VVictorian motives, Gothic elements and complete freedom in the choice of accessories!
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It’s this slightly Victorian romance that is easiest to translate into long hair. If with massive accessories you are not on the way due to the dress code or personal preferences, you can limit yourself to invisibility or elastic bands to match your hair that will fix the strands. In the first case, the stylists of the Jonathan Simkhai show made a deliberately careless hairstyle with strands released from the face, and in the second, for the Cong Tri models, on the contrary, they achieved maximum smoothness in length and the architectural shape of the bun.
Means: Sebastian Sublimate Finish Hair Styling Cream and Oribe SuperFine Strong hairspray
Bows, ribbons, scarves, hairpins
Twist and twist shawls around your head, use them to collect hair in low tails or fix hairstyles with regular ribbons, satin or velvet. Before doing this, you can dry your hair using a moisturizer and then apply a shine product.
Funds: Mousse Au Lotus Volumatrice by Leonor Greyl and two-phase oil spray for fine to normal hair with the effect of volume Elexir Ultime by Kérastase
Wet hair effect
A recurring theme on the catwalks, but it wasn’t until this season that stylists finally unveiled a truly wearable wet effect. Your goal is to make your hair not greasy, but glossy in length and add volume to the hair at the forehead by combing the strands back.
Remedies: Ocean Mist Spray, from SachaJuan and Root Canal Base Support Spray by EVO
Romantic braids from past seasons have replaced slick, sleek, warlike hairstyles with super-sleek hair this year. These are the ideal ones to practice on long strands. The most daring can add massive accessories like Kaia Gerber.
Funds: regenerating cream butter “Royal Jelly and Propolis” from Garnier and final styling cream Frizz Ease Secret Agent by John Frieda