I tell you what, we were totally spoilt for hair choice yesterday. Normally, we're given one (very lovely and lust-worthy) style per show, but yesterday, at Kirrily Johnston, Saint Augustine Academy and Gail Sorronda, there were a multitude of looks greeting us as soon as we popped our heads backstage. Brad Ngata, the man responsible for the high crowns at Dhini, created a bevy of cornrows, "pom-poms," and crimping action for Gail Sorronda's Spring/Summer 2010-11 show. It was all about making the models more "elongated," distorting things and giving the illusion of more (yeh, like they need it) height. I really like the look, it was very couture hair—totally unwearable—but a dream to look at. Don't you think?
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