Tropica: Aquage Resort 2015

Elizabeth Jakaitis | February 27, 2015 | 11:15 AM
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Spring is upon us! Help your clients travel lightly by ditching the dryer and flatiron, and get inspired by these wet styling designs created by Luis Alvarez for Aquage. The new resort-inspired collection is designed to showcase clients alternatives to thermal styling. By using the right products on wet hair, fluid shapes and textures with a destination vibe are created. The hero product to create the looks seen here is Aquage Defining Gel—allowing a chic top knot to easily twist atop the head, or a victory roll duo that will last into the night.


Laid-back style that makes a statement is at the center of Aquage Resort 2015. A basket-woven bob paired with sun-kissed skin and effortlessly elegant waves are created using Aquage Uplifting Foam, which offers the grip and control needed for long-lasting hold and a clean-feeling finish. The ultra-light styler is paired with ultra-light makeup for a natural radiance.


Short hair goes the distance with just the right amount of movement and definition. These two looks were created using Aquage Thickening Spraygel. To style, simple comb hair back and push forward to coax waves that stay the course.



Hair and photography: Luis Alvarez for Aquage

Makeup: Wanda Alvarez

Production: Don Wismer

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