Luca Blandi, a celeb stylist at the Oscar Blandi salon who has worked with stars like Sarah Jessica Parker, Jessica Biel, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Kate Winslet and Michael J. Fox, knows a thing or two about hair.
I recently made an upsetting discovery: hair ages. I’m not talking going gray (though there’s that to worry about too!). I’m talking about how it thins, and dare I even jinx myself? Falls out! I’ll be combating this proactively with the help of my hair stylist hero, Serge Normant.
Textured hair was a big trend in Milan and it made for some very interesting looks. Here’s a peek at some of the most memorable runway hair looks.
Kyly White is one of the best in the biz when it comes to hair color. He has been singled out in New York Magazine’s “Best of” issue multiple times, and has been featured in ELLE, Vogue, In Style, The New York Times, Allure, Glamour, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, Self, and countless other glossies – he’s even appeared on Oprah.
I’m a sucker for a good braid – blame the German in me but the whole Heidi look? I’m totally into it. While I haven’t seen Heidi braids on the runway just yet, braids have been a major runway beauty trend in plenty of other iterations this season.
The Body Shop always makes me nostalgic. I remember spending allowance money there growing up so I love that nearly two decades later they’re still alive and kicking! I will say their packaging could be a little swankier, but their new collection, Wild Argan Oil, smells so delicious I’m giving them a pass.
The last time I used a L’Oreal hair product I felt like I was washing my hair with Tide. It was a soapy, overly-lathered, big mess…the products also kind of smelled like Tide. At about $3.99 for a shampoo and conditioner you can’t really complain, but needless to say it was not an experience I want to replicate.