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Gorgeous Makeup Looks for Any Holiday Party
How to Apply Lace Wigs without Tape and Glue
Our Favorite Hairstyles of the Stars
4 Vintage Hairstyles You Can Do Yourself
Wig Style Guide: Selecting the Optimal Wig Style for Your Face Shape
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Letter from the Editor Welcome to another exciting issue of Salon World Magazine! With each issue, we still hold to our promise to highlight and publish some of the most promising emerging talent in the industry. Our mission is to share with you those that dare to create, to capture and wow us in the hair industry Within these pages you will behold the beauty of such creativity and style from their individual perspective We strive to continue to bring you the brightest, most talented and promising hairstylists from around the globe. From issue to issue you will see us grow Follow me on
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We would love to hear your thoughts and suggestions. Our columnists are eager to answer your questions and/or perhaps showcase your talent or tell your story We hope that you will enjoy every page of this issue
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Blond hair by Desmond Murray Hair & Photos: Desmond Murray Make up: Jo Sugar Clothes: Joe Toronka
Short purple straight hair Hair by Mark Leeson Styling: Bernard Connolly Make-up: Melanie Arter Photography: Paul Scala
Short baby pink hair by Sanrizz. Hair: Robert Kirby Photographer: Jack Eames Make-up: Kasia Dziadel Styling: Marie-Louise Vonhaselberg
Short straight red hair Hair: Paul Falltrick Photographer: Ewelina Stechnij Make-up: Nicola Tanswell and Kinga Markovic Styling: Neesha Sharma
Mid length brown straight hair by Zullo and Holland. Hair: Angelo Vallillo Photographer: Richard Miles Make-up: Mariesa Ferraro
Short straight red hair by Paul Falltrick. Hair: Paul Falltrick Photographer: Ewelina Stechnij Make-up: Nicola Tanswell and Kinga Markovic Styling: Neesha Sharma
Blond mid length curly hair by Andrew Barton Salon. Stylist: Tracey Gallagher (Creative Director)
Brown hair in curly up do by Desmond Murray. Hairstylist: Desmond Murray Stylist: Bernard Connelly Make up: Jo Sugar
Mid length black hair by Desmond Murray. Hairstylist: Desmond Murray Stylist: Bernard Connelly Make up: Jo Sugar
Mid length black hair by Desmond Murray. Hair & Photos: Desmond Murray Make up: Jo Sugar Clothes: Joe Toronka
Black hair by Great Lengths. Photography: Norbet Kniat Stylist: Mario Gutmann using Great Lengths Hair Extensions
Mid length black hair in by Desmond Murray. Hairstylist: Desmond Murray Photography: Desmond Murray Clothes and Make-up: Tyron Mayes Models: Stant International
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The History of the Beehive Who invented the beehive hairstyle? It all started in Illinois in 1960 when Modern Beauty Shop, now Modern Salon, was looking for a new design for their next publication. They asked Margaret Vinci Heldt to create a new hairstyle. Margaret Vinci Heldt, a hairstylist who owned her own salon, went home and got an idea from a small black velvet hat that was shaped like a bump. She took the mannequin head and sat down late one evening in her family room and started working on the hair. The rest is history. The February issue showed a model strutting a brand new "big hair" hair style. The magazine named the new hairdo "the beehive". The beehive caught on like wildfire. In fact, Audrey Hepburn wore her hair in the new beehive style as she starred in the classic movie "Breakfast at Tiffany's" in 1961 The beehive hairstyle is a classic hairdo that will always be in style. Currently celebrities such as Jennifer Lopez, Lady Gaga, Gwen Stefani and other red carpet regals have done their hair in the beehive hairdo. Other famous actresses and performers including Elizabeth Taylor and Barbara Streisand have also done their hair up. Throughout the last several decades other woman in the spotlight have taken on the beehive hairdo as their signature fashion style that sets them apart The beehive hairdo lives on and is a staple in today's hair fashion. Everyday woman wear the beehive hairdo when they dress up for work. Modern day woman know that the beehive hairstyle is classy and elegant. Most modern day woman don't go to the extreme high elevations that the woman of the 1960's did when they turned their beehives into hornet's nests. Modern day beehives are subdued, practical, and only inches above the head. For example, brides wear their hair up with baby's breathe in it for their special wedding day. Woman of all ages wear their hair up for a night out on the town. In any case, the hairstyle that changed hair fashion over 30 years ago is still going strong The Tallest Beehive in the World Marge Simpson, mother to Bart, Lisa and Maggie and wife to Homer, struts a two feet tall blue beehive. Marge has worn this same beehive hairdo in every single episode of "The Simpsons" animated television program. The beehive is getting a lot of exposure thanks to Marge. The animated sitcom, "The Simpsons", is the longest running American program of it's kind
