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FASHION WEEK: Peter Gray uses Moroccanoil to Bring on the Curls

Maggie Mulhern | July 10, 2011 | 11:17 PM

Badgley Mischka is one of the most anticipated shows during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week. This morning, Peter Gray for Moroccanoil, created some some of the prettiest hair seen this season on the models showing the Spring 2011 Collection. To create the look, Gray set the hair in tight invisible rods with a curling iron. Once cooled, he pulled out, created a defined parting, sprayed (Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray), teased, sprayed again, pulled down from the parting, sprayed AGAIN and then added some jewels. This silhouette combined all the important details for this season: curl, frizz, mess, defined parting, movement, shine and so much more..all on one head!  The hair, for this show, was as breathtaking as the fashion. Peter Gray and Badgley Mischka delivered. This was one of the best shows for hair and fashion so far!

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