The theme for Jeremy Scott’s twentieth anniversary show at New York Fashion Week was sparkle and shine! Aside from the all-star lineup, featuring Karlie Kloss, Sofia Richie (left), Gigi Hadid (right), Coco Rocha, Jourdan Dunn, Liberty Ross, Devon Aoki, Joan Smalls, and Stella Maxwell, models were literally adorned in glitter. Designed by Miss Pop for CND, the comet-inspired look was created with silver-dusted digits and featured CND VINYLUX Weekly Polish shades of Hot Pop Pink and Electric Orange and “a pound of glitter” to complement Scott’s collection. MAC Cosmetics makeup artist, Kabuki, added his own sparkle with three rhinestone dots below the models’ lash lines. “There was so much excitement in the clothes that I needed something kind of minimal to really tie in the makeup,” he shared. “We tried to pick these aurora borealis-like different shade crystals, something very simple but playful and a little bit out there and sparkle without transforming the girls too much.”
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At Chanel’s Métiers d’Art runway show in Paris, models returned to an era of romance, civility, and grace. Hairstylist, Sam McKnight, accessorized loose ponytails with brightly-colored silk flowers, complimenting feminine, rose-kissed lips; yet, the unexpected appearance of stark, white-rimmed eyes, by Tom Pecheux (who created sultry looks at last week’s Victoria’s Secret show) may be Spring’s boldest statement. Karl Lagerfeld muse, Cara Delevingne, led the procession, followed by a trio of famous offspring: Georgia May Jagger, Lily-Rose Depp, and Sofia Richie.
Glamorous gals are taking a page from Gwen Stefani’s playbook and going platinum these days. Take Kylie Jenner (left) and Sofia Richie (right), who both have adopted the striking look. Celebrity colorist and Creative Director of goodDYEyoung, Brian O’Connor, is frequently asked by clients to help them attain those uber-blonde locks. After all, there are so many variables when lightening up one’s natural base color. He addresses them here with Beauty Undercover!
- O’Connor tells clients to select the right shade of blonde for their skin tone and eye color. This ensures that “you’re complementing features not making them harsh.”
- When starting, try not to go more than 2-3 shades lighter than one’s natural color to avoid brassiness (you know, chick fuzz blonde). “However, if you have darker hair and want it super light, use purple toned shampoos and conditioners as well as ash based toners or glazes to help cancel out the warmth.”
- “If you’re bleaching at-home there are always risks involved – with over-processing being the biggest concern. Read the instructions carefully, and follow them to avoid too much damage.”
- When going for a bright platinum (and not a golden shade), O’Connor says that a conditioning bleach product is a must. We like goodDYEyoung Lightening Kit because it contains aloe, rice flour, amino acids and hair Keratin to safely lift color while maintaining its integrity.