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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

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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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