Vol­ume was the theme at our Tre­semmé reader event with celebrity hair­styl­ist Chris Naselli.

Glamour (South Africa) - - Glam­our So­cial - By Eva Lon­go­ria

Re­laxed style and a happy mood were the or­der of the evening at our GLAM­OUR and Tre­semmé reader event in Cape Town. The star of the show: New York stylist and Tre­semmé brand am­bas­sador Chris Naselli shar­ing hair tech­niques he’s used on the likes of Ali­cia Vikan­der, Emma Roberts, Mindy Kal­ing and He­len Mir­ren. Add mod­els in glo­ri­ous Gal­luzziegini cre­ations, DJ Chris Jack on the decks, on-the-spot man­i­cures, a Pose4print pho­to­booth, fab­u­lous food and goodie bags packed with the en­tire new Tre­semmé Beauty-full Vol­ume range, and it’s fair to say that we went big with this one!

Lu­cille BALL

Ac­tress and pro­ducer The star of I Love Lucy, Lu­cille was a pi­o­neer: the first woman to head a TV stu­dio, and she cre­ated the re­run [with her hus­band Desi Ar­naz]. She was an ex­ec­u­tive, a pro­ducer, a wife and a mother, and she bal­anced it all so well.

HOLLY Robin­son Peete

Ac­tress and phi­lan­thropist My phil­an­thropic spirit comes from my ex­pe­ri­ence with my sis­ter El­iz­a­beth, and her spe­cial needs; Holly’s comes from her autis­tic son Rod­ney Jack­son (RJ). What she’s done for the autism com­mu­nity is so hon­ourable.

Dolores Huerta

Civil rights ac­tivist and US labour leader Dolores is a men­tor of mine. She in­tro­duced me to farm work­ers’ rights and taught me that in a world where there is so much at­ten­tion on what we eat, there isn’t enough in­ter­est in the peo­ple who pick our food.

so­nia so­tomayor

As­so­ciate jus­tice of the US Supreme Court I’ve in­ter­viewed So­nia and have got to know her, and she’s a great dame – vi­brant, full of life and so proud to be Latina.

maría FÉLIX

Ac­tress and singer She was the El­iz­a­beth Tay­lor of the golden era of Mex­i­can cinema, and she was very proud of her her­itage. Start with her 1946 film Enamorada ( A Woman In Love).

an­to­nia Hernán­dez

Ac­tivist and lawyer We met through the Mex­i­can Amer­i­can Le­gal De­fense and Ed­u­ca­tional Fund. She be­lieves women can have it all, just not at the same time. She taught me to pri­ori­tise what’s im­por­tant at this mo­ment in my life.

mar­cia cross and Felic­ity Huff­man

Ac­tresses I spent nearly a decade with them [on Des­per­ate Housewives]. Just watch­ing Felic­ity act was a priv­i­lege, and Mar­cia taught me how to be a kind hu­man be­ing. I am the pro­ducer-ac­tordi­rec­tor I am to­day be­cause I got to work with them.

su­san B an­thony

Suf­frag­ist and women’s rights ac­tivist I get so up­set about women who don’t vote, be­cause of what ac­tivists like Su­san went through. I re­spect what they did, so I vote.

maya an­gelou

Poet and civil rights ac­tivist To quote her, “Peo­ple will for­get what you said, peo­ple will for­get what you did, but peo­ple will never for­get how you made them feel.” So I try to make the peo­ple I in­ter­act with feel amaz­ing.

COR­PIO Ex­pect to be emo­tional You like the finer things in life, but re­mem­ber not to spend care­lessly at this time. Look out for emo­tional out­bursts on your part at work, es­pe­cially around 23-24 Septem­ber, when you may feel an­gry about be­ing told what to do. Cre­ate clear bound­aries with your col­leagues so you are sure of re­spect, and know that this is just a phase and it will pass. Love looks fan­tas­tic. If you’re un­at­tached, you could meet some­one who likes to live large. If you’re in a re­la­tion­ship, ex­pect beau­ti­ful con­ver­sa­tions and deep con­nec­tions.

23 Oct-21 NOV

apri­corn Stand up for your­self It’s time for an elec­tri­fy­ing change at home, as your in­ner wild an­i­mal is about to be re­leased. This may also mean fights with your loved ones; just know that if this does oc­cur, it’s only be­cause you’re stand­ing your ground. Sin­gle­tons, get set to meet some­one ath­letic and in­no­va­tive – the kind of per­son who likes to make the first move. Keep a han­dle on your money and put in ex­tra hours at work, as check­ing de­tails will calm you and give you a greater sense of con­trol. A good time for this will be 12-14 Septem­ber.

22 Dec-19 JAN

au­rus Great changes lie ahead You’ll ex­pe­ri­ence a huge emo­tional shift around 24 Septem­ber, when in­tense en­ergy forces you to take things more se­ri­ously. There’s big trans­for­ma­tion in your work life, too, so go with the flow, don’t be afraid of change and hold your vi­sion as you’ll at­tract money this month – you just need to make the right con­nec­tions. If you’re sin­gle, you’ll at­tract a tall, am­bi­tious in­di­vid­ual. Part­nered up? For­eign trav­els will deepen your ro­mance. And while change is on the hori­zon, how about look­ing for ben­e­fits in ex­er­cise, too?

20 Apr-20 MAY

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FROM LEFT TO RIGHT Sarah Saun­ders, Sihle Ndimba, Gwyn Smith, Gareth Mar­shall, Chris Naselli, Cathal­i­jne Oudijk and Sphe Mjadu. Gal­luzziegini’s Cris­tian Gal­luzzi and Clau­dio Sousa.

Chris demon­strat­ing a full side pony­tail on model Let­shego Me­lesi.

The cat­walk set-up at our venue for the evening, East City Stu­dios, Cape Town.

LEFT GLAM­OUR beauty di­rec­tor Michelle Brown­lee Smith talk­ing trends. BE­LOW Unilever’s Nelly Yimbo and Cas­san­dra Tay­lor ex­plain the sci­ence be­hind Tre­semmé’s range.

GLAM­OUR ed­i­tor Pn­ina Fen­ster chats to hair guru Chris Naselli. LEFT Parme­san and rocket risotto by Dish Food & So­cial Cater­ing. ABOVE Pravda Vodka cock­tails.

GLAM­OUR’S Karen Ten­nent, Staci Lazarus and Sam O’dowd.

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