Emma Stone the flaming redhead flanks for the Strawberry Blond
Emma Stone goes from copper to Strawberry Blond hair
Last weekend Emma Stone surprised us all with its new capillary transformation. Emma made an appearance at Ascot in the Berkishire during the Audi Polo Challenge tournament. This appearance did not fail to surprise the guests, nobody expected. Emma appeared with her new hair coloring. Emma Stone goes from copper to Strawberry Blond hair.
Emma who has a cool complexion must nuance his color to avoid a monochrome effect, which erases this magic that provides the definition. Its milky skin and its already clear natural hair color facilitate its cravings and capillary follies. This new coloring is a blond with strawberry tones that gives its hair a bright and brighter effect. Our flamboyant redhead is not at her first attempt to wear the blonde. This time, the work of the colourist stopped there where the shade of the copper no longer extinguishes. It is difficult to eliminate all yellow pigments during this fading work. We could ask hes colorist Tracey Cunningham to reveal his secret, a colorist’s secret!
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Our 28-year-old new actress, recently nominated for her role in La La Land alongside Canadian Ryan Gosling, is one of those stars who succeeded. From bright red to honey-colored reflections. Every nuance she dares to wear makes her ever more sublime. The actress is a real chameleon who shows us all the colors in each of her appearances. The young woman can afford several shades of color. Decidedly, the new darling of Hollywood cinema never ceases to charm us with its beauty and star looks.
After being awarded the Golden Globes for her role as a crook in David O. Russell’s American Gangster film, the actress said in an interview that her long red curls allowed her to be noticed much more than when she was blonde. Her success in Hollywood is partly due to her hair color! Adams first became a redhead at age 27 for her 2004 role in the television show Dr. Vegas, starring Rob Lowe. And yes! Amy Adams finally dares copper red!
«Based on roles that I was getting called in for, people were responding to certain types of characters with me as a blonde, and the minute I went red, it was quirky and fun instead of flirtatious and dumb »
The Oscar-winning actress added that of course, it is only a hair color. She did, however, realize the impact and the first impression her fire mane gave her and made it a great tool!
Here are other blondes that have gone red, momentarily or not:
«Amy is lucky to have beautiful natural red curls, so I decided to give her a very 70s cascade look on one side, in order to highlight her goddess greek dress»
If you do not have the budget for a Valentino dress, you can always fall back on the hairstyle!
1. On wet hair, use Charles Worthington’s Volume & Bounce Body Booster to create texture and volume, and use the Express Blow Dry Primer to speed up blow drying while forming the base for loops. Redken’s Pillow Proof Blowdry Express Treatment Primer Cream is also a good option.
2. Dry your hair with a silk brush about 8cm wide and when dry, take a loop about 4cm wide, and share the hair into eight similar sections, then buckle.
3. Once the hair is curled, let it rest for 30 minutes, and brush with a brush of silk hair to soften the curls and reduce the frizz. Add lacquer, such as OSCAR BLANDI lacquer to give a little hold, without removing shine. Other possibility: Finishing lacquer DONE I.C.O.N. or the Luminous lacquer from Moroccanoil.
Historically, people with red hair, unfairly targets the most fanciful urban legends, face discrimination. Yet in recent months, the wind seems to turn red and is all red carpets. Now or never to put the record straight and debunk certain received ideas. The whole truth about the red.
During the spring-summer 2016 Fashion Week parades, red has become a strong trend, and many personalities, like Katy Perry and Sienna Miller, for that will ignite incandescent color. After being ostracized and mocked, red they finally take their revenge?Reviewing what makes them so special.
THERE ARE ONLY 2% OF THE WORLD
The red represents only two percent of the world population. They are, without surprises, more present among the native peoples of North and Western Europe. Scotland is the country that has the highest rate of freckles in the world: 13% of the population between the hair auburn and strawberry blonde.Then come Ireland, which has 10% and France 5%.
Being a true red is not given to everyone! We must first have the gene carrier parents. Based on the work of the researcher in dermatology Jonathan Rees in 1997, the MC1R gene mutation that gave birth to the red hair would have appeared between 80,000 and 30,000 years BC But that’s not all: even though this condition is met and parents are carriers of the gene, there is 25% chance for the child to be red, even if it must inherit the gene.
