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Hair Trend: Go Bold For Spring 2011 With Baby Blonde Hair!

14 Apr

Baby-blonde hair may be all the rage, but it’s not for everyone. According to Marie Robinson, who counts Emma Stone, Naomi Watts and Michelle Williams among her pale-tressed clients, “It works best on women who are at least halfway there to begin with, and they need touch-ups every four weeks.”

That said, its brightening effect on the skin is well worth the effort. “It’s rejuvenating,” says Chelsey Pickthorn, the Orlo Salon colorist who coaxed the model Abbey Lee Kershaw’s locks to the perfect platinum.

“But you really need to assess the hair’s condition before starting and then proceed slowly, with great care.”

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These colorists specialize in natural-looking hues.

Zoe Wiepert/Bumble and Bumble

Wiepert — the colorist most requested by Bumble and Bumble’s own employees — is known for her blonde, which can run the gamut from low-brow (she colors a few of the New York Knicks city dancers) to high (literally: Wiepert bleached models’ brows for the fall ’11 Thakoon show).

Bb. Uptown Salon

146 East 56th Street

New York, NY 10022

(212) 521-6500

bumbleandbumble.com

Reyad Fritas/Frederic Fekkai

The natural-looking shades created by Fritas using balayage has earned him regulars like Diane von Furstenberg and Heidi Klum and made him the go-to corrective colorist for a number of model agencies including Elite and Ford.

712 Fifth Avenue, 4th Floor

New York, NY 10019

(212) 753-9500

fekkai.com

Simone Pearl Magano/Serge Normant at John Frieda

Magano grew up in the West Village and trained under Marie Robinson. She comes from an art background (having attended Parsons the New School for Design for two years) but her specialty — platinum — calls for a decent knowledge of chemistry: “I’m one of the few colorists who likes to do double-process blondes,” she says.

825 Washington Street

New York, NY 10014

(between Gansevoort and Little West 12th Streets)

(212) 675-0001

johnfrieda.com

Joe Martino/Chelsea Pickthorn/Orlo Salon

Martino, who was responsible for Michelle Williams’s cut, color and extensions for “Blue Valentine,” mixes techniques, including “free-hand, hair painting, foiling, even applying bleach with fingers,” to a customized effect. His colleague Chelsea Pickthorn is known for her light hues, but is also a master of corrective color thanks to a stint working in the Middle East.

34 Gansevoort Street, 3rd Floor

New York, NY 10014

(between Hudson and Greenwich Streets)

(212) 242-3266

Kimberly Cannon/Marie Robinson Salon

Cannon got her start working at her older sister’s salon in Philadelphia at just 14 years old. She’s since made the salon rounds, with stints at Ted Gibson and Serge Normant at John Frieda. Cannon colors using foils and balayage, and specializes in red, for which she looks to the many redheads in her family for inspiration.

155 Fifth Avenue, 4th Floor

(between 21st and 22nd Streets)

(212) 358-7780

marierobinsonsalon.com

Hairstyle Trends: How To Make A Bow Hairstyle For The Holiday’s

6 Dec

How To Make A Hair Bow

The newest trends in hairstyles are supporting the most edgy hairstyles ever and the most colorful ideas to make unique looks. The haircuts, the styles, everything is going into extremes.

The bow hairstyle is one of the edgy but cool hairstyles that got a hit since Lady Gaga and few other celebrities sported it. Here’s a short tutorial to make it yourself.

People can use hair bows to convey their fashion sense. Young girls and adult women both look good while sporting these simple so far very beautiful fashion accessories.

By learn how to make hair bows, they can look stylishly good and cool at any time they desire.

It is very easy to make and can be used even in normal days as well as in particular occasions. There are really hundreds of styles to select from when make hair bows.

Take a 1 ½ breadth satin ribbon and cut it into two pieces. The pieces should be 24 and 5. Then taking the 24 satin piece, make the initially loop.

Make a different loop by bringing the satin around the back. Bring it over the front. Taking the thread, softly wrap the mid part of the bow. Now pull the thread, till the centre is satisfactorily pinched. Sow the plastic barrette into the back part of the bow in the centre. Now take the 5th part and fold the edges back and make an easy knot.

Steps for How to Make Hair Bows

Required Tools:

  • Fabric shears or sharp scissors
  • Glue gun
  • 1 bottle of Fray-check
  • Measuring tape
  • Sewing needle

Tips:

  • Use various shades or prints of ribbon for a unique, personalized flair. For instance, use ribbon featuring a favorite university or professional sports team.
  • Don’t get glue on the middle part of your bow, or you will be incapable to attach the hair barrette or clip.
  • Utilize caution with warm glue guns to avoid being burned.

Hair Bows Instructions

Secure the bow to headband or barrettes. Use the warm glue gun and glue. Apply a little dab of glue to the center protected knot made in step four then attach the glued area to the barrette or headband. Hold securely to allow the glue to dry.

Pull tight while leaving the tails loose. Pull equally so that your bow doesn’t end up lopsided or too loose.

Tape the center point of the ribbon to the table. If you are using more than one ribbon in concert then protected all of them with separate pieces of tape.

Summary: Have you ever gotten tired of having long hair?  It’s the same thing every day, isn’t it?  If it isn’t down, it’s tied up in a ponytail.  Well, here’s news for you: there are hair up-dos that is sure to meet your ideas of modern hair styles, easy hair styles, and cool hair styles.

With the Holiday’s here and many of us who are looking for something totally different. Why not wear a hair bow using your own hair. It is the hottest hairstyle trend right now.

With Hello Kitty being many of our reason’s why we love hair bow’s came across my favorite hair guru who posted up her very own hair bow video. From there decided to share it with all of you!

Andrea’s Choice has been someone that create’s a fun edge to fashion, make up and hair for me for about a good year now. With that said watching her video of How to make a hair bow. It’s easy and it’s fun and you have to admit it’s darn right cute for the Holiday Season!

Depending on your style and taste, there are many hairstyle up-dos out there just waiting for you to try it.  For the reserved and conventional girls, a messy bun, a neat bun, or a sleek ponytail is usually the pick.

However, for those who are more daring and outgoing, what they seek out are the popular hair styles that their favorite fashion icon or celebrity is sporting.

For those who wants to have the traditional classic look, it is always as it is, classic.  These hairstyle updos never go out of style – they are preserved in the fashion world as timeless, vintage, and chic.

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