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Cher Horowitz once wisely said, "'Tis a far, far better thing, doing stuff for other people.” And, that adage holds true for many hairstylists, who sport wash-and-wear styles of a most ascetic aesthetic so as to put their full energy into their clients’ ‘dos. But, some stylists do make an effort for other people and themselves — from a hair perspective, anyway.
The stylists we're featuring ahead are turning their talents to their own tresses, creating stunning advertisements for their best work. Here, a roundup of fabulously coiffed gals (and one guy) in the hair biz and what they use on their own manes. Snag these pro tips, and use them to tame your own 'do.
Longtime stylist to Lady Gaga, former creative director of Mugler, and now artistic director of Diesel, Nicola Formichetti is an expert juggler. Between various big-time gigs (and his adorable pups) he somehow finds the time to work on independent projects — the biggest and frilliest of which is now read
Living in an urban area means that finding that charmingly cozy apartment on a tree-lined street is a rare and coveted achievement — but it's not impossible. The photos to follow show that Homepolish designer Danielle and her two roommates scored big. After a year's worth of work, they turned their 700-square-foot read