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Makeup for Redheads: I stumbled upon this article: ELLE’s Best Makeup for Redheads with a photo gallery of the best makeup looks for redheads with tips and tricks from celebrity makeup artist Rachel Goodwin on how to achieve each look. Celebrity Redhead Number One: Christina Hendricks. Rachel Goodwin, a celebrity makeup artist for Chanel, says that lipstick isn’t what it used to be—and that’s a good thing: “In the 1960s, it was somewhat chalky and colors were overly pigmented. Since then, formulations have gotten friendlier. Textures are more sheer and natural-looking.”
Spring/Summer 2010 Haircolor Trends by Redken Creative Consultant for Color and Hollywood colorist, Tracey Cunningham.
Fashion Week runways came alive with vibrant, bold color as seen at DKNY and Marc Jacobs’ Spring/Summer 2010 shows. As the bold colors and bright accessories make way to the streets, where urban fashionistas update their little black dresses with flashes of color, they need haircolor to match, and that’s where Redken comes in.
Spring/Summer 2010 Trend #1: Brunettes
”Brunette clients want to brighten their locks for a vibrant shade, with babyfine to medium butterscotch highlights like Jessica Biel. With summer sun-kissed skintones on the way, this haircolor gives a luminous glow for a knockout look.” – Tracey Cunningham
As temperatures begin to cool down outside, so will haircolor this fall/winter season with more sophisticated cooler brunettes and blondes. Tracey Cunningham, Redken Creative Consultant for Color, and David Stanko, Haircolor Consultant for Redken, have the latest in fall haircolor trends, professional haircolor products to achieve these trends, and consumer tips to communicate with their colorist and to adjust to the “coolest” looks of the season.
“Small adjustments can help consumers update their look from season to season,” explains Cunningham. “When summer comes to a close, I plan to cool my clients’ shades down this fall/winter season with Redken’s new Color Gels Ash Blue creating sophisticated, cool shades. A color is said to have “cool tones” if it tends toward blue or violet, such as platinum blondes, ash browns, and plum reds.”
Trend #1: Brunettes: “Brunettes will go to a whole new level this fall/winter with an overall cooler base. Think Fergie’s shade; her lighter highlights really show through her dark, chestnut base making her haircolor look so flawless and effortless.” – Tracey Cunningham
Trend #2: Blondes: “Blondes will be blonde this fall – think Drew Barrymore’s cool, nearly platinum blonde shade for this inspiration. Client’s can often be concerned with the cost to achieve and keep the perfect shade of blonde, but I find that women cut back in other areas rather than haircolor as it’s one of a consumers’ most prominent and most seen everyday accessory!” – Tracey Cunningham