Friday, September 13, 2013
The temptation of dying my hair is coming back: Rainbow Hair will always be in Fashion.
I have had my hair dyed pink, purple, the usual "i'm going though a phase" color. But now that my hair is completely grown out, I feel like I blend in with the crowd of usual people. These images aren't helping me at all either. I can't dye my hair because I have to keep my job and look professional at all times. Maybe when I'm thirty and I have a comfortable job, I will go bat-shit crazy with my hair like I'm Nina Hagen from the 80's.
Easy for her to maintain because her hair is so short.
Eva Pinkland with her pastel sisters.
And these colors never last more than a week. Unless you don't wash your hair at all....
Shrinkle from SugarPill Cosmetics (far right), always makes the job of looking like a pack of skittles so easy.
The clouds are pretty cute, but that you wouldn't have to play with your hair as often.
This raspberry works. It's not too tacky, or out there like some other looks.
90's raver aka never getting a corporate job again.
From the Zac Posen Spring 2014 Show. It's a little reminiscent of Joker from the Batman Animated Series, but's it's totally trendy.
And of course deep purple fading into fuchsia.
Hello, Kittens! My name is KIKA. I am 21 years old. A recent graduate from the Fashion Institute of Technology. And I have officially become a Free Lance Fashion Designer. Like many designers, I see the world through various perspectives and I am greatly inspired by many things. Other than the trends and the history of fashion, I fancy video games, art and cutesy stuff that brings me back to a nostalgic era where looking through rose colored glasses was my motto of life. I am working on developing my brand to make it as close to how I want it to be in my dreams.
I design for women who aren’t afraid of their style or personality. A woman should be proud of where she came from, but who she is now. I am obsessed with color and subtlety and minimalism is just not me. Maybe for others, but I believe you can walk into a room and bring attention to others with out saying a thing. The social butterfly, the dinner party enthusiast and museum aficionado are the kind of women I am inspired by.
I do custom garments for any occasion. Please email me at Designsbykika@gmail.com for any requests or inquiries.