Eniko Mihalik is red hot

Bright red can be a tricky colour. I sometimes fear it a little – fear its boldness, fear it will come off looking like a scene from a bad 80s daytime soap (Lady in red / is dancing with me…). If you have similar fears, let this pictorial of Eniko Mihalik allay them. She rocks shades of vermilion through to candy apple and fire engine red, in everything from sequins to silk to suspenders. Some observations: classic waved hair = yes, yes, yes. The right hair and makeup is the difference between tacky and elegant. Bold, modern jewellery and accessories work to keep the look current. Matching bright red nails = sure, why not go all out. And finally, having Camilla Akrans to photograph you is also a pretty major plus.

Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Nippon August 2010
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Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Nippon August 2010
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Nippon August 2010
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Nippon August 2010
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Nippon August 2010
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Nippon August 2010
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Nippon August 2010
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Nippon August 2010
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Nippon August 2010
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Nippon August 2010
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Nippon August 2010
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Nippon August 2010

Red Star was styled by Sissy Vian. You can see the whole gallery by clicking on the picture above.

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