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Fashion Plates: SO LONG

Cascading locks had a major moment on these spring/summer 2013 runways. —Kristen Heinzinger

Carolina Herrera

Orlando Pita for Moroccanoil opted for strong, architectural looks at the Carolina Herrera show. He held back a front hair section with hairspray to simulate a barrette and let locks flow down the back. KEY PRODUCTS: Moroccanoil Volumizing Mousse, Frizz Control, Luminous Hairspray Strong, Round Brush

Prabal Gurung

Paul Hanlon for Schwarzkopf Professional Osis+ created this modern grunge-inspired, center-parted look that’s sleek but not overdone. KEY PRODUCTS: Schwarzkopf Professional Osis+ Grip Extreme Hold Mousse, Buff Light Styling Cream, Magic Anti-frizz Shine Serum, Elastic Flexible Hold Hair Spray

Alexandre Herchcovitch

Moroccanoil Artistic Director Antonio Corral Calero crafted a look as if the models had “just gotten out of bed.” He curled locks with an iron, parted hair in the middle and rolled it into pin curls at the sides for volume. KEY PRODUCTS: Moroccanoil Volumizing Mousse, Root Boost, Treatment, Glimmer Shine Spray, Luminous Hairspray Strong

Peter Som

For this “East Village girl” take, Wella Professionals Global Creative Director Eugene Souleiman created a center part and inserted extension pieces for streaks of color. He twisted locks into a bun for loose waves once undone. KEY PRODUCTS: Wella Professionals Brilliance Shampoo, Brilliance Conditioner, Brilliance Treatment, Velvet Amplifier, Ocean Spritz, Texture Touch

 

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About the Author

Kristen Heinzinger

Kristen Heinzinger is the managing editor at American Salon magazine, based in New York City. Born and raised in New York and a graduate of Boston University’s journalism program, Kristen has experience as a copy editor and writer for finance and art publications in NYC. Her combined passion for writing and the beauty industry brought her to American Salon, where she reports on the latest and greatest in hair, skincare, makeup and nails.