Big Hair at Miami Swim Suit Show
Swimsuit season may be coming to an end, but it was in full swing at the Miami Swim Suit Show. Although the fashions may have been minimal, the hair was at maximum volume. Our favorite looks came from the Ed Hardy Show.
âThe clothes were strong and I wanted a lot of visual impact from the hair,â said Sam Leonardi of Rusk, who helped style the models. Sam and his team used three different sizes of irons to create âmassiveâ hair.
âWe used small irons at the back to create ringlets and worked up to a 3/4-inch barrel at the top. The hair was brushed using my DaVinci Pin Cushion Paddle Brush and then sprayed heavily with Rusk W8less Hair Spray.â
On the Sylvie Cachay stage, lead stylist Omar Lopez for GHD decided to utilize mini-irons to create a 1970âs yacht club look. Using the GHD IV mini-styler, Lopez curled small sections, alternating from left to right. At the crown, the hair was curled from midshaft to ends.
âThis created a bit of a root drag,â said Lopez. âIt allowed for a sleeker and polished crown. The ends were teased to create volume and texture.â
The hair was then sprayed with GHD ultimate hairspray and finished with GHD polishing serum.
Big, beautiful and wild was the look at the Ed Hardy Show.
Beach blonde and a little messy without being frizzy sums up this style.
This sleek, sexy style proves men can have great, beach-worthy hair, too.
Hair pulled back behind one ear with an oversized flower creates extra drama.
Curls are diffused with fingers and then separated for maximum texture and volume.