The beautiful Amy Adams
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!
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 »
Here are other blondes that have gone red, momentarily or not:
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Want to get the same result right from home? Charles Worthington’s ambassador, Ken O’Rourke, who realized her look, gives us his advice.
«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.
You prefer the blond or the red?
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