Nicola Clarke: from Blonde Hairstyle to Red Brunette

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Nicola Clarke: from Blonde Hairstyle to Red Brunette

She is the Queen of Colors: Nicola Clarke, for twelve years in Knightsbridge salon of John Frieda as Creative Colour Director. Among other things Gwyneth Paltrow cream Gold and Madonna's experiments from Blonde to Red Brunette and caramel accompanied. VOGUE met the Blonde expert in London.

VOGUE: What fascinates you most about your job?

Nicola Clarke: The many facets! Color, cut, styling. And that I have the freedom to participate in addition to my job at the salon every now and then to shooting films. This I have also met Gwyneth. My debut was by the way The Beach with Leonardo DiCaprio in the year 2000th

VOGUE: Blond is still one of the most popular hair colors. Nevertheless, one sees again and again many don'ts. What are your tips for a perfect blonde?

Nicola Clarke: There are countless versions of Blonde. Therefore: Whoever has found the colorists of his confidence, should remain faithful to him. Moreover: Avoid a single color Blonde! I often combine up to four different sounds. This looks more natural, especially when only a sunkissed look is desired.

"California Blonde is not a question of color, but of intense light."

VOGUE:What is the essential difference between the legendary Californian and European Blonde?

Nicola Clarke: You might laugh, but this is not a question of color, but of light. It's just much more intense in California, so the hair is illuminated more, and the blonde can unfold quite differently.

VOGUE: What would you advise a woman who wants to leave their blondieren this country so frequent and unfortunately boring Ascheton?

Nicola Clarke: The first time I would recommend a maximum of three shades lighter. But be careful: It threatens addictive! Some women when it comes Blondieren a bit like others with beauty corrections in the face ...

VOGUE: Is Blonde because a question of age?

Nicola Clarke: Over the years, you should make sure that softer shades are used, the flatter the complexion. It is important that the hair is slightly brighter in the vicinity of the face.

VOGUE: And what about Gray? Is not that somehow a variant of Blonde?

Nicola Clarke: In a way, yes. Especially white hair can be very glamorous. However, women who choose to consider their self-presentation well. The line between icon and matron is extremely narrow.

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Catty
2016-12-16

She is gorgeous. Her clients is Cate Blanchett, Kate Winslet, Kate Moss... a lot to learn

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