Pamella Roland Resort 2018- Hair by: Marshall Lin for Frederic Fekkai

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Cher has been a style icon since she took the stage, and although she has had her ups and downs, her style was one thing that always triumphed. Being unapologetically herself, she takes risks and makes bold statements with her look. This year at the Pamella Roland Show, Frédéric Fekkai Lead Stylist Marshall Lin created “Cher Hair.” A straight blowout with her classic middle part, the look evoked a glimpse of the 70s set against the chic feel of the show. Read on to get the step-by-step to this fabulous look.


1. Start off by applying Fekkai Blowout Primer to the hair.

2. Next, straighten hair perfectly so it’s silky and straight. Create a part at the center.

3. Section the hair to the point of the ear. Comb or brush the hair silky and tight to the nape of the neck.

4. Bring together both sides and form a low ponytail. Brush hair down over ponytail.

5. Finish off the look adding a touch of Fekkai Blowout Sealing Serum to the front for serious shine and Fekkai Sheer Hold Hairspray all around to hold in place.


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Floral. Daydream for Rose & Ivy Journal Magazine/ Hair by Marshall Lin


Rose & Ivy Journal Magazine

Photographer by Alison Dulaney

Model- Allie Lewis from IMG model

Hair- Marshall Lin

Make up- Robert Reyes

Stylist-Ana Tess

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I first met Marshall Lin backstage during New York Fashion Week where he was creating beautiful brushed waves for Alice and Olivia’s AW 2016 show. The way we saw him set and brush the model’s hair was just as enchanting as his warm and inviting personality. A stylist at Frederick Fekkai for nearly 10 years, Marshall has made a name for himself in the industry amongst the fashion elite, styling stars such as Kate Bosworth, Olivia Palmero, Christina Aguilera, Owen Wilson and Coco Rocha as well as working shows for Rachel Zoe, Oscar de la Renta, Valentino, Diane Von Faustenberg, Proenza Schouler, Vera Wang, Thakoon, Rag and Bone, and Rachel Roy. While he was using Fekkai products when we met him, we had to wonder what else the Mane Master swears by. Take a look inside Marshall Lin’s bag…



  • All the products I use create that no-product-used effect, for hair that looks beautiful and seemingly free of any styling products.
  • Frederic Fekkai Full Blown Volume Lightweight Styling Whip “It gives hair a strong hold, but also a soft touch, allowing many textures to be created. Not sticky at all. It’s like a revolution for the mousse.”

Mira Lenko – Hair by Marshall Lin

Model by Mira Lenko 

Photographer by Nelson N. Castillo

Haircut by Marshall Lin

Model Agency/ Booking by Alex Ramirez from VNY Models

Would You Rock Two-Tone Hair Like Selita Ebanks?

attends Samsung Hope for Children Gala at Cipriani Wall Street on June 7, 2011 in New York City.
attends Samsung Hope for Children Gala at Cipriani Wall Street on June 7, 2011 in New York City.


Selita Ebanks continues to show off her new two-toned pixie cut, stepping out at the Larry Crowne premiere in Hollywood on Monday night. She complemented the unique style with a fuchsia Marchesa mini and Christian Louboutin leopard-print shoes.

The 28-year-old actress and former Victoria’s Secret model debuted her two-tone coif June 7 at a charity gala in NYC.

Lately, Ebanks has been making some bold choices when it comes to her hair: In May, she swapped her long, flowing tresses for a chin-legnth bob and blunt bangs dyed a deep shade of red. Just weeks later, the star went back to her brunette roots but cropped her hair even shorter.

When going short, the rule of thumb is haircut first; dye job second. “Most people make the mistake of getting their color done before they receive their haircut,” says colorist Jamie Sanchez. “As a result the color gets cut out and impacts the appearance of both the color and the haircut.”

Section your hair into top and bottom layers. Keep the under layer dark for definition and, with a tone-on-tone approach to coloring, keep the top blonde section toward beige. The effect is “chic with strong definition” says stylist Marshall Lin.

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