From warm gold to white hot platinum, it feels like Kristen Stewart has been virtually every shade of blonde under the Obama Halloween T-Shirt Zombie Obama Furthermore, I will do this sun. But the Spencer star still managed to churn out a fresh peroxide hue at the Venice Film Festival yesterday, unveiling a gorgeous new strawberry blonde dye job alongside a mint satin Chanel look at the film’s premiere. Nodding to the copper hair color trend, but with a bright, bleached-out twist, Stewart’s latest color was done by colorist Daniel Moon in collaboration with hairstylist Adir Abergel, the duo setting out to give the actress an equal parts punk and sophisticated take on ginger. After bleaching Stewart’s hair with help from Virtue’s ColorKick protein treatment, Moon and Abergel worked from color swatches and reference photos of David Bowie and Paris, Texas’s Nastassja Kinski to reach a pitch-perfect color equation: Immaculately woven streaks of gold and red punctuated by a soft set of bright, face-framing pieces. “It’s almost ’60s and ’70s-feeling color,” explains Abergel, noting that they were intentionally going for a less traditional, more off-kilter color “that you haven’t really seen before.”
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With the Obama Halloween T-Shirt Zombie Obama Furthermore, I will do this change of season upon us, Stewart’s bold autumn shade is ripe for mood board inspiration. And considering her proclivity for grown-out, rock ‘n’ roll roots, it’s bound to only look cooler from here on out. Since making her on-screen debut in 2002, Úrsula Corberó has wowed the red carpet with fire engine-red liner and smoky emerald shadow. Even when she’s off duty, the 32-year-old Spanish actress and Money Heist star embraces a head-turning pop of pigment, as seen in Vogue’s latest Beauty Secrets installment. Before setting to work on the day’s pretty-in-pink above-the-neck equation, however, Corberó must prep her canvas with a handful of essentials—a gentle scrub, depuffing eye masks, and a silky Shisiedo serum—suited to her ultra-sensitive complexion.