Haircare Australia

  • Olaplex Education | Your Guide to Using Olaplex

    If you've just received your first shipment of Olaplex, or perhaps you have only just heard about this revolutionary new product but you're too sure how it all works, then look no further. This post will provide you with all of the Olaplex resources you need to successfully implement the Olaplex service in your salon.

    The Website

    With Olaplex recently touching down in Australia, we have launched a brand new Olaplex Australia website. This website is a great resource for more information on the product itself, outlining the basics of what Olaplex can do for your business, and answering most frequently asked Olaplex questions. Updated on a regular basis, the FAQ's on the website are a great place to start your Olaplex education. Click here to answer your Olaplex questions.

    The Webinar

    In addition, there's nothing better than seeing a product in action and Co-VP's of Olaplex education, Slim and Jordan do just that in this comprehensive Olaplex Webinar. This video takes you through every step of the Olaplex process from mixing, formulations, bleach, perms, relaxers, treatments, frequently asked questions much more. An essential tool, this video is a 'must watch' for everyone starting out with Olaplex in their salon.

    The App

    The Olaplex App acts your own personal Olaplex education guide that takes you through the process every step of the way. Available from the App Store for both Android and Apple, you can have Olaplex education on demand, at the tip of your fingers.

    Starting out with a new service that is unlike anything we've ever seen comes with a huge learning curve and resources are becoming increasingly available to assist in making this learning experience as seamless as possible. Keep yourself up-to-date with the FAQ's and also ensure that you look out for any additional education videos we upload.

  • Get Katie Holmes' Hollywood Waves in Six Steps

    Style-icon and Alterna Haircare Ambassador, Katie Holmes stars in Alterna's 2015 campaign with effortless Hollywood waves that most of us have only ever dreamt of, until now.  You too, can now re-create these timeless Hollywood waves in just six simple steps using the Alterna Haircare range. With the help of the luxurious Caviar products, you can create glamorous, polished waves that can be taken from day-to-night and are perfect for every occasion.

    “For this look, we wanted glamour that goes anywhere. I love this look because you can wear it at the Oscars or just for drinks after work with the girls! It's fun with a tease of glamour, polished and classic in a new and romantic way.” – Alterna Haircare's Global Creative Director, Michael Shaun Corby

    Alterna Haircare for Katie Holmes Step-by-Step

    1. Prepare the hair with the Caviar Moisture Shampoo and Conditioner

    2. Apply a small amount of the Caviar CC Cream through mid-lengths to ends to nourish the hair before styling

    3. Apply two palms full of Caviar Volume Amplifying Mousse from the scalp to the ends then blow dry in 5-7cm sections using a medium round brush, try evo's hank ceramic radial brush

    4. Use the blow dryer's cool setting on each section as you wrap it around your finger to form a curl, then pin into place for later

    5. Shape the hair into a glamorous wave using a large bristle brush like evo's bradford pin bristle, by brushing the hair away from the face and allowing it to cascade to one side

    6. Finish with a generous amount of the Caviar Working Hair Spray, making sure to hold the spray at least an arm’s length from the hair

    Click here for more Katie Holmes hair how-to's. 

  • 2015 Hair Trends Straight from New York Fashion Week

    With Mercedes Benz New York Fashion Week AW 2015 over for another year, the latest hair trends are firmly on our radar for the upcoming Winter season. The 2015 hair trends that we've seen grace the catwalk are certainly set to take our Autumn/Winter wardrobe to the next level. With up-do's plenty-full and new takes on old classics, the teams from Moroccanoil and Alterna have crafted looks to suit every style.

    We break down each of the looks and give you tips from some of the worlds most highly regarded stylists.

    Altuzarra | Moroccanoil

    2015 hair trends MoroccanoilTo complement Joseph Altuzarra’s rich textures, colours, embroideries and lacquered lace, Odile Gilbert for Moroccanoil created a textured chignon with a high-shine, wet finish.  Inspired by women who take pleasure in dressing up, the up-do was organic and modernly elegant.

    TIP: To create a rough texture, use a generous amount of Moroccanoil Volumizing Mousse and rake through before roughly drying the hair.

    Badgley Mischka | Moroccanoil

    2015 hair trends Moroccanoil 1 Inspired by the collection concept but with a modern twist, Peter Gray for Moroccanoil created the sexy “Stride of Pride" hairstyle – a loose, textured twist with a sexy edge.  To complement the collection, the style was finished with a gilded rose. This look would be perfect for a formal occasion with all of the glamour of an up-do but simplicity of of effortless waves at the back.

