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on Feb 12, 2014
For Jeremy Scott’s collection, hair lead Eugene Souleiman for Wella Professionals came up with a “just out of the shower” look—but didn’t use water because it would damage the leather clothing. Instead, he called on Wella Professionals Extra Volume Styling Mousse, combing hair back with the product. “We’re literally
on Feb 12, 2014
Mathieu Mirano’s latest collection includes tough elements like fur and leather alongside elegant designs to give looks an edge, so hair lead Rita Marmor for Oribe Hair Care wanted to also create contrast in the hair. To achieve this, she made a clean center part juxtaposed with a rough, natural ponytail. “You get the best
on Feb 12, 2014
For Patrik Ervell’s show, lead hairstylist Holli Smith for Oribe Hair Care created a look that was a combination of wet and dry. “It almost looks like the guy was wearing a visor, and he’s sweated a bit so his hairline is wet but the rest of his head is still really dry,” Smith says. To get the look, she sprayed dry
on Feb 09, 2014
Backstage before Parkchoonmoo's Fall/Winter 2014, TIGI's Global Creative Director Nick Irwin told us about his inspiration for a minimalistic hair look that tucks into the clothing to enhance the architectural, clean look of designer Demi Park's collection. "This is really precise hairdressing," he says of the style. "It
on Feb 09, 2014
Fresh faces, light nails and slightly textured hair complemented Public School’s Fall/Winter 2014 collection of flowing fabrics for a cool, effortless look on the runway. Allen Ruiz for Aveda says he strived to achieve a slight wave in the hair that looked as if locks got stuck in a shirt collar or scarf. He started with

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