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09-03-2012
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May I ask in this thread how to do the Valentino FW 12.13 hairstyle? Or is there a different thread? Thank you!
Sure! (The Hairstyles how-to's thread is another option).
Here are brief details on how to create the hair + photos (of course!) :
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"It's that '70s kind of Valentino girl," hairstylist Guido explained. She's "always very pretty, very soft, and very feminine."

"We're using Redken Full Frame 07 Protective Volumizing Mousse to get some body into the hair, center parting, then I'm doing this '70s kind of twist-roll," Guido explained.

Guido first ran the mousse through the hair and blow-dried it straight. Then he rubbed his hands with Redken Outshine 01 Anti-Frizz Polishing Milk to smooth flyaways and twisted the hair from each side away from the face until he had two rolls of hair at the back. Next, he looped together the two rolls like a knot and secured them with U-shaped pins. He finished off the look with lots of hair spray.

Hair: Guido Palau
Makeup: Pat McGrath








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10-03-2012
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^ I can't give you karma right now... but thank you . Such a pretty hairstyle. And it doesn't look that complicated to do!

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^ You're welcome!


Yohji Yamamoto

Hair: Eugene Souleiman
Makeup: Pat McGrath



Source: vogue.it, stylebistro.com


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10-03-2012
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Jean Paul Gaultier
Hair: Guido Palau
Makeup: Stephane Marais








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The number of hair color sightings on the runway has finally abated this season, meaning that the few instances of artful streaks and contrasting mid-lengths we’ve spied backstage are that much more remarkable in their occurrence. Guido Palau proved that he could do ombré with a twist at Prada in Milan, and he put his stamp on purposeful roots at Jean Paul Gaultier.

“We’re doing a bit of freestyling,” the super-stylist joked of the “graffiti stripe” he was spray-painting onto either side of a middle part that had been built into long extensions. Blowing hair dry with Redken Satinwear 02 Ultimate Blow-Dry Lotion, coating it with its Iron Silk 07 Ultra-Straightening Spray before flat-ironing and then adding a bit of Shine Flash 02 Glistening Mist to the ends, Palau applied a heavy-handed spritz of Redken Forceful 23 Super-Strength Finishing Spray to create a base for his silver, black, pink, orange, and blue color panels. “This is quite androgynous because it’s so long, so you get a little Joe Dallesandro,” Palau explained, referencing the Warhol superstar along with seventies California hippie chicks who never cut their hair. “There’s always a sense of humor at this show.”
Source: stylebistro.com, style.com's Beauty Counter Blog

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10-03-2012
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Oscar de la Renta
Hair: Orlando Pita
Makeup: Gucci Westman






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Little girls playing dress-up in Mom’s closet provided the inspiration for the hair and makeup at Oscar de la Renta’s Tuesday evening show.

“She loves ribbons, headbands and volume,” said Pita, who created Sixties-style bouffants. Pita backcombed the hair — “most of it is full of product from other shows today, so I really don’t need to add anything,” he said — to create lots of volume, and then pinned hair under at chin length to make it look short. Next, he added a jeweled accessory to each girl’s hair — some got jewel-encrusted headbands, others ribbons with brooches pinned to them — at the crown of the head.
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10-03-2012
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J. Mendel
Hair: Orlando Pita
Makeup: Charlotte Tillbury








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"She's the contemporary woman of today," hairstylist Orlando Pita said, working on behalf of Phyto and T3. "The hair's a little waved and works both for day and evening." Hair was blown out with Phyto Professional Intense Volume Mousse and curled with T3's SinglePass Twirl iron. The loose ringlets turned into sexy, bouncy waves courtesy of Pita and team. They brushed them out and did some back-brushing for extra fluff.

Source: stylebistro.com, realbeauty.com

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19-03-2012
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Cynthia Rowley
Hair: Duffy
Makeup: Lottie


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Whether you were backstage or watching the clothes come down the runway, you couldn't miss the models' very textured hair. Duffy for Amika created the interesting texture using a super skinny curling iron for ringlets and figure eight pin sets for frizz.

