The models at Victoria Beckham’s Spring 2016 fashion show during NYFW had sleek and shiny strands and we know how you can copy the exact look.
Every girl wants frizz-free, shiny hair. The look at Victoria Beckham‘s NYFW collection on Sept. 13 was sexy and playful, yet totally classic. Get the look in 6 easy steps below.
Redken Global Creative Director Guido wanted the hair to be sophisticated, glamorous and super shiny. He described the inspiration:
“Victoria is a very modern designer and she likes a very simple, easy, sophisticated look. It’s very soft and pretty, but quite modern, without any specific references. First, I created a natural off-center part with my fingers so there’s an ease to it. Then, I blow-dried the hair with Redken’s satinwear 02 to get this great, smooth texture, and then twisted it back into a low bun, so that when you let it down it has this beautiful, natural movement with control around the head shape. Then, I just tucked the hair behind the ears and applied Redken’s new “Glow Dry” throughout the length to put a little bit of shine in the hair and get rid of any fly-aways. It’s a look that’s very easy for women to recreate themselves, which is what we’re seeing a lot on the runway in general and is very appealing for the everyday woman.”
How To Get Shiny Hair — Strands Seen At Victoria Beckham’s NYFW Show
Here is the exact how to in 6 easy steps:
“1. Spray Redken Pillow Proof Blow Dry Express Primer all over damp hair and comb through.
2. Apply a nickel-size amount of Redken satinwear 02 prepping blow-dry lotion all over hair, focusing on the roots.
3. Create an off-center part with fingers and then blow-dry hair smooth.
4. Gather the length of the hair and twist into a loose, low chignon, securing with hair pins.
5. Allow hair to set in the chignon for 30 minutes to 1 hour, and then let down.
6. Apply 4 — 5 pumps of Redken glow dry style-enhancing blow-dry lotion throughout the length of the hair to add an instant shiny finish.”
Do you love the hair look at the Victoria Beckham fashion show?
— Dory Larrabee-Zayas