We saw lots of free-flowing “bourgeoisie boho” waves at the Trina Turk show, along with a low ponytail wrapped chignon at Desigual inspired by European chic. Read on to see what other styles you’ll be wearing soon and how to get these hair looks at home!
Cutler/Redken – Trina Turk
Who: Cutler/Redken Salon created the hair look for the Trina Turk SS14 show.
Look: It was all about California bohemia and a laid back, funky Palm Springs girl. I wanted to compliment her beautiful clothing with a hairstyle that I’m calling “bourgeoisie boho”.
The texture in the refined waves is simple, yet gives off a playful vibe. Overall, it’s youthful and hair looks super healthy.
1. Brush hair into a defined middle part.
2. Apply Redken Full Frame 07 Volumizing Mousse from roots to ends and blow-dry the product into the hair.
3. Use a 1 1/4 inch curling iron to create soft, beachy waves throughout.
4. Add Cutler Volumizing Spray in between layers to create bit of movement and volume.
Brush hair out lightly with fingers and finish with a light mist of Redken Fashion Work 12 Versatile Working Spray for a soft hold.
OUIDAD – Tracy Reese
Who: OUIDAD Creative Director Morgan Willhite created the hair look for the Tracy Reese SS14 show.
Look: Hair that’s carefree yet sophisticated; up-styled textured knots; soft, free-flowing waves incorporated throughout the look.
Morgan Willhite of OUIDAD said, “Waves and relaxed bed head styles are all the rage right now, and will continue to be a growing trend in 2014.”
Products Used: Ouidad Wave Create Sea Spray, Wave Create Texture Taffy, Play Curl Volumizing Styling Spray and Salon Series by OUIDAD Mongongo Oil Multi-use Hair Treatment.
Who: Orlando Pita for PHYTO & T3 created the hair looks for the Derek Lam SS14 show.
Look: Structured with ease; crisp and controlled yet relaxed. A low ponytail with soft, natural-looking waves.
PRO Tip: It’s important to start with healthy hair. Pita recommends installing a shower filter to remove drying, damaging chlorine from water.
He uses the T3 Source Showerhead and recommends Phytojoba shampoo and new Phytobaume Hydration Express Conditioner.
1. Split hair into 3 horizontal sections–one at the crown, one at the temple and one over the ears. Split each layer into 3” sections.
2. Spray each section with Phytolaque Soie Light Hold Hair Spray and blow-dry with T3 Featherweight Luxe 2i Dryer.
3. Using the T3 BodyWaver 1.75” Styling Iron, create an “S” shaped wave using Pita’s “over/under” technique. Starting mid-way down head, hold iron horizontally and place it under the first section. Clamp section and hold in place for a few seconds.
4. Remove iron, then place it over section 2” down. Use other hand to hold the hair below the iron, lifting up and holding for a few seconds to create a soft bend in the opposite direction.
5. Continue to move down section repeating the “over/under” technique to create a soft, natural wave. Repeat on all other sections.
6. Apply PHYTO Professional Fiber Paste to create natural texture with a bit of hold.
7. Create a soft side part and secure hair in a low ponytail.
8. Finish with Phytolaque Soie Light Hold Hair Spray.
Danilo/Pantene – Desigual
Who: Danilo for Pantene created the hair look for the Desigual SS14 look.
Look: Low ponytail wrapped chignon inspired by a euro chic lifestyle – casual, undone elegance that is effortless.
1. To prep hair, apply a detangler like Pantene Pro-V Aqua Light Weightless Conditioning Shake.
2. Give hair texture by raking through a dime-sized amount of the Pantene Pro-V Ultimate 10 BB Crème.
3. Then apply a light mist of the Pantene Advanced+ Keratin Repair KERAGLOSS Oil Mist.
4. Style hair by creating a classic center part, pulling hair into a ponytail with an elastic.
5. Fold the ponytail under and half-wrap the end of the ponytail around the base, securing the ends with crisscrossed bobby pins
6. Pull out a few pieces in the front to enhance the casual glamour.
Who: Key Hairstylist Selda Cortes for Eufora created the hair look for the Kristi Vosbeck SS14 show. Eufora haircare products were introduced to the hair team by Eufora Educator Dana Hodges.
Look: Soft curls and a braided updo was inspired from the designer’s Mystical Garden theme. “We wanted the models to look romantic and glamorous at the same time with shiny hair. We did soft curls with a side bun and incorporated a braid on the side as well. To achieve the look we used Eufora haircare line (www.eufora.net),” said Cortes.
1. Curl the hair with a 1-inch curling iron.
2. Section the hair from ear to ear and decide where you’d like to add the braid.
3. Take small sections from the remaining hair in the back, back-comb the hair and apply Eufora Powder Lift to create volume.
4. Bunch up each piece that you’ve back-combed and use a bobby pin to secure them in place. Apply Eufora Details (dry spray wax) to give texture and Eufora Elevate Finishing Spray to hold in place.
