American Salon 0512 : Page 88
PHOTOGRAPHY: LIUDI HARA FOR MOROCCANOIL (BADGLEY MISCHKA); COURTESY OF WELLA PROFESSIONALS (ISSEY MIYAKE, PETER SOM, JEREMY SCOTT) Issey Miyake Eugene Souleiman, global creative director forWella Professionals, pulled the hair into sleek ponytails over donut forms and sprayed themwith vivid colors for a flower-inspired futuristic look at Issey Miyake’s Paris show. KEY PRODUCTS: Wella Professionals Stay FirmFinishing Spray, Velvet Amplifier Style Primer Badgley Mischka Lead hairstylist for Moroccanoil Peter Gray called upon a number of references including Italian sculptor Umberto Boccioni and Elizabeth Taylor in Who’s Afraid of VirginiaWoolf (1966) to create the multitextured updos at Badgley Mischka’s New York City show. KEY PRODUCTS:Moroccanoil Frizz Control, Hydrating Styling Cream, Luminous Hairspray Jeremy Scott Wella Professionals Global Creative Director Eugene Souleiman created a fun “Barbie goes country” look for Jeremy Scott’s New York City show by tonging the hair with a wide-barrelled hair tong and pulling it into pigtails. KEY PRODUCTS:Wella Professionals Perfect Setting Blow Dry Lotion, Super Set Finishing Spray Peter Som At Peter Som’s Manhattan show, Wella Professionals Color Ambassador Aura Friedman added wefts of rose, peach, apricot and salmon hair into the slightly unkempt style created byWella Professionals Global Creative Director Eugene Souleiman. KEY PRODUCTS: Wella Professionals Ocean Spritz Beach Texture Hairspray, Perfect Setting Blow Dry Lotion FLIGHTS OF FANCY From whimsical updos to pops of brightly colored strands, hair took creative forms on the spring 2012 runways.
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