Curious to know what we saw and loved backstage for the fall 2013, destined to be big for fall 2013? Read on for our favorite hair styles of the season!
Rodney Cutler for THE SALON at ULTA, alongside ULTA Beauty stylists, went with a younger aesthetic for Tadashi‘s fall 2013 gorgeous evening wear, working with dry textures as well as some hair braiding away to the side underneath to keep the look a little less ‘put together’ and recalling a concept of ‘distressed glamour.’ He used one of my favorite products, the Redken Power Grip 03 to tease the roots and get great volume.
Backstage at Rebecca Minkoff, Jeanie Syfu for TRESemmé had as her vision ‘Neil Armstrong in space,’ and used key heating tools such as blow dryer and flat iron to work toward bold, sleek hair, while the brand’s new Keratin Smooth Treatment was spritzed on to seal the cuticle and achieve a protected, healthy, yet blunt hair look. Some models received extensions that Jeanie cut with amazing precision to balance out their natural hair cut.
Always a fashion week favorite for the perfect combination of fashion and beauty, this season for Mara Hoffman, CATWALK by TIGI Global Creative Director Nick Irwin lived up to expectations that were on pointe with Hoffman’s innovative prints. He started with styling cream to define a center part, blew dry the hair and then used mousse, twisted and set with clips for a casual wave, adding to the collection’s ‘modern day gypsy’ aesthetic. No frizz, however was allowed, so Irwin finished off the look with CATWALK by TIGI Your Highness Shine Spray at the crown and CATWALK by TIGI Sleek Mystique Look-Lock Hairspray on the twisted strands, and as the last step, the earring chins, that draped onto the hair, were added.
At Tracy Reese, Jeanie Syfu for TRESemmé worked with the collection’s concept of the “NYC modern girl with 100 things to do; coming home late at night, or even the next day looking slightly disheveled.” The result was a mix of sleek and tough texturs that Syfu achieved by rough drying with the fingers, teasing slightly at the crown, flat ironing the ends, and using custom-dyed bobby pins for a dramatic effect, concluding the look with some finishing spray.