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The other day I met a very nice lady who saw my Drivers Licence photo where I have brown hair. She then insisted that I look so much better with brown hair. She mentioned the words “rich”, “suits your features”, “dramatic”, and “elegant”.
I have two photos of me (below): One with brown hair and one in blonde highlights.
What do you think: Should Marta go brunette or stay blonde?
Dolce & Gabbana will launch Rose The One, a new rose-centered flanker to 2006’s Dolce & Gabbana The One fragrance for women. It follows L’Eau The One, released earlier this year. The notes include blackcurrant, pink grapefruit, mandarin, lily of the valley, rose, litchi, peony, Madonna lily, ambrette seed, sandalwood, musk and vanilla. Dolce & Gabbana Rose The One will be available in 30, 50 and 75 ml Eau de Parfum.
Scarlett Johansson graces the Dolce & Gabbana Rose The One ads sporting a very big curly hair. I normally don’t fall for big hair curly hairdos, but I must say, I’m a bit tempted to try this hairstyle at home, lol. I love the middle part as well. I’m all about it! Ohhh Scarlett, you make everything look so good!
BTW-Dolce & Gabbana The One is my favorite perfume ever. It is now becoming Marta’s signature fragrance. Seriously, everywhere I go people always ask me what perfume I’m wearing. Must be my clue:)
Sienna Miller looks en Vogue at “September Issue” Premiere…I totally love Sienna Miller’s hairstyle, the dress, the golden shoes, and the sunglasses. Probably something I would wear. So Marta:)
Yesterday marked the New York premiere of the hotly anticipated “September Issue” – a documentary following legendary Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour. Walking down the red carpet in style at the premiere will be actress and fashion icon Sienna Miller, who graced the cover of the magazine’s largest issue for which the film is named.
Image via www.hollywoodtuna.com
With the help of celebrity hair stylist Kevin Mancuso, Miller was looking “en Vogue” by showcasing one of this season’s best trends – disheveled glam.
If you are looking to recreate a Sienna Miller inspired look at home, Kevin offers his step-by-step styling tips for this red carpet look below.
The Look: Hair is worn down with loose, bohemian-chic waves
Prep: Enhance your natural texture by applying a volumizing or curling mousse, such as Nexxus Mousse Plus
…or Nexxus Gorgeous Curls, at the root and spreading to the ends. Flip head over and blow hair around while massaging the roots with your finger tips. This will help build texture into the style.
The September issue of Women’s Health magazine just hit the newsstands! Mila Kunis is gracing the Women’s Health Magazine Cover September 2009. I relate to Mila since we both were born in Russia or former USSR. You know what’s it like, right:)
In this month’s Women’s Health Magazine issue:
Find your most flattering lip shade: Sick and tired of your love-hate relationship with lip color? You love it in the store but you hate it when you get home…What’s a girl to do? This month’s issue of Women’s Health Magazine offers a guide to choosing the right lip shade for your skin tone. Follow these tips from celebrity make-up artist, Kimara Ahnert, and you’ll never toss a barely-used lipstick again!
Extend your Cut and Color: Hitting the salon ever couple weeks to freshen up your ‘do can be expensive and time-consuming. Follow these great tips in the September issue of Women’s Health, on newsstands now, to lengthen the life of your look.
The other day Pantene Nature Fusion Smoothing Creme from Pantene’s Smooth Vitality hair care line saved my hair. I was swimming a lot lately and spent some time in the sun with my guests from England. All which took a toll on my hair. I needed to add back moisture and silkiness to my hair. Right after I washed my hair and towel dried it. I applied a small amount of Pantene’s smoothing creme on the the ends and very lightly on the top part of my hair. Remember: Do not apply on roots. Conditioners tend to weigh down hair if applied roots. I then blow dried my hair like usual. I could finally brush my hair with my fingers for the first time, in weeks:)
I attended the Pantene special meeting with Hallie Bowman, Pantene’s Expert Celebrity Stylist, last week watching her transform everyday women into red carpet divas in minutes just using Pantene products. Think about it, Hallie styled many celebrities, such as: Liv Tyler, Kristen Dunst, Isla Fisher, and Keri Russell. So if Pantene is good enough for these celebs then probably it’s good enough for you.
Hallie’s philosophy on hair: You don’t have to spend million bucks to look like million bucks. Invest in high quality styling tools and save your money on styling and hair care products.
Kirsten Dunst sporting the latest red carpet hairstyles: The Mixed Textured Chignon
Talking Makeup has just found out that beauty expert Ken Paves has signed on for the experience of a lifetime; to co-star with best friend and long time client Jessica Simpson in a docu-series trekking the globe to discover how women around the world define beauty. The Price of Beauty is produced by RDF USA and will air on VH1.
Ken Paves Interview With Marta Walsh
How To Get Charlize Theron’s Vogue September 2009 Issue Cover Look: Makeup artist Tom Pecheux and hairstylist Oribe teamed up with photographer Mario Testino in New Mexico to shoot Charlize Theron for the Vogue September issue 2009. With Ghost Ranch, artist Georgia O’Keeffe’s stunning desert home, as the backdrop, both stylists decided to keep the look clean and simple—perfect skin and easy, swept-back hair with a touch of texture were the orders of the day.
Here is an exert to Tom’s and Oribe’s tips, tricks, and shopping suggestions for a look as flawless as Charlize Theron as the September Vogue cover girl:
Beat Dry, Damaged Hair: “Moisturizing hair with a cream will add movement and softness,” says hairstylist-to-the-stars Oribe. Leonor Greyl Styling Cream for dry hair, $36; Beautyhabit.com
For her red carpet look during the August 10, 2009 premiere of “Inglourious Basterds“, celebrity hairdresser David Babaii created a naturally tousled look for Angelina Jolie’s long tresses.
Image via hollywoodtuna.com
First, David applied Hair Polish to her entire mane…
…followed by spraying Volcanic Ash Root Amplifier to the root area for lift and volume. Next, he parted hair into 3 sections (This is David’s “key” signature tip).
Lindsay Lohan goes back to blonde thanks to Tracey Cunningham, Redken Creative Consultant for Color.
Lindsay Lohan must think blondes have more fun as she asked her colorist Tracey Cunningham, Redken Creative Consultant for Color, to give her “blonde blonde” and that’s what Tracey created with Redken Shimmer One and Shades EQ professional haircolor.
Image via www.celebrity-gossip.net
If you’re looking for Lindsay’s shade, talk to your colorist about Tracey’s formula for Lindsay:
Bleach wash (3 scoops of Up to 7 + 6oz. of de-ionized water) with highlights using Up to 7 De-dusted Lightener
Lowlights with Shimmer One 8Gb and 8N
All over gloss of Shades EQ 09V Platinum Ice and Clear left on for 10 minutes
Matrix celebrity stylist Mark Townsend created Amy Adams’ beautiful red carpet hairstyles for both the Los Angeles screening and New York premiere of “Julie & Julia.”
For the New York premiere of “Julie & Julia,” Matrix celebrity hairdresser, Mark Townsend, wanted Amy’s hair to be modern and glamorous to match her Carolina Herrera gown. “I’ve been very inspired lately by hairstyles from the 80s with lots of volume,” said Townsend.
Mark started by spraying Biolage volumatherapie Bodifying Spray Gel into Amy’s damp hair…
…and blow dried it with a medium size Spornette Mixed Bristle round brush to get a good deal of volume in her hair. Next, he set her hair with hot rollers, making sure to wrap the hair around the roller from roots to ends to give it a nice wave. Once the hair was cool, he removed the rollers and brushed out her hair with a flat brush, parting it to the side. To add some texture and shine, he sprayed Biolage Shine Endure Spritz into her hair and gave it a scrunch.