Photos by Lucas Flores Piran for Redken
“There’s this sort of coolness about natural hair, and we’ll probably see a lot of it this season because it feels very modern.”
So says Guido Palau, Redken‘s global styling director, and master of hair at today’s Coach show. From the moment the first model stepped out wearing Stuart Vevers‘ fall 2015 designs for the brand, it was apparent just how cool the look was to be. There’s nothing fussy about it, nothing at all try-hard — the greatness of this look is that it works on every gal’s hair, because the end desired result is unique to you.
In a press release, Guido explains how aimed to keep the hair as natural as possible.
“[I] really played up the individual personalities of the girls. A lot of the shows this season want to keep the girls’ personalities — they don’t want armies.”
So how to get this individually unique, totally ideal, insouciant and cool hair?
1. Wash hair, allowing it to air dry. (Guido used sulphate-free Frizz Dismiss shampoo and conditioner from Redken.)
2. Create a part just off center to keep it just “not-thought-about” without getting messy.
3. Smooth a touch of cream for shine near the roots (Guido used Redken’s move ability 05.)
That’s it, there’s nothing else to it. Stick straight, with a bend, wavy, curly, and so on, this is the kind of styling that truly looks good all around.