Press - VOGUE: THIS DIY HAIR COLOR IS WORTH A DOUBLE TAKE AT NEW YORK FASHION WEEK
From the flowing kaleidoscopic silks to the prismatic prints, Sander Lak’s Fall 2018 collection for Sies Marjan was a technicolor feast for editors' bleary eyes. But one glance at the well-lit runway proved the powerful palette wasn’t limited to the designs: Model Harleth Kuusik's light lengths were tinged cotton-candy pink for the occasion, while Stella Lucia, nary a stranger to a backstage transformation, appeared as if she was dipped in a hue of baby-blue, her roots getting the better of the custom treatment.
"It's very subtle,” said celebrity colorist Lena Ott of the reverse ombré pops she achieved by sweeping models' crowns with a paintbrush swirled in PanPastel chalks picked up at her local art store. To further “soften” the low-maintenance look, Ott simply combed the temporary color through from top to bottom. Perhaps easiest of all? "It'll come out with just one shampoo," she noted happily. For fans of ‘90s grunge, or simply those hoping to stand out from the crowd, consider this DIY hair move by Sies Marjan both fail-safe and Vogue approved.
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