Clairol Nice ‘n EasyIf you?re colouring your hair for the coming cooler months, take our advice. Already brunette? Go for a chocolaty brown to achieve the deeper hues that are so popular this season. To achieve locks reminiscent of Courtney Cox or Salma Hayek, choose Clairol Nice?n Easy has Natural Dark Caramel Brown (120B). Lighter golden tones are also fashionable this season. Jennifer Aniston, Sarah Jessica Parker and Julia Roberts are all perfect examples of girls with naturally light brown hair but have added a beautiful gold shimmer. Clairol Nice?n Easy Natural Medium Caramel Brown (118B) will add gorgeous golden overtones perfect for autumn. Available from all major supermarkets for $11.
Gucci AccentiFragrance of the Month
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Australian Hairdresser of the Year
Australia?s best hair stylists have just been announced at the Australian Hair Fashion Awards 2004. The awards were judged in London by a panel of UK?s most acclaimed hairdressers and according to UK judge Beverley Cobella (2002 ? 2003 British Hairdresser of the Year), ?The collections entered into the category of Australian Hairdresser of the Year were incredible. These images could have stepped out of Vogue, Tatler, Marie Claire or any other glossy magazine.?
Jen Aniston – up with the fringe fashionsThe winning prize of Australian Hairdresser of the Year award was given to Lee Cohen from Red?s Salon and Spa, Cairns. But if North Queensland is a little far to travel for a hair cut, you can always check out the state winners. Anthony Nader (Raw Hair, Sydney), Joey Scandizzo (Rokk Ebony, Melbourne), Robert Bava (Tony&Guy, Adelaide), Larry Duplock (Lexingtons, Perth) & Angela Allport (Cataldo?s Salon, Canberra).
Lee Cohen believes fringes will be one of the hottest styles for the season of autumn/winter 2004. If you have the right face shape, such as strong facial features, go for a low, blunt fringe just above the eyes. But if you don?t quite have the guts for such a change, or you have a softer features and an oval face shape, try a side-sweeping style.