A day at Carré
This weekend was all about hair for Hunter Linda. If your following Lifestylehunters for a while, you maybe noticed that my hair cut and color is changing quite often. Last year my hair turned 3 times into grey, blue and pink because of the L’Oréal Color Trophy. The fact that blue is the new blond proved when we passed trough the semi-finals in Arnhem to the finals. Yesterday was the big day, the final of the L’Oréal Color Trophy in Carré. The preperations started last week by searching for the perfect outfit.
At Cream PR I fell in love with the amazing dress of Winde Rienstra. The dress was made out of sholder pads, which made it look like the scale of a fish. The colors of my hair were inspired by fishes, so that made perfect sens. Saterday morning I travelled to Toni & Guy in Haarlem to cut and color my hair. Of all the 3 times this time the color and the cut were both the most successful. My job was to ensure that the hair wouldn’t damaged Saturday evening, during the Diesel pool party but it all went well. We started with the rehearsal at Carré really early, after that Charlotte prepared my hair, the make-up artist the make-up and the stylist (Hunter Niels) the dress. Meanwhile Hunter Niels enjoyed watching the repititions of Adlicious, Claes Iversen and some very hot dancers. He hardly saw anything of the show afterwards, because the image of the dancer laying on the floor kept in his mind the whole evening. At 21.00 we were ready for the big moment. My minute of fame, rocking the catwalk in Carré. Trembling legs and sweaty hands but it went very well. After the show Sylvie Meis and Claes Iversen announced the winner of the category fashion, an exciting moment. I was the only blond girl, the rest of the girls were all red. Remaiko Rijneveld from Remaiko’s Haircompany got the award and even the overall award. A well-deserved winner, the color and cut were both amazing. A pity I didn’t win, but it was such a great day and great experience. I rocked the catwalk in Carré! Hunter Niels took some pictures, see the diary of a day in Carré.