23 posts tagged "Emma Stone"
Without a doubt, cutting her hair into a pixie was the best beauty move Emma Watson ever made. And at a Warner Brothers event in London last night, the Harry Potter star proved that she’s not done with the wowing yet. Sporting her short hair in a winter shade of light brown, Watson worked darkened brushed-up, impeccably shaped brows and a wine-stained lip for one of the more stunning red-carpet turns we’ve seen in a while. That super sixties mascara application on both the upper and lower lash line is also a total winner. Hermione Granger is officially dead to us. What do you think of Watson’s ultra-chic look?
With November just a week away, Fall has hit its stride, which means a couple of things: First, you’re likely coming to the end of your seasonal-transition skin issues (rejoice!) and, two, you’re probably considering a hair color change now that those summer sun streaks seem incongruous with the cooler temperatures. “I warm my clients’ shades up in the fall,” Tracey Cunningham told us. As Redken’s creative consultant for color and one half of Beverly Hills’ celeb-friendly salon Byron + Tracey, Cunningham knows a thing or two about color changes (she tends to the tresses of Kate Bosworth, Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, and Jessica Biel on the regular). Here, the coiffing star talks deep mahogany and brilliant copper-red hues and name-drops the Victoria’s Secret Angel who currently boasts the most requested hair color in L.A.
So, why warmer for winter?
It’s funny how clients embrace the winter. You’d think that we’ve trained them to think that they need to go darker! But people just really want to do that. They really want to cozy up.
Break it down for us; how are you instructing your clients—be they brunette, red, or blonde?
For my brunette clients, I plan to keep their base a dark chocolate truffle hue with thick golden highlights starting from the mid-section of their hair; for redheads, I lean towards a single-process tone with no highlights, just vibrant deep mahogany tones; and blond locks will be light and golden—a California blonde with the base a shade darker to give some dimension to the look. Think Kate Bosworth for this blond shade, it pops on her and looks great with a red lip. Sometimes just doing a gloss will work—it will warm up your highlights to a caramel tone—or with solid color, it would just make it more rich.
Whoa—Kate Bosworth has been really blonde recently. Will that really work on everyone?
Well, Kate is naturally really blonde. People always ask, “What’s the perfect blond?” and it’s really whatever looks good with your skin tone. Like…Cameron Diaz can tan.
Dree Hemingway was there; so was supermodel and Estée Lauder spokeswoman Carolyn Murphy. But the head-turner at the Cinema Society’s screening of Paper Man last night in New York was Emma Stone. You may remember Ms. Stone as Jonah Hill’s love interest in Superbad, but the freckle-faced redhead has grown up and learned how to properly work her natural beauty assets, sporting a deep side part to showcase her auburn tresses, a well-groomed set of brows to frame those aquamarine eyes, and a true crimson lip to set off her porcelain skin. We’d say she gave the catwalk set a run for its money, but what do you think?