BIG BLOWOUT: You’ve got the stilettos and the hot dress ready for Fashion Week, but who has time to pop into the salon every day for a blowout? At least that was the thinking motivating Bumble and bumble — whose stylists, hairdryers in...
BIG BLOWOUT: You’ve got the stilettos and the hot dress ready for Fashion Week, but who has time to pop into the salon every day for a blowout? At least that was the thinking motivating Bumble and bumble — whose stylists, hairdryers in hand, are making house calls beginning today and going through next Thursday. But the blowdry appointments aren’t just for any fashionista —?the invitation-only list contains celebrities and fashion and beauty editors. Lucky recipients will also snag a customized collection of travel-sized Bumble and bumble products —?to make sure the blowout lasts through at least most of the week.
AND THEN THERE’S MAKEUP: After the hair’s done, Shu Uemura’s team of makeup artists are on hand to do the makeup. The brand, once again the sole cosmetics sponsor of Fashion Week, will again have a booth in the tents packed with the latest in the line, and makeup artists skilled at applying it. New colors coming from the brand later this year will also be previewed.
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