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FASHION WEEK HOW-TO: Odile Gilbert using Kerastase for Zac Posen

Maggie Mulhern | February 11, 2014 | 7:14 AM
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The hair at the Zac Posen Fall/Winter 2014 Collection created quite a buzz. In a season of the ponytail, this old Hollywood/punk accented silhouette stands out. Lead artist Odile Gilbert, for Kérastase, offers the HOW TO:

STEP 1: Apply Kérastase Chroma Thermique from roots to ends and blow dry to damp.

STEP 2: Distribute Forme Fatale throughout the lengths and continue to rough dry with a blow dryer and paddle brush.

STEP 3: Create a deep side part and curl the hair in sections, using a medium barrel curling iron in vertical sections, twisting hair to create a wave.

STEP 4: Spray Kérastase Laque Dentelle on each section to ensure hold.

STEP 5: Once curled, run fingers through the hair and secure black bobby pins throughout the kinks in the waves from the top of the head to the base of the neck to accentuate the style.

STEP 6: Apply a dime size amount of Touche Finales at the bottom lengths for shine and softness. Spray with Kérastase Laque Dentelle.

Photography: Kessler Studio

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