“My girls Heidi and Sarah-Jane delivered a spirited collection that inspired an asymmetrical hair style all about dramatic contrast,” says Renya Xydis, Hair Director of Sass and Bide’s stunning New York Fashion Week show, Novateur. Wet- look roots were contrasted against soft, side swept hair, highlighting the trend towards multiple textures we’ve seen dominating the runway in both skin and hair recently. A strong, smoky eye using dark browns and bronzes adds grunge to an otherwise glamorous look, contrasted with gold eyeshadow to highlight the inner corners of the model’s eyes.
Here’s the hair how- to: Before blow-drying, the model’s hair was prepped with Evo Shape Vixen Body Giving Juice ($26.95) and then misted with Evo Salty Dog Cocktail Beach Spray ($26.95) for fullness. “Being able to work with the texture of the hair is so important,” Xydis says. “Adding Evo Haze Styling Powder ($29.95) helps build volume and malleability, too.” For the sleek side, simply twist and sweep hair back from the face and secure with two metal barrettes. “Twisting and sweeping hair to one side echoes the fluidity of the longer pieces in the collection,” Xydis says. “That mix of softness and severity suits Sass and Bide perfectly. This style is modern because it’s achievable: there’s plenty of attitude, like it doesn’t have to be too perfect,” she adds. “The final touch is Evo Helmut Finishing Spray ($19.95) spray for supreme, lasting hold,” Xydis says. “This is an absolute runway essential, the Sass and Bide hair look today simply wouldn’t exist without it.”