Get The Look: Michelle Williams Sporting a Beautiful Blonde Bob from Kari Hill at Serge Normant at John Frieda salon in LA
I could never rock a full on pixie cut I don't think. My current cut is short enough thank you. But Michelle Williams
looks freakin' adorbs in hers and the bright blonde suits her skin tone.
She was rocking her signature pixie cut at Comic Con 2012 this past week, where she was promoting her new movie, “Oz: the Great and Powerful”, She is in it with Mila Kunis, James Franco and Rachel Weisz. Sounds like fun.
But most importantly, her cut was freshly colored blonde by Master Colorist, Kari Hill
, from Serge Normant at John Frieda Salon
in Los Angeles.
is a master of her coloring craft. In her 15 year career she has worked with top stylists in the industry including such as Serge Normant, Frederic Fekkai, Enzo Angileri, and Sally Hershberger. She has worked on countless celebrities such as Julia Roberts, Charlize Theron, Renee Zellweger, Lisa Kudrow, Lena Headley, Emily Deschanel, Zooey Deschanel, Anna Faris, Amy Smart, and Melissa Rivers. Those are some ladies with gorgeous hair.
Kari is not limited to a specific color or technique, but is well known for her diverse abilities: from highlighting to balyage, and from brunettes and reds to color correction. She does it all!
The Serge Normant at John Frieda salon
is famed for their world-class staff, beautiful design and celebrity clientele. The LA location, located at 8440 Melrose Place in West Hollywood, CA offers renowned services, experienced stylists and accomplished colorists in a chic yet comfortable atmosphere.
Serge Normant is undeniably one of the leading hairstylists in the fashion industry today, with a resume boasting regular bookings for covers of Harper's Bazaar, W, Allure and Vogue.
So if you want to get a great looking color and you live in LA..
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