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August 30 2014

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23 posts tagged "Chloe Sevigny"

Chloë Sevigny’s Big Love For Short Hair

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Among the celebrities heralding 2010′s “go short” trend was Chloë Sevigny, who sheared off her flaxen locks last February in favor of a blunt-cut, asymmetrical bob. Other A-listers may be letting their lobs grow out, but Sevigny is sticking with the crop, splashing around in Miami Beach over New Year’s with a newly trimmed, uniform-length version of the same style. Last night, her dedication to keeping things chin-grazing was reinforced when she showed up at the season five premiere of HBO’s Big Love with a few more inches missing. Even better was the star’s middle part and curls, a bit of a 1920′s homage that Sevigny made modern with a slashing of her signature orange-red lipstick and look 20 off the Rodarte Spring runway. What do you think of her latest scissor-happy move?

Photo: Krista Kennell / Sipa Press

Summer Hair Moves On Up

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Extreme heat and hair have long had a troubled relationship. And this summer’s brutal temperatures have proved to be a challenge to even the most agreeable tresses. So, why fight nature’s course—particularly when there are a plethora of enticing, upwardly mobile summer styles to test- drive? Here, our favorite runway and red-carpet updos for defying the elements with some expert tips from hair gurus Fabio Scalia, Alan Tosler, and Sean Davis to help you DIY at home—and just in time, too; you’re looking at 95 degrees and thunderstorms this weekend, New York.

 

Rock ‘n’ Roll Beauty, Represented

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If there were an event that felt like an opportunity to do something beauty-wise that had a bit more attitude, it would be the New York premiere of The Runaways. And last night, Kristen Stewart and Chloë Sevigny both heeded the call. Stewart’s hair was swept up and across with a face-framing side swoosh that felt a bit New Wave, a bit rockabilly; her lips were painted a hot pink. And Sevigny’s heavily gelled-back hair and bright red pout looked like an homage, albeit a slightly restrained one, to the Robert Palmer girls. Do you think they hit a beauty high note?

Photo: Dave Allocca / Startraks Photo

Chloë Makes The Cut

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Chloë Sevigny, Golden Globe winner and one-time queen of the downtown scenesters, has parted ways with her long languid waves—and we like it. The new blunt angled bob she sported at the 23rd Annual Second Stage Theatre All-Star Bowling Classic at Lucky Strike last night might preclude the Big Love star from dabbling in the awards show updos she seems to be a fan of, but the shorter style works very well with her face shape and L.A.-by-way-of-the-Lower East Side vibe. Are you a fan?

Photo: Dave Allocca / Startraks Photo

Red-Lip Matrix: The Golden Globes Edition

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Minimally glamorous beauty accessorized what seemed to be a never-ending assortment of one-shouldered dresses at Sunday night’s rainy Golden Globes ceremony. Chloë Sevigny, Maggie Gyllenhaal, and Drew Barrymore fought the weather with sleek, pulled-back chignons, while Nicole Kidman and Sandra Bullock worked lower, looser side-parted adaptations of the same style. There were some updo dissenters as well, with Jennifer Aniston and Julia Roberts bucking the humidity and keeping their tresses long, beachy, and blond. But what really stood out for us among the bevy of false lashes, thinly lined black cat-eyes, and sculpted cheeks was the dominance (again!) of the red lip. Two-time nominee and one-time winner Meryl Streep chose a shiny, sheer hue; Cameron Diaz opted for an opaque gloss using Chanel’s Rouge Allure Laque in Dragon; Mad Men‘s Christina Hendricks paired Shu Uemura’s Rouge Unlimited #134 with a very pink cheek; and her co-star, January Jones, one-upped her much-discussed black headband by previewing Chanel’s new Rouge Coco Lip Colour in Paris, which launches in March. In the season’s first big red-carpet beauty battle, the award goes to…

Photo: Nick Sadler/startraksphoto.com; Kyle Rover/startraksphoto.com