"It's not a ponytail; it's not a bun. It's just a texture, and it's a silhouette. Every girl is going to be different," Duffy said. "The clothes are very structured, very graphic and Cynthia wanted something that was going to break that. She didn't want a tight clean 'Fashion Week" ponytail. She wanted something that gave it personality."
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John Galliano
Hair: Orlando Pita
Makeup: Pat McGrath



Source: stylebistro.com, wwd.com


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19-03-2012
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Burberry Prorsum
Hair: Neil Moodie
Makeup: Wendy Rowe

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Beauty at Burberry Prorsum was all about recreating an unassumingly sexy and “worn” look.

For hair, the look was “the three-day old blowdry,” said hairstylist Neil Moodie. Employing Bumble&Bumble products, he made locks flat on top with a “fallen” wave on ends as a result of “her wearing caps and going riding and hiking.”
Source: stylebistro.com, wwd.com

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Marni
Hair: Paul Hanlon
Makeup: Tom Pecheux


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Bangs are back for Fall, and Paul Hanlon’s onboard with their latest resurrection. “It’s very, very Sassoon,” he said, describing the custom-cut, heavy faux fringe that he beveled around the front edges this morning at Marni, to impart a 1960s look. “The clothes are all really graphic and bold, so it’s really a nice change of pace to do something like this,” the stylist divulged of the “retro-ness” of the hairpieces, pointing out that the specific shape he had snipped into the series of clip-on accessories is particularly flattering to womens’ faces. Using Frederic Fekkai Glossing Cream to give strands a certain softly textured languidness, Hanlon slicked back a front section to have something to slip the bangs into. “It’s a little geeky, in a way, which I kind of like,” he said of the end result.

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Love the hair at J. Mendel. Very effortless and wearable.

Orlando Pita is a genius when it comes to hair.

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Chanel
Hair: Sam McKnight
Makeup: Peter Philips
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“I want an army of Chanel girls,” Sam McKnight proclaimed of the uniformity he was also seeking with the hair, which manifest itself into a series of sleek ponytails. Citing a wealth of collars, McKnight wanted the hair to be up, but found that a chignon was “too madam.” Adding a severity to the style with a coat of shine-enhancing gel, he paraded around the backstage tent that had been erected at the Grand Palais to ensure that his team was gathering strands straight back into the elastic, rather than in an up or down direction. “I hate to use the word equestrian, but it’s got the strictness of a rider,” McKnight said of the precise execution, before doing himself one better and calling the aerodynamic look “the ponytail version of the Nike Swoosh.” He’d better get a copyright on that, stat.

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BCBG Max Azria
Hair: Neil Moodie
Makeup: Charlotte Willer
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At the BCBG Max Azria show Thursday, an ultragroomed look complemented the structured, Forties-inspired collection. Neil Moodie for Bumble and bumble fastened hair into a low ponytail with airy, “post-sex” bangs swept across the forehead. He began by working Bb Thickening spray and Bb Prep through the hair and blow-drying with a round brush. He combed hair into a low side part, and tied back the rest into a ponytail.



Jil Sander

Hair: Guido Palau
Makeup: Peter Philips

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Redken creative consultant Guido Palau stayed apace with Philips’ general direction, crafting “the most couture ponytail” he’s done all season. “You get the feeling of a Hitchcock woman,” Palau elaborated, prepping short, side parts and long blunt-cut extensions with Redken Satinwear 02 Ultimate Blow-Dry Lotion before brushing hair backward and pulling it over ears for a hint of fifties-era modesty. “It makes it look very done,” he explained of the technique, spritzing the style with Forceful 23 Strong-Hold Finishing Spray to impart a “lacquered” effect.
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Nanette Lepore
Hair: Rolando Beauchamp
Makeup: James Kaliardos


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Rolando Beauchamp, working with Bumble and bumble at the show, was aiming for a downtown tough-girl feeling for the hair. He prepped the hair with Bumble and bumble Does It All Spray and Bumble’s Thickening Hair Spray. Next came a side part, with one section of hair swooping over the eyes before being pulled back into a ponytail. Beauchamp secured the hair into a high ponytail, teasing the entire ponytail. Next, he flatironed the teasing and brushed it, resulting in a mass of frizz. “I love the movement the frizz makes as the girls head down the runway,” said Beauchamp. “It’s a nice counterpart to the clothes.”
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