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Braids triumph, do you dare?

Poetic Innocence, by Vivienne Westwood, played by Pantene Pro-V

If only a few days ago we present the makeup trends of YSL for the next and longed for spring, this time We advance you in spring / summer trends in hairdressing of two big brands that you know very well: Pantene Pro-V Y Wella.

After studying their trend report for next season we have detected a common denominator: the braids, but not like the ones we had in school, no! braids that form attractive and fun sculptures in your head. Yes Do you want to play with your hair? We encourage you to continue reading this post. in which you will not only find photographs of international catwalks but also the step by step of how to get the looks Poetic Innocence, played by Pantene Pro-V Y Blaze, The Famme Fatale, along with the necessary products so that the result is impeccable. You dare?

Poetic innocence

Poetic Innocence, played by Pantene Pro-V

Sam McKnight, international ambassador of Pantene Pro-V and architect, for example, of the magnificent hairstyle that Kate Moss wore at her wedding, He has been responsible for interpreting the fashion proposals of fashion designers Vivienne Westwood and of Mary Katrantzou

I wanted to incorporate some reference related to history through ethereal strands of hair that fit the face, as if it were an old family portrait.

Hair strands of hairstyles seen in Vivienne Westwood Gold Label personify, for Sam McKnight a Poetic Innocence and explains it by saying: There is an aura of innocence in the hair that comes from the freshness of this style. He also wished to incorporate some reference related to History through ethereal strands of hair that fit the face, as if it were an old family portrait.

Starting from the Mary Katrantzou collection based on the nature VS nurture idea, Sam created a naive, childish and subtle style in keeping with the colorful, floral and watery atmosphere of the parade: It was important not to recharge the hair, keep it natural and simple, ”said Sam, who designed a structured hairstyle from a low ponytail with several loose frontal locks that seemed to float when the girls walked the runway. Sam wanted to take advantage of the natural light rays that entered through the roof of the enclosure to create a halo effect with those disheveled strands of hair.

Get the look Poetic Innocence, from Pantene Pro-V
Step 1

Step 1: Wash and moisturize the hair with the Shampoo and the Aqualight conditioner from Pantene Pro-V. Then apply the Nourishing Spray Light Aqualight of Pantene Pro-V all over the hair to give extra nutrition. Apply the Heat shield for fine hair of the New Pantene and remove moisture from the hair with a dryer. Make a soft brushing with a brush with flat tips to achieve a very soft finish.

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Step 2

Step 2: When it is completely dry, make a circular line of a couple of millimeters around the circumference of the head, from temple to temple.

With the hair that is loose from the stripe drawn down you will create a “veil” effect.

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Step 3

Step 3: Form two or three diagonal stripes randomly.

Collect each section of hair with a hair band and fix each section by spraying with the Smooth and Smooth Lacquer from Pantene Pro-V.

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Step 4

.Step 4: Next braid the hair of each of the hair partitions.

Once they are fixed, loosen them slightly with your fingers. Then, roll each of the braids on itself by fixing them to the back of the head with the help of hairpins, if necessary.

Step 5: Finally, apply the Open Tip Repair Serum Pantene to prevent them from curling and, again, the Smooth and Smooth Lacquer from Pantene Pro-V To keep the look intact.

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Blaze, The Famme Fatale, played by Wella

Blaze The Femme Fatale, by Antonio Marras, played by Wella

Eugene Souleiman, ambassador of Wella Professionals, he is the architect of the interpretation of the look proposed in international catwalks by Antonio Marras. For the past 25 years he has worked for leading designers, photographers and for the most important magazines. This season, Eugene has participated in more than 20 catwalks, from New York to Milan or Paris, creating interesting, ingenious and beautiful hairstyles.

This look is based on the strength and control of the hair, working with the shape and texture to offer something sculptural, almost architectural, says Eugene to describe the striking and dramatic look of the Blaze look, The Femme Fatale, a trend reminiscent of the current Tango. It is a reaction against simplicity, explains Eugene, the antithesis of blow out hair, without leaving the fixed, elegant and collected look to leave the face clear. In a season full of prints, textures and ornaments, creating hairstyles without too much volume becomes a true statement of intent, explains Eugene.

Get the look Blaze, The Femme Fatale, from Wella

Step 1: Prepare the hair with the Shampoo Y Conditioner of the line Enrich from Wella Professionals.

Step 2: Apply Velvet Amplifier from Wella Professionals withwet hair to smooth and soften it before drying it, without adding volume, using a brush with round tips.

Step 3: Create a well-defined lateral stripe, from the middle of the eyebrow To the crown.

Step 4

Step 4: Take the hair from the biggest side of the division, distributing it from the crown and joining it with the other section collected vertically behind the ear. Finally, spray the hair with Stay Essential Hair Spray from Wella Professionals to moisten it.

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Step 5

Step 5: The next step, brush the hair and set it in a high ponytail to the side of the head, using a hair band.

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Step 6

Step 6: Apply Shimmer Delight from Wella Professionals to the ponytail for Add shine and a uniform texture.

Step 7: With the hair that is still on the bottom side of the division and in the back of the head make a collection and apply Stay Essential Hair Spray from Wella Professionals From the root to the tips.

Step 8: Comb with a soft-tipped brush, face up, the pigtail made, to create a second queue immediately below the first, keeping hair soft and shiny on the back of the head.

Step 9

Step 9: Create a string of hair by twisting each pigtail separately from the base to the end to join them later. Fix them at the end.

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Step 10

Step 10: Make a tiara by placing the hair rope over the head, diagonally towards the neck, fixing it with a fork on the side opposite to the base of the pigtails.

Step 11: Moisten the hairline with Sculpt Force Flubber Gel from Wella Professionals and fan the ends of the hair with a fan to mix it perfectly in the back of the head and get a perfect finish