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GET THE LOOK To achieve the Beehive hair needs to prepped with products that create Volume and give hold. Look out for products that contain the following ingredients: Wheat proteins, panthenol, polyquaternium 10 and amino acids. Nicky Clarke Hairaising is great, excellent hold and really controls backcombing and is a product I often see backstage at Fashion week and my favorite product I use on shoots. Decide on how you want to wear it, down the middle, off to the side, subtle volume, impact height, all up or half down and comb into place. Visualize the style. With the product now dried into the hair proceed to tease the root and mid lengths, focusing more at the crown area. If you find your hair doesn’t take to backcombing well or you just want extra hold try a ‘clamping’ technique I use. Take a section of hair, backcomb it, spray with hairspray then run the straighteners over the section-allow to cool then brush out. To create the beehive use a hair mesh or large doughnut to ‘pad’ the hair out, brush the hair over your pad and pull into a pleat at the back to secure. Alternatively a quicker way is to pull the hair into a high pony tail backcomb and wrap around itself. Lastly, Hairspray is a must to keep shape and hold. Don’t forget to dazzle it up with your favorite hair accessories
Gorgeous Makeup Looks for Any Holiday Party By Augusta Falletta
To define your jaw line, dust bronzer along the bone and blend. Pair with a red lip and silver eye shadow
We love this take on a classic cat eye with matching lips and tips in red
Extend your eyeliner past the corner of your eye and top it off with a pearlescent shadow on your lids
This glossy lip with metallic nails is holiday perfection
The unexpected green eyeliner in this look brightens up her whole face
Matte makeup paired with high shine lip gloss is such a lovely look
This dramatic cat eye has us reaching for our liquid liner
This look combines gold and black twice, once in the eyes and once on the lips, and we can't stop talking about this look
Line the bottom of your eye from inner most corner to outer most corner and finish off the line by smudging. The end result is so glam!
This icy blue in the inner corners takes this look from "pretty" to "knockout"!
We're loving this smudged liner with peach blush look
This grey smokey eye and pale lip works on just about every face
How to Apply Lace Wigs without Tape and Glue 39
Lace front wigs are a popular choice for celebrities. Due to the lace hairline, it is impossible to tell the difference between your real hair and the wig. Recently, lace front wigs have become widely available to everyone. Even though the application process usually requires adhesive products that only a experienced can correctly use, there are some lace front wigs that you can apply at home without tape or glue. 1. Purchase a lace front wig with comb grips. Some of the newest types of lace front wigs will come with combs about the inside. The combs are located on the right- and left-hand side of the wig, closest for your temples. If your nearby beauty provide shop does not carry the new lace front, purchase it online
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2. Prep your hair for application. If your hair is long, put it into cornrows. If you have short hair, purchase and apply a wig cap. Use alcohol or witch hazel around the forehead to remove the dirt and oil that can damage your lace
3. Wash your hands. Do not remove the lace front wig from the package until you have removed excess dirt and oils, which can ruin the quality of your lace front
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4. Cut the excess lace from the wig. Cut the lace close to the hairline of the wig, but do not cut the hairs 5. Apply the lace wig. Place the wig on your head so that the inside combs are gripping your natural hair and the tip of the wig is laying on top of your natural hairline 6. Style your hair. Most wigs come styled. However, you can alter this by cutting and styling it yourself Be advised that you cannot apply heat to synthetic hair. Purchase 100% human hair wigs if you want to curl or flat-iron your wig.
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Our Favorite Hairstyles of the Stars
From Bouffants to Victory Rolls! 4 Vintage Hairstyles You Can Do Yourself By BellaNaija 45
Pin Curls and Vintage Waves How to get this hairstyle Step 1: Use your curling iron to curl hair. Step 2: Pin down every curl to keep curl in place. Step 3: After curling all your hair, let it cool for about 5 minutes and take pins out. Step 4: Use a smoothing brush to brush curls out. This shows the vintage curl pattern. Step 5: Wrap the curls around your finger; slide it off then and hold against your head with a or several bobby pins.
The Victory Roll How to get this hairstyle Step 1: Section the part you want to roll up. You can see the image above for directions. Step 2: Apply a smoothing lotion of choice.
Step 3: Back comb hair; this is also known as teasing (It is easier to achieve rolls if hair has some texture), alternatively you can pre curl with tongs/straighter or rollers) Step 4: Roll to your desired style and pin it up with bobby pins. Top Tip: It is easier to achieve rolls if hair has some texture and curls (i.e.: when it has been already set).
The Pompadour How to get this hairstyle Step 1: Backcomb the front section of the hair so it stays in place. Step 2: Spray the backcombed area with light hold hair spray. Step 3: Smooth the edges. Step 4: Curl hair to the side and pin in place. Did You Know: The 2013 retro girl uses a curling iron to achieve this curls but the original 1940s retro girl would wrap strands of wet hair around finger, pin and leave to dry overnight.
The Bouffant How to get this hairstyle Step 1: Start by sectioning individual layers of your hair. Step 2: Take the sectioned hair, spray some hair spray and backcomb. Step 3: Repeat step 2 until all sectioned hair has been sprayed and backcombed. Step 4: Take each sectioned hair and lightly smoothen with a comb and respray. Step 5: When happy with the height, pin it at the back. Alternatively you can curl the tips to add more style.