    TIP: To ensure even crown height, count the number of brush strokes and gradually increase strokes as you work towards the top of head (try using the Moroccanoil Boar Bristle Teasing Brush).

    Zac Posen | Moroccanoil

    2015 hair trends Moroccanoil 3We love this vintage look and hope to see a lot more of it throughout the season. Odile Gilbert  was the mastermind behind this look, creating a “controlled glamour” style that is modern and masculine in the front and feminine and chic at the back.

    Cushnie et Ochs | Moroccanoil

    2015 hair trends Moroccanoil 2 Undeniably our favourite look from Autumn/ Winter 2015 so far, this look is so unique yet completely wearable. Inspired by the collection and the contrasting textures found in space, Antonio Corral Calero created the hair style showcasing the duality of soft and strong—distinctly different, but undeniably connected.

    TIP: Use Morccanoil Styling Gel to smooth down the roots to keep hair fly-away-free but with just the right amount of shine.

    Delpozo | Moroccanoil

    2015 hair trends Moroccanoil 6 It was all about the colourful accents at Delpozo' show. Staying on the hair accessories trend, Antonio Corral Calero, Moroccanoil’s global creative director, incorporated the designers’ custom-made, voluminous hair pieces into the style by creating the perfect foundation: healthy, hydrated hair.

    TIP: A cocktail of Moroccanoil Original Treatment and Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream act as the perfect foundation for any healthy and glamorous style.

    Marchesa | Moroccanoil

    2015 hair trends Moroccanoil 5 Inspired by the soft sensuality and opium desire of the 1920’s Gatsby-era, Antonio Corral Calero for Moroccanoil created the glamorous faux-bob style at the Marchesa show. A trend we're seeing a lot more in 2015 is the faux-bob and this unique look shows it done to perfect using the Moroccanoil range.

    TIP: Brush out your tight curls with the Moroccanoil Boar Bristle Classic Brush to give soft, shiny waves.

    Monique Lhuillier | Moroccanoil

    2015 hair trends Moroccanoil 4 At the Monique Lhuillier show there were this time not one but three distinct hairstyles created by Bob Recine. The three styles were inspired by the individuality, edginess and sultriness of the modern woman. Monique’s modern twist on 1920’s feminine silhouettes, created the perfect foundation for the sensual and sculpted styles. The Top Knot, Asymmetrical Ponytail and Straight Style capture some of the key looks of the season.

    Lela Rose | Alterna

    2015 hair trends Alterna Hair CareRenowned editorial stylist Esther Langham created this gorgeous up-do for Lela Rose. An effortless do that has to be one of the hottest hair trends for 2015.

    TIP: Use Alterna Bamboo 48 Hour Sustainable Volume Spray to accentunate your hair's natural texture.

    Georgine  | Alterna

    2015 hair trends Alterna Hair Care 1The overall look for Georgine was a tribute to the 20s/30s, but with an element of the  70s with the shape of the curls. It’s very “European Café” style – very strong and modern.

    TIP: For those of you with tight curls like this, use Alterna's Kendi Dry Oil to help control frizz and give extra shine.

  • How To: Sleek Ponytail from TOME NYFW 2015

    evo hair once again saw itself and the forefront of New York Fashion Week as Lauren McCowan and her team from the evo New York Study Tour styled TOME's Autumn Winter 2015 runway show. Creating an effortless yet sleek ponytail, Lauren's hair direction was the perfect compliment to TOME's tailoring. In six simple steps this post will give you the tips to recreate this stunning sleek ponytail yourself. Your go-to hairstyle for the upcoming winter months.

    evo hair sleek ponytail TOME 2015

    "The inspiration for the look came directly from tome’s collection, they have become synonymous with classic structure and exquisite tailoring, but with unexpected finishes and fabrics. the looks for the collection were quite ladylike, so we wanted to bring a sport luxe feel to the hair and a really effortless finish to offset the tailoring of the collection; maintaining that hint of the unexpected. An effortless sleek ponytail that brings out the shape of the face with texture and
    separation, enabling the focus to remain on the tome collection and to add a sporty edge to ladylike construction" - Lauren McCowan Hair Director

    vo hair sleek ponytail TOME 2015 1

    Step 1

    Spray in evo root canal around the front hair line, through the sides and the top of the head to the crown and comb back with a wide tooth comb. Dry with a blow-dryer.

