Vogue’s Anne Vincent & Celebrity Hair Stylist Eva Scrivo Give You Spring Trend Tips!
Spring is almost here– well maybe not according to the weather but according to the calender and the stores. From hyper colors to crazy prints, there’s plenty to shake you out of the winter blues with this season’s new warming trends.
Whats hot & must have for this spring? This year, spring fashions are upbeat, feminine and colorful. Expect a bold return to seventies style with bright hyper colors and clashing prints. While patterned clothing is hot, hair is now moving to even, rich and full colors. The natural textures and colors of the seventies are also returning to hair. Gone are choppy, visible roots and highlights. Instead, look for even, solid colors that brighten up complexions and accentuate and widen color wardrobe options.
So how do you pull off these bold styles and complete the look from head to toe?
Vogue Director and fashion expert Anne Vincent and L’Oreal Professional celebrity stylist and colorist Eva Scrivo will host a mini-fashion show with models sporting the latest trends and can talk about the hottest looks of the season and achieving them at home. Eva Scrivo gives you all the tips on haute new hair colors and styles for spring/summer 2011 and Ann Vincent from Vogue gives you the tips on what to buy, what colors are the freshest and what to update in your wardrobe.
The great thing about this Ann and Eva is the specifics and what products you can check and should check out. Inoa is from L’Oreal and is a new hair. Ann gives you some great ideas on what accessories you need to check out– and which to leave out.
FindInoa.com will help you find salons that have Inoa hair color.
March Vogue is on counters NOW!!
Eva Scrivo, is one of today’s most prominent and respected names in beauty. An acclaimed hair and makeup artist, she is a lead colorist at the Catherine Malandrino, Thakoon, Cynthia Rawley, DKNY, and L.A.M.B. fashion shows at New York Fashion Week, collaborates with the designers and lead stylist to conceptualize hair color and techniques that would complement the collection and final look. Since 2005, Eva has hosted Beauty Talk, a one-hour weekly beauty and wellness radio talk show. She has made frequent television appearances on shows such as Martha, CBS Early Show, and Good Morning America. Her many industry accolades include Allure’s “Best of the Best,” NY Times Style’s “The Expert List,” and she has been featured in publications such as Vogue, Vanity Fair, Shape, and Women’s Wear Daily.
Anne Vincent is Vogue Director, Special Events and Merchandising and among other things is responsible for organizing Vogue’s Fashion Week. For 118 years, Vogue has been America’s cultural barometer, putting fashion in the context of the larger world we live in- how we dress, live, socialize; what we eat, listen to, watch; who leads and inspires us. From its beginnings to today, three central principles have set Vogue apart: a commitment to visual genius, investment in storytelling that puts women at the center of the culture, and a selective, optimistic editorial eye.
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