Hair Shake - Irish Tatler`s 125 special edition issue

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Hair Shake - Irish Tatler`s 125 special edition issue
Prim and proper was the order of the day this season
at Prada where tousled locks were swapped for
groomed, ladylike updos reminiscent of Princess Grace
of Monaco. “This season, we’re seeing a more ‘done
approach to hair,” says Guido, Redken’s global creative
director and stylist at the Prada show where he created
a pinned-up, ponytail look. “It has a slightly 60s kind
of feeling, which is always Prada-like, but it is still very
modern and sort of futuristic.” To get the look Guido
applied Stay High 18 High-Hold Gel to Mousse (€23)
by Redken to damp hair and blow-dried it flat against
the head and away from the face. Hair was gathered
into a high ponytail, with a small section of hair
wrapped around the band. Hair
near the elastic was backcombed
to create volume and flipped over
to one side and secured with a
crystal barrette. “The loose ends
of the ponytail give you that
feeling of youth and easiness,
which adds to the modernity of
the look.” Finishing Treatment (€50) by
Princess Grace of Monaco
Hair Shake
Liquid to
Powder (€25)
by Joico
Rahua @ Dylan Bradshaw
PRADA
Meanwhile at Fendi and Chanel ready-to-wear, high
volume glamour was given a make under as seen
below. At Fendi, models wore sporty 60s leather
headbands with plenty of volume at the crown to
accessorise loose knots and ponytails at the nape of
the neck. While at Chanel Sam McKnight adorned
undone French twists on the ‘girl’ models with black
hair ribbons and hair slides with intertwining Cs.
“We’re seeing a more
‘done’ approach to hair.
It has a slightly 60s
kind of feeling, which is
always Prada, but it is
still very modern and
sort of futuristic”
CHANEL
PRADA
FENDI
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