    Step 2

    Layer evo shebang-a-bang over the front of the hair and rake in for separation and texture.

    Step 3

    Set the sides of the hair with evo helmut light hairspray and work hair into a low ponytail at the nape of the neck.

    Step 4

    Using a thin elastic or hat elastic and secure hair into a tight ponytail at the base of the hair.

    Step 5

    Detail ponytail with evo shebang-a-bang sprayed only into random areas of the tail, for an unexpected clash of texture and definition.

    Step 6

    To control flyaways around the front of the hair, use a touch of evo casual act to control the front hairline without looking too done.

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    The Autumn Winter show this year was not just your average collection showcase, but also the début of Sarah Jessica Parker's shoe collaboration with TOME. The evo team were given the rare and exciting chance to meet the fashion queen herself backstage, the ultimate fashion week experience for the lucky team.

    Find out more about the evo brand here and how you can become an evo stockist. 

  • Cloud Nine Hair | The Minimalist

    Minimalism, the clean slate of fashion, the class act, the reserved sibling of ornamental trend. Minimalism describes movements in various forms of art and design, especially visual art and music, wherein artists intend to expose the essence or identity of a subject through eliminating all non-essential forms or features. This concept is about putting the power of Cloud Nine Hair on show with a clean, crisp background. No tricks, no distractions, the styling and silhouette are clean and simple to give way to effortless hair that every girl wants to have.

    The Minimalist features eight unique looks that capture the essence of simplicity whilst still giving a jaw-dropping impact. Reflecting the versatility of the Cloud Nine Hair styling range, each look relays the endless capabilities of the tool portfolio. The styles are fashion forward and bring runway worthy hair to life, yet are accessible to every women.

    Cloud Nine Hair

    This campaign has been designed to reflect the diversity of the Cloud Nine styling range with each of the featured looks depicting a style that can be crafted using the entire Cloud Nine hair styling range. Unlike previous Cloud Nine campaigns, The Minimalist showcases looks that can be created using multiple tools from the hair straightener range, the curling wand range and of course Cloud Nine's signature heated roller system, The O.

    Created in New York by Cloud Nine Creative Director, Lauren McCowan, The Minimalist encapsulates the true spirit of the fashion capital of the world. In support of the hero shots, Lauren also crafted a short film to bring The Minimalist  to life. The film will make its début at the  Australia Hair Fashion Awards 2015, after cementing its finalist position in the Hair Fashion Video Award category.

    Cloud Nine Hair

    Hair Director: Lauren McCowan
    Hair Assistant: Jennipher Van Bogart
    Photography: Jessie English
    Styling: Bex Sheers
    Make-up: Ingeborg

    Behind the scenes of The Minimalist

  • How to get Voluminous Hair with Moroccanoil

    Carefully crafted to weightlessly transform fine hair from lifeless to lively the Moroccanoil Volume Series is at the heart of the full-bodied luscious hair you've always wanted. We're all about voluminous hair and with Moroccanoil it's never been easier to inject some much needed fullness and life into your locks. Here you will find out how to use the Moroccanoil Volume Series to enhance voluminous hair and get some insightful tips from Moroccanoil's Global Creative Director, Antonio Corral Calero.

     

    The Volume Series

    At the foundation of the Moroccanoil Volume family is the Extra Volume Shampoo and Conditioner, which weightlessly sets the scene for body and movement. Next in line is the Moroccanoil Volumising Mousse, with no sticky-residue and enriched with added conditioners to improve the health of the hair, it really is the perfect styling mousse. The cherry on top and the newest edition to the Volume Series is the backstage Fashion Week favourite, Root Boost. Enriched with Moroccanoil's signature Argan Oil to nourish the scalp and hair this long-lasting spray fortifies and thickens hair at the root, giving every style full-bodied lift and texture.

     

    3 quick steps to voluminous hair

    1. Spray Moroccanoil Root Boost generously over towel-dried hair at the roots. Use fingers to massage and work product in at the roots.

    2. Layer in Moroccanoil Volumising Mousse from mid-shaft to ends for enhanced body and movement. To activate product, blow-dry in sections, lifting hair away from the scalp using a radial brush.

    3. Finish with a few drops of Moroccanoil Treatment on the ends. To reactivate volume, tousle at roots with fingertips.

     

    Watch this video on how to get big volume with brilliant voluminous hair tips.

