Hair Colors News
Tuesday May 23, 2006The soap and water was set aside for a professional makeover - face, hair and clothes - and Jenny Tarran was there to report on its outcome.
Wednesday May 22, 2002The winning hairdo-doers picked from a whopping 600 entries in the Victoria/Tasmania state final of the L'Oreal Color Trophy awards 2002 were announced at the hair industry's customary knees-up on Monday night.
Friday June 8, 2001WHEN ANDY WARHOL said everyone could have their 15 minutes of fame, did he wake a sleeping giant? In recent years, the quest for fame has created a new world hunger of sorts, typified by the deluge of reality TV, popstar and whowantstobe shows sweeping the Western world.
Wednesday September 6, 2000The holy grail of Melbourne fashion is still a perfect spring carnival hat - a fact the organisers of this year's Spring Fashion Week acknowledged when they drew up a program including at least a dozen millinery events. Crowds have flocked to Myer for its daily hat-making workshops and two racew
Friday May 14, 1999Margaret Porter's "first favorite" North Melbourne player was Les Foote. She was about eight at the time, watching with her father Mick. The list of North players she has liked over the years has names long lost to popular memory. She remembers a half-back line from the 1950s of Pat Kel
Tuesday May 4, 1999Color was again an issue at Moorabbin last night. Yellow. St Kilda trained in this neutral and very un-Saints-like hue. On Peter ``Spider" Everitt, with his pale complexion and straw-colored hair, and with the floodlights beaming down, it had the effect of making him look like a ghost.
Saturday February 27, 1999BULWORTH Directed by Warren Beatty Written by Warren Beatty and Jeremy Pikser Rated MA Hoyts city and suburbs; Greater Union and Village suburbs; selected independents ONE of the great pleasures of this political satire about Jay Bulworth, a Californian senator with a compulsion to tell
Saturday February 13, 1999SINCE Rachel Griffiths is dead against having her photograph taken in her favorite Acland Street cafe in the state she's in (jet-lagged, dirty hair, unwell, no make-up), I will have to describe her. Pale and delicate face under an ordinary material hat, straight green eyes, clinging brown dress to t
Saturday January 16, 1999The long, streaked hair is gone (very gone). The hot pink lycra shorts have been replaced by more muted colors, in more traditional fabrics. The vast retinue that used to shadow his every step has dwindled to the standard two or three. But as Andre Agassi showed at Kooyong on Thursday, a leopard can
Wednesday August 19, 1998Forget about hours in front of the mirror, pining and primping your locks into labor-intensive "dos" this summer. And they'll be no more back-breaking blow-dries to cajole your hair into sleek style. The hottest spring hair trends pivot around, believe it or not, messed-up tresses. <
Tuesday April 28, 1998Collingwood supporters take note! While basking in your team's 20-point drubbing of Essendon at the weekend, you are probably unaware a sacred symbol is under threat. The magpie that gives Collingwood its colors and its nickname is gradually interbreeding with a northern magpie and creating a
Sunday March 29, 1998Rating: MA Starring: John Travolta, Emma Thompson, Adrian Lester, Kathy Bates, Billy Bob Thornton, Larry Hagman Critic's Warning: Extreme language, sexual references Critic's Rating: 7 out of 10 ALTHOUGH its reflection of modern politics is misty at times, Primary Colors does dish out
Thursday March 26, 1998PRIMARY COLORS Directed by Mike Nichols Screenplay by Elaine May, based on the novel by Anonymous Rated MA 15+ Hoyts city and suburbs, Greater Union suburbs, Verona, Valhalla, Hayden Cremorne Orpheum DOES director Mike Nichols go easy on the Clintons with a sanitised screen version of
Tuesday March 24, 1998It's a long way from The Restless Years to sleeping with the man who's about to be President. Australia's Gia Carides talks to DAVID HAY in Los Angeles about the movie the Clintons won't be watching. SHE'S had to dye her hair blonde - but that's about the only resemblance to her character in
Saturday January 17, 1998"Just gorgeous," said the grinning Martina Hingis, and she is not talking about the dark dye in her short hair, the brown contact lenses in her blue eyes or the latest range of Italian tennis wear she is paid many millions to wear. Rather, she is describing 1997, a phenomenal year in th
Sunday November 23, 1997FOR 38 years, Barbie has been the darling of little girls around the world. But with her straw white hair, big breasts and impossibly skinny frame, she is hardly a realistic role model. Feminists can rejoice. The world's most popular doll is getting real, with a breast reduction, less make-up
Saturday November 1, 1997For yonks, R. G. Menzies was the unchallenged master of eyebrow-speak. He used those great untamed tufts of grey-black hair to marvellous effect. He could raise them, lower them, arch them, move them a millimetre or two either way to sneer at or cut opponents to the quick or merely cause a laugh.
Saturday October 11, 1997This year racewear is feminine and pared-down - more flippy frocks than snappy suits. Florals will perforate the crowd, especially in flirty dresses or classic shifts, worn with simple summer coats. For those who prefer edgy style to girly glamor, a skinny pant suit will do nicely. To finish
Wednesday August 6, 1997In a glass case at the Geelong Wool Museum lies a small pile of fine, snowy white wool. It is displayed like a magical fleece, with fibres so fine you imagine that this is what true angel hair must look like. This wool was once part of the legendary Kadinia bale of ultrafine merino, the most ex
Wednesday October 16, 1996It was almost a typical Caulfield raceday. It rained, the sky was turning greyer marginally quicker than John Howard's hair and the racing was excellent and dramatic. But there was a difference. Lee Freedman, most successful trainer at VATC meetings this past season, did not get a winner. After t
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