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on Sep 10, 2012
Antonio Corral Calero, Moroccanoil artistic director, crafted the modern French twists at Catherine Malandrino's spring 2013 show. To get the look, he prepped the hair with Moroccanoil Treatment, then applied Root Boost (available in early 2013) at the roots and Volumizing Mousse (available in October) from the mid-lengths
on Sep 10, 2012
Lela Rose’s spring 2013 collection was inspired by the art of painter Jim Hodges; to complement the tk fashions, lead hairstylist Ted Gibson created a knotted updo that was “a little bit uptown and a little bit downtown.” To get the look, Gibson parted the hair in the center, created a little texture with a flat iron and
on Sep 10, 2012
Guido, Redken creative consultant, created a dual-textured modern long hair look to complement the chic clothing at Victoria Beckham’s show, which took place at the elegant New York Public Library. “It has no reference to another period in time,” he told me. To achieve the look, he added extensions to some of the hair for
on Sep 10, 2012
Backstage at The Stage at Lincoln Center, Jon Reyman for Aveda gave long hair an effortless-looking, natural treatment at Charlotte Ronson. First, he prepped strands with Pure Abundance Style Prep and Control Force Firm Hold Hair Spray and parted the hair in the middle. Next, he wrapped sections around his fingers before
on Sep 10, 2012
The Behnaz Sarafpour show took place at the elegant Jane Hotel, where Aveda’s Antoinette Beenders was backstage crafting beautiful, slightly undone ponytails to complement the 18th century-inspired clothing. “It’s meant to be under-processed hair—not too done but also with a little bit of height on top,” she told me. To