This color was lightened up with a highlight placed throughout her natural brown shade for a highly dimensional and honey-rich feel.

The perimeter of her cut was crafted with a more solid outline with most of the layering being done internally. Next Pon sculpted longer bangs or fringe and tons of layers, including some shorter layers to give a rounded volume on top.


Jesseca’s hair is considered fine but she has a ton of it. Her strands are naturally wavy and were way too long to easily take care of. She was simply ready for a new and more refined look.

For her new look, PON International stylist Kathy Reed created a classically inspired and layered bob with a swoop bang to make it modern. She left Jesseca’s natural color but added two shades of blonde with extensions by Extend Creations then blended the extensions into her cut.


A scissor over comb technique allows thisshort length on the sides to seamlessly blend into a slightly longer top. A small quantity of wax or styling paste provides the right amount of control for this highly polished look.


A tight men’s cut with a slight amount of length on top to show off the natural texture.


A longer and shaggy boys cut with length all over. Apply curl enhancing lotion, comb throuh and allow to airdry.


Sara Wayne of Pon International created a soft and sexy look for Courtney starting with her color. Originally she had outgrown highlights on a natural, but drab looking (level 5/6) blonde base. To soften the look, Sara weaved in honey and golden blonde hues as well as some chunky lowlights for dimension.

For the cut, a more blunt shoulder length perimeter was broken up with some subtle point cutting while the interior was layered and highly texturized for maximum movement.


Kristine Agrusa of The David Salon created long layers for Monica then applied a series of lighter blonde highlights and medium blonde low lights for a softly dimensional feel.


Devon’s long layered strands feature a rich medium copper red color with some deep strawberry blonde highlights. To style, The David Salon’s Erin Duffy first applied a leave in conditioner that was concentrated on her ends for hydration. Silk Therapy was sparingly used at the ends with the residual worked through the rest of her hair.


This finished look involves a highly unique texture with a classically inspired shape. To initiate the texture, her dry hair was curled with an Ergo Ondule iron in a figure-8 pattern (or S curls) in small sections using Redken Fabricate 03 (heat activated texturizer). After the entire head was curled, Redken Workforce 09 (flexible volumizing spray) was layered in to sculpt while pinning the hair into place creating a pompadour shape on top and a “DA” in back.


Hair: ColorWorks National Artistic Team

Makeup: Stephanie Mayo

Wardrobe: Barbara McConaghy


Sandra’s long layers feature a darker brown base with some golden and copper browns throughout for subtle dimension. To style, Cibu Shang High Volumizing Shampoo and Shang High Volumizing Conditioner were used to prepare the hair. Cibu Thickening Paste and Cibu Maximum Volume Mousse were cocktailed together and applied all over on towel-dried hair before blow-drying with a round boar bristle brush directing the hair up at the root for volume.