“I’m a hustler baby… I just want you to know”
Playing the role of Ramona - a ring-leader of ex-strip club workers seeking revenge on their affluent Wall Street clients - JLo is giving us major looks from the set.
The man behind JLo's amazing hair for the film, Frank Galasso, is on set with his FHI Heat tools and has been sharing some sneak peeks of all her looks since production kicked off last week.
Because who wouldn’t want to live in JLo’s glam trailer? Here’s an exclusive sneak peek at where the hair and make-up magic is happening on set with Jennifer.
Playing a stripper from the Bronx, JLo as Ramona is giving us nostalgia from the 2000s with her two-tone hair and string bikinis.
Constance Wu, Cardi B, and Julia Stiles are amongst the other amazingly talented women that joined the cast.
Galasso achieved the two-tone look using Joico’s Verocolor FreePlay and FHI Heat’s Platform Bounce 1.5” Curling Iron.
BTS of that image that broke the internet, JLo rocking a a pink string bikini in full Ramona character.
“The irons are amazing, so much body I was able to get thanks @fhiheat” -Frank Galasso
We can't wait to see Hustlers in theaters! Be sure to follow Frank Galasso for more BTS glam during production.
Of Italian decent, Celebrity Hairstylist & Hair Colorist, Frank Galasso was raised in Melbourne, Australia and developed his creativity from an early age. After an apprenticeship at the age of 15, and with a natural flair for style and an insatiable desire to create, he headed to Italy to study and perfect his knowledge of hair. It was there that he proudly headed the design team for Gianni Versace’s runway shows.
Frank is one of the top 2% of Hairstylists worldwide who was named by Elle UK as “One of the top 10 Hairstylists in the world.” Allure’s Beauty Bible named him the “Best Hair Colorist” for blondes in the U.S. He has been recognized by international, beauty companies such as Proctor & Gamble, Joico, and L’Oreal Professionel even named him a “Renaissance Man,” as he is excellent at everything in his craft, cut, color and style, he is brilliant with it all!
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It is officially festival season! As the traffic going towards the California desert increases this weekend and next, we gathered four styles that are just as easy as they are stunning to keep you rocking out all weekend.
From braids to fishtails and feathers - FHI Heat Artistic Director Sean James of Matthew Preece Salon in Santa Monica, CA breaks down some of the hottest festival hair looks for 2019.
What is a hair blowout? We are talking about the process from wet to dry. Your blowout is the base of your hair styling and is also where damage begins. That’s why it is important to use a professional hair dryer that dries your hair, without drying out your hair.
We’ve partnered with Graham Nation of Ken Paves Salon in Los Angeles for tips on how to do a blow out like a pro. If you aren’t already following him on Instagram, do that now to follow his work on major celebs like Bebe Rexha, Kathy Ireland, Ashanti, and Pete Wentz. Using FHI Heat’s brand new Accelerate 2200 dryer, here's how Graham achieves a fast blowout.
From loose beach waves to tight ringlets, curls are all over your Instagram feed right now. Celebrity hair stylist & FHI Heat Artistic Director Sean James gave us his favorite curly hairstyles that he is obsessed with right now, and tips on how to style curly hair at home to recreate these looks.
“I wanted to show you all the different lengths to play with, all of these cuts work well with any face shape.” Sean notes that part direction is also an important part of your entire style. “You might find your part direction is more flattering on one side or the other, or swapped to down the middle - that is just a styling change, not an actual cut change.” Here are his top five hairstyles for curly hair.