The hair at Rebecca Minkoff’s Spring 2016 fashion show on Feb. 13 was sexy and romantic and super easy to copy. Plus, you can do it with products under $10!
Rebecca Minkoff decided to show her Spring 2016 collection as part of the See, Buy, Wear initiative at New York Fashion Week on Feb. 13. Copy the exact hair look with tips from the head stylist below!
Tommy Buckett for Garnier Fructis set out to create “a 70’s inspired look, taking an unexpected twist on a classic braid, for a textured style that complemented the collection’s bohemian aesthetic.”
Here’s how to copy the exact look for the effortless collection.
Rebecca Minkoff’s Runway — Hair & Makeup From Spring 2016 Show
“Models’ hair was prepped using Garnier Fructis De-Constructed Beach Chic Texturizing Spray and Garnier Fructis Full & Plush Mega Full Thickening Lotion to create a rough base. Using a flatiron, sections of hair were bent back and forth to create initial body and encourage additional texture.”
“1) Tommy began the look by parting the models hair down the center and pulling it back into a ponytail at the nape of the neck, securing with an elastic hair tie. To create more texture, fullness and overall hold, Garnier Fructis De-Constructed Texture Tease was generously sprayed throughout the gathered hair, as well as to the root of the crown.
2) Next, the models’ ponytail was separated into two equal sections that were then rolled counter clockwise and then twisted together to create an undone rope braid. Product was continuously applied to achieve maximum texture and hold. The braid was secured at the bottom using a black elastic hair tie. Buckett then used his fingers to separate and rough the surface of the braid to create an effortless boho look.”
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“3) To create an invisible, touchable finish, Garnier Fructis Sheer Set Extreme Hold Breathable Hairspray was sprayed throughout to set the look.
4) For the final touch, Buckett applied Garnier Fructis Triple Nutrition Miracle Dry Oil to the front sections of the center part for clean, radiant shine.”
Do you love this look? Will you try to copy it?