Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Flat hair and Lady Gagais make up - Latest looks from trendcentral

Trendcentral reports about the latest looks. It seems like hair styling brands have a tough future ahead. I´ve seen the messy, un-styled hair in hyper trendy Bondi beach for a few years but now the street trends are moving up on the ladder and that will hit the hair color market. Make up brands on the other hand can expect a bright few years ahead. Lady Gaga has shifted the way we look at face decorations, and it´s getting more playful and odd. This is what writes: 

Cat’s Meow: The cat eye—that thin flick of black at the corner of the lid—first appeared on spring ’12 runways. It’s returned for fall, but with a twist: the brighter and more outrageous the color, the better. At Anna Sui, the winged lines were cobalt blue; at 3.1 Phillip Lim, red; at VPL, chartreuse; at Narciso Rodriguez, orange. Those who did stick with black took a deconstructed approach. There was just an inky smudge on the outer edges of the eyes at Erdem, making it look like the liner was floating. Mary Katrantzou and Altuzarra also showed a disjointed cat eye, with the geometric lines on both sides of the lid.

The Skinny: If the 2000s were the decade of big hair—think Amy Winehouse and Snooki—then the 2010s may be the era of follicle deflation. In New York, the downtown labels went low-key. At Rag & Bone, Altuzarra, Alexander Wang, and Proenza Schouler, the keyword was “real girl,” with models looking like they didn’t bother getting their tresses styled beforehand. Instead of the usual aggressively sleek ’dos, Cushnie et Ochs paired toned-down, center-parted waves with sexy dresses. Similarly, at Christopher Kane, texture replaced volume. Paul Hanlon, the stylist at Proenza Schouler, described it as “skinny hair,” pointing to Kate Moss—the icon of the decade before big hair—as his inspiration.
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