Let’s Talk Colour: Marc Jacobs Fall Hair Colour Trend

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MJ’s AW 14 collection was a wash of dreamy of nudes tones, exploring a what seemed like a spectrum of a nuetrality. The clothes were fabulous, it goes without saying, but it was the beauty aspects of the show that really caught my attention; the models blunt bobs in varying washes of beige with matching headbands and nude shimmer makeup. It all sounds very – beige, however the colours were a really beautiful and somewhat futuristic. Is her hair brown? ginger? blonde?

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These nameless shade created by hairstylist Guido and colour expert Victoria Hunter of Whittemore House Salon in New York City. The colour was inspired by a nude nail lacquer in MJ’s cosmetic collection he launched last year.

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The overall feel was quite impactful despite said wigs were some of the least shocking colours I have ever seen, what drew me in was the eerie, vintage, milky, pearlescent tones shimmering under the runway lights.

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“The shades are very chic and tasteful and powerful—and with everything that’s been out there with color being so literal, this is a cleverer alternative. It’s something unique, and we haven’t really seen it before, which is why I think it’s caused a bit of a craze,” says Victoria. Her mink-y hair colours have inspired woman around the world and she already has trend hunters calling up requesting the hair colour this season!

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Images: Emily Weiss 

Hair by Guido for Redken

Makeup by François Nars for Nars Cosmetics.

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