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Classically Coiffed
Classically Coiffed

Iconic American designer Ralph Lauren stays true to his tradition by depicting minimal, classic hairstyles at the New York City show

Hippie Chic
Hippie Chic

A hippie-inspired look captivated the crowds at the Alberta Ferretti show in Manhattan



MASTERCLASS
Neo-Business / Neo Business
Category: CUT
Hair: Keune International Academy Team
Makeup: Dominique Samuel
Photo: Hans de Vries
STYLE Ilanga van Throo

MASTERCLASS
Liquescent
Category: COLOR
Hair: Damien Carney
Color: Sue Pemberton
Photo: Damien Carney
PRODUCT brand neutral


World Traveler
World Traveler

Unite's star stylist Kevin Ryan drew inspiration from the well traveled women

Slip Knot Chic
Slip Knot Chic

Learn to fashion this chic slip knot-in a flash!



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Star Gazing -
Thomas Dunkin

Star Gazing

Sebastian Professional is seeking a winner!

Sebastian Professional's What's Next Challenge is underway and Sebastian is calling on you to enter its first-ever online global competition! The judges are stargazing for the galaxy's top trendsetters, from pioneering hairstylists to other beauty junkies, and will appoint two winners who will attend New York Fall '12 Fashion Week.

Sebastian Professional Lead Stylist Design Team Member and What's Next Challenge judge Thomas Dunkin divulges what he's looking for in a winning submission!

Q: Can you describe some of the looks you've seen so far?
Dunkin: There's been an incredibly diverse, eclectic mix of hairstyles and from what I've seen, there are a lot of talented people out there. The standard is incredibly high!

Q: What types of looks have you liked and disliked?
Dunkin: It's hard to say what I like most at the moment because there's an amazing display of talent and stylist personas evident in each look.

Q: What would you like to see more of?
Dunkin: Curly textures! Curls with texture are so under used. They have the fantastic ability of combining styles as extreme and diverse as a space-aged fictional look with the softest, most feminine styles.

Q: What are your criteria for judging?
Dunkin: I judge the submissions based on the following criteria: how well the hairstyle complements the model's face and body shape, how the how the hair contributes to the attitude projected in the picture, and whether or not it shows the best use of product. Product use can be heavy or light, but it must look like a professional applied it.

Q: Why people should enter?
Dunkin: People should enter because there's no other hair company that offers such a unique opportunity for stylists to submit personal interpretations of an image with hair as the focal point. I've seen hundreds of variations of product used to create the most diverse hairstyles. It's a great chance to work with the best products and to get credible recognition within the industry.

Q: What do you like about the contest?
Dunkin: I love the contest for the response it gets from participants. It's incredible to see such honest dedication to creating new looks and it's exciting for me to be involved with such a progressive, creative company with so many talented people on board.

The competition ends November 30th so enter now for your chance to watch art come to life at New York Fall '12 Fashion Week! For details on entering, visit, http://www.whatsnextchallenge.com.












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