Would You Rock Two-Tone Hair Like Selita Ebanks?

attends Samsung Hope for Children Gala at Cipriani Wall Street on June 7, 2011 in New York City.
attends Samsung Hope for Children Gala at Cipriani Wall Street on June 7, 2011 in New York City.

 

Selita Ebanks continues to show off her new two-toned pixie cut, stepping out at the Larry Crowne premiere in Hollywood on Monday night. She complemented the unique style with a fuchsia Marchesa mini and Christian Louboutin leopard-print shoes.

The 28-year-old actress and former Victoria’s Secret model debuted her two-tone coif June 7 at a charity gala in NYC.

Lately, Ebanks has been making some bold choices when it comes to her hair: In May, she swapped her long, flowing tresses for a chin-legnth bob and blunt bangs dyed a deep shade of red. Just weeks later, the star went back to her brunette roots but cropped her hair even shorter.

When going short, the rule of thumb is haircut first; dye job second. “Most people make the mistake of getting their color done before they receive their haircut,” says colorist Jamie Sanchez. “As a result the color gets cut out and impacts the appearance of both the color and the haircut.”

Section your hair into top and bottom layers. Keep the under layer dark for definition and, with a tone-on-tone approach to coloring, keep the top blonde section toward beige. The effect is “chic with strong definition” says stylist Marshall Lin.

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Shazi Visram guides Happy Family Brands from its corporate offices in Lower Manhattan. Visram sold the company to Danone for a reported $250 million in 2013, and now Visram is “paying it forward” by investing in other impact entrepreneurs.
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Shazi Visram guides Happy Family Brands from its corporate offices in Lower Manhattan. Visram sold the company to Danone for a reported $250 million in 2013, and now Visram is “paying it forward” by investing in other impact entrepreneurs.
Photo by John Montre

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Happy Family Brands CEO Shazi Visram is putting her experience as an impact entrepreneur, who successfully sold her company to Danone for a reported $250 million, to work as an impact investor looking to make the world a better place.…

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Model by Teresa Dilger

Hair by Marshall Lin

Make up by Nick London

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Beauty Shoot by Nelson N. Castillo / Hair by Marshall Lin

Photographer by Nelson N. Castillo 

Model by  Margaux Brazhnyk

Hair by Marshall Lin

Make up by Anya Sinclair Frankenberg

Casting Director by Steven Williams

Beauty Shoot by Nelson N. Castillo / Hair by Marshall Lin

Photographer by Nelson N. Castillo 

Model by Camila Lopes

Hair by Marshall Lin

Make up by Anya Sinclair Frankenberg

Casting Director by Steven Williams