     

    Your Volume Questions Answered

    Global Creative Director Antonio Corral Calero unveils the the secrets behind long-lasting volume.

    1. What are some of the factors that cause loss of volume?

    Humidity and styling products that are too heavy for your hair are two factors that actually cause loss of hair volume. Also, over-conditioning your hair can result in less volume.

    2. Are there specific haircuts or styles that make hair look more voluminous?

    If your hair is fine, I recommend opting to take off some length because added weight, such as long length, can make the hair appear flat. Also, if you feel like you need something to lift your hair, adding some soft layers to create movement will you give you that extra height you're looking for.

    3. How can I create big, voluminous hairstyles if my hair is fine?

    It's all about the right products. Starting with a good base is really essential, so I recommend using Moroccanoil Extra Volume Shampoo and Conditioner as the perfect prep. I also recommend using Moroccanoil Treatment Light to protect fine strands. Of course Moroccanoil Root Boost and Volumising Mousse are essentials too.

    4. What is the best way to blow-dry hair for a full-bodied style?

    I recommend using Moroccanoil Root Boost at the scalp to create a textured foundation and then 'rough-drying' your hair until it's almost dry. Afterwards, lightly smooth the ends out with your favourite round brush (try Moroccanoil Boar Bristle Round Brush) to tame and control hair. Another great trick to create volume at home is to use your fingers to flip your hair upside down once the hair is almost completely dry and use a large round brush to smooth just the ends.

    5. Teasing will create volume at the roots, but is there a right or wrong way to tease?

    Teasing the hair is a great way to create extra volume, but always use light backstrokes when teasing your hair. If you use heavy, short strokes, you run the risk of damaging and breaking your hair.

    6. What are insider backstage and red carpet tips for voluminous hair?

    The rough-dry technique - blow-drying without a brush, combined with the amazing versatility of the new Moroccanoil Root Boost, it's our secret weapon for great volume backstage. This season we created a modern 'old Hollywood glamour' style for the Jenny Packham Spring Summer '15 show at New York Fashion Week with a lot of bounce and volume. See a sneak peak from behind the scenes here.

     

    If you would like to become a Moroccanoil stockist or would like to find your nearest Moroccanoil salon please contact us today.

  • The Best Pomade and it's Australian Ambassadors

    Barbers around Australia have been quietly rallying to become ambassadors of the best pomade to take the barbering world by storm; Reuzel . With a cult like following, the founders of Reuzel – The Schorem Barbers of Rotterdam - have established themselves as a household name amongst the barbering community. Well known for their men-only barbershop, Haarsnijder en Barbier, Scumbag barbers Leen and Bertus are preserving the vanishing craft of barbering. In their mission to preserve the traditional barbering art form, the duo is passing on their knowledge and passion through the wonderful world of social media and their new barbering academy in the heart of Rotterdam.

    With the simple question "are you Australia's biggest scumbag?” put to Australian barbers, Haircare Australia have been overwhelmed with the number of barbers entering the competition. Video entries showcased the barbers’ passion for conserving this craft, each with a unique spin and fresh perspective. After lengthy consideration, Denis and Alen from Barber Bros & Co on the Gold Coast and Sean Palmer of Uncle Joe’s in Perth were to be donned the worthy ambassadors of Reuzel Australia and the tickets were booked to attend the Schorem Academy in Rotterdam.

    Barber Bros & Co

    With Alen and Denis having an impressive 20 years of barbering experience between them, it’s no wonder they reaped such success with their Barber Bros & Co venture. Opening its doors in December 2013, Barber Bros & Co is carefully based on the Schorem ethos, providing patrons with an experience that boasts a warm, friendly feeling, oozing in old-school charm. With some 400 clients coming through the doors each week, Barber Bros & Co goes to every length to ensure a masculine atmosphere with attention to every tiny detail of the barbering experience. From barber chairs dating back to 1907, a 100-year-old cash register to the vintage timber and exposed brick, authenticity exudes.

    With such an innate respect for barbering, inspired by the greats, Alen and Denis take the time to educate their patrons about the bygone era of traditional barbering. But, most importantly provide patrons with what they describe as the most ruthless, rag haircuts and hot towel shaves. Of the sound opinion that barbering is not about fashion, but instead about style and tradition, they base their careers on respecting the barbering heritage and the products like Reuzel that so perfectly compliment it.

