull this off, but I think Carmen’s spin on the idea is appropriate.  Undercuts have a little more complication to them and all a-symmetrical haircuts have to be compensated in other areas of the cut to make it work.  I do not suggest that a haircut should be destroyed by taking a pair of your dad’s old clippers to the side of your head. I have found that facial structures with high defined cheek bones, heart shaped, and inverted triangle face shapes- it is a little easier to pull off. 

3. Emily Browning and her classic Sassoon inspired bob.

4. Rooney Mara in Girl With the Dragon Tattoo so-many disconnections(!) cut. 

5. Sky Ferreira’s center part and long layered.

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6. la roux