Monday, November 25, 2013

Holiday Hair: From Christmas to New Year’s Eve to Valentine’s Day

Hi guys. I am excited to share with you these fabulous ‘dos for your tresses. You can take these pictures to a skilled stylist for them to emulate. Each one is uniquely sophisticated. I hope you enjoy playing with your own hair as much as I enjoy playing with mine!

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Christmas

I am sooo in love with this sexy, low, tousled ponytail from a Valentino campaign, a fashionable find by my fashionable friend, Challis Parks Bandy.

Challis, who works as an interior architect and designer at A Certain Patina in North Carolina, has the most exquisite taste, and this hairdo that she unearthed for us can travel effortlessly from day to night as-is, or you can add a hair gem and bold drop earrings for sparkling night life!

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New Year’s Eve

The antithesis of the low tousled pony is the sleek chignon above. So very elegant! The chandelier drop earrings are spectacular, and I love the dichotomy of the licorice-black nail polish worn with such an ethereal ensemble. It adds a modern complexity.

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Valentine’s Day

Last but definitely not least is this romantic nod to Amy Winehouse–a swirling hairstyle that’s ideal for Valentine’s Day. I had my hair styled exactly like this last year on VD…so very cool! My hairstylist wove in three extra-long hairpieces and merged the faux ponys with my own hair. I wore it with my fuzzy, bubble-gum pink vintage coat by Lilli Ann, made in Paris. Now, if only I could find those glasses!!! They’re fab!

Time to call Antonio Venegas, my favorite hairstylist…who, I might add, is a highly-talented stylist and skilled photographer. Antonio really knows his stuff, and if you are in the San Francisco Bay Area you owe it to yourself to look him up. If proximity is a problem, call him at 415.828.8883 anyway…He just might make a house call. Tell him Beauty Shall Save the World sent you.

See you around.

xxx

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