    Reuzel Pomade Ambassadors Alen & Denis

    Uncle Joe’s

    Starting his barbering career in 2007, Sean Palmer has spent the best part of it working alongside some of the world’s most experienced barbers, especially during his time in the UK.  Joining the Uncle Joe’s team not long after its opening in 2013, Sean has seen the shop develop into a barbering experience worthy of the curiosity and popularity it now receives. Not just your average barbershop, Uncle Joe’s offers it’s grooming facilities to punters from all walks of life; mixed with the fresh vibes from the men’s clothing store and café attached. In keeping with barbershop tradition, Uncle Joe’s features recycled materials that perfectly compliment the 100-year-old chairs and traditional barbering tools and products on display.

    Sean’s passion is kept alive by the barbering industry’s ability to constantly challenge and open the mind. He recognises that there is always room to learn and new styles and techniques are always needed, provide fresh cuts and shaves that make his clients feel like a boss is his ultimate mission. Having trained in a traditional barbershop dating back to the 1930’s, Sean has a keen eye for the finesse of men’s grooming, hoping to bring the old-school techniques to the surface for today’s barbershop dwellers.

    Reuzel Pomade Amabassador Sean Palmer

    With such dedication to the barbering profession and respect for Schorem and the Reuzel brand, there really are no better barbers for the job. Each recognises the Reuzel ethos and base their careers on preserving the very tradition that Reuzel is trying to preserve. The trio will start their official duties as Ambassadors next year, kicking things off with a once in a life time trip to Rotterdam to train with the Scumbags themselves.  Schorem Barbering courses hosted by these new ambassadors will be rolled out across the country in 2015.

    If you would like to become a Reuzel stockist, call 1300 437 430 or email sales@haircareaust.com.

  • No More Hair Breakage with Olaplex

    As most of us know, the age old problem with colouring hair is that no matter how healthy the hair is, breakage can still occur, especially when trying to go lighter. This worry is now just that; an old problem. The solution is here, it’s called Olaplex and it could just be the Holy Grail of hair colouring. This revolutionary product allows your hair to be coloured or lightened at any level without any breakage whatsoever. To never break hair again is a huge claim, but we’ve seen and heard from some of the biggest names in the industry, that it really does work.

    What makes Olaplex so special?

    Olaplex  truly is different, it has two of the world’s leading PHD’s in Materials and Chemistry that had never worked on hair products before, Dr. Eric Pressly and Dr. Craig Hawker. With their fresh outlook, this dream team invented a single ingredient, that is free of silicone or oils, that links broken bonds in the hair during and after chemical services making them stronger than they were before. It may all sound like the same old mumbo jumbo, but check out what top colourists are saying about Olaplex all over social media (#olaplex). As they say, the proof is in the pudding.

    “If you have ever had clients who worry about their hair breaking off from the colouring process, tell the, ‘don’t worry, I use Olaplex. Not only does it help prevent breakage, my clients tell me that their hair feels stronger, silky and fuller. This is a brand new hair care product unlike any other, and it makes my job a hell of a lot less stressful.” – Tracey Cunningham


    Olaplex works with all manufacture's formulas

    All lightener and colour is designed to break bonds in the hair. If you’re not breaking bonds, you can’t lift or deposit colour. Olaplex multiplies and rebuilds those bonds stronger than they were before.

    It’s no hassle to use

    You just add Olaplex Bond Multiplier directly into colour or lightener then add the Bond Perfector after your rinse . The client takes the Hair Perfector No. 3 home as part of the professional service to use once a week.

    Works on every clients hair

    Olaplex has been tested on virtually every hair type and it works. Asian, Caucasian, African American, previously chemically processed and virgin. There are no ends to it’s talent.

    To register your interest call 1300 437 436

  • Get the Latest Hair Trends Straight from the Catwalk

    From New York to Milan, Moroccanoil was present at Fashion Weeks around the world for yet another season. With Moroccanoil's lead stylists creating looks for some of the fashion industry's biggest players it's only fair that we share with you the latest hair trends straight from all of the amazing catwalk shows. These hair looks will be the perfect compliment to your spring/summer looks for 2015.

    Temperley London - London Fashion Week 

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    This season the Temperley London girl's look is effortless, sleek and youthful. While she is laid back and relaxed, her hair is healthy and sophisticated. We love this polished look created by Moroccanoil Global Creative Director Antonio Corral Calero.

    TIP: Moroccanoil Original Treatment and Glimmer Shine Spray are essentials for this look. 

