Adrienne & Stephanie Share Their ‘Red Finds’
This summer is jam packed with fun, interesting, ‘redhead friendly’ trends.
Stephanie: “One of this summer’s hottest colors is Red- the best color of all! Rock a great pair of red flats and a hat. Because you have red hair and are accessorizing in Red, make sure to not over-do it; only use one or two pops of the color. Another hot color is mint green. What Redhead doesn’t look fabulous in this color? Choose a great dress or handbag to make your outfit pop. Another great trend is beige because the ‘fresh faced’ look is all the rage. If you wear a light color, like beige, make sure to UP your makeup a bit or else it will wash you out.”
Adrienne: “Stephanie is right, a ‘fresh faced’ look is very ‘in’ this season and it looks great on Redheads. Choose this Rimmell Stay Matte foundation to make your skin look flawless. I am also loving stained lips and to attain this look simply use lip liner- inside and out. Line your lips and color within the line! Also, because colors are ‘in,’ make sure to try out some cool metallic eyeshadows.”
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