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The planet's best in hairstyles from top salons and hairstylists.

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  • Hairstyle CollectionsOctober 2014

    CASTINGHAIRCOLOURBEAUTIFULWINTER BLONDES

    DELICIOUSHAIRSTYLES6

  • ON THE COVER

    Hairstyling by: Freda Rossidis & Lucy Cardoza

    Styling by: Marcus Stewart

    Make up by: Kylie OToole

    Photography by: Andrew OToole

    THE PLANETS BEST HAIR, MAKEUP AND BEAUTY

  • 10Ocean Salon

    Classic hair, randomized

    19Dmitri Papas

    Cut and colour, harmonized

    27Tony&Guy

    A shock wave of style

    04Stage

    Hair: Young. Raw. Fresh.

    INSIDE

  • LookBook October 2014 Pg. 4

    ALL LOOKS IN THE STAGE COLLECTION ARE YOUNG, RAW, FRESH LOOKS FOR STREET WISE POWER DRESSERS, DESIGNED

    WITH CAST CLIENTS IN MIND.

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    The hair is moulded with light, wet styling product to bring out natural movement, leaving it looking very chic, understated with a modern cool.

  • LookBook October 2014 Pg. 6

    The pastels of past season have taken root and are part of the palette for a while yet. Powder and frosty tones like iced pink will be more mainstream as this touch of fun takes hold.

  • LookBook October 2014 Pg. 7

    More subtle, freehand, painted-on techniques are now in play. This salon hit will continue for the next season giving clients the versatility in changing or in enhancing tones and adding some sparkle to the hair.

  • LookBook October 2014 Pg. 8

    The return of curl and texture is evident everywhere from the red carpet, catwalk to urban street wear. From full, bouncy soft curls to looser softer waves with the many brilliant new products dedicated to curls have opened many new/ more options for the consumer to play with. Our take on the curl is more urban (Solange Knowles inspired) with a sophisticated finish, wild and bouncy yet shiny and beautiful.

  • LookBook October 2014 Pg. 9

    Hairstyling by Freda Rossidis & Lucy Cardoza

    Styling by Marcus Stewart

    Make Up by Kylie OToole

    Photography by Andrew OToole

    1960s Yves Saint Laurent Sets the STAGE for the CAST Artistic Team

    Fresh, raw and young looks are emerging for street-wise women with power, with determination and direction ... thats the fashion message from CASTs

    new STAGE collection.

    Inspired by Yves Saint Laurents cigarette pant suit era of the 1960s, the hair presents beautiful looks to be presented to CAST clients next season.

    According to CAST artistic team member, Lucy Cardoza, YSL changed womens fashion completely by creating masculine looks like The Tuxedo in response

    to the new feminist era. They were worn with the greatest femininity and allure.

    Today we see the reinvention of Power Dressing!, Lucy said. Other designers like Balenciaga and Givenchy are now showing new versions of the strong

    power dresser on the catwalks.

    CASTs favourite muses for the collection were model Omahyra Mota and Lady Gaga.

    CAST Artistic Director, Freda Rossidis said that the collection reinforced CASTs reputation as the salon for strikingly stunning, street looks and intricate,

    flattering colour.

  • LookBook October 2014 Pg. 10

    DISARRAY

    TOUSLED STYLE FROM CASEY COLEMAN @OCEAN

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    Randomness brings a certain tension to any style.

  • LookBook October 2014 Pg. 12

    The lack of perfectly clean

    lines reflects our love of selfies and spontaneous art.

  • LookBook October 2014 Pg. 13

    The multiple dimension of every part of these

    styles gives the impression of movement

    and art.

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    Pulling a black and white outfit into the look gives the stage to our style which is heavily randomized.

  • LookBook October 2014 Pg. 15

    But building on traditional fashion and style from the 60s as a foundation to add modern twists gives the message of disarray.

  • LookBook October 2014 Pg. 16

    Inspired by ancient royalty,

    with a sharp, modern twist to bring it all

    into the modern age.

  • LookBook October 2014 Pg. 17

    The classics of a bygone era are powerful, and they become explosive when updated with disarray.

  • LookBook October 2014 Pg. 18

    Hair: Casey Coleman @ocean

    Makeup: Eve Marie Parry

    Styling: Owen Moss-Proctor

    Photos: Keith Davies

    DISARRAY

  • LookBook October 2014 Pg. 19

    AURORA BOREALIS

    WHERE COLOUR AND CUTTING INTERSECT, BY DMITRI PAPAS

  • LookBook October 2014 Pg. 20

    This collection began at one point - the intersection between cutting and colour.

  • LookBook October 2014 Pg. 21

    An organic fusion of evocative tones, and sharp, technical cutting, creating an aesthetic that is both forward-thinking and stylistically exciting.

  • LookBook October 2014 Pg. 22

    The collection echoes the breath-taking natural light

    display produced when charged atomic particles

    collide in our atmosphere.

  • LookBook October 2014 Pg. 23

    It highlights precision cutting and styling, enhanced by strong colour with a myriad of reflections and subtle nuances.

  • LookBook October 2014 Pg. 24

    By starting from a place of exploration, Aurora Borealis is a series that draws on the beauty of nature to create an ethereal, cutting-edge glamour.

  • LookBook October 2014 Pg. 25

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    Hair: Dmitri Papas

    Colour: Justin Pace

    Photography: Andrew OToole

    Stylist: Gail Reid

    Make Up: Kylie OToole

    The bright dancing lights of the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights are collisions between electrically charged particles from the sun that enter the

    earths atmosphere. The lights are seen above the magnetic poles of the northern Aurora Borealis and southern Aurora Australis hemispheres.

    The Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights was named after the Roman goddess of dawn Aurora and the Greek name for the north wind Boreas.

    A muted backdrop has been used so the observer is directed to the three chosen aspects of hair, make up and lighting. As a result of the stimulus, Ive

    been able to marry the colour work with the cut designs.

    The use of light angled creates various contoured beams (adding layers) and the focus spotlight enhances the beauty of the metallic made-up faces

    (creating mood and depth.) Using light, dark and bright tones has allowed me to produce the flashes of glow reminiscent of the bright dancing lights of the

    Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights.

    AURORA BOREALIS

  • LookBook October 2014 Pg. 27

    SHOCK WAVE

    BOLD PATTERNS OFFSET SHOCKS OF HAIR AND COLOUR, WITH COS SABKAS AND

    FRANCESCO FONTANA

  • LookBook October 2014 Pg. 28

    Magenta takes over the dominant hue

    in this ultra-volume look,

    complimented by animal-print

    inspired fashion.

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    Sexy and short, these skillfully shaped cuts give an edge to any face.

  • LookBook October 2014 Pg. 30

    Not to be outdone by the drastic fashion, this deliberate form of hair

    brings together texture, colour and art into one

    seamless shape.

  • LookBook October 2014 Pg. 31

    Hair: Cos Sabkas and Francesco Fontana

    Tony&Guy

    Photography: Andrew OToole

    Styling: Sara Dunn

    Make-up: Lan Nguyen

    SHOCK WAVE

  • THE BEST IN BEAUTY

    Official site of Salon Magazine, the leading publication for the business

    of Canadian beauty and style.

    Your inside source for anti-aging, enhancement, and wellness, including the Beauty Finder.

  • THE BEST IN BEAUTY

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    Admin: Candice Besselaar

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    Chair: Brian Light

    Published by Salon Communications Inc. 1902-365 Bloor St. E., Toronto, ON M4W 3L4 Canada

    All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any way without written permission from the publisher.Copyright Salon Communications Inc., 2014.