    Kristian Aadnevik - London Fashion Week

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    Inspired by the powerful yet sensual women, the hair Antonio created for this collection is designed to compliment the clothing, borrowing the use of golden leather to add embellishment to a beautiful hair knot feature. A twist on the ever popular top knot we are seeing so much of this season.

    TIP: Use Moroccanoil Styling Gel to add texture and hold

    Missoni - Milan Fashion Week

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    Paul Hanlon for Moroccanoil created super-sleek ponytails with a feminine turban twist that incorporated the signature striped and geometric patterns from the Missoni collection. This sensual look would be perfect for a hot summers day, of course with lots of Moroccanoil Luminous Shine hairspray to fight humidity and keep hair fly-away free.

    Just Cavalli - Milan Fashion Week 

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    To compliment the 70's silhouettes and light-spirited collection, lead stylist James Pecis created a bohemian hairstyle featuring loose, just-woken-up waves with a chic, shiny finish.

    TIP: Use Moroccanoil Curl Defining Cream for definition and hold

    Blumarine - Milan Fashion Week 

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    One of our favourite looks of the season are the soft waves James Pecis created for Blumarine. A small amount of Moroccanoil Root Boost and Original Treatment was used for lift and a smooth shiny finish. We love!

    Christophe Lemaire - Paris Fashion Week

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    Another of our favourites, Delphine Curteille crafted this stunning asymmetrical hairstyle with a slight wet effect. The signature products used to create this look include Moroccanoil Frizz Control to avoid fly-aways and Moroccanoil Molding Cream to give body and thickness to the hair.

    Barbara Bui - Paris Fashion Week

    Latest Hair Trends Moroccanoil

    Taking it back to the 90's Damien Boissinot opted for double texture for Barbara Bui, with a wet effect near the face and dry hair at the back. A perfect style for those hot days when you need a bit of glamour but want to keep the hair off of your face.

    TIP: Liberally use Moroccanoil Volumizing Mousse to give the illusion of wet hair

    Cushnie Et Ochs - New York Fashion Week

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    Looking to add a bit of excitement to your ponytail? Antonio's look for Cushnie Et Ochs is the perfect solution. The sleek ponytail inspired by Cleopatra features a double elastic that creates a puffed element of sophistication to the top of the ponytail.

    TIP: Use Moroccanoil Boar Bristle Brush to get the perfect fly-away free ponytail

    Delpozo - New York Fashion Week

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    Another ponytail alternative is the low style Antonio created for Delpozo in New York. In keeping with the photography, Antonio created a geometric line and kept the hair completely straight.

    TIP: Moroccanoil Heat Styling Protection is great for adding a slight hold while protecting the hair, great for straight looks like this

    Jenny Packham - New York Fashion Week

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    Big voluminous curls will never go out of fashion and we can't get enough of the ones created for Jenny Packham's SS '15 collection. Inspired by old Hollywood glamour, Antonio crafted beautifully polished curls using the Moroccanoil range. Read the full how-to here.

    Monique L'huillier - New York Fashion Week

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    Lead stylist Recine created a sleek, sophisticated and elegant look to compliment the dreamlike collection of Monique L'huiller. The perfect elegant style that can be worn day or night.

    TIP: A spritz of Moroccanoil Glimmer Shine Spray adds the perfect final touch

    Jill Stuart - New York Fashion Week

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    Celebrity stylist James Pecis created sexy, luxe waves with a fresh youthful twist for Jill Stuart. This  classic can be worn day or night and never seems to get old. Find out how to recreate the look here.

  • YS Park Brushes are Available in Australia Now

    YS Park brushes are the perfect companion to your skill and creativity. Taking the world by storm with their revolutionary range of professional styling tools, YS Park brushes are now available at Haircare Australia.

    YS Park brushes 2With an unparalleled commitment to research and development of the highest quality professional hair tools, YS Park is changing the game for hairdressers. The fully comprehensive and versatile range acts as a foundation for all facets of hairdressing, from hair pins to the ultimate styling brushes and everything in between. With such a strong range of professional styling tools, YS Park can cater the individual stylist right the way through to an entire salon floor.

    Using only the highest grade materials for comfort, precision and durability these innovative, luxurious tools are a dream to work with, providing the best salon quality results with every use.

