Gold will surely come to the Trump White House! Be prepared to go for gold. And why not on the head if you want to make a gold hair fashion statement like no other? By Peter Gray for Beauty Pages Magazine, this golden treasure was inspired by Persephone, the Goddess of Springtime and Rebirth in Greek Mythology. To get the look, the hairdresser mixed metallic gold and copper powders into a paste, which he then applied to the hair. He used the Gray magic to work drops to drip strategically here and there, like tendrils, with the long hair twisted to end in a coil of gold to one side. Brilliant. To see the back view and more Peter Gray magic, click HERE
Hair: Peter Gray … Makeup: Ozzy Salatierra … Stylist: Ada Kokosar … Model: Crista Cober
Photo: © Miguel Reveriego
Here I am with some Hair World Greats having fun in TriBeCa yesterday.
Top: Fun shot left, WorldGreat, the one and only Peter Gray perfecting my hair … WorldGreat Sharon Blain perfecting my hair from the other side! … David Adams, co-owner of 14 Jay Salon on Jay Street in TriBeCa perfecting the hair of Julie Hagney, hair stylist, Sharon Blain team. The same 5 of us top right in a more formal photo for posterity.
Bottom left to right: Fourteen Jay Salon, simple, elegant, with rare great lighting, not only for the hair color but the client’s face looks great as they look in the mirror … David Adams, a great colorist with a great background with Sharon Blain … Sharon Blain who will be performing on stage at the Intercoiffure Atelier for Fall 2016 on Monday morning at the Waldorf Astoria, not to be missed (only for intercoiffure Members and Invited Guests.) The Australian whirlwind from Sydney who offers Boot Camp and Art of Education Programs is an icon in the hair world, literally all over the world where she gives sold-out courses. She is sponsored for the Intercoiffure event by Goldwell USA.
Photos Top : Amanda Faia … Photos Bottom: Helen Oppenheim
Think pink fur, so glamorous, as seen here at the Area New York Fashion Week Show for Fall 2016. Pink fur, all pinks, will be big this fall and winter. Worn here with a metallic pink lamé dress, designed by Beckett Fogg and Plotrek Panszczyk. The nails, by Tracylee had Swarovski crystals in strategic places here and there, not on every nail. The color was “Make Me Blush” by Red Carpet. Faces were by Georgina Graham for MAC Cosmetics, inspired by “cool girls who have a minimal street feeling,” The lip was a delicious matte chocolate, a new Mac Eye Gloss was introduced. To see the “Hair Strapping” by Peter Gray, click HERE
Hair: Peter Gray, Cutler/Redken … Makeup: Georgina Graham, Mac Cosmetics … Nails: Tracelee, Red Carpet Manicure … Photos: Paul MorejónComment
Peter Gray’s iconic Laced Hair for the Betsey Johnson New York Fashion Week Show for Fall 2011. Now lace is the rage for dresses and accessories, it is time to take another look at laced hair, shown here on a black bobbed wig. Brilliant. To see how the lacing was done, worth a look, scroll forward on the very popular album of archived photos on helenoppenheim.com. – click HERE
Hair: Peter Gray using Redken … Wig: Jon Renau …. Makeup: Charlotte Willer, Maybelline
Photo: Helen Oppenheim
Shades of pastel pinks on a mid-parted one-length bob, by Peter Gray for the Nicopanda Fall 2016 New York Fashion Week Presentation were stroked on with wash-out pure pigment chalks. Maki Ryoke’s eye was strong, an exaggerated cat’s eye with black extending gracefully right to the hairline. To see more hair and the avant-garde fashions designed by Nicola Formichette for Nicopanda, click HERE
Hair: Peter Gray, Cutler/Redken … Hair Color: Blick Art Pure Pigment Chalks … Makeup: Maki Ryoke, MAC Cosmetics …Photos: © Paul Morejón … Collage by helenoppenheim.comComment
You can create art on your hair, for the night, with temporary wash-out pastel color chalks, as Peter Gray have done here for the Nicopanda New York Fashion Week Presentation for Fall 2016, designed by Nicola Formichetti. The Pure pigment chalks came in pink, light blue, lime green, yellow, purple, orange, red and were used in different ways on various models, for her and him. Maki Ryoke’s eye for Nicopanda was strong, an exaggerated cat’s eye with black extending gracefully right into the hairline. For more fab fashions, hair and makeup from this avant-garde Presentation, click HERE
Hair: Peter Gray, Cutler/Redken … Hair Color: BlickArt Pure Pigment Chalks … Makeup: Maki Ryoke, MAC Cosmetics
Photo: © Paul Morejón
Peter Gray’s hair for the Nicopanda Fall 2016 New York Fashion Week Presentation was avant-garde. He created art on heads for both sexes with temporary wash-out pastel color chalks. The Pure pigment chalks came in orange, yellow, pink, light blue, lime green, yellow, purple, red and were used in various ways on different models, Here a blonde man has hair as colorful and fantastic as his Nicopanda shirt, designed by the one and only Nicola Formichetti. To see more from this smashing show, click HERE
Hair: Peter Gray, Cutler/Redken … Makeup: Maki Ryoke,MAC Cosmetics … Photo: © Paul MorejónComment
“Grunge Meets Street,” said Peter Gray about his avant-garde hair at Nicopanda’s Fall 2016 New York Fashion Week Presentation for Fall 2016. For the red punked hair, right, Gray used a red wash-out pure pigment chalk by Blick Art on what left on top of an almost shaved head . The Nicopanda designer, Nicola Formichetti, is seen in action backstage, bottom left, using a collection of MAC eyeliner pencils to create the graffiti at the back of the head. Stay tuned for more on this edgy presentation or click HERE
Hair: Peter Gray, Cutler/Redken … Graffitt: MAC Cosmetics … Hair Color: Blick Art Pure Pigment Chalks … Photos: © Paul Morejón … Collage by helenoppenheim.com