Hot Summer Colour

June 25, 2012

Rihanna

Rihanna’s Hot Look for Summer 2012

With the beginning of Summer, where all fashion trends are changing, there is also a change in hair color trends in order to match up with the season.

Our stylists advice for the hair colors for this hot season of summer is to go as light as you can, and don’t be afraid to try bold and bright colors, it will give the edge to your beauty and personality.

The best bevy of golden hues incorporates a range of trendy touches, from subtle highlights to brassy roots.

Actor Reese Witherspoon shows sun-kissed ends and medium-blonde lowlights, while Rihanna’s dark roots add downtown appeal to her sandy mane, and her single-processed locks give her curls a sexy and edgy look.

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The Retro Faux Bob

June 18, 2012

The Faux Bob

 The faux bob  gives a cool and sophisticated look for that special summer time date that borrows much from the 60s fashion revival. Think Betty Draper and Grace Kelly.  It’s as vintage as the mid 20th century but as modern as today. It works best on straight hair that’s mid to shoulder length.  

For the colour:  think Grace Kelly icy champagne blonde.

To keep the look smooth and sleek, don’t forget KMS Maximum Hold Hairspray.

Actor Reese Witherspoon looking great with bangs!
Actor Reese Witherspoon looking great with bangs!

Want to look like a Hollywood Star this Season? Think Bangs.

Rooney Mara’s Fringe in The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo inspired similar looks on runway in New York, London and Milan.

Classic Gidget bangs are back, popularized by starts such as Lea Michele and Zooey Deschanel.

Beyoncé, Rachel McAdams, Ivanka Trump and Nicole Kidman all have bangs this season.

Will bangs suit me?

If your face is oval you can handle almost any sort of bang. If your face is round, look for longer, sideswept bangs. Square faces also benefit from sideswept bangs, with a slight part instead of a curtain of hair straight across the forehead. If your face is long, a softer, lengthy fringe is most flattering.