For the past two seasons, Lisa Ho's models have worn their hair out so it was time for a change. Redken Hair Director, Kenneth Stoddart styled models' manes to match the feminine elegance of the clothes. The "flower-pot style," as Kenneth called it was womanly, elegant and sculptural—a nod to the venue for the collection: the Art Gallery of NSW in Sydney.
Kenneth said "she's a woman who gets her hair done every week," and even though the style is 'old-fashioned' it's given a modern edge in the way that products are used: the gel through the hairline, and Forceful Lacquer to toughen up and modernise the style. If you're thinking of trying this at home, think again. The style was created using false hair pieces that were prepped with mousse and thickening spray before being set on rollers, cooled, brushed out and then added to the models hair. Prep time for the 28 false ponytails took 5-6 hours alone! The wet-look style is a great summer look according to Kenneth, but it doesn't really translate too well to the colder months so keep it on the backburner for now.