I love Christina Hendricks‘ sassy portrayal of Joan Holloway on Mad Men. Even though we’ll all miss the drama at Sterling Cooper & partners when the series signs off, Christina will have no trouble moving on to bigger and better roles.
One new venture for Christina is brand ambassador for Clairol’s Nice ’n Easy hair colour products. Even though she is naturally a dark blonde, Christina has been coloring her hair at home for years.
In fact, Christina has been using Nice ‘n Easy ever since she went red (she was inspired by Anne of Green Gables):
“I love that the results from Nice ‘n Easy are so natural looking; I know it’s going to turn out natural and beautiful and I don’t have to worry about it.”
Sheer, Shimmery Pastels for Lips and Nails
Mad Men’s sixth season (and second to last season) is set to premiere with a two-hour episode on April 7.
To honor the occasion, Estée Lauder has just introduced a second partnership with the nostalgic 60’s series.
The new collection features a pink palette this time and includes:
- See-Thru Blush in Light Snow
- Rich, Rich Lipstick in Pinkadelic
- Nail Lacquer in Pink Paisley
Are You a Joan or a Peggy?
Mad Men may have been off the air for almost a year, but that hasn’t stopped fans from wanting to recreate the vintage looks of leading characters like Joan Harris and Don Draper.
The Mad Men collection, available in Banana Republic stores and online starting this month, includes 65 items created as a contemporary collaboration between the store and Janie Bryant, Mad Men’s costume designer. Bryant also has designed another line of 60s-inspired clothing (called Mod) for QVC and The Shopping Channel.