The lovely Jon Pulitano took on board the keywords that Camilla & Marc used to describe their collection (texture, prints, global fusion and colour) and decided that "soft fusion" was the direction that he needed to take with the hair. He wanted it taken back and worked a hazard wave through the models' hair using Cloud 9 straighteners. A hazard wave, in case you're wondering, basically means taking the hair inwards, outwards and then inwards again with the straightener. Jon did this using random sections of the hair and started at different points throughout so that it wasn't a uniform wave. He then brushed it out, which he says, is the way to take wave hair "from street to expensive."
Keep reading . . .The hair was then pulled back, just with fingers, into a low pony and ruffled a bit at the crown. It was designed to fall and look dishevelled. Not only did it look hot in that I'm-just-naturally-this-sexy way, but it only took two products to create (Redken Redken Body Full Instant Bodifier, $28 and Workforce 09, $23.50) and it used Cloud Nine straighteners which were heated up to just 175 degrees, instead of the usual 225. Because if the iron is too hot, instead of holding, it actually flops and goes all lank-looking. The Cloud Nine straighteners' plates are infused with rock mineral which seals the hair so well that you don't need crazy heat. Aces.
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