One other point – When they tell red heads not to wear red, orange or pink they mean near their face. That’s a “general” rule but I think cutting out a color completely is a mistake. It’s all about the shade of that color and how it works with your face and hair. I won’t wear yellow or beige “generally” but on occasion there is a yellow or beige that works on me…. That’s actually a bad example ’cause I hate yellow and beige anyway but you get the point.
And for those who don’t know, this is a fairly new hair color for Coco. I think it took her from beautiful to striking. It’s “one louder”, if you get what I’m saying….If you don’t get it, go rent Spinal Tap.
She looks gorgeous in this photograph. I love the silhouette, textures, and color combination. Her coiffure makes her hair look like bold paint strokes across her head, and there’s something very precious about that detail.
What I really love about this photo, that Coco is in motion.. not the tipical “strike a pose” photo. I like her serious face. For me, CocoÂ´s biggest accessory is her lips, so I donÂ´t really like the new red hair. But the pants and the shoes are killer.
The bag gives me a great idea..i have one with similar shape from Esprit, rather boring though..a couple of square rivet would rock it up..
Ok, this screamin’-at-’cha pink has always been my favorite color. I am so pleased to see how she’s combined it with the black, the RED!! hair, her really, really, white skin and really, really red lips. Pow! She acts as a superhero of color.
Sorry Scott, but the only things I like about this shot are the pants and the shoes. Pairing them with the silver studded MJ bag (am I the only one who thinks it looks cheap here?!) and that silver (white) zipper-lined jacket is a no-go. The flashes of silver and two different shades of black just ruin it for me!