Still anxiously waiting for the movie to come out, we can already lavish ourselves with Alice in Wonderland goodies. The Urban Decay palette and O.P.I. nailpolishes just launched, and so is a selection of Swarovski items.
First we thought that red would be a new haircolour for 2010, but now it seems the scores are rising between peroxide blonde and raven black.
Agyness Deyn, who is known for her experimental hairdo’s was spotted with a short raven black coupe, Kate Moss was photographed with cropped black hair for ID-magazine, and Natalia Vodionova, who’s usually angelic blonde, turned her locks as black as a crow for the Givenchy campaign.
Kids say the most funny things! I love their foolish and straight to the point attitude. They say what they think without wondering if it is a bad thing to say. Very honest and most of the time very funny. Like for example the little nephew of Garance Dore.
I can’t wait for Alice in Wonderland to hit the cinemas in March next year, directed by Tim Burton and where Johnny Depp finally threw of his Captain Jack Sparrow character, and adopted the likes of the Mad Hatter.
But I am not the only one who seems anxcious about the release of he movie based on Lewis Caroll’s fairytale. It even shakes up the fashion- and beautyworld…
It’s getting cold outside. The perfect time for hot coco and roasted marshmallows. But be careful what you might be roasting…
It’s quite a contrast, in the 80’s big brows were the standard, but in this millenium it seems to go in the direction of…no brow. Or the bleached brow, if you don’t want to pluck them.
In a recent interview with WWD, Kate Moss said she’s thinking of expanding her non-modelling activities even more. After launching a succesful line for Topshop, her third fragrance for Coty and a haircare brand with hairstylist James Brown it might be a logical step to think towards a line of cosmetics.
You’re probably wondering who looks like the ‘scared deer in the headlights’. It’s Digitalista K after the M.A.C. technique workshop. She did not hesitate a second when a model was needed to demonstrate the party make-up. She usually doesn’t wear much more than mascara and lipgloss, so bring it on! (and she’s a bit lazy so prefered to sit down and get a make-over instead of making a mess doing it on her own…)
Victoria Koblenko, a Dutch actress, always looks very, well ehm, extraordinary. Especially her hair is something a lot of people talk about. We spotted her during the Glammy Awards a few months ago with a kind of weird gladiator coupe; blond short hair with more then hundred small, black pins in it. Everybody was in shock…who was that extreme diligent hairdresser of hers?!