Archive of ‘Hair Styling’ category
Okay…so I realize that yesterday’s eppy of Oprah was of a serious nature, but the main thing that stuck with me was O’s new do. The daytime queen traded in her signature curly q’s for long, loose waves. I’m loving it. I’m so wild about it, I just want to throw up my hands and jump on a couch.
It was time for a change and I think this new style suits her perfectly. What do you think?
You know how I get when I love products this much…I give them away; Mama Spoiled Pretty taught me to share my toys. So get ready for a Spoiled Pretty giveaway, sponsored by Barry Fletcher.
Moisture Therapy Honeysuckle Moisturizing Shampoo: Nourishes the hair with protein and pure biological extracts to moisturize and leave hair silky smooth and shiny. Natural humectants soothe the scalp rendering it moist, healthy and refreshed.
Thick N Slick Custard: A naturally fresh, alcohol-free conditioning creme gel with super moisture and sheen. It has an exceptional blend of 100% natural extracts, Hawaiian white ginger, aloe vera, and flowers bountiful in natural lubricants.
Glo N Grow: A vitamin-enriched hair treatment that moistens the scalp to promote hair growth. It gives protection and super shine for use of hot tools.
Press N Curl Wax: This special blend of carrot oil, soybean oil and bees wax helps penetrate hair, adding moisture and protecting against pressing hot tools – rendering hair silky smooth with a long-lasting satin finish.
Memory Mist: Humidity resistant, gives curls memory, seals in moisture, holds style longer and leaves hair soft and shiny.
Silk N Shine: This vitamin enriched, non-aerosol, finishing gloss is lightweight, so there’s no build-up. And the formula contains no alcohol, so it doesn’t dry hair out. It seals in moisture and makes hair feel like silk.
Moisture Silk Mousse: The light, alcohol-free, foaming conditioning lotion provides the ultimate variety for any texture and style. Detangles hair prior blow drying, and minimizes frizzing when drying naturally.
I can’t wait to share these products with you. Don’t be fooled by the plain packaging…the products inside are absolutely amazing – and you’re going to love them!
To enter, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include your full name and mailing address. The subject line should read “Barry Fletcher Giveaway.” The contest ends at midnight (EST) on Wednesday, March 18th. Two winners will be chosen at random from among the entrants. On Thursday, March 19th, I’ll announce the winners’ names. Please, only one entry per person; duplicate entries will not increase your chances of winning. Contest is open to U.S. and Canadian residents only.
“What we’re going for is to create a dry, airy texture and Thuy wanted the hair to go up…to be a little bit rockabilly. We combed through some , on dry hair, and sprayed on . All of that is dried into the hair, using a hair dryer and paddle brush – which gives it a little bit of finish, but keeps it separated because we don’t want the texture to be too perfect.”
“The front half of the head is backcombed and the first few side sections are backcombed. Then the back is twisted asymmetrically across the back of the head. So it’s a bit like a French pleat, but it runs behind the ear. The front is dressed back up and twisted and the ends are left out, so there’s texture in the front. The reason for twisting the hair right to left is because the designer has created several looks with hats. So the hats go from left to right, so we’re balancing that out. What’s important is it’s not too pretty. It’s got a bit of gritiness to it. This is perfect hair, actually, because it’s a little bit damaged.”
When I asked about the inspiration, Anthony explained, “Thuy wanted something that was strong and ‘not too girly,’ in her words…and edgier and raw. But she wanted it to be clean and she wanted it to be flat. The emphasis needed to be on the front, with the texture. We went through many variations before we decided on this one.”
Romero Jennings (for MAC) created the futuristic makeup look. “Thuy was talking about optimism and the future and clean lines. So I felt that the makeup should be organic, like a lot of her shapes are. But because she’s doing some color, I decided to go black and white. I was able to use texture – so there’s shine and matte. There’s definitely a liner, and it’s done with Blacktrack Fluidline, mixed with some new products. We have a new Black Collection for fall that is amazing.”
“On the lid, I mixed Frozen White Pigment with Gold Pigment and a little bit of Reflects Gold. On the cheek, we’re applying Mineralized Blush. But even though there’s a hint of color, you’re really not going to see it. On the runway, it’s going to look like black and white and the skin is just going to glow.”
“The lipstick is a mixture of Flesh Pot (from the limited-edition Heatherette Collection) and Myth. The look is kind of nude and fresh. On a darker girl, I’m going to use Chelsea (discontinued lipstick), which is nude and brownie. It’s pretty. It’s makeup that someone can actually do at home by themselves, with or without all of the extra things that I use. You can actually do this really great strong liner, highlight around it, do a neutral mouth and little bit of blush and you’ll get the same effect.”
When I asked Romero about emerging trends, Romero said, “For fall, I’m seeing that it’s dark. There’s a definite liner, but it’s not pointy. It’s not glam-y or vampy. It’s almost more futuristic and modern. That’s what I love about it. And the skin looks healthy.”
Celebrity Hairstylist Ted Gibson is celebrating the Recessionista. Beginning Tuesday, March 10th, the Ted Gibson Salon will be giving girls what they’ve been asking for – a whole lot of bang for their buck!
All blow outs (normally $95) are just $40, no matter who the client sees – from Junior to Senior Stylist. All haircuts (normally $125 – $175) are $75, no matter who the client sees. And all single-process* or partial highlights (normally $125 – $225) are $75 (and all other color services have fabuless recessionista pricing).
Additionally, if you stop by the salon on Tuesdays between 10am and noon to drop off your business card or fill out a registration form, you’ll be entered to win a COMPLIMENTARY hair make-over with Ted and Jason at the end of the day (worth over $1100)!!!
Ted and Jason are looking forward to seeing your pretty faces and unveiling your individual beauty! Call 212.633.6333 to book your appointment.
*Jason Backe will be giving single process color for just $75 (normally $200).
“So the face is highlighted and shaded. We’re doing a greasy, taupe-y eye with highlights on the cheeks and a pale lip. The only specification Reem had for the makeup was to make the girls look beautiful. The entire look took about a half hour to conceive because it’s very simple and easy.”
To replicate the look, prep the face with MAC Face and Body Foundation. Then apply MAC Butter Nutty Shadestick to temples, bridge of the nose, and chin. Brush MAC Powder Blush in Taupe on eyelids and under eyes, MAC Nylon Eye Shadow in the inner corners of the eyes, and MAC Root Cream Colour Base under eyes. Layer MAC Gloss Texture on top of the Root Cream Colour Base – then curl lashes and coat with MAC Mascara X in Black.
When I approached Laurent Philippon, Lead Hairstylist for Bumble and bumble, he was scrambling because the electricity had gone out – which left him and his team without power for their styling tools. But he was so calm and gracious, and gave me his full attention for a quick interview.
“This is a red carpet kind of hairstyle. Reem wanted something quite sophisticated. It’s a side chignon with a really, really low side part. It frames the face and brings a geometrical shape to the hairstyle, but with softness as well. It’s a very clean and finished hairstyle but it’s not glued. I don’t want it to look glued. I still want it to feel like it’s hair. We’re drawing the part with a comb, then using Styling Lotion and drying hair really flat. And we’re putting it into a side ponytail – no backcombing involved. The twist is really about securing it with large pins. So it’s really tight, but it doesn’t look tight.”
Angi Wingle, and her team of Creative Nail Design technicians, put the finishing touches on models’ tips and toes. The nails were filed to a naturally rounded shape (to echo the bustlines of Reem’s draped gowns) and polished with a coat of Cocoa.
Previous 1 … 16 17 18 19 20 … 29 Next