Who Knew Backward Could Be So Forward?
Progressive Riah Salon, Hair spelled backward is anything but.
By Kathryn Holl
What do you do when you’re getting married in Australia and your colorist/stylist is in Manhattan? Fly her to Sydney, of course! That’s what one of Ann Minihan’s many loyal clients did on her big day because she just didn’t want to trust her tresses to anyone else. So we decided to seek her advice <... >
You’ve spent months pouring over dresses, flowers, colors, cake flavors, plates – you name it, you’ve thought about it for at least a week. And now at last, all of that planning gets to go to you. Your hair is just as important as your dress and makeup are and getting the right color and <... >
Finding your soul mate can be a long and arduous process, worth it in the end as you walk down the aisle to your betrothed, but definitely a journey. Finding someone to do your hair for your wedding can be oddly similar. Sometimes you have to sift through a large number of choices to find <... >
With so many bridal styles to choose from, it’s important to have the best tools in the trade to get the job done. Whether you sport an updo, loose waves, or stick-straight strands, here’s a few product suggestions for how to get the hair you’re hoping and a wishing for. Want to have do-it-yourself bridal <... >
Are you a curly girl headed down the aisle and you’re not sure how to wear your hair? Well, fret no more because BN has found a fabulous source for answers to your biggest curl questions, NaturallyCurly.com. Founded by Michelle Breyer and Gretchen Heber, two women who couldn’t find any solutions to their curl concerns, <... >
Let’s face it. The word “itch” isn’t exactly associated with the most pleasant of things: jock itch, the seven-year itch, and when it comes to hair – itchy scalp. We’d like to paint a better picture but the truth is that dry, itchy scalp is a common issue that many people face. When irritated, the <... >
I’ve lived in New York for over ten years, and I’ve had my share of salon experiences. And as a hair care editor with BN for almost three years now (yeah team!), I know the score. But even I was breathless after my experience at the Eiji Salon (pronounced A-Gee). What made this so different <... >
The winter of our hair’s discontent is finally drawing to a close. No more dry heat from indoors, no more static strands with split ends, no more flaky scalps and drab, cold color. It’s time to breathe new life into your locks, and Beauty News NYC is determined to help you get there with the <... >
A New Hue Transitioning Tresses Report, Part 2: Color Creation and Care with Ken Paves
By Stef Schwalb
The bold and the beautiful head to celeb stylist Ken Paves for great cuts and exquisite color. He’s been the mane man for JLo, Celine Dion, and Heather Locklear, and the color creator behind the beautiful blonde and brunette locks of the Simpson sisters. He has been featured in numerous magazines, and on “Oprah,” as <... >
Clarify What will they think of next? Just when you thought you’ve seen it all when it comes to shampoos and conditioners, now the folks at Pureology are using nanotechnology to cater to color-treated hair. Pureology AntifFade shampoo and conditioner (from the NANOWorks Luxury Shampoo line) claim to use nanotechnology, the science and control of <... >