By Evan Hosie
Ombre, ombre, ombre. It’s all the rage and when it’s done right, it’s a beautiful look.
Naomi, a colorist at Gavert-Atelier in Beverly Hills, who handles some of the biggest stars in Hollywood gives us some tips:
Naomi : “When I do ombré, I like to make natural gradation looks. My ombre highlight is usually a back combing highlight. Sometimes I combine back combing highlight and balayage(top few layers). When those two techniques combined, it gives that natural, ombré hair look. ”
Celebzter: “What’s next for Fall?”
Naomi: ”Twilight ombré” which is only different than Ombre in that we don’t put any highlight on part to half-inch away from part. That can look really natural, too.
Also, vivid color continues to be big especially for the young generation. We’re using all different color varieties, like pink. We use a really good product out of Japan, called ”milbon”.
When she’s not shopping or testing beauty products, Evan Hosie writes gadget reviews for the site Popgadget.net
Melissa Myers has worked as an entertainment journalist for ten years,
both in London and New York.
She has done a daily gossip column on British newspaper the Daily Star
where she interviewed everyone from Tom Cruise and George Clooney to
Simon Cowell and Jennifer Lopez. She also worked as the News Director
of In Touch in New York for the past six years, before launching her
own site www.celebzter.com, which aims to provide smart content for smart women.