They'll help get you through until the next time you can visit your colorist — and will spare you the perils of going the permanent DIY boxed route.
The celebrity colorist, also famous for her work on Mariah Carey and Jennifer Lopez, fills us in on her multifaceted career.
As you're no doubt aware, last week Beyonce got rid of all her hair, debuted a new pixie cut, and the world briefly stopped moving on its axis. Not everyone was thrilled with her new 'do. Some people were downright heartbroken. It seems the superstar had doubts about it too.
One Stop Beauty Shop: Our beauty editor replaced her entire multi-product regime with one magical elixir: coconut oil. Find out why this natural (and budget-friendly) swap left her pleasantly surprised. Smile for Your Lover: When gorgeous models and genius photographers pair up, sparks brighter than a flashbulb can fly. Take a look at the best model/photographer couples throughout history. Beyoncé and Her Famous, Flowing Mane Part Ways: We bid farewell to the singer's luscious hair and her signature hair-flip dance moves, and Bey's colorist Rita Hazan tells us how she created the pixie crop's gorgeous new shade.
Hey guys, have you seen Beyoncé's new hair? Have you, have you? If you looked at this site or any screen today, chances are you have. The Huffington Post is proclaiming it an "EPIC NEW LOOK." So who's behind it? Famed colorist Rita Hazan helped whip up the look last night (how perfect are the darker brows and roots with the light hair color?) and she told us all about it.
It’s summer! And that means on Fridays, everyone should be sneaking out of work a little bit early to go on a weekend jaunt or grab a drink on a sunny rooftop. The fashion industry, which works very hard, also knows a thing or two about how to cut loose. In our weekly Summer Friday column, we catch up with industry insiders to find out what they do, where they go, and what they bring with them when they escape the daily grind. Last week we went on a journey with Harper’s Bazaar’s own Laura Brown. This week we go on vacation with celebrity hair colorist Rita Hazan.
"Beyoncè doesn't use a fan for her hair, that's just the wind from God and Jesus running back and forth across the stage." So proclaims a much retweeted sentiment after Beyoncé and her incredible hair (halo?) hit the stage at the Super Bowl halftime show yesterday.
A bit of a mea culpa may be in order here. We reported (hoped?) that unnaturally-colored dip dye was a trend that was going to be left back in 2011.
There is so much beauty news lately, we can barely keep up. Hair is in the spotlight today for some reason.