The Beehive is back!
Originating in the USA in 1958, this intensely teased and spray lacquered version of ‘big hair’ was made popular by Audrey Hepburns character, Holly Golightly, a naive, eccentric socialite in the 1961 film, Breakfast at Tiffany’s. The more modern Beehive version varies from the messy, wild child coif sported by Amy Winehouse to one more sleek, flattering and understated.
According to Connie Valladares, owner of Vita Hair for Life, “celebrities such as Beyonce’ and Katherine Heigle and others on the red carpet have become more adventurous with their hair, especially because the dress styles are simplistic but colorful.”
“This Spring, there is a return to a more groomed look, ” says Valladares, “Girls can make a statement with their hair no matter what they are wearing.” A sleek updo, or a side bun are striking examples of this season’s sculpted hair. ” I view hair as an additional accessory” , says Valladares. “Color and form makes all the difference in your overall look.
Learn how to do chic beehives and buns at Spoiled Chics BFF After School Party on Friday, April 24.
Get Free Prom up do hair consultations by Vita Hair for Life, Make up by Shain Kish, of Giorgio Armani Cosmetics,
Refreshments, Music, Raffles, and 20% OFF your purchase just for bringing a non-perishable food item for the Sewickley Community Food Pantry.
BFF After School Party
Friday, April 24
Spoiled Chics the Boutique
350-1/2 Beaver St.
Sewickley, Pa. 15143