For her upcoming role as Joan Jett in The Runaways (yeah…Philly in the house!), Twilight star Kristen Stewart chopped her locks and dyed ’em black.
Rumor has it that filming for Eclipse, the third installment in the Twilight saga, will begin in August 2009. Kristen’s hair, obviously, won’t be back to its normal length by then – so I’m waiting to see how the hair team plans to remedy this conundrum.
Sephora now carries hair color! It’s hard to believe that this is a first for the beauty superstore.
Fekkai Salon Color ($30) is a luxurious, do-it-yourself hair color developed by world-renowned celebrity hairstylist, Frederic Fekkai. Now you can achieve rich, radiant, professional-quality color while keeping your hair in optimum condition.
Available in 20 shades, each Salon Color comes with one application of Frederic Fekkai’s signature, three-product coloring regime and the essential tools to achieve a “just stepped out of the salon” look: * Pre-color Treatment provides targeted repair, guarding ends and dry sections against oversaturation. * Professional Color delivers a triple-conditioning complex of luxurious butters for moisture and radiance, as well as soothing extracts to help calm the scalp. * Post-Color Mask deeply conditions hair for an extra boost of shine and smoothness. * Brush, bowl, and gloves complete your professional setup.
Did you know that Leighton Meester was a blonde before auditioning for Gossip Girl? She dyed her hair before scoring the career-launching role of Blair Waldorf, Queen Bee of NYC’s Upper East Side. “That’s a big deal but I’m glad I did”, Leighton once said.
But, from the looks of these recent pics, Leighton has gone back to her roots.
Today, Kim Kardashian unveiled a new hair color via Twitter. Though Kim referred to her new shade as “blonde,” it’s obvious from the Twitpics that her hair is actually a caramel-y light brown.
I love me some Kim, but I can’t get behind this hair. Her dark mane was so glossy and lush. If genetics had blessed me with that hair, I’d never do a damn thing to it. I’d just shake what my momma gave me.