Yesterday I shared my favourite makeup looks from last week’s WMCFW and I thought that today I’d take the opportunity to share some of the hair looks that Redken’s lead stylist Jorge Joao created for the shows. Hopefully you can take some inspiration from these and find a way to bring them home! I’ve also added Jorge’s tips and the products used to make it even easier to recreate these. This season saw a lot of focus on textures, braids and ponytails that you can easily give more of an every-day look to. Take a look and let me know which of these styles you would love to try!
“Begin with a heavy right-side part by pulling your hair away from your face towards the ear. Spray Redken Fashion Works 12 to set the hair, smooth any fly-a-ways and increase shine. Next, on the left side, grab a 2-inch section and start at the mid-shaft of your hair with a curling iron. After spraying Redken Hot Sets 22 on your section, use the curling iron to create a slight bend, while leaving the ends straight. To finish the look, spray the left side with Redken Pillow Proof Two Day Extender – this will create the contrast matte finish.”
“To prep hair, work Redken Fabricate 03 Heat Protectant Hair Texturizer through the roots. Next, start at the ends of your hair going up to the mid-shaft with Redken Full Frame 07 Volumizing Mousse and Redken Guts 10 Root Targeted Volumizing Hairspray Foam to add grit and texture. Pull your hair into a left-side part, back-combing both sides to add texture and body, creating a wing-like affect just behind the ears. Next, loosely pull your hair to the side of your neck and create a messy braid. Secure with an elastic and finish the look with Redken Quick Dry 18 Shaping Mist.”
There are a few other looks that I absolutely fell in love with. I don’t have the steps/products used for them yet but wanted to share them in the meantime so you can take a look! I’m hoping to get some how-to instructions for these this week and will definitely be updating this post when I have them, so be sure to stop back if you want to learn how any of them are done! Take a look here:
What do you think of these looks? Would you try any of them at home?