The Spring/Summer 2010-11 hair look for Fernando Frisoni's models was dubbed "Sao Paulo Subterraneo" backstage. It was created by ghd's Alan White and again featured two different textures: wet-look on top, loose and dry on the bottom. As you may have noticed, it's been a BIG trend this Fashion Week, so we got the lowdown on the how-to from Alan . . .
STEP 1: Take a section of the hair, no higher than the occipital bone and blow-dry into the nape of the neck. Work ghd maximise mousse through the ends for hold.
STEP 2: Using your ghd styler, put a 2-inch long, loose wave through the ends, making sure that you go no higher than the nape of the neck.
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STEP 3: Blend ghd texture lotion and polishing serum and literally saturate the roots. Smooth the mixture down to the nape and tuck the hair right into the nape of the neck so that you get a really tapered shape.
STEP 4: Repeat steps one to three until you reach the forehead, anchoring the layers on top of one another.
STEP 5: Allow the product to dry naturally.