Kevin Hughes, Moroccanoil Artistic Director, was inspired by the textures and intricacies of the The Blonds Fall/Winter 2020 collection for the New York Fashion Week show. A key part of each look was the sculpting of baby hairs to frame the face – something that can add a twist to a classic ponytail or bun style!
Winter is a great time to experiment with different hairstyles! Holiday parties, New Year’s Eve, and an overall lack of humidity make this the perfect moment to embrace end-of-year changes and start anew! 'Tis the season to take risks or have some extra fun with hair accessories and accents.
If change was easy, I would wake up an hour earlier every morning and go to the gym. I want to be that person, but alas, like so many others, I am a creature of habit. The problem is—what if you are a creature of BAD habits? For hairstylists, bad habits can sabotage your business and your career.
Veronica Beard designers described their recent Fall 2019 presentation as “luxury meets lumberjack, opulence meets outdoors.” To capture this theme, Kevin Hughes, Moroccanoil Artistic Director, created a look inspired by a city-chic woman who finds herself in the middle of the woods.
We finally had our first full week of cool weather in NYC. The stores have already begun their competitive marketing to draw in early shoppers. My neighbors have traded their decorative ghost and pumpkins in exchange for red and green lights! And the final straw, my Starbucks cup resembles wrapping paper! It’s official—the holidays are upon us.