GET THE LOOK: Downtown Chic at Badgley Mischka SS2015

Maggie Mulhern | September 9, 2014 | 7:48 PM
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Peter Gray for Moroccanoil created pops of punk with color extensions and a super-cool texture for a downtown chic look for the Badgley Mischka SS2015 collection, presented earlier today at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week.

Overall Inspiration:  Marie Antoinette in the East Village – the Park Avenue Princess in rebellion with a sexy and funky downtown style. 

Hair Inspiration: The “next generation” of Park Avenue – sexy, tough and funky hair with a “dirty” texture and loose, just-woke-up waves. 

Step 1: Apply Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream to damp hair to create long-lasting hold and soft definition.

Step 2: Blow dry hair using a diffuser and fingers to get rougher texture.

Step 3: Using a large barrel curling iron (1½”), curl sections of hair in opposite directions.  The key here is to give hair dimension and sexiness with non-uniform waves.

Step 4: Spritz hair with Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Medium and tousle hair with fingertips.

Step 5: Clip color extension underneath hair on side of nape of the neck.  Go over curled extension with curling iron to blend in.

Step 6: Once hair is curled, combine Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream and Moroccanoil Treatment Light in palms and rough up hair to create piece-y waves. 

photos by David Webber

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