Wig Style Guide
Selecting the Optimal Wig Style for Your Face Shape By Head Covers Unlimited
Before running out to the nearest wig shop to purchase a wig for your big day or date, consider these tips: Selecting the optimal wig style for your face shape can help you look and feel your best. There are a few ways to determine your face shape: Stand in front of a mirror and pull your hair back. With a bar of soap or lipstick, trace the outline of your face onto the mirror. Compare the outlined shape on the mirror to the pictures below.
Trace the outline of your face from a photograph. Observe to see what shape is revealed. With a ruler or measuring tape: 1. 2. 3. 4.
Measure across the tops of your cheekbones. Measure across your jaw line from the widest point to the widest point. Measure across your forehead at the widest point. Measure from the tip of your hairline to the bottom of your chin.
Wig Style Guide Oval Shaped Face Description: When you measured your face, your length was equal to about one and a half times width. Your face is only slightly narrower at the jaw line than at the temples, with a gently rounded hairline.
Best Choices: Because of your face is balanced and in even proportion, you can wear almost any style. You will look your best in styles that are off the face, accentuating your face shape.
Avoid: Styles with heavy bangs or lots of forward direction, which may add weight to your face
Wig Style Guide Round Shaped Face Description: Your face is approximately twice as wide as it is long. You have a round chin and a round hairline. The widest point is at the cheeks and ears.
Best Choices: Styles that add fullness and height at the crown. Look for off-center parts. You can wear short styles that have a swept back direction or styles that are longer than chin length. If you choose styles that have layers at the top (to achieve fullness) and styles where the rest of the hairpiece is relatively close to the face, your face will appear longer and more narrow.
Avoid: Chin length hair with a rounded line that mirrors the face's circular shape, center parts, very short cropped styles and fullness at the sides of the ears. Rounded styles which end at the chin will add fullness at the widest part of your face, making it appear wider.
Wig Style Guide Heart Shaped Face Description: When you measured your face, it was narrow at the jaw line and wide at the cheekbones and/or forehead. Your face appears wide at the temples and hairline and narrows to a small delicate chin.
Best Choices: Chin length or longer styles, side parted styles, swept forward layers around the upper face, gently wispy bangs. A chin length bob creates a balanced look by giving fullness where you need it. You can wear shorter styles, however, if your face is a dramatic heart shaped face, you will need to choose styles that add weight in the back nape area. By doing so, you will achieve balance between your pronounced cheekbones and narrow chin.
Avoid: Short, full styles with tapered necklines will emphasize the upper face and make you look top-heavy. Too much weight at the crown will give the appearance of a longer, more narrow chin.
Wig Style Guide Square Shaped Face Description: Your face is about as wide as it is long. You have a strong, square jaw line and a square hairline.
Best Choices: Short to medium length styles, especially those with wave or roundness around the face. Look for wispy bangs, off-center parts and height at the crown. Styles with layers and wispy looks will soften the square look of your face. Height at the crown will elongate your symmetrical shape. Styles with curl or wave will balance your straight, symmetrical facial features.
Avoid: Straight bangs with linear lines, center parts, styles that are long and straight. Avoid straight bobs that end at the jaw line. You can wear a layered bob if it ends above or below the jaw line.
Wig Style Guide Diamond Shaped Face Description: Your face is the widest at the cheekbones, with a narrow forehead. Your forehead and jaw line are approximately equal in width. Your shape is a cross between a heart and an oval.
Best Choices: Almost everything works with your balanced face shape. Try a variety of styles. If you are a dramatic diamond shape and desire a short style, choose styles that have weight in the nape area. This will achieve balance between your dramatic cheekbones and delicate chin.
Avoid: You can wear almost anything. If you choose styles with a lot of hair around the face, you will hide your great features
Wig Style Guide Oblong Shaped Face Description: Your face is longer than it is wide. It is about the same width at the forehead and just below the cheekbones. Individuals with oblong shapes may have a very narrow chin or a very high forehead. Your face appears long and slender.
Best Choices: Styles that are short or medium length will minimize the length of your face. It is best to stay with styles that are shoulder length or shorter. Layers add softness to the straight lines of your face. Look for side parts, to minimize the geometric shape. Soft wispy bangs will shorten the appearance of length. Fullness at the sides will add width to the look of your face.
Avoid: Long styles will make your face look even longer. Too much height will lengthen your face. Avoid center parts.
Wig Style Guide Pear Shaped Face Description: Your face is characterized by a narrow forehead and is widest at the jaw, with a round chin.
Best Choices: The best styles will create width at your forehead and temples, giving the illusion of an oval face. They will draw attention to the upper part of your face. Hair should be styled close to the head on the sites and at the nape, to minimize width at the jaw line
Avoid: Full, long styles that emphasize the jaw line.
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