On Fashion's Night Out in New York City, the streets were exploding with fashion. A stroll through Manhattan is the best primer a fahionista can experience and it will make even the most enlightened more seasoned.
If I had to make a general statement about hair for fall 2010, I would say that it should look very natural and beautiful. Loose waves and hair that looks almost retro has become -- and will continue to be -- a major trend for fall.
Caroline Giuliani, the daughter of former New York City mayor and a senior at Harvard, had been arrested for shoplifting. I don't know how she managed it, but coming out of jail a few hours later, she looked fresh, radiant and wholesome.
One of the questions I'm most frequently asked about Today show's Ambush Makeover is whether all the makeovers are really as happy with their new look as they appear to be on TV. I have always answered "yes!" -- until last week's attempt.
I know that right now I should be revealing some secrets to instant beauty. The "look" today is more finished. The fact of the matter is that today's beauty takes a few more moments then in previous seasons.
When we lose sight of our appearance, nothing we do ever seems to be enough. Our hair color seems dull, the hair shape is never stylish enough, and the pursuit for the right shade of makeup is never ending.
How great do you feel on those days when your hair looks fabulous? Nothing can make you feel more beautiful or on top of the world. On the other hand, is there anything more horrible than a bad hair day?
The clock was ticking and my salon was buzzing. There were actors, agents and executives in every corner of the salon, all wanting to look "red carpet" ready. My assistant was literally holding my color apron and gloves out as I walked in the door. Within minutes I was hands deep in color.