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Fall/Winter Hair Trends 2012 at Victoria Beckham

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Fall/Winter Hair Trends 2012 at Victoria Beckham

Leave it to Redken Creative Consultant Guido to create another trend-setting hairstyle at Victoria Beckham’s Fall/Winter 2012 show.  Working his magic Guido performed another iconic style using a sleek and minimal approach.  Each style was cut to a blunt, uniformed finish that made for a lustrous and ultra-modern look.

This is a simple style that in fact becomes very glamorous when worn with Victoria’s sexy clothes, working to both highlight the collection and even “tone down” the look a bit. We worked to get each girls’ hair flawlessly smooth and straight- you can make hair this straightforward stylish if you do it perfectly. The hair in New York always reflects what I like to call American minimalism- the styles, like this one, aren’t often complicated, but they reflect a simple beauty that I think works wonderfully here.” –Guido, Redken Creative Consultant

Creating the Look:

1.       Starting with hair trimmed very straight with a blunt finish, add satinwear 02 ultimate blow-dry lotion to protect and soften hair, and blow-dry.

2.       Create a deep side part and flat iron hair until perfectly straight.

3.       Add a generous amount of shine flash 02 glistening mist for a glossy finish, and tuck hair behind the ears.

4.       Use a dollop of hardwear 16 gel to slick down the front of the style for an extra wet finish and added texture.

The Tools:

–          Satinwear 02 ultimate blow-dry lotion

–          Hardwear 16 super-strong sculpting gel

–          Shine flash 02 glistening mist

I’m a big Redken fan myself and can’t wait to try this at home.

Here’s to Happy Hair!

For a Certified Redken Salon in San Francisco:

Carmichael Salon and Color Bar
166 Geary Street
5th floor
San Francisco, CA 94108

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