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Tracey Cunningham’s Spring Summer 2016 Haircolor Trends. February 2016 (New York, NY) – “One of the most important things to consider when switching up your haircolor is your skin tone”, says Redken Celebrity Colorist Tracey Cunningham.
Spring/Summer 2016 Trend #1: The Khloe Effect
Harry Josh, stylist to the stars and John Frieda’s International Creative Consultant, took over Glamour’s guest editor page this past September to share his secrets on how to revive your hair and look this fall.
Amp Up Your Color!
“Making brunette hair a shade cooler or going honey blond all over instead of doing the usual highlights is enough to make people say, ‘You look great! What have you done?’ I just worked up Gisele’s shade, and it looks amazing.”
Sometimes it’s all you need to give hair new life-especially if you have a codependency on hot styling tools.
“Hit the drugstore for John Frieda Frizz-Ease Crème Serum Overnight Repair Formula. Formulated to repair breakage and split ends while deeply nourishing to replenish essential moisture – all while you’re getting your beauty sleep!”
Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series nominee Holly Hunter is noted for her formidable mane, and her Emmy’s look was no exception as her dramatic locks once again turned heads. Movie-star beautiful and naturally elegant, her waved hair was silky smooth and shiny, and absolutely eye-catching. Star stylist Enzo Angileri who created the look, was inspired by the glamorous metallic sheen of her gown. He created a rich texture emphasized by intense waves, smoothness, and shine.
“I wanted her to look glamorous and goddess-like,” said Angileri, “and the hair had to look luminous.”
“Holly’s hair and color is beautiful,” said Angileri, “and I wanted to bring out its deep gold and honey tones for the cameras. Shine was everything in this look since these amazing highlights wouldn’t be at all visible in hair that was not shiny enough to reflect the light — especially on camera and in photos.
Celebrity hair watch: Rihanna Got New Blonde Highlights.
Rihanna seems to not be afraid to try out trends straight off the runways. Rihanna’s very short haircut now gets blonde highlights! It reminds me of the 80’s punk look (George Michael “Wake Me Up Before You GO GO”?). I’ve seen the 80’s inspired look and hairstyles making a comeback backstage at Betsey Johnson Spring 2010, during New York Fashion Week. With 80’s classic music hits playing in the background, I must add. Loved it!!
Rihanna is also sporting a fall makeup trend: dark purple lips.
To get Rihanna’s dark purple inspired lips try MAC Mattene Lipstick in Night Violet. Shade description: Deep purple grape (Matte).
To get Rihanna’s weightless volume and ‘guts’ to hair try: Aerate 08 bodifying cream-mousse by Redken. This new mousse was a huge hit backstage during New York Fashion Week Spring 2010 at shows like: Badgley Mischka and Betsey Johnson. I’ve been using this mousse myself for the past week, and it works amazing to tame my very wavy frizz-prone hair, air dried or blow dried. According to Redken’s lead hairstylist backstage Peter Gray: many people afraid of a mousse as a styling product because all they think is the 80’s and that big hair. But in his opinion, mousse was the best thing invented for hair. He also said that most people afraid of styling products which shouldn’t be the case. Styling products are here to help you get the hairstyle you want. Also it is very important to apply styling products in the right way: use the right brush to apply or the right quantity.
BTW: Do you love Rihanna’s new blonde highlights?
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