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Hairstyle Trends. New York Fashion Week SS 2011. Aveda lead stylist Jenn Chiminiello created “wilted waves” using Aveda Pure Abundance Hair Potion and Aveda Air Control Hair Spray at the ORGANIC by John Patrick Spring/Summer 2011 Fashion Week presentation in New York.
The Hairstyle & Inspiration: “The undone, wavy look is sexy and unrestrained, inspired by a girl’s hair after she’s been in the water. It’s very soft and flowing with lots of texture to give it a natural messiness. It’s loose, second-day hair—like it was curled the day before and then left alone. Our collection this season is based around water. I love that the hair look evokes the salty, windblown feel of hair that’s dried after being in the ocean. The style definitely has some 1970’s, Charlie’s Angels inspiration but the finished look is completely fresh.”— John Patrick of ORGANIC by John Patrick
Spring/Summer 2010 Hair Trends by Guido for Redken
“This season we’re seeing so many different directions in terms of hair trends, but one thing that stands out is the idea of ‘urban romance.’ It’s not romantic hair in the usual sense, not down and free-flowing—it’s more for the city woman. Shapes have an edge, and it’s worn up in a ponytail or a knot.”
Hair Trends: New York Fashion Week Fall Winter 2010. Shows: Yigal Azrouel, Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, Lacoste, Jill Stuart. Hair by TIGI.
Hair: Teddy Charles for TIGI
Inspiration: A modern take on sexy, natural hair. Teddy created an understated and natural-looking ponytail loop-bun with a silky, textured finish.
Get the Look:
· CATWALK by TIGI Your Highness Root Boost Spray
· Love, Peace & the Planet by TIGI Freak of Nature
· CATWALK by TIGI Your Highness Firm Holding Hairspray
Hair Trend report 2010 with Advanced Techniques Salon Professional Haircare. Avon Global Stylists Advisors worked backstage at Charlotte Ronson’s Fashion Show, where they interpreted the clothing designs to create a simple, girly style that any woman could wear. With just a few Advance Techniques products, the team teaches us how to transform bland hair to beautiful styles.
The hairstyle: Bohemian Ballerina. “Create a fresh, young wispy look to amp up simple designs in your wardrobe this season.”-Tippi Shorter
1 . Prep wet hair from root to tip with Volumizing Mousse to enhance the natural shine and create volume. Using the Cushion Brush, blow dry hair section by section to distribute the product and create natural texture.
New York Fashion Week. Max Azria Fall Winter Collection. Hair by Bob Recine for Moroccanoil. The Fashion: For Fall/Winter 2010, Max Azria embarks on a minimalist journey of clean lines and artful tailoring. Dusty mineral tones soften a base of stark black, giving the palette an air of cool sophistication. Disassembled shapes are pieced together, creating textured surfaces in crepe, leather, mesh and satin. A paired down silhouette outlines this season’s vision of streamlined abstraction.
The Hairstyle: Bob Recine for Moroccanoil created a sophisticated flawlessly finished high-ponytail to complement the minimal vision of the 2010 Max Azria collection. “Smooth, well-conditioned, hair with beautiful shine is the essence of this streamlined look,” said Recine. He used argan oil-based Moroccanoil Luminous Hair Spray to create a structure based on flexible, free-moving hold, and finished with Moroccanoil Glimmer Shine Spray to add an invisible veil of radiant, natural-looking frizz-free shine.
Hair Trends: This month, Kim Vo, master colorist to Hollywood’s A-list and Shear Genius favorite, dishes on the latest and hottest hair trends for the season. This spring get sprung on Kim Vo’s favorite looks including: Roller Set, Full Face and Flower Power. Simply click image below to watch.
Oscars 2010 Hair Trends: Big Hair like Cameron Diaz. Get the look with full thickening cream by Living Proof.
The star turnout on the red carpet was big, and the hair was even bigger at the 82nd Annual Academy Awards show Sunday night. Romantic, natural tresses with lots texture and movement are speaking volumes this awards season. Living Proof celebrity stylist, Ward Stegerhoek, gives tips on how to use full thickening cream, and get the look at home. Full, the new breakthrough technology product that gives body and movement helps to create large, loose waves that will enhance any modern-chic style with a sexy, carefree, look.
Hairstyle Tips: How to get the big hair look
Step 1: When using full thickening cream, start with clean, damp hair. Squeeze a nickel-sized amount of full onto your fingertip. Once you dispense the correct amount, rub full between your hands. Ward Stegerhoek reminds us that full is designed to provide thickness, not lift. So if you want to use a root lifter, apply that first.
The messy up do was a trend on the Academy Awards 2010 red carpet. Celebs including Faith Hill, Jennifer Lopez, Sarah Jessica Parker, Rachel McAdams, Miley Cyrus, Penelope Cruz, Zoe Saldana and Kristen Stewart all embraced this look.
To get the look at home, celebrity stylist Oscar Blandi (who created Faith Hill’s Oscars 2010 hairstyle and has worked with Penelope Cruz and Jennifer Lopez) suggests following these steps:
Step 1: To create this look, the base is critical. Let 70% of the hair air dry and apply Oscar Blandi Volumizing Spray ($18, available at Sephora.com) from roots to end. Flip the hair upside-down and blow-dry on low mild heat.
It was a mod, mod world backstage at Fall 2010 Fashion Week. From Erin Fetherston to Cynthia Steffe, the look for hair was all about thick, blunt-cut bangs that harkened back to the mod squad models of the late 1960’s and early 1970’s. Here, some of our favorite versions of the look. Consider yourself warned: The bang is back and it’s bigger (and blunter) than ever.
Cool girl chic at Cynthia Steffe.
Photo: © Luca Cannionieri
At Cynthia Steffe, Bumble and bumble lead stylist Rolando Beauchamp gave models a clip-on faux bang to help embody the late 1960’s cool British/French girl inspiration. “We’re doing a really thick fringe, but the texture on the hair is dirty, like two-day old hair,” he said. The slept in texture added to the cool girl feel, giving models a messy-sexy hairstyle that was retro without being too literal.
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New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2010 Report: Avon for Mackage.
Avon’s Global Stylist Advisor Tippi Shorter created the hair look for the Mackage fall 2010 runway show, supported by a full team of Avon stylists. Tippi also creates dashing ‘dos for stars like Alicia Keys and Mary J. Blige.
Hair Tutorial: Here’s how to achieve this runway “Second Day Chic” hairstyle as called by Avon at-home!
Apply Advanced Techniques Volumizing Mousse by Avon to hair that has been dried straight, evenly distributing create a sturdy base for the style. Use a comb to create a deep diagonal part that extends from the hairline just above outside corner of one eye to crown.