Two years ago the Ombré made its trend setting debut, spurning many a fashionista to sport dark-to-light tresses seemingly overnight. Originally the fade was a severe contrast, whereby the line that separated the color was quite obvious and pronounced.
The Pop Culture Rainman™
Renee Gold is an entertainment and communications juggernaut with experience in radio, television, print, publicity, branding and event production. She has been featured as an entertainment/music contributor in <em>Elle Canada</em> for 12 years, and is a contributor to <em>Huffington Post Music Canada</em>. <br> She was a Canadian stringer for <em>People</em> magazine and brought her passion for pop culture to Canada by creating the magazine <em>Naked Eye</em>, acting as editor in chief. <br> <br> She has interviewed everyone from Lenny Kravitz to Adele to Robert Downey Jr. She was the only Canadian journalist invited on the set of the <em>Lord of the Rings</em> in New Zealand, has been pulled on stage by Prince three times in concert and Leonard Cohen tried to fix her up with his son after he was charmed by her interviewing skills. <br> <br> She continues to work in media and is writing her first book. Please follow her on Twitter @ReneeGold1 & her blog: popculturerainman.com <br> <br> *She feels awkward about referring to herself in third person and feels she must go now*
I think the biggest ruse that women try to sell themselves, and each other, is that WE are aging naturally. While some of us are 'maturing' better than others, my belief is that after a certain age most women are actively doing their personal best to slow down father time -- they're just not telling anyone about it.
08/15/2013 05:29 EDT
Today is my one year anniversary on Twitter -- aptly coined a Tweetaversary, and so, I thought I would toast the momentous occasion with a celebratory blog post. Finally on November 28, 2011 -- I began my slow ascent towards branding myself globally.
11/28/2012 12:35 EST
I've been attending the Toronto International Film Festival in various permutations over the last decade. This year was especially interesting as it was my inaugural TIFF season on Twitter -- adding a virtual blizzard of information into the mix. My coverage this year was a pu-pu platter of events, lounges, pop-ups and charitable causes and with most of it being re-tweeted in real-time, I quickly learned that I could not "dance at every wedding."
09/19/2012 05:21 EDT
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