Roberto Cavalli’s loud prints were balanced out with some super natural looking off-duty model hair.
When you’re backstage at the fashion shows, you get to see what all of the models hair looks like before it gets all teased and braided. To be honest, we’re way more into the pre-show looks! That’s exactly what went down the runway at Roberto Cavalli Spring ’13 and while it may not be the most innovative, it’s definitely the look we most want to copy.
“This look is really about how the girls look best themselves, how great they look walking down the runway with their natural hair, and really I’m just enhancing that. I’m also tucking the hair behind the ears at the end to give a slightly disheveled feel. But the clothes are very glamourous and they say it all- to create the right overall look for this show, we had to downplay the hair a little bit. This is an easy style that’s a little bit grungy, and just very cool.”
-Guido, Redken Creative Consultant
There are only three steps and they’re impossible to mess up:
1. Apply Redken outshine 01 anti-frizz polishing milk to damp hair and roughly blow-dry. (The goal is to keep your hair’s natural texture, but without the frizz).
2. Create a clean center part and lightly spray the hair with wax blast 10 high impact finishing spray wax. (It’ll give you more texture).
3. Tuck hair behind the ears. (This last step is optional, of course).
We’ll be following Guido to see styles he dreams up for the Paris shows, so check back in.—RAY SIEGEL