This is the parade of Richard Chai at New York, the trend had been announced by the model Charlotte Free (main picture). Down pink gradient on the platinum blonde. At first no one believed it. Yet in September 2011 about a new fashion phenomenon.
When Lady Gaga stepped onto the red carpet for the MTV Video Music Awards in 2009 with a blonde and pink coiffe, we were shocked by the surprisingly subtle, elegant effect of the two-toned style. Her light blonde hair faded into the most delicate pale pink curls at the ends, creating an effect that was less easter egg and more Marilyn Monroe
The great creators have scrolled their models boosted by pink-haired. And by extension (hair?) The people have also adopted this style ranging from Barbie and Punkette.
At Nana’s Tip, opinions differ. It is clear that this look is not given to everyone, however, certain celebrities, like Julia Roberts, is proving otherwise. Demonstration in pictures: blunders and successes.
The total pink rock & roll
Vivienne Westwood has always been the punk fashion. With its orange hair, no wonder she gets off the pink style for his models! (Parade fall-winter 2011-12)
We say yes to Vivienne, but NOT to Dianna Agron! This look is good on the podium, but hard in life. In addition, together with fuchsia eye, it’s been far too first degree. Dianna was preferred as a blonde, less original but more glamorous.
The bit soft pink
This is the top Natasha Poly bringing the best “pink button” on the Fendi fashion show (fall-winter 2011-12). Easy to copy (this is a bit pink added and placed on top of the skull, between the hair), it gives a brush stroke effect. Very nice to model for an evening.
If you really want to adopt the pink hair, nothing better than to emulate Julia Roberts. A discreet colored lock that lets see in a moment. This is the key fashion and sexy, without vulgar or destroy.
Get the look :
It starting off with a base of light blonde hair to achieve the perfect fade-out. A pale pastel pink will only be pale enough on light blonde hair.
The term “fade-out” is beauty jargon for the look someone gets when they wait an extra month or two to get their color touched up, and the dye begins to fade into the the roots (check out Ciara’s untouched roots). Pink fade-outs and faded pink hair became popular recently after Rachel McAdams, Katy Perry and Dakota Fanning all added touches of the soft shade to their blonde locks. Faded rose-tinged strands even graced Mulberry’s spring 2012 runway, and have become the signature style of “It” girls Charlotte Free and Claire Boucher aka Grimes.
To achieve the look, first lightens the hair to make it a pale blonde. Don’t attempt to do this at home, since it can result in incredibly-damaged orange hair (I speak from experience). She then glosses the hair to give it a subtle pink tone. This step does double-duty, since it not only adds color but also locks in the brighter pink tones to make them last longer. The more saturated pink is achieved by applying a mixture of pink direct dye (a vegetable-based formula) and conditioner. It’s almost like adding white paint.
Start it in home with a bottle of the pink dye-conditioner concoction. This is also an effective (and cheap) way to ease into the look if you’re not sure you want to go all the way.Just combine pink dye with conditioner and place the pink where it would work with your cut- using a mask once a week to keep up the color.
Here, some additional tips for making your pink hair color last:
• Try not to wash your hair too often, since shampoo can strip the color.
• Since most pink coloring for hair is a deposit only (meaning it simply stains the hair and will fade quickly), visit the salon for a gloss in between color appointments.
• Shorter haircuts tend to work better for this look, but adding pink pieces to long layers is a fun addition to long hair, too.
• Always shampoo and condition with color-safe products.
Verdict: the pink hair, yes but only in small feminine touch and well thought out, otherwise he loses credibility 10 years and 90% of our potential for seduction!
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