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Paris Fashion Week SS 2011. At Yves Saint Laurent, the look was once again, wet with high-shine, but this time it was an inverted roll around the head, inspired by a strong woman.
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“For this show, the designer wanted a very structured look, so we went with a style that is very close to the head and high-shine and wet looking. This represents a very strong woman and the shine adds a bit of drama.” –Guido, Redken Creative Consultant
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Paris Fashion Week SS 2011. Designer: Zac Posen. The Makeup Look & Inspiration: “There’s a lyrical movement to the clothes, and that was my inspiration for the look.” Kabuki for MAC.
MAC makeup face chart for Zac Pposen SS 2011
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Paris Fashion Week SS 2011. At Emanuel Ungaro, the looks was a wet, high shine, small head with a braided headband, inspired by a German/Austrian girl who has grown up, someone who would have been the muse of the German-Austrian acclaimed photographer Helmut Newton.
Photos by Matt Lever for Redken
“The designer is an old friend and it’s his first time designing for this house so it’s a pleasure to be here. For the hair style, we decided on a Heidi inspired braided headband look. There is something very innocent about this style, but once the girls have their makeup done with dark lips, she turns into this very sexy, decadent, Helmut Newton woman.” –Guido, Redken Creative Consultant
Backstage at Emporio Armani, iconic hairstylist Oribe crafted sleek, modern updos to complement the youthfulness of the Spring/Summer 2011 collection. “The best part about this look is that it was easy to tailor to each model, based on personality, hair texture and length of hair. We customized the look, so some ponytails came from the back, and some pushed forward from the side,” says Oribe. “This is a quick and simple style that will look fresh on anyone.”
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Backstage at Giorgio Armani Spring/Summer 2011, iconic hairstylist Oribe smoothed models’ hair into sleek updos and topped them with navy Tuareg style head wraps to complement the collection inspired by the night sky over the Sahara. “The models wore turbans for Giorgio Armani, and we wanted them to look beautiful, smooth and polished,” says Oribe.
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Paris Fashion Week Spring Summer 2011. Hair by Guido for Redken. At Pedro Lourenco show, the look was a wet look, this time a top knot inspired by a space princess.
“The hair is very simple at this show, we created a very wet looking top knot – think space futuristic princess. The look elongates the neck and makes a very nice silhouette” –Guido, Redken Creative Consultant
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Paris Fashion Week SS 2011. Designer: Lanvin. Hair by Guido for Redken. The Hairstyle & Inspiration: At Lanvin, the look was a wet low ponytail, inspired by a girl who just finished scuba diving and pulled her hair back into a ponytail.
Photos by Matt Lever for Redken
“This look is quite different from last season’s look- there are a few sporty pieces in the collection so we wanted to play on that and created a wet, low ponytail as if a girl just finished scuba diving or a swim. This is something most women have actually worn- rushing out of the shower to work and putting hair, wet, into a low ponytail.” –Guido, Redken Creative Consultant
Milan Fashion Week SS 2011. Designer: Max Mara. Makeup by Tom Pecheux for MAC. The Makeup Look: “It’s nineties Helmut Lang, very minimal, monochromatic and about the contrast of matte satin skin against gloss to bring out the lips and eyes.”-Tom Pecheux.
Max Mara MAC makeup face chart SS 2011
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Milan Fashion Week SS 2011. Designer: ETRO. Makeup by Charlotte Tilbury for MAC. The Makeup Look: “It’s got a seventies vibe but is quite chic and done in a contemporary way…it’s a smoked lavender purple that’s universally flattering. She’s hypnotic and dramatic.”-Charlotte Tilbury.
ETRO MAC makeup face chart SS 2011
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