If you had asked me what I thought about crimped hair before seeing Lady Gaga’s December Glamour cover I would have said no way to that ‘80s throwback, but I gotta say I’m kind of loving the above look! The piece-y texture has the same Cali laid-back vibe that you get with beach waves, but it’s considerably more original.
If there’s one collection no one can get off their mind it’s Rick Owens. Taking diversity to a whole new level, the designer opted to enlist a troupe of athletic steppers to perform in his creations this season. That’s right – not one model was used. Better yet the hair and makeup was all about making the performers feel comfortable so this was truly “real woman beauty.”
Thank you Miley Cyrus for not only convincing me that we are doomed as a culture, but for ushering in one of the worst hair trends in years. I can’t count the number of women I’ve seen at events these last few weeks sporting a nubby devil bun hairstyle and not one of them has looked anything other than ridiculous
Despite the fact that Frida Giannini was inspired by sportswear for her collection this season, it wouldn’t be Gucci without serious sex appeal. To complement the designer’s mesh tops and sheer bras, Pat McGrath opted for a shimmery golden-brown shadow with V-corners for a dewy take on the cat eye.
The 70s are back at Matthew Williamson… down to the sunglasses – I’m obsessed! I mean seriously…how amazing are those sunglasses and that sleek, side-parted hair? Skin was kept dewy with Benefit’s Hello Flawlessicon, while cheeks were heavily contoured (eye shadow was even used to amp them up), and brows were made heavy.
My dad’s favorite toy is his Maserati….who could blame him? There’s nothing like driving top down, down an open road. If only my hair looked as fabulous as that of Rachel Zoe’s models when windswept! (and my dad trusted me enough to drive his car…).