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Textured waves and high-volume styles took center stage on the fall/winter ’13 runways. —Kristen Heinzinger

PHOTOGRAPHY: stefano guindani photography for moroccanoil (Just cavalli); JON GURINSKY FOR AVEDA (ANN YEE); CHARLES SYKES FOR REDKEN (BOTTEGA VENETA); COURTESY OF REDKEN (MARC BY MARC JACOBS)


Bottega Veneta
Redken Creative Consultant Guido created a ’40s-meets-’70s style at Bottega Veneta’s Milan show by pin-curling hair, letting it cool and brushing it out before sweeping a section across the forehead and pinning. KEY PRODUCTS: Redken Guts 10, Iron Shape 11

 


Ann Yee

Aveda Global Styling Director Allen Ruiz fashioned full-bodied, texturized halos of hair at Ann Yee’s New York show. He blow-dried strands for volume, wrapped sections around large U-pins, flat-ironed them to set, then released and backcombed before making a twist. KEY PRODUCTS: Aveda Pure Abundance Style-Prep, Be Curly Hair Spray, Control Force


Just Cavalli
At the Just Cavalli Milan show, James Pecis for Moroccanoil blow-dried strands, twisted them around oversized pins and clipped them, then used a flat-iron to create a waved set. He released the hair and shook it free for edgy yet feminine waves. KEY PRODUCTS: Moroccanoil Volume Mousse, Luminous Hairspray Medium, Treatment Light, Glimmer Shine

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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.