To this day she is still the most stunning & iconic femme fatale…side swept, tumbling waves of hair. One eye always covered, creating a hint of allure and mystery…she was Veronica Lake, Paramount’s #1 female star through the 1940’s. Born Constance Frances Marie Ockelman in Brooklyn, New York, even as a young girl her mother recognized her ethereal beauty, natural charm and talent for acting. Arriving in Beverly Hills, California, she was enrolled in the Bliss Hayden School of Acting in Hollywood. Her big break arrived in 1941 with the film, “I Wanted Wings”, catapulting her to stardom. It was during that filming that Lake developed her signature look. Lake’s long blonde hair accidentally fell over her right eye during a take and created a “peek-a-boo” effect. The hairstyle became Lake’s trademark and was widely copied by women and still remains a go to look for celebrities the word over.
No one can create the “done yet undone” bedhead look quite like Redken Global Creative Director Guido Palau, which he proves in the October issue of Interview magazine. Styling Cindy Crawford’s daughter and doppelgänger Kaia Gerber, Guido achieved the extreme look using Redken’s new Triple Take 32 Extreme High-Hold Hairspray. “This is an ideal hairspray […]