Betsey Johnson celebrated 50 years at New York Fashion Week last week, and stunned with her newest looks for Spring 2016. Sexy Hair made the clothes come to life with unique do’s that represented the evolution of the fabulous Betsey.Look One: Hollywood Glam by Nadirah Volpe 1. Prep all hair by spraying lightly with Style Sexy Hair 450 Protect. Create a deep side part on top.
Orlando Pita, New York Fashion Week Ambassador for TRESemmé, created a carefree, curly hair look for Diane von Furstenberg's Spring/Summer 2016 show at New York Fashion Week. “Whether in Ibiza, Portofino, Los Angeles, or Bali, I love seeing all the girls head out at night with their natural waves fresh from the beach, just tucked behind their ear with a flower," says Diane von Furstenberg, TRESemmé Designer Partner SS/16. "It reminded me of how I used to wear my own hair back in the 1970s and I wanted Orlando to inject that carefree vibe into the show.”
The Rachel Zoe Spring/Summer 2016 collection was inspired by the jet-setting ways of the carefree, easy-going Gypset. Donned with fringe, sequins and intricate patterns, the collection includes everything from flowing hemlines to tuxedo separates. TRESemmé Stylist Jeanie Syfu worked with the glamorous nature of the collection to create an effortless, loose wave hair look. Get the Look:
For Chromat's Spring/Summer 2016 show at New York Fashion Week, makeup artist Dominique Samuel for Maybelline New York was inspired by the "power woman of the future" - sporty, active, vibrant and dynamic. Her dewy skin glows from an intense workout, emphasizing a sense of athleticism with subtle femininity. Get the Look:
Makeup artist Yadim from Maybelline New York created a youthful and fresh look with a "barely made up" finish, punctuated with a bold and modern strained red lip in what he calls "Wu Red," a blend of Maybelline lip shades uniquely combined for the Jason Wu SS16 show. Get the Look:
For Wes Gordon Spring/Summer 2016, Dominique Samuel from Maybelline New York created a dewy, fresh-faced look accented by full brows and gentle contouring. Get the Look:
To pair with Sally LaPointe’s Spring/Summer 2016 collection, Rita Remark for essie chose a sleek, sandy beige nail look by layering good to go top coat over sand tropez. The shade seamlessly matched the designer’s soft, subtle color palette this season. Get the Look:1. Apply first base base coat to clean, filed nails.2. Next, apply two coats of sand tropez.3. Then, apply one coat of good to go top coat.
To pair with the feminine, yet edgy and dark undertone of Wes Gordon’s Spring/Summer 2016 collection, Rita Remark for essie created a gothic ombré nail look that perfectly captured the enviable style of ‘90s “good girl gone bad.” The nail design juxtaposes light and dark with wet and dry. Get the Look:1. Apply first base base coat to clean, filed nails.2. Next, apply two coats of in the lobby, avoiding the moon at the cuticle area.
Michelle Saunders for essie created a deconstructed nail look to complement Raquel Allegra’s Spring/Summer 2016 collection. To achieve the textured pattern, she dipped a piece of the designer’s gauze fabric into licorice and stamped onto the nail.Get the look:1. Apply first base base coat to clean, filed nails.2. Next, apply one coat of sand tropez and let dry.
Model Xenia Deli recently attended the Margherita Missoni and Peroni Nastro Azzurro fashion week party. Celebrity and editorial stylist Felix Fischer styled her waist length hair, styled by editorial and celebrity stylist Felix Fischer, giving her full, bombshell waves after a full day at an ad shoot in Central Park at the peak of the heat wave and in full humidity.