TREND REPORT MFW
The Italian style capital didn’t disappoint when it came to wearable hair looks for S/S19
Top of the Knots
In a city synonymous with glamour, Fendi managed to give us just that, but unlike a lot of catwalk looks this high top knot is unbelievably easy to recreate. Plus, the face framing tendrils mean you don’t have to apply tons of product to smooth down all your baby hairs – making this a quick yet chic summer style.
Heavy gels aren’t necessary to get the look, however, the Multi-tasking 360 Styling Hair Cream, will make hair smoother, shinier and easier to style.
Texture made a come back last season and it looks like it’s not going anywhere. At Alberta Ferretti models sported blown out waves, that were one part ethereal and one part feral. Hair was blown out first to create volume, waved, then brushed out slightly for an undone vibe.
Though relaxed in appearance this look needs a number of heated tools to create, making it of the utmost importance to include a reparative treatment into your routine. Use the Luminage Hair Mask, once a week as this anti-ageing rescue mask helps reverse the damage caused by over-styling.
Ever so slightly evocative of the 80’s, models wore their hair curled at Giorgio Armani. Romantic in nature, their ringlets were pilled high, making for a beautiful undone up-do.
Whether your curls are real or ‘fake’ the Resplendisse Hair Supreme Oil, makes for the perfect finishing touch. It defines curls, eliminates frizz and adds major shine thanks to the fusion of silk proteins and nourishing oils.
Walk the Line
It’s official, the deep centre parting is set to be one of S/S19 biggest hair trends. We saw them at Versace, Missoni and Max Mara; all expressed in an undoubtedly modern manner. Hair at each show was minimalistic in design, ultra smooth, incredibly straight and uber shiny.
There’s no hiding an unhealthy scalp when wearing a sleek, smooth centre parting. So to ensure its is in the best condition spray the Crystalisse Hair Pure Cure on to clean towel-dried hair, then massage into the scalp, to promote scalp health.