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HOW TO: Old World Glamour For Zac Posen By Antonio Corral Calero

Maggie Mulhern | April 30, 2014 | 8:22 AM
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Moroccanoil’s Global Creative Director, Antonio Corral Calero, created soft but structured flowing curls, reminiscent of Veronica Lake’s Old Hollywood elegance, for the Suzanne Rogers Presents: Zac Posen Show in Toronto.

The silhouette was inspired by the alluring elegance of 1940’s American film star, Veronica Lake. Mimicking her “peek a boo curl”, her signature style, Antonio Corral Calero for Moroccanoil created soft but structured flowing curls reminiscent of Old Hollywood with a contemporary twist. “This look was the true depiction of timeless feminine elegance” said Calero.

GET THE LOOK:

Step 1: Start by prepping dry hair with Moroccanoil Treatment Light throughout the mid-lengths and Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream from root-to-tip to keep hair hydrated and improve elasticity.

Step 2: Next, saturate the hair with Moroccanoil Root Boost from roots to ends. And blow dry hair using fingertips to lift pieces and create volume.

Step 3: Create a deep left side part using the arch of the eyebrow as a guide to determine the depth of the part.

Step 4: Using a 1 ¼ inch curling iron, set all strands of the hair (on the base of the iron), in horizontal sections.

Step 5: Spray each section with Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Strong and curl pieces toward the face. Pin in place to cool.

Step 6: Brush out curls using the Moroccanoil Boar Bristle Classic Brush to create a softer look. Form a more defined wave on the heavier side of the part by moving hair behind the ears.

Step 7: Finish with a spray of Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Strong to keep strands in place.

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