THEY PRODUCE MORE VITAMIN
The redhead skin contains a small concentration of melanin. She is very pale and worried more ultraviolet rays than fair or dark skin. However, it produces more vitamin D when there is little light.Redheads are also more sensitive to cold and heat.
THERE ARE UNDER THE OTHER HAIR
Brown with an average of 140,000 hairs on the head, blonde 110,000. Redheads, for their part, would do 90,000. However, they compensate by a thicker and stronger hair texture. They also retain their pigmentation longer and are less likely to turn gray.They often go through a rosy blond before seeing them become white hair. Because of this strong pigmentation, they find it much more difficult however to dye hair.
SULPHUR THEY BECOME MORE THAN OTHERS
The redhead hair coloring comes from a synthesis of melanin called pheomelanin, which also makes them more susceptible than other red UV. From it also comes the prejudice that redheads have an unpleasant odor. Pheomelanin indeed contains nearly 10% of sulfur, which gives the perspiration of a red skin a slightly different odor than other.
A study of Outcomes Research Consortium should be red-19% more gas for general anesthesia.Explanation: in the red people, the melanocortin receptor functions less well, resulting in increasing a hormone that stimulates, among others, pain centers. Redheads are therefore more sensitive than others to the pain.
Whether at Marc Jacobs, Alexander Wang, Gucci, Chloeand Jacquemus, red models were all the fashion shows spring-summer 2016 Fashion Week.Among them are new faces as Varya and Madison Shutova Stubbington but also tops installed in the image of Irina Kravchenko or Magdalena Jasek and its galaxy of freckles. For several seasons too, squirrel and copper highlights are trends hairstyle Stars adopt without complexes. Also, a German magazinedevoted entirely to those made red appearance last summer, with the aim to introduce the cultivation of red and restore their confidence. Its name: MC1R.
NEXT JAMES BOND MAY BE ROUX
Daniel Craig recently told the magazine Time Out: « I prefer to break the glass and slashing my wrists rather than thinking about one fifth James Bond. » And it is the British actor (and red) Damian Lewis,already in the cast of the series Homeland, which is tipped to replace him in the role of the double zero agent Sept. Stay tuned.
Vénitien, auburn, acajou, irlandais, cuivré… Le roux est une couleur aux multiples nuances. Pas toujours facile de s’y retrouver… mais après un entretien avec un spécialiste, les choses deviennent tout de suite plus claires.
Pour résumer, on peut diviser la palette des roux en trois grandes catégories : les vénitiens, les cuivrés et les acajou.
Le blond vénitien est le plus doux des roux. Il s’agit d’un blond rehaussé de reflets roux, très rare, qui doit son nom aux Vénitiennes de la Renaissance. « Au XVIe siècle, les femmes riches de Venise éclaircissaient leurs cheveux en les enduisant de citron et de safran et en les exposant au soleil pour obtenir cette nuance », raconte Nicolas. Raphaël, Botticelli et Titien ont immortalisé ce roux si particulier dans de nombreux tableaux. Viennent ensuite, dans la gamme des roux, les nuances cuivrées, autrement dit orangées, « et le roux vraiment roux, qu’on appelle aussi roux irlandais », explique Nicolas. On a enfin les acajou, « des roux qui tirent sur le rouge, comme le bois », détaille-t-il.
Qu’on soit blonde ou brune, qu’on ait les yeux bleus ou bruns, on peut passer au roux. « La seule chose qui importe, c’est la carnation ! », explique les experts. D’une manière générale, le roux sied aux teints plutôt clairs. « Surtout, il ne faut pas avoir de couperose ou de rougeurs sur le visage, sinon le roux va les accentuer », explique Nicolas.
Sinon, pour suivre notre palette, le blond vénitien convient particulièrement aux blondes au teint clair. « Pour les colorations cuivrées, on peut avoir le teint un peu plus doré, mais je ne les recommande pas aux teints mats. Sur un teint méditerranéen, un roux cuivré va faire ressortir les teintes jaunes, ça fait malade », prévient notre expert. Quant aux roux rouges, pas d’autre choix, « il faut avoir la peau très pâle, une vraie peau de porcelaine », explique