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Tips on the Trend: Touchable, Smooth Texture

Elizabeth Jakaitis | November 17, 2014 | 2:17 PM
Roksanda Ilincic London Fashion Week Spring 2015. Hair by Luke Hersheson.
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Peter Pilotto London Fashion Week Spring 2015. Hair by Anthony Turner.
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Alexis Mabille Paris Fashion Week Spring 2015.
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Fresh and flirty, yet perfectly precise was the prominent trend found on Spring/Summer 2015 runways. This coming spring’s clean and simple look calls for center and side-swept parts, perfectly smooth strands and weightless, airy movement.

 

At Roksanda Ilincic, lead stylist Luke Hersheson kept the style modern and minimal with freshly blow-dried straight strands partnered with a deep side-swept part. To keep the style clean and sleek without the stiff hold, Hersheson’s product of choice was Tecni.Art Lumi Contrôle.

 

Inspired by the 1960’s, lead stylist Anthony Turner created a precise center part and sleek straight strands for the Peter Pillotto woman. For a light and fresh feel with movement, Turner’s key ingredient was misting Tecni.Art Fresh Dust at the lengths after hair was blow-dried straight.

 

PROS RECOMMEND:

  • Tecni.Art Fresh Dust — hair powder/dry shampoo
  • Tecni.Art Lumi Contrôle — modelling wax that provides control and definition with flexible hold

 

New Tecni.Art Styling Collection will be available May 2015. For more information, visit us.lorealprofessionnel.com.

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