Hair Colour

February 17th, 2011

LOVE the hair at Jeremy Scott yesterday (never mind the clothes). A year of dip-dyed ends all over tumblr and I’m still into it, this is getting serious. The whole look reminds me of a Barbie doll I had that had heat activated pink and purple streaks in her hair, I’m down with that.

21 Comments

  1. agnes szucs says:

    oh, what a surprise of an illustration! i love it!
    xo
    agnes

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  2. Ismay says:

    I had that Barbie. It was pretty magical. I keep getting tempted to do this to my own hair..

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  3. grace says:

    i totally want to do something similar to my own hair! I am that much in love with it!

    Love the illustration Doll!

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  4. […] covered the hair at Jeremy Scott’s autumn/winter 2011 collection better than I could – complete with a spectacular illustration – but I wouldn’t be doing my duty as a hair journalist if I didn’t post a few […]

  5. Stephanie says:

    Heat activated streaks?! That is a definite step up from the hair mascara (ha!) I used on my poor Barbies.

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  6. anne says:

    The show was realy weird!
    the hair look like those plastic dolls with scoobidoo hair,don’t you think?!

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  7. Catherine says:

    Yep, I am so obsessed with dip-dyed/multi-color hair lately. I’d love to do this with my hair, but I still haven’t asked my boss if I’m allowed to have them at work. I love the ones at this show – so bright!

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  8. Flaviana says:

    Good Illustration! I love it, I used it as a desktop image!!!

    Dress up for armageddon

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  9. […] makes, especially these mugs. Must get my hands on these beauties (literally). via Modish. 6. Extremely fun hair and makeup at Jeremy Scott that circa 1999 raver Kate would have killed for. 7. “You know what? […]

  10. Oh, cool – it feels very Sailor Moon to me (lol) – but in a *good* way. Love the fun colors!! :)

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  11. […] Kris Atomic is making me want dip-dyed hair […]

  12. Michal Stern says:

    It’s amazing how you can take inspiration from a runway. I saw this picture last week and thought about the colors, but you actually made something great out of it!

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  13. This is so cool! I love your illustration<3 I like the hair, but I really like the make-up too.
    When I was young I really wanted that Barbie too, but I didn't get it. This post brings back some memories.

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  14. Camila F. says:

    Very Barbie doll. Great colors!

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  15. Sarah says:

    Oh Kris! I am finally back to the world of blogging this week (after a six month hiatus) and it’s posts like this that keep me up to my neck in inspiration – wow, I love it! Thanks!

    Also, I agree, this whole hair streaks and tips and colours and flares are great. I want cotton candy pink or ice blue on my tips (with my black hair), despite being 24.
    Also, you’re going to Iceland? YES! I’m excited for you. Can’t wait to see the photos you produce, I’m sure it’ll be beyond epic. SO JELZ OMG!1!!

    Also, now that I’m back to blogging land, I have a new blog address: http://www.sarahkane.net
    Just in case you want to update the link (thank you), anytime.

    It’s nice to be back, forgot how much I love your blog. Also, thanks for getting Andrew to get in touch re: my website. He was a great help and I’m so pleased with DPG, so cheers. :)
    x

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    Sarah says,

    February 24th, 2011 @ 8:51 am

    Silly me, my new blog is: http://www.sarahkaneblog.net (the other address is my folio). :)

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  16. I love the illustration you did! Its so stunning. Have a great day

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  17. kiki says:

    Hey,
    did you notice that one of the models is a man?
    Love your blog!
    Kiki

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    kris atomic says,

    February 25th, 2011 @ 1:49 pm

    I know, Andrej Pejic!
    Thank you! x

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  18. […] Kris Atomic’s drawings of the hair at Jeremy Scott are adorable […]

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