Salon: DiademaArt Director: Fabio MessinaPhotography: Andrea RainoldiMakeup: Cristina Marzo per 20100Milano
Amy Adams dazzled at the Man of Steel premiere in New York. Wearing a dramatic black, strapless Nina Ricci gown, her amazing 20’s–inspired hair look, designed by celebrity stylist Laini Reeves for Moroccanoil, turned heads.“I was completely inspired by the intricacy and femininity of Amy’s spectacular gown,” explained Laini Reeves. “This hair look is very sensual and alluring, reminiscent of the classic screen sirens of the 1920’s – but with a sleeker, modern, creative take.”How To Create The Look:
Summer can be a daunting time for blondes who spend a fortune on their color, sun, chlorine and salt water are all major threats to contrast and tone. Michael Noragon, KMS® California North American Artistic Director and co-owner of b space salon (Salt Lake City, UT) shares a summer blonde formula and maintenance tip.Formula:Natural Level 6 lifted with Goldwell® SilkLift Strong and 6%.Toned with Goldwell® Topchic® 10p 10v equal parts and 3% to maintain color during the sunny summer months.
Salon: Pilo Arts Salon & SpaHair: Hyrive SelimajMakeup: Betsy ShukiPhotography: Photography Elite, Inc.
When I first colored my hair back in the ‘80’s, I got highlights. I would sit in the chair while a plastic cap was molded to my head with a warm blow dryer. My stylist pulled minute springs of hair through the cap with a knitting needle. When I looked something like a Chia Pet who hadn’t grown a full coat of grass, bleach was slapped over the exposed pieces, and 20 minutes later, voila! I was a blonde! Well, sort of. I think by today’s terms, we would say I was “frosted.”
Turn clients on to the wet look this season as seen on the Prada, Lanvin and Jil Sander runways - it can look polished enough for work and chill enough for the beach. Elsa Pataky has it down!Super Polished:·Smooth wet, towel dried hair with the Sam Villa Signature Series Styling Brush
About a decade ago, the rage was all about coloring the bottom section of the hair dark. Then it slowly started transitioning to balayaging highlights, and then to ombre with darker roots that were smudged into lighter ends. Bringing a new collection forward for Summer of 2013, be Clarked professional luxury hair care launched a new series called Burnt Ends, which marries many of the color trends brought forth in the past decade.
Hair: Diadema Hair Fashion
Photography: Stephano Bidini
Makeup: 20100 Milano