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Fall Brides at Badgley Mischka

Jan Hillenmeyer | October 29, 2013 | 12:40 PM
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Felix Fischer for Moroccanoil backstage at the Badgley Mischka Fall Bridal Show.
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The Badgley Mischka Fall Bridal Collection was inspired by the great Hollywood screen sirens Bette Davis, Joan Crawford, Rita Hayworth, Ava Gardner and all the other femme fatales of the Golden Era.

Celebrity and runway stylist Felix Fischer, using a range of Moroccanoil styling and finishing products, created 1970s-era textures, 1920s short bobs and the lure of the French Riviera, the Hollywood playground of the 1930s, as inspiration for his dreamy, glamorous bridal looks.

The foundation of all the looks relied on small volumized curls up-dated with strong angles and precision bobs with wedged backs and asymmetrical side parts.

 GET THE LOOK:

Fall Brides at Badgley MischkaBegin by preparing the ends with Moroccanoil Treatment followed by Moroccanoil Root Boost throughout for maximum height.

Apply Moroccanoil Volumizing Mousse to the remainder of the hair and allow to dry. Use a 7/8 inch curling iron, starting at the side part, and create small curls. Stagger and overlap each alternate row and pin. Spray curls with Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Strong for long-lasting hold.

Brush out style with Moroccanoil Classic Boar Bristle Brush for volume, using the bristles to lift the hair for airy height and volume. Smooth hair’s surface at the crown with a Moroccanoil Round Brush.

Finish with overall spray of Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Strong for added hold and mist with Moroccanoil Glimmer Shine Spray.

Photography by David Webber for Moroccanoil.

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