Aveda Styles Hair at the Stella McCartney Resort 2015 Presentation

The Elizabeth Street Garden in New York City set the stage for the Stella McCartney Resort 2015 presentation which was inspired by Stella’s mother Linda McCartney. Aveda Guest Artist Frank Rizzieri created “soft, simple 1970’s style waves” to compliment the collection at this enchanting garden. “To create a barrier against humidity and to fight frizz, I first applied new Aveda Smooth Infusion Naturally Straight creme to the models’ hair,” said Rizzieri. “We then added a little texture with Aveda Pure Abundance™ Style Prep and blew it in with a diffuser. After creating a gentle center part, I tucked hair behind the ears and added a barely-there wave to the ends. Finally, I tousled the hair with Aveda Dry Remedy Daily Moisturizing Oil for extra shine.”

How to get the look:

Step 1. Dampen and divide the hair into a top and bottom section. Apply Smooth Infusion Naturally Straight to the bottom section first to set the foundation for a frizz-free style. Repeat on top section and blow dry in with a diffuser.


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Step 2. Spray Pure Abundance Style Prep all over to add texture to the hair.

Step 3. Blast again with a diffuser and create a gentle center part with a wide tooth comb. Tuck hair behind the ears, away from face.

Step 4. Using a 11/2 inch double barrel curling iron wrap ends of the hair around barrel to create loose bends and waves all over.

Step 5. To finish the look, gently run Dry Remedy Daily Moisturizing Oil throughout hair for added shine.

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