     

  • Hair Styling Tips from Cloud Nine

    Award-winning Editorial Stylist, Sarah Laidlaw our newest Cloud Nine Ambassador joined forces with fellow Ambassador, Teneile Robinson in Sydney to teach some of the household names of the blogging world the latest and greatest in hair styling with Cloud Nine.

    Hair Styling Tips Cloud Nine 1

    In an intimate look-and-learn, the group were taught how to create Victoria Secret Curls using the Waving Wand and the so hot right now; Wavy Lob using the Micro Wand. Sarah and Teneile also treated the class to a range styling tips and ways to get the most out of the Cloud Nine range; here are some of our favourites. 

    Hair Friendly Heat

    Sarah and Teneile outlined that being able to select the temperature of a heated styling tools is absolutely essential, especially when it comes to styling dry, damaged or colour-treated hair. In order to rebuild the health of the hair you need to be able to use heat protection sprays that won't evaporate due to extreme heats. When you style your hair at higher temperatures you're removing the water from the hair which means it struggles to hold it's shape for long periods of time.

    Keeping your Curls Curly

    So often we let curls drop straight after styling which really hinders the curls ability to hold shape and bounce. Sarah enlightened us that we need to become better friends with hair pins and spend the extra couple of seconds pinning our hair after curling it. The result? A longer lasting more curly curl.

    Hair Styling Tips Cloud Nine

     

  • Moroccanoil Inspired Video Series has Arrived

    Moroccanoil has proudly launched it's new advertising campaign that encompasses a series of videos, created to inspire, celebrate and empower women around the globe, Moroccanoil Inspired. The short-film series for the Inspired by Women Campaign is helmed by film-maker Bryce Dallas Howard and Academy Award and Emmy -winning producers Radical Media. Joining Moroccanoil on this journey to celebrate the strength in every woman is the beautiful Inspired by Women Ambassador, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.

    Women have always been the inspiration behind the Moroccanoil brand. Moreover, Moroccanoil has always understood that it only takes one moment of inspiration to ignite positive change. The brand’s own journey started with a pivotal moment of inspiration that revolutionised the beauty industry, creating an all-new oil-infused hair care category and an iconic brand in less than a decade. As the next evolution for Moroccanoil, Inspired by Women provides a global platform for five passionate, courageous women to share their unique personal journeys from experiencing a single moment of inspiration to making a profound impact on the world.

    “With Moroccanoil Inspired by Women, we wanted to take our notion of beautiful transformations to the next level—by empowering women to discover beauty through inspiration,” says Moroccanoil Co-founder, Carmen Tal. “Rosie is a timeless, global beauty who exudes confidence, inner strength and a down-to-earth quality that embodies the Moroccanoil aesthetic. We’re delighted to have her join Moroccanoil on our journey to empower all women with self-confidence and a fearless drive to pursue their dreams,” adds Tal.

    “I am honored to join Moroccanoil in celebrating these remarkable women. It is my hope that their inspirational stories will encourage women to make a difference in their lives and to others,” says Huntington-Whiteley.

    At the heart of the campaign is Inspired, a short-film series that discovers beauty through inspiration, directed by dynamic and versatile storyteller Bryce Dallas Howard. The series features the stories of five extraordinary women driven to make a positive impact in the world, and also explores what it means to lead an inspired life as seen through the eyes of Ambassador Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.

    Featuring a musical score by Grammy Award-winning film composer Lorne Balfe, the series includes the following five “Inspired” women:

    Chrissy Beckles steps into the ring to fight for those who can’t. This trained boxer founded The Sato Project to save abandoned dogs on Puerto Rico’s “Dead Dog Beach.”

    Rebecca Welsh helps homeless and at-risk youth around the world to start a new life. The HALO Foundation provides these children with basic needs and essential life skills, using art therapy to help them heal from the past and imagine the future.

    Jessica O. Matthews incites change through innovation. She's the Co-founder and CEO of the organization Uncharted Playand inventor of the SOCCKET—a soccer ball that generates free, renewable energy by harnessing the kinetic power of play.

    Kavita Shukla designs simple solutions to complex global challenges. She is the Founder and CEO of Fenugreen, a social enterprise taking on global food waste and hunger, and the inventor of FreshPaper—a piece of paper infused with spices that keeps fruits and vegetables fresh 2–4 times longer.

    Allyson Ahlstrom transforms the looks—and lives—of at-risk teen girls. When she was just 14, she started the mobile boutique Threads For Teenswhich provides free, brand-new clothes to teen girls across the U.S.

    Watch the video series here

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