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ROBERTO CAVALLI Milan Fashion Week Spring – Summer 2013. “This look is really about how the girls look best themselves, how great they look walking down the runway with their natural hair, and really I’m just enhancing that. I’m also tucking the hair behind the ears at the end to give a slightly disheveled feel. But the clothes are very glamorous and they say it all- to create the right overall look for this show, we had to downplay the hair a little bit. This is an easy style that’s a little bit grungy, and just very cool.”-Guido, Redken Creative Consultant
A return to simplicity…”This season, it’s all about paring down the hair. Hair had a very modern feel, with styles that stayed close to the head. Loose hair was the exception, not the rule.”
An added touch…”Adding a hair accessory like a hat or a headband can really complement an over-all look.”
A changeable nature…”Heat styling is crucial when you’re backstage. I need products that protect the hair and lock in shape, so I can transform models’ hair from one show to another.”
–GUIDO, Redken Creative Consultant.
Hair Trend 1: Perfectly Undone. Softly reconstructed looks with a natural matte finishing. Ponytails, knots and half-ponytails had a casual, disheveled look that played perfectly against spring’s ladylike silhouettes.
Finishes were satin-matte, with an easy elegance.
AS SEEN AT:
Balenciaga • Calvin Klein • Celine • Marc Jacobs • Peter Som • Pollini • Salvatore Ferragamo.
Peter Som, Pollini, Calvin Klein.
How to get perfectly undone hairstyle:
• Hair shouldn’t look tamed this season. Instead, bring out natural texture by applying thickening lotion 06 body builder and tousling with your fingers as you blow-dry.
Did you love Amy Poehler’s laid-back Emmy hair at this year’s awards on September 21st? Here is your chance to get the look with simple tips from the mastermind behind the look – Creative Consultant for the John Frieda Collection, Harry Josh.
Harry’s projection for Red Carpet ’09 Hair – “I think we are going to see a lot of hair down and not as long as in past years. Less layers, more clean brushed, sleek looks.”
“Amy is so down to earth and doesn’t ever take herself too seriously,” says Harry. “She wanted her hair to fit her personality and also her chic yet simple dress. So we went with a look that was loose and very easy-going.”
Harry’s Quick & Easy How To Get Amy Poehler’s Emmy Hair:
Step 1: Harry started by shampooing her hair with the John Frieda Lustrous Touch Sheer Blonde Strengthening Shampoo and Conditioner to make it silky, then toweled it dry. To give it lots of volume, Harry applied a palm sized amount of the new John Frieda Luxurious Volume Bountiful Body Mousse from root to end to add some volume.
Step 2: Next, he sprayed her roots with the John Frieda Luxurious Volume Lavish Lift Root Booster Spray to give the crown some extra lift. Make sure not to spray the whole head – focus on the roots only – to keep from weighing hair down. Then he blew her hair dry in sections
This fall, the biggest trend in clothing is texture, from the smoothness of varnish to the multidimensional surface of tweed. Look for the same trends to appear in makeup and hair on celebrities and in magazine ads, giving you plenty of fun new options to try. Pick your favorites here and start experimenting.
|Gwen Stefani Hair Photos
We can’t get enough of Gwen, whether we’re singing along to her tracks or coveting her creative looks. She bounces from punk rocker to glamour chick with an ease we try to emulate, but nobody does it quite like she can. Check out her many different (very blonde) hairstyles, all of which look amazing. …More