Redken Consultant Guido creates a hairstyle as irresistiblly beautiful for Bottega Veneta 2013

 

 

Redken Creative Consultant Guido created a hairstyle as irresistible as the beautiful Bottega Veneta Fall 2013 collection at his first show (of three!) that he styled today in MIlan. Guido said designer Tomas Maier wanted the girls to have a “real hairstyle” for the show today – and a real hairstyle is certainly what Mr. Maier received, with the end result proving to be an overall look the ultimate in elegant.
“My point of reference for the style today was actresses in both the 40s and 70’s – I think specifically of a young Jodie Foster in the 1976 film Taxi Driver. The key to these soft, voluminous curls is first the amount of product you use – if I’d used less product, it would have meant less volume when I brushed the curls out at the end. You should also focus on using a small curling iron, like the 1/2 inch irons were using today, and curling small sections of hair.”  -Guido, Redken Creative Consultantbv bv1 bv2 bv4
1. Apply guts 10 root targeted volumizing spray foam from roots to ends to create volume and a base for styling and rough blow-dry hair.
2. When dry, make a deep side part and then mist hair all over with iron shape 11 thermal setting mist to protect hair from the heat and help the curls hold their shape.
3. Start to pin curl hair in small sections with a 13mm (1/2-inch) curling iron, making sure to leave the top 2-3 inches on the drown uncurled. Pin each curl to the the head with setting pins as you curl.
4. When finished curling the whole head, leave to set and when then when hair has cooled unpin each curl.
5. When finished unpinning each curl, run fingers lightly through curls and then gently brush out with a boar bristle brush for more volume.
6. Backbrush the top front section and then sweep the section across the forehead and secure in place with a bobby pin.
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