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Brown x Bronde S/S 2014 L’Oréal Professionnel IT LOOKS

| April 22, 2014 | 1 Comment

Brown x Bronde IT LOOK is the perfect blend of brown and bronde, with multi-dimensional depth, ideal for naturally warmer skin tones. Brown x Bronde is a beauty story as much as a hair story: the contrast between hair and skin tone is reduced for a harmonizing effect, enhancing the natural sun-kissed radiance. Brown x Bronde  is richer and more sophisticated than classic blonde; it is also softer and more flattering with added depth vs. darker brunette.

Brown x Bronde S/S 2014 L’Oréal Professionnel IT LOOKS

Brown x Bronde hair is synonymous with voluminous, glamorous styling to create the ultimate in red carpet-ready hair. Choose which kind of volume you wish to create to emphasise the rich multi-dimensionality of your Brown x Bronde hair color:

Brown x Bronde S/S 2014 L’Oréal Professionnel IT LOOKS – Bombshell Volume

High hair resulted in high glamour at the DSquared² S/S 2014 show in Milan. This refreshing update on the classic bouffant retains more bounce and movement than the original style, for an expensive-looking, sexy result.

XXL Volume

If bombshell volume just isn’t enough, try XXL volume: the exaggerated volume look evident at a number of the S/S 2014 shows, including Jenny Packham in New York & Jean Paul Gaultier in Paris. The effect is largely achieved through the creation of curls, with varying degrees of definition!

Hair stylist Anthony Turner:  “I like to accentuate the personality of a woman with her hairstyle. Malena is a larger than life character – full of confidence and energy. Brown x Bronde is a fusion between brown and blonde. It’s all about creating harmony between hair and skin tone, and it suited Malena’s coloring perfectly. With regards to her styling, we went for big, gorgeous, sexy, retro hair. The overall look accentuated Malena’s own style – confident, sexy and fun.”

Brown x Bronde S/S 2014 L’Oréal Professionnel IT LOOKS

Colorist Mario Charalambous : “Brown x Bronde is the perfect balance between blonde and brown, consisting of expertly placed lighter color that is designed to highlight and enhance the desired facial features. Brown x Bronde is versatile enough to create a lighter, golden effect in the summer and a warmer, richer effect in colder months. Brown x Bronde color placement can be used to highlight specific facial areas. For example, it can lift and enhance cheek bones or elongate the neck by adding lighter tones in this area. It is great for enhancing or concealing! Brunettes that don’t have the ideal skin tone to go blonde can still enjoy a blonde hair effect, without having to worry about root re-growth.”

Brown x Bronde S/S 2014 L’Oréal Professionnel IT LOOKS Recommend Styling Products :

Infinium #4 (HK $164 / 371ml)

Infinium #4

Infinium #4

Long lasting hold and no residue

Long lasting technology, make the styling persistent and maintain volume

 Tec. Ni Art Pli (HK$ 148 / 125ml)

Tec. Ni Art Pli

Film-enhancing polymers for reinforced hold

Glamorous hair without stiffness or stickiness

Malena Costa Spanish Model (24 years old)

In her native Spain, Malena is the girlfriend of international footballing star Mario Suarez. She has her own influential fashion blog  (http://blogs.glamour.es/el-blog-de-malena-costa) hosted on the Glamour magazine website. Malena has graced many magazine covers in Spain, including Glamour & the July 2013 issue of GQ.

Malena : “I love bronde – it’s the mixture of blonde & brown   that makes me feel beautiful”

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