5. Proceed with the braid on the desired side. Pin it in the back and apply Eufora Elevate Finishing Spray.
6. Take the remaining loose hair and bring it as you wish (you could twist it) to the back and pin it.
7. Finish with Eufora Up Lift Finishing Spray to give extra hold, and use Eufora Illuminate Shine Mist to add shine. (Eufora products are sold exclusively in professional salons. www.eufora.net)
Cutler/Redken – Jenny Balding
Who: Jenny Balding, NYC Cutler Salon Stylist & Redken Grooming & Styling Expert, styled that hair at Paola Hernández SS14 show.
Look: “Paolas’ collection this season has strong shapes with beautiful fluid movement, so I wanted the hair to reflect that with the strength of the braid and soft flow of shiny, silky, straight hair.
This look can be worn really at any time, but it’s a fantastic alternative to wearing your hair down for an evening look.” – Jenny Balding, Cutler Salon Stylist & Redken Grooming & Styling Expert
1. Blow-dry very straight with Redken Align 12 Protective Straightening Lotion.
2. Section a mohawk section of 2″ width coming into a point at the nape.
3. Apply Redken Align 12 Protective Straightening Lotion again to this section as it will help hold the braid. Reverse braid from the hairline right down to the nape and secure with small band.
4. Finish with Cutler Flyaway Stick on stray hairs to keep the look polished.
PHYTO & T3 – Zero – Maria Cornejo
Look: A double french pleat, creating a DA shape in the back (Teddy Boy reference). Finished with a fauxhawk strip beginning at the hair line and ending at the crown.
1. Blow-dry hair using T3 Featherweight Luxe 2i, while spraying PHYTO Phytovolume Actif Volumizing Spray to the roots to prep the hair for styling.
2. Create a center part, leaving a center strip beginning at the hairline and ending at the crown.
3. Flat-iron hair using the T3 Single Pass, Straightening & Styling Iron.
4. Twist hair on each side into “pleats” while spraying the hair with PHYTO Phytovolume Actif Volumizer Spray.
5. Finish with PHYTO PROFESSIONAL Workable Holding Spray and PHYTO PROFESSIONAL Strong Sculpting Gel to keep hair in place.
6. Pull the center piece to the back, over the pleats, finishing with PHYTO Phytolaque Soie Hair Spray for shine and hold.
7. Finish the entire look with PHYTO Phytolisse Finishing Serum to control flyaways and maintain a sleek look.
Moroccanoil – Monique Lhuillier
Who: Bob Recine for Moroccanoil created the hair look for the Monique Lhuillier SS14 show.
Look: The look naturally flowed in smooth, easy lines that were more than perfect for leisurely summer days.
“Monique’s clothes are beautiful this season – colorful, airy and very geometric. I was inspired by their elegant sensibility, fresh modern shapes and boldly feminine textures,” said Recine.
1. “I started by spraying Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Medium throughout the hair (in 2” sections at a time) and then used a flat iron over each section to give it added smoothness and shine with hold.
I’ve always liked the unique lightness of this hairspray, it was exactly right to create this kind of natural-looking summer-like texture.
2. Combing the hair forward toward the face (from the ears up only), I applied Moroccanoil Volumizing Mousse from root to mid-length in small 1” sections, making sure hair was well saturated.
Next, I applied Moroccanoil Styling Gel about 2” from root to mid-length, and then combed everything back down and into place for the wet part of the look.
3. To contrast this wet texture on the top part of the style, the rest of the hair was left dry and brushed down to cascade down the back. I used a Moroccanoil XLPRO Paddle Brush to smooth it straight to keep a geometric look.
4. I finished with a spray of Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Strong to hold the entire look in place and to highlight its diamond-like, reflective shine.”
Moroccanoil – Badgley Mischka
Who: Peter Gray for Moroccanoil created the hair look for the Badgley Mischka SS14 show.
Look: Runway stylist Peter Gray for Moroccanoil was inspired by photographer Jacque Henri Lartigue and this season’s collection, creating unique ’20s and ’30s nuanced looks with a clear, modern vision.
The elegant styles highlight smoother, softer waves, flattering textured hair rolls across the nape of the neck, and a sophisticated contrast of glossy (top and side waves) and dry/semi-matte textures (on the hair rolls).
1. “I started with a small, hidden horizontal braid at the nape of the neck to serve as a base for pinning the rolled hair in place.
2. I then applied a small amount of Moroccanoil Treatment Light mid-length to ends, and followed with the new Moroccanoil Root Boost sprayed in and combed through section by section.
Moroccanoil Treatment helps condition and smooth the hair and protect it from the heat of the curling irons. I used Moroccanoil Root Boost to push the hair away from the scalp to ensure a three dimensional wave — it creates a semi-matte look and helps to create texture on the ends.
3. After rough-drying the hair, I used Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Strong and set the hair using a 1-1/2” curling iron from nape to above the ear and pinned the curls vertically in opposite directions to create soft, textured movement. The hair through the front and sides was set vertically in the same direction and clipped.
4. I then combed out each section followed by a skinny brush to create a smooth, glossy surface through the top and front wave area.
5. I rolled the hair lengths into a small, loose horizontal roll at the nape of the neck and used U-pins to attach the length of roll to the braided base underneath.
6. Finally, I sprayed a bit of Moroccanoil Glimmer Shine Spray on my palms and applied to the surface of the hair for a glossy finish on the top and sides.”
Which styles do you beauties like the most? Will you try some fauxhawk braids or free-flowing waves?
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