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ghd Runway Report Fashion Week Swim 2010:Mara Hoffman,White Sands Australia,XTRA Life Lycra,Cia Maritima
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MARA HOFFMAN: Hair lead: Omar Lopez for ghd
“The Modern Hippie”
The Look: For her Resort 2010 Swim collection, Mara Hoffman drew inspiration from a spiritual exploration in the desert, which translated into a variety of unique silhouettes and colorful psychedelic prints, ranging from bold and bright to softer and more feminine
The ghd Way: Clean, bouncy waves for a modern take on the classic hippie coif. Lopez prepped the hair with ghd creation spray to protect models’ hair and provide a flexible hold for styling. He used a variation of ghd’s summer wave technique to create the clean, textured waves which was done by placing the ghd IV styler near the roots of hair and turning it 180 degrees upward and away from the scalp.
The ghd IV styler was slowing pulled down until it reached the midpoint between the roots and the ends, then flipped 180 degrees the opposite way and pulled all the way through the remaining half. Once the waves were created, Lopez misted ghd sea spray throughout to give the look definition and its overall beachy, matte texture.
WHITE SANDS AUSTRALIA: Hair lead: Andy Bodine for ghd
“The Ethereal Goddess”
Thanks to ghd, Talking Makeup is excited to give you a sneak peek to Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim 2010 in Miami!
CRYSTAL JIN: Hair lead: Jodi Aucoin for ghd
“The Classic Bohemian Beauty”
The Look: Crystal Jin never could find styles, colors and fabrics which matched with her personal taste and as a result has created her luxurious swimwear line out of necessity and her outdoor roots. The stunning 2010 collection reflects the classic bohemian beauty.
The ghd Way: What better way to mimic the timeless free-spirited beauty than with a modern tribute to the late Farrah Fawcett. Aucoin first prepped hair with ghd creation spray to protect models’ hair and help it retain movement after heat-styling. She then used the ghd IV styler to curl hair away from the face, echoing Farrah’s classic look. Aucoin used the root drag technique throughout most of the hair, then created root lift at the crown using the ghd IV styler.
After the curls were gently separated using fingers, Aucoin worked a couple dots of ghd polishing serum from the ends of the hair up which gave it more texture and definition. Finally, she backcombed the crown for an extra dose of volume and misted the entire look with ghd ultimate hairspray.
RED CARTER: Hair lead: Omar Lopez for ghd
“Trashy & Flashy Circa 1984”
ghd Runway Report Fall 2009 New York Fashion Week: MATTHEW WILLIAMSON Hair lead: Paul Hanlon for ghd.
“Chic. Graphic. Minimal.”
The Look: Straying from the typical bohemian style of collections past, Matthew Williamson wanted a whole different look for his latest collection. The result: graphic prints, structural designs, and a spectrum of vibrant colors and textures.
The ghd Way: Smooth, sleek, multi-textured hair polished to perfection.
First the ghd Directive Team prepped the hair with ghd thermal protector, dampening each section, to protect the hair from heat styling while retaining its moisture. This helped to create the perfect base for the ultra sleek style.
An extreme side part was created on either side of the head as a small amount of ghd obedience cream was applied throughout the hair. The hair was then blow-dried to a smooth finish using the ghd ceramic brush.
ghd Artistic Ambassador Andy Bodine shows you how to recreate Jessica Alba’s look using an array of ghd products.
Look 1: Sleek and Sassy: If you’re born with natural texture in your hair like Jessica, you’ll need to use an iron to get hair looking this sleek.
Start off with a lightweight product, like ghd thermal protector, which protects hair from the heat of your styling tools. The formula also controls static and brings out your hair’s natural shine. On hair with medium length, I use the ghd IV styler to straighten strands from root to tip. To prevent the style from looking too stiff and straight, slightly curl the ends inward. The ghd IV styler is great for this since the ceramic plates are beveled and float (meaning they have more give when you use it to curl, which prevent dents or lines in the hair). For Jessica’s fringe, I would use the ghd IV mini styler which comes with ½” plates that are great for using on shorter styles. After using the styler, apply just a small amount of ghd shining serum to smooth the cuticle and you’re ready to show off your sleek, sassy style.