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Kristen Stewart’s hairdo on the cover of Vogue February 2011. Iconic hairstylist Oribe created a textured, natural look for Kristen Stewart’s February Vogue cover shoot. “Kristen is a beautiful young girl, and this was all about softening her hair to go with the clothes she wore on the cover,” Oribe noted of his inspiration. Now Oribe reveals how to add volume, body and movement for this relaxed yet chic style.
How To Get Kristen Stewart’s hairstyle:
1. Spray the hair, section by section, with Oribe Volumista Mist for Volume. This plumping mist swells the hair shaft and leaves it feeling thicker with great texture and hold. Blow‐dry with a round brush for added body and movement.
Bridal Hair Trends for Fall/Winter 2010 with Redken: Soft, loose looks – whether in ponytails, relaxed chignons, or a textured French pleat, dominated the Fall/Winter 2010 Bridal Fashion Week hairstyles in New York City this spring!
Bridal hair at Amsale
To compliment the lavish, detailed gowns for the coming season, Redken Session Stylist Giovanni Giuntoli focused on a soft, feminine approach to the hair to spotlight the beautifully bare shoulders and detailed designs of the gowns at the Amsale, Christos and Kenneth Pool shows. When it comes to bridal hair, “Balance is key to everything,” says Giuntoli. “Just because a dress is simple or the gown is elaborate doesn’t necessarily mean the hair has to be the exact same feel. Big gowns can work with simple hair and vice versa.”
Spring/Summer 2010 Hair Trends by Guido for Redken
“This season we’re seeing so many different directions in terms of hair trends, but one thing that stands out is the idea of ‘urban romance.’ It’s not romantic hair in the usual sense, not down and free-flowing—it’s more for the city woman. Shapes have an edge, and it’s worn up in a ponytail or a knot.”
This weekend at the Loewe, Jean Paul Gaultier, Sonia Rykiel and Akris shows in Paris, Redken Creative Consultant Guido was backstage creating the hairstyles to compliment the designers’ Fall/Winter 2010 collections. Find out the must-have products and inspiration from each show!
For a 1940s, sculpted shape of the hair at Loewe, Guido’s key product was Redken forceful 23 hairspray that kept the look in place and gave it that ‘plastic’ feel: “The clothes at Loewe are very feminine, with a few suits, so we wanted to nod to the 1940s and create a sophisticated, sculpted shape with the hair.” -Guido, Redken Creative Consultant
Redken forceful 23 super strength finishing spray
Redken fabricate 03 heat active texturizer
Paris Fashion Week: Rounding out Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2010, Guido, Redken Creative Consultant is backstage in Paris creating hairstyles that are both eye catching and inspirational. Find out about the inspiration and products used today in Paris at the Balenciaga and Nina Ricci shows to complement the designers’ Fall/Winter 2010 collections!
Wanting to the look to appear slightly futuristic, Guido created a sophisticated look at Balenciaga to compliment, not compete with the clothes. “Balenciaga design house is very forward thinking and great to work with, which allows me to create a vision for the hair that compliments the clothing.” – Guido, Redken Creative Consultant
The award show season is officially upon us, which means gorgeous gowns and trendsetting beauty looks are de riguer on the red carpet. The Golden Globes set the bar pretty high, but the the Screen Actors Guild Awards (SAG), which were held on Saturday, took the glam factor to the max. From the ladies of Nine, shown above, to the rest of Hollywood’s elite, the hairstyles and makeup effects were off the gorgeous charts. Here, our favorite trends:
Old Hollywood Glamour
From left, Marion Cotillard Photo: © Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images, Diane Kruger and Anna Kendrick Photos: © Frazer Harrison/Getty Images
They say true glamour never goes out of style and in the case of Diane Kruger, Anna Kendrick and Marion Cotillard, this couldn’t be more true. Each of these stunning stars opted for retro, old-school Hollywood vibe, which meant classic, structured updo’s, seriously smoky eyes, lots of lashes and a strong lip look. We think Diane stole the show with her creamy red lip, porcelain skin and sleek hairstyle, but bright-eyed newcomer Anna and French siren Marion were also red carpet standouts with their bold, colorful eyeshadow and side-parted ‘dos. Read full article in dailymakeover.com
On December 19, 2009, Kevin Jonas and wife Danielle were married in a lavish ceremony at Oheka Castle in Huntington, NY. For their special day, Mr. and Mrs. Jonas deserved only the absolute best – thus, it made perfect sense for the bride and groom to enlist the help of the beauty experts at nuBest salon and spa in Manhasset, NY.
The renowned Long Island-based beauty destination created the hair and makeup looks for each member of the bridal party. Even the anti-bridezilla, Danielle gave her bridesmaids carte blanche when it came to their wedding day hairstyles. Each bridesmaid had an individual and unique look, but as a group they looked perfectly polished and cohesive.
Go behind the scenes from this year’s CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Runway Show hosted by Frederic Fekkai, Lisa Love and Sally Singer. Find the inspiration for the hairstyles created by Frederic Fekkai, along with the fashion fund finalist inspiration for their collections.
Frederic Fekkai Partners with CFDA/VOGUE Fashion Fund hosted the LA Runway Show for the 2009 Designer Finalists.
Frederic Fekkai’s Lead Stylist, Renato Campora Created Two Signature Hair Styles with an Emphasis on Texture
Look #1: The Wet Look
The first look is a sculptural and edgy ponytail. It’s modern, young and sexy. The texture tells a story through the wet and twisted hard hair. Pieces are left in front for an effortless feel, inspired by some of the graphic trends shown in the collections. To achieve this look: