Artista Hair ColorGroup is Now Recreating Classic Hairstyles Through Custom
Cutting & Color Techniques
At Artista Hair ColorGroup in Scarsdale, NY, cookie-cutter hairstyles simply don’t cut it. Even
traditional styles are tweaked to make skin tones look brighter, bring out natural eye color, and help
sculpt and balance any face shape.
Scarsdale, NY, September 07, 2010 --(PR.com)-- At Artista Hair ColorGroup Even Classic Styles are
Every woman deserves personalized attention and a customized hairstyle that suits her lifestyle, personal
image and individual taste. At Artista Hair ColorGroup in Scarsdale, NY, owner and master stylist Rocky
Plateroti even updates classic looks by re-thinking what's traditional and using his client's unique features
and personality as inspiration. Here's how it's done for a '60s bob and a '70s shag:
Keep True To Your Blues
The Look: It may be true that blondes have more fun but don't forget about those baby blues. So many
natural blondes with blue eyes think that adding lighter blonde highlights is their only haircolor option.
Cut: Brielle wanted a low-maintenance bob. For a fresh take, it's modified with round lines instead of the
classic straight ones. The shorter shape makes her face appear more oval—her previous long hair
emphasized its rectangular shape. Other advantages of the alterations: Her jaw line is softened and the
focus is now on cheekbones and eyes. Perfect for a young professional, this versatile shape is clean and
Color: To play-up blue eyes and porcelain skin tones, Plateroti placed warm copper hues near her
hairline. Color contrast close to the face makes blue eyes appear even brighter. The chunkier blonde
highlights placed throughout create movement and depth.
The Look: Ever find an old picture of your mom and think, “Wow—she looked amazing?” If
you've got a trendy vibe and a flare for all things fabulous, why not take a cue from her retro style and
make it your own?
Cut: By using long, round layers, Plateroti creat