The look itself is a mix of intensely vivid shades paired with equally opaque, darker tones to give an added edge to Chloe’s style. It’s completely complimentary! From the bold liner and deep lip to the unexpected contrasts in the hair, this look strikes a beautiful balance between dark and vibrant hues. Want to learn how to get the look? Here’s a total breakdown of how Redken Artist, Sean Godard along with NYX Cosmetics created Chloe Norgaard’s split dye haircolor and dark makeup.
Nothing turns heads quite like 50/50 haircolor. It’s a look that pushes the envelope and changes the way we think about traditional haircolor. To get the look, Godard started by pre-lightening two panels of hair on either side of Chloe’s face using a lightener or bleach.
Once the hair was lightened, he applied two shades of Redken’s semi-permanent haircolor, City Beats and seamlessly blended them to create a more optical look. For the blue sections, Godard used Times Square Teal and Brooklyn Blue to create that beautiful blue hue. One the other section, he used the shades East Village Violet paired with Midtown Magenta to create that punchy pink and purple gradient.
To really complement the boldness of Chloe’s hair, her makeup artist created a look that completely accentuates the haircolor without overpowering the rest of her style. She opted to start off with a clean-looking base and really put the focus on Chloe’s eyes and lips. Honestly, this strong winged liner and burgundy lip gives us life. Here’s how to get Chloe’s flawless makeup step-by-step.