In the wake of the #MeToo movement, fashion icon Prabal Gurung gave a subtle nod to the power of feminism with his 2018 ready-to-wear collection. Inspired by a pair of female-dominated societies in China and India, Gurung opted for a vibrant pink, purple and blue palette on the runway—symbolizing both sweetness and strength.
Fashion and editorial hairstylist Anthony Turner complemented the runway looks with slicked-back buns and accordion headbands. Here, he shares how he achieved the style.
Get the Look
- Start by running Wella Professionals EIMI Extra Volume Mousse through damp hair and spritz Wella Professionals Body Crafter to create texture.
- Dry hair away from the the face and back using the using the NEW Hot Tools Black Gold IONIC AC Motor Salon Dryer and Hot Tools Rainbow Collection Paddle Brush.
- Once smooth, run the NEW Hot Tools Black Gold 1” Flat Iron over the ends.
- Then, pull the accordion headband through the front of hair.
- Pull hair into a pony and tie tightly with elastic.
- Next, create shine with Wella Professionals EIMI Oil Reflections Light Luminous Oil.
- Then create a “figure 8” with the ponytail. Pin hair where your thumb is.
- Wrap the rest of the hair very tight around the elastic. Secure it with pins.
- Leave bottom of the ponytail out and finish with Wella Professionals EIMI Stay Firm to ensure hair stays in place.