New York Fashion Week is making low ponytails the stand out hair trend for fall 2014. Several designers sent low slung styles down the catwalk, making this subtle, chic and polished style an emerging star for 2014. If you add it to your styling arsenal now, you’ll be ahead of the pack. For our tips on the right products and tools to make it lively not lifeless, see below... 
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Fraying the texture of a fishtail braid is intricate, visually interesting, and adds the trend for disheveled, lived-in elegance to your look. The trick is to master the basic fishtail first, and then experiment with exciting variations. To get started, keep reading...
 
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Men's apparel has moved passed khakis, polos, and oxfords and on to more streamlined and interesting pieces. Hair has gone in the same direction. 2014 will be a year of progression, inspired by music the looks will evolve from prim, slicked-back styles to easy, looser shapes.... 
 
The year begins with more barbered looks; think of the 1950s war hero, tapered and...
Sweetheart ‘S’ shaped curls are going to be one of the year’s big hairstyling trends and Alicia Sanz got the ball rolling with this stand-out look at the Wolf of Wall Street Premiere. Few of us are blessed with a natural texture like this, so the trick is to use products and tools to make it yours. Here are our tips...
 
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Staged annually, ARROJO Underground is a prism to see the latest hair-focused trends and techniques from our world-class team in a series of fast-paced runway presentations. Held in our studio space, Sunday December 8, this year’s show features everyone from recent cosmetology graduates to world-renowned master stylists showcasing skills that push the art and the craft of hairdressing into...
Tim Duenas creates runway looks for luminaries like Carolina Herrera and Betsy Johnson, leads hair direction on TV shows like Project Runway and Glee, and shapes trends at international shows and seminars. Since joining our team in 2010 he’s impressed us with his commitment to clients, craftsmanship, creativity, and education. He recently became a Master Stylist –– a title we only give...
After a long and successful career including traveling the globe with Wella, editorial runway shows for the likes of Romeo Gigli and Versace, and being the lead educator at Vancouver’s most successful salon, Hunter McLeod joined our team in 2007, and quickly became one of our most popular and respected stylists. After a hiatus in hometown Vancouver, we are thrilled to welcome back...
With celebrity and press hype surrounding the avant-garde brand, Rob Garcia’s En Noir Spring / Summer 2014 Ready-to-Wear collection was Sunday’s most anticipated New York Fashion Week Show. Held at Milk Studios, Garcia’s theatrical presentation showed clothes among an interactive art installation resembling a volcanic wasteland complete with video, molten rock scenery, and interpretive...
Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC, August 1-3. Lingerie Fashion Week, the first Fashion Week exclusively dedicated to intimates, follows up its February debut with their Spring/Summer 2014 show.  And with a team of ARROJO stylists shaping all the hairstyles, each slinky outfit  is complemented with beautiful, trend-conscious hair... 
 
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Recognized from seven seasons as the hairdressing host on TLC’s What Not to Wear, Nick Arrojo is revered for a signature razor-cutting technique, and for building America’s leading independent hairdressing brand. Now the Special Creative Artist for Goldwell, after 30+ years as a stylist he still takes clients on the salon floor. Here’s his message about the philosophy of our New York City...

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