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We are very excited about our Beauty Interviews October 2008 Edition. This month’s edition is a mega celebrity one, including an interview with actress Malin Akerman, which also was the inspiration for Beauty Interviews’ cover.
Malin Akerman starred in the 2007 Farrelly Brothers movie The Heartbreak Kid and in the 2008 film 27 Dresses opposite Katherine Heigl. Malin will also play Laurie Juspeczyk in the upcoming film adaptation of Watchmen, and The Proposal.
Other celebrity interviews in this month’s Beauty Interviews: Brea Grant stars as the new “hero” on the hit NBC’s science fiction series “HEROES”. The season kicked off on September 22nd with all new episodes so make sure to stop by and watch Brea Grant as she playing the character of Daphne Millbrook.
Patricia Kara an actress, model, and a TV personality best known as Deal or No Deal’s #9. Patricia along with Tameka Jacobs, were the only ones chosen to be on the new Daytime Deal or No Deal with Howie Mandel, which premiered in September 2008.
Layla Kayleigh-a multi-talented host, actress and singer. Originally from London, England. Layla can currently be seen as a co-host on the hit MTV series “America’s Best Dance Crew” with Randy Jackson (airs Thursdays at 10pm ET/PT).
Nadia Comaneci a winner of five Olympic gold medals, and the first gymnast to be awarded a perfect score of 10 in an Olympic gymnastic event. She is also one of the best-known gymnasts in the world.
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HOW TO WIN: all you need to do is watch the Behind the Lens: The Look of Peter Som Fall 2008 video below and leave a comment! That simple!
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The video below goes behind behind the scenes of the Peter Som fashion show Fall 2008 with Fashion designer Peter Som himself and Redken’s Creative Consultant, Guido:
Behind the Lens: The Look of Fall 2008 is a four-part series featuring one designer in each of the world’s fashion capitals – New York, London, Milan and Paris. The series offers an insider’s view into the creative fashion & hair collaborations behind preparing a runway show, highlighting the impact major designers will have on the season’s fashion and beauty trends.
From the inspiration behind the designers’ vision for their fall collection to the hair and makeup tests, backstage chaos and the fashion show itself, the series features commentary from key players in the creative process, including Peter Som, Luella Bartley, Roberto Cavalli, Jean Paul Gaultier and Redken Creative Consultant, Guido.
Taking Makeup is excited to bring to you Guido for Redken’s Fall/Winter 2008 hair trends straight from the runways at Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2008 NYC, Paris, Milan and London.
Guido designed and executed the hair at more than 30 shows including Marc Jacobs, Donna Karan, Versace and Louis Vuitton and has put together his top hair trends for the coming season inspired by the shows. Guido takes us to the back of the head, where we will be seeing knots, twists, ponytails with a spice of 1960s glam, 1920s sophistication and a touch of the future.
Guido-Hair Stylist for Redken.
A fresh take…”The back of the head is huge this season. We’re seeing knots, twists, ponytails-it’s a blend of 1980s glam, 1920s sophistication and a touch of the future.”
A glam finish…”We saw a lot of roughed-up, matte textures last season. Now, we’re moving on to styles with high shine. It’s a controlled look, a return to a woman who’s more demure-but at the same time she’s strong, confident and sexy.”
A streamlined silhouette…”This season, it’s all about minimalism. We’re seeing smaller, more subdued styles. Hair is pulled back close to the head and styled in a clean, simple way.”
Here are Guido’s for Redken top four hair trends for the Fall/Winter 2008 season:
Intense Shine: High Gloss Looks With A Plasticized Finish: Shine returns to the runway in full force, after last season’s parade of ultra-matte textures. Hair stayed close to the scalp, in sedate slicked-back styles with a lacquered finish. As seen at: Alice Temperley, Calvin Klein, Christopher Kane, Halston, Jonathan Saunders, Kisa, Lanvin, Miu Miu, Prada, and Pringle.
1. To get the slick finish seen at Prada: Blow-dry hair straight, then smooth hardwear 16 super strong gel from roots to ends (applying gel to dry hair creates a lacquered effect). Pull hair into a bun and apply glass 01 smoothing serum for extra sleekness.
2. For a blow-dry with extreme shine, mist on forceful 23 super strength finishing spray section-by-section and blow-dry hair with a Mason Pearson brush. Reapply the spray to your finished style for a sleek, plasticized effect.
3. Finish any style with a mist of vinyl glam 02 mega shine spray-it adds extreme shine without weighing down fine hair.
From Left: Calvin Klein, Pringle